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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 30 November 1901

f I NUMBER THIRTEEN. (Uy Janice do Dnun.) rn in a privuio uiiiiuk- room 01 one 01 uni cago'a palnco - like hotels thcie was as sembled, not many years ago, a re markable gathering of legal talent; such nn assemblage as can I'aroly bo furnished ex Qt In this Western orU 'V If ours. They had been brought togther upon Invltntlon of Judge John Townscnd to telebrato his ro-clectlon ns Judgo for !ho supreme court of Illinois; nnd wish ing to mako It n mcmorablo occasion ho had not only entertained them roy illy through tho day nnd with boxes for the opera In the evening, but n nldnlght banquet had been arr.ingd In their honor. Judge Townscnd seated his guests nt a round tablo, tho appointments of which were dainty and elegant In the extreme; raro china, cut glasB and sil ver, choice fruits and fragrant llowers adorned tho board, tho whole softened and mellowed by electric lights In rich glas3 bulbs which studded the celling; In the distant corners electric fans gen'-' stirred the perfumed...

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. — 30 November 1901

fTJ WtMtt WHAf MMTwiiMv vm r rwWBTMM iMWJi WJMIM Ana.dck.rlco DsJly Ktemocr&t. N "' 11 uU-.Htli, city ntt Uy PRKSTON '. HIIV Editor nnd t'ubllali r Ul'l.HCItllMION ItAIWH. Oilojo r In nilvunoo - $1 ihi HU month In tnlviinoo - !!. Tliitio iiumtlis Id udviiiici' - fel.iiii Ailvfiiliintr mtus tuadV known on itppllciitltm Annllon'inn trmde tor l rcwiiroiMiou through tin nullri ut tilt' p-'Hii ))(' a Annlnrkn. Okliihuum, n ei'uoivl-ela-i-itimlt matter. A.n.miakuo, Okj.a., Nov .to, lui Official Directory oi Caddo Co. fmtwiu .Toilira nhrl r (ram. Mtwnvtr lirtnert J). Uij; iS'.iini w. it. chhiimu. Ototk ri kf luiilMr. Itopal t'li rU .1. C. Hrndr itrffettrof iK-ol, Vtm. I. Laser . , THiilf ttetftmer ir ItAn A. W. Kooat. Sheriff- fnak Smith. fiitfrajror- Chnrlo II. Joncn. iiinwrintamlmt of Soboois- o. w. Tuner, ffuirt. lit IWUo littlth- !r. (.'. U. Hjmit. CanmbrtbMOTi -0. A. UoeUml, John It WmlmHy. I'mok 11. Itowell. .TurtiB at tUatriet Co irt 0. F. Krwln. CUfklJfatrtt Court -IM M. Miller...

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. — 30 November 1901

wn. 1 I--vio I ii-i-W. Di'iilfir Hardware, Stovc3 and 1 James JLittie i Tinware. Building Material a Specialty. Vi w not b undersold, c Street, between fith and Olh. ONTON L oakery aiac Conieciionery First Block East of Lawton I IT IJLTZWt,. w 4y. jl . vv mac, rrop, R.R. Track, Lot G, Block 39 :ti-:im HAVE YOU TRIED "The Annie Darkey" FIVE-CENT CIGAU? I'nt up In tin foil, always fresh. If you don't sue them, call for them. KELLIKER, MAKER, anadakko, Oklahoma 31-:im J. G. INGRAM, Fresh Candies, Cold Drinks, Cigars and Tobacco. DAILY NEWSPAPERS, STATIONERY, ETC. B Street, Between Fifth and Sixth. :n-3m SHOFNER & SON, Have .lust Opened Up a Now Stock of . . . GROCERIES. Give them a will and get prices. A St., between (5th ard 7th :,i-:im o to August Warner ....FOIL... , sis, Mass, A Wn WAT I PAP KM? mi is M nun x. ill iitj B Street, East of Track, Anadarko, Okla. ai-:tm 1 3-LiLffralo Saloon 1i W. E. WH1TTON, Proprietor. AV e lm vo 1 So Howard Wliinkey that you drink while the piano...

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. — 30 November 1901

DENVER'S BIG SHOW. ANNUAL OAFINIVAL A GREAT EVENT IN THE WEST. In Hpeclaotilnr KrfocU Mini lotllty It Takrn Ilia 1'lnen wllli Itiu Mnrill (Ira nf Naur Orleaim hiiiI Ilia Veiled 1'rnplisln of HI fouU. Kvrry year but one Blneo 1891 Den ver has hold it fall carnlvnl known 113 tho "Festival of Mountain anil I'laln." This ovent Is to Denver wlmt tho Mnnll Oths In to New Orleans, or the Walt of the VIlotl Prophet Is to St. Louis. Tho nnme Itself Is a suggestion of thu two classes of people whose pres ence and IntermltiKlIng hnvo Borvcd to make theso n flairs somewhat more plcturosquo nuil less cuuvaiitloiinl than (Imllar festivals hold In cities older and farther cast tho miner mid thu cowboy. Yet nolthur is any longer a "terror" In his association with tho urbun and agricultural cltl roiiH who now largely outnumber nil other classes In the Centennial state. The principal features of theso fes tivals linvo generally boen about the same; 11 grand procession of allegori cal floats, civil an...

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. — 30 November 1901

V L filtlSBWflll .! T r m "-.Ij.- .-fcf"" H WAVVll VBta.f..Ct W"VK .j.B f i 1 -il l The Queen Ita, of famed Cnvoy,' bolt upright In her carrlago of Btate, as proud In pose aa she Ih fair of nspect, shaded by the Inevitable parasol, aa she bowlB along the corso on the Twentieth of September, better fits one's Idea of what n sovereign lady should bo than any other reigning queen In Europe. Tho beautiful pearl among queens In her own splendid home, almost girl ish In her enthusiasm, her eloquent faco changing with her mood, her beautiful dark eyes glowing and her cheeks flushed with unwonted color, seems more beautiful still, yet almost a different person. Fed have seen her In this more familiar way, and tho pretty young American girl who recently had this honor, who sat by the queen on a divan and was dismissed with a petting anil a "good-by, dear," will probably re member her experience while she lives. This fortunate young person, Miss Gwendolyn Dunlevy Kclley, tho gifted girl, has ...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 30 November 1901

Groceries SOTHEHN'O LITTLE JOKE. VcntrlloqnUt He I'lityi Tr'ek r till I'arlnrr. Ona of tlio peculiarities of Sothern's (ilnboratod Jokta iru the vr i which ho worked un to then. Ho prVmidod to hare dlwovercd accidentally that he I ' i fh prlft of the born ventrllo. '' ': .md nrranued an experiment on i . .'.-ion of a supper party glron in M I onnr :t a pleaiaut house In a I.nn on Milmib. There win a foollih kind .f har err-on of Botlurn'n who luvcl to boaiit of his Intimacy with tho fa moiw comoUlau. He had oftrn mil. "I wlih you would let me Hip ou In one f your practical Jokes, Mr. ftnthmn." -othern humored Mo doslm. iZttry one Knows how fond the profrttlonal van trtloaulfft Is of talking up tbn rnlmiif-.' : nn itnnnlnnry man on tin- roof. Both- Call and ant HciiiniiitPl mm ItM.l ... a ...... I - umi iiiiiinuwi mr uia ij"iin FRICK a CUNNINGHAM,' Proprietors. Wo Iiavo ft new, well selected and up-to-date line of Canned Goods, Fancy and Staple Groceries. Our FLOUR is the BEST. ICiih...

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 1901

-1 Volume I Anadarko, Oklahoma, December 4. 1901. Number 73. SUBSCRIBE WHEN THE COMMERCIAL CLB ADVERTISING COMMITTEE CALLS ON YOV S Ordinance An ordinance pr- ug r strucling ami rc :i i ing sidi fur special assessments aj. ainst lots, for issuing tnx warrants and fur regulating tin- width of sido- walks. lie it ordained by tin1 Mayor ami (.'ounciliuen of lliu City of An.a darko, Territory of Oklahoma, Hoe. 1. That all sidewalks bore after constructed, or rcHiirrd, when such repairs cost as mneh as huild iuirsamc, ttiion any of tho streets or aennes of said city, shall bo bj special assessment upon the abutting lots, and said city shall issue a tax warrant against cash separate, lot, as heroin provided, whioh shall be a valid lien thereon. Provided, said city shall not be liable for sueh warrant or any part thereof. Sec 2. That upon tho filing ol a petition signed by ten or more eitiwns of this city with tho coun cil, untying for the construction of a sidewalk along any of tho street...

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 1901

Anadarko Democrat. PltKMON I. MIAU. AKADAKKO, OKLAHOMA. Tho cotton exported from tlio Unit Eril States luring the past year amount cil to 3,3.10,80,118 pounds. If you wlsli Bticci'Bs in life, mal;u tier Bovermicn your bosom friend, experi ence your ivlao couiiHollor, caution your elder lirother and hope, your guurdkui Kcnlus. The clout) of tlio tourist ticket season linH urotiRltt out the fact that nt leant 2,000 pontons havo taken up perma nent rtsldcnco In Colorado, as a reBiilt of mld-Bummcr oxcurBlonB. Primula, thouslit absent, aro Btlll present; though In poverty they aro rich; though weak yut In the enjoy ment of health; and what In Btlll moro dllllcult to assert, though dead they aro alive. A man In Alplno, Col., is at loast, willing to sell ills body for money. Ilia niinio Is W. 8. Colmrn, a prospec tor. Ho owns a lot of mining property that .is wiluable, but his credit Is ex hausted and ho cannot got money to further work It. Ilcnco ho thus ad vertised In a local paper: "If...

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. — 4 December 1901

the sllchtcat desire to secure any territory at tbe expense of nnjr of our neighbors We wish to work with them hand In hand, to that nil at us ma-? be uplifted together and v rejoice oyer the good fortune ot any of Hit in. wo gladly hall their tralcrlal prosper ity nnd political stability, and nre concerned and alarmed If nuy of them fall Into Indus trial or political cbaoi Wo do not wish to mo any old world military power grow up on this continent, or to be compelled to become n military power ourselves. The peoples of the Americas can proiper best If left to work our their owu salvation In their own wi.j. 1'owrrfnl Nnvy llrccd. "The work of upbuilding the nary must be steadily continued Whether we desire It or not, we must hanreforth recognize that we have International duties no less than Inter national ritbts Kven If our flait were haul ed down In the Philippines nnd I'orto Itlco, even If we decided not to build the Isthmian canal, we should need a thoroughly trained navy of ade...

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 1901

iwwwuxnwir rmaiiutm Amvd&rko Daily Dcmocrnt. Uy ITIBSTON P. SHAW, Rdltor unci Putillahnr. Hl'IMHII'I'inN It.VIT.S. OllO JO ! Ill HllMIIICK - - $1.00 SiX Illfllltllt ill UlIVHIIC'R $J.IMI Tin oe month in advance fl.Ofl AdvcrllMntr raiiH made bunuu on uiiHmtion. , Application marie for UliMiiiilKfoit ihrnUKll IhciiuiiUiit Dip pogtolflro (it Anidarko, Oklahoma, as kccoiiiI-oIb-w mall in.vter. A.s'AiiAitKo, Oki.a., Dim-, i, 1001 Official Directory oi Caddo Co. I 'rotate Judire Charle-i V 'rum A Horner - Uorheri I) CriMi) Traamror-W. II. rnmirtxiU Cartf-Drlw llullluitrr. DSWItjrPtork J. Hcwlr ItMfatornf lici-iN Win I, l.iery. Idtir ttovhtrr of Deed A. Vf. KoonU. atsiia-PniBli smith Snrreyor Uhorlc-i n. .Ifttio. 8nirttodBt of Hobooto-C, XV. Tomer. Shi, of Puhllo Himlth -Dr. 0. It Ilune. OeaunhnloMM .'. a. Otovolind. John II U'lmbeHMVun B lrwell. IMU at nutrtoi I'oarl c P. Erwln. (XoikDbtltol Uourt HdM Miller. DltotOlwh-r. P. Vromni.ii. Official City Directory. Mar-W H. invpnx, JHy Att...

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 1901

I! IWIWIIMI11 MIJUM1WI1 :) 'V1 ! ? ,;l James Lit Buildi We will not lie unci Dealer Hardware, Stoves and t) In Tinware. .aterial a Specialty. C Street, between fith uiul Oth. V. A. WARRINGTON, The Fin dc Sicclc Jeweler. B AKERY First Block Easi R.R. Track, Lot o .d Coif ectioivery J. F. Wilke, Prop. ' . -Mton v ,-k 39 ,11-Sin Three Doom Hast of P. (). ANAIMUKO, 0. T. it The rut up In tin foil, KELLIKER, WE YOU TRIED X.nnie Darkey" VIC-CENT CIGAIi? ii -ii. If u don't kuo them, call for thorn. THE HALF MOON Livery a.nd Feed 0 SteJble- ''.IR, A STREET. NEAR SIXTH.; ANADAKKO, OKLAHOMA .11-3111 Fresh Candies .- INGRAM, Drinks', Oigars and Tobacco. DAILY SkVt 'APliiW, STATIONERY, ISTC. B Stree . . i-'vvaen Fifth and Sixth. 314m BEEBE & ELLISON. Proos. New rigs, K full stable, ciiiuiwuii m i blinds ninth of Fir . Give ns 11 cull. Vational Hank. Phone ,V. One :ii-:iin :- Bell Top Saloon : W. H. MASTl'.RSON, Prop. Fine Whiskies, Wines, Beer and Cigars. Xkai: Cornkii C ami Sixth Stiiurt. ...

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 1901

-- ---- --- --"- " i r Om wny to ilu Hi i'l tl wis Is nut to ilo tintl onos. Mrs, Vli7-luif,K Moothlni; Syrnp T .nlillilren fertilise, wllens the eiiti. rnlurri In rUiiiinsUun, sllsjrs 1111. oiir wIihI folic "Co ntpottlu. Kronen Inn ten li'Kiiucut of sohliuM ii Afticn. PIo' Curo cannot bo too lilKhly spoken of na acoi.h euro. J. W. O lllilRM, MS Third Ate., N., Minneapolis, Minn., Jan. 0, IDUO. KIiik l'Mwnnl's llfo litis been Insured font lingo stun. To Curt) n ('old In Ono tiny. Tnku Iiiixntltn llrnmo Quinine Tablets All druggist rafuudnionoy if itfulUtoMiro. liV. i iu rv,i-.p(...i il, Mt Ki,,i..mr Wlllliim hits taken up tho palmistry fnd. tSTATR or Ohio, rrrr nr Toi.cuo, l. I runic. I I iicnny iiuikcs --I rath Mint lio h tho '"uvof ToiniS!1 ( imty I cnlor partner or mo unit tnliiif liiiMltinMH In tho t- aim smiontorosam, aim uim -um iirm win (my Mm sum of ONI'. ikliMiHItll OOM.AHS for eiidi and every enso uf Catarrh Mint rannotbo cured by tho uso of Ila'l s t'alnrrh C'uro. litANIC...

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 1901

1 . NOTES ON SCIENCE. CURRENT NOTES OF DISCOVEllY AND INVENTION. Funic Vnlunblo Information n In tho Vnlun itf AntUcptlrs An Invention fur Inking nmt Cleunlnc ltulbe 1'rlntluc Stnmpi Not? of Imeiitluiia. antisim'tics. Ono aim of tho surgeon of modern times Is to eliminate from wounds all traces of dirt ' and of germs. Tho erowth of germs produces "dirt" of tho most harmful nature, since the ab sorption of the materials thrown off In tho course of their growth occasions symptoms resembling acute poisoning. Tho words antiseptic nnd antisepsis are almost synonymous with words of old-time virtue namely, clean and cleanliness. A perfectly clcun wound heals rapidly and without the dis charge of fluids. In order to secure- this most dcslr ablo result the surgeon goes to ex treme lengths to secure absolute clean liness. Tho slto of tho wound, the rur sgcon's hands and nails, the Instru ments employed must each be rendered absolutely free from the least truce of germ life. Unbroken surfaces ...

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 1901

. Y To our Patrons Anlliponii of tin' yr l,,nl 'N fa"1 dri in ii'ir. wi ivgpeet fully ask nil f thoae knowing themselves in dnbtedU) tin to please rail anil settle Hfoihplly. Thanking on and all for their kind patronage in the past, we remain. Yuiira 'I'rnly, L"Ki & IMond. 15. S. Miller, Mgr Doo'i Jjo It- I l taka Dr. Caldwell' Syr Up 'Papain utjleaayou have Conatim tlofj, ImligaiUion, lck llendaoheor fHrtfw fohn of Stomach Trouble, gtM aa Dyapfpala, IMMnuanoaa or n !- Heartburn, for tmjae are what tl in guaranteed to euro. Solil by (X C Steveimon. Uhuviih Oouiioil The Congregational eliureli of Anadarko will hold a eoiinoil of rec ognition Wednesday evening Deo. i. & nnmber if ministers fmin other town in Oklahoma nro ox. wuUl to be present and taku part in (he proceedings. Tjie eounoil will onim-ne promptly at 7:30, and ini mediately nfur thn deliberation of tha oounuil a aeriuon will be preach ed by one of the viait'ufg inininters. Owing tutiio untintahod condition of the...

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. — 10 December 1901

CRAT Volume 1 . Anadarko, Oklahoma, Decembei 10. 1901. Number 78. UBSCRIBE WHEN THE COMMERCIAL CLVB ADVERTISING COMMITTEE CALLS ON YOV NADARKO DAILY DE ' & ffi 7i L CI. Best Attendance Since its Organization A TERESTING SESSION kMeoting Night will bo Ohauged to Tuesday Instoad of Mon day as it Has boon. The best session over recorded in the minutes of the Commercial Club wan held last evening in the busi ness inen'H club room. F.veryono present was either a business man or a professional man ami they evinced a keen interest in all the evening's proceedings. The session i was enlivened from start to close by spirited discussions, aid propo- r it wttiu U'nl'n .li.r.nttt ml (M 1'i inn ml ttl a business like manner that speaks well for the future of the club. It shows thai real and abiding interest has at last been aroused among the business men. There were over sixty present and many important matters wcro discussed at length. The reading of the mtii- utcs of the last meeting recal...

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. — 10 December 1901

food and gemus In 11 piinsnge or tiln "Confessions" descanting upon tho nature of drunk enness DeQulnccy concludes that tho pxnet condition Indicated In a rjtu-ntlon of accuracy In terms. Ho was nssured on medical nnthorlty that n man could hr, mid lind heen, drunk on bcofstonk. TIiIh In largely true, for oven solid food may produce nt nny rnto great mental torpor. The comfort of n good dinner may havo suggested a writer's theme, wo doubt whether It ever promlitly stirred his pen. It lo tho empty stomach that host suits n full head mid Idens that How out freely lioforo retire with tho entry of n sub stantial repast. Oliver Wendell Holmes, with that charming blend of wit and scientific knowledge that gave tho distinction to his writings, has discoursed upon this very point. Ho talks of tho "bulbous-headed fellows steaming as they wrlto" and shows how to meet tho demands of thought and Imagination. Tho brain must have more thnn Us sharo of tho circulating blood. There must be no rival...

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. — 10 December 1901

KELIGIOUS HEADING. RELIGION AND REFORMS ALL OVER THE WORLD. Anarchy I the Ripest Fruit of the Uoil le Iiloit and Tendencies uf Our Age, Writes Hot. Ira 8. Uuilit Need of Cod. Thin fleshy fold of clay which wraps us rnunil. fe This tenement of earth In which wo fy dwell, do pricuou wuii many n grievous wound, And nurtllng darts of pain from cell to cell, Shalt as Hod wills bo changed to one all fair, Imperishable as the stars above, I Freed from earth's withering blasts of care, Freo through infinite realms of Bpaco to move. Then the spirit hero so fettered In Its flight, Imprisoned In Its crumbling walls of V clay, I otfall burst Its chains to soar In ratll- I ant l!ght; I Willi angels soar, In bright im- I mortal day. I All holy Joys and aspirations won, L When of tlio skies thero breaks the golden dawn! W Mrs. Lisa A. Fletcher. ANAUCHY AND HIN. Do wo understand tho creed of the anarchist? Tho thorough going an archist believes that men should be freo to do what they feel llko doin...

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. — 10 December 1901

I. I ht KV1 Anadsxrko Da.Uy Democral. tiy PIIESTON P.SHAW. Editor ontl Publisher. HUIISCIIIITION U.VIK.H. 'Onnjn v In nilviiiicw - 'JJJ Six months In advance - ?- J Three month In advance l.'Hl Advertising rates mndo known on application. Application made for transmission xhroiiL'h the iimllB ut tint posioll cc lit Aiiulnrko, Oklahoma, us Koeoiid-elass mull mutter. A.HAIIAIIKO, OKI.., W. 10. 1U0I Official Directory oi Caddo Co. J-.' IToliate JihIup Chrlen P. Crum. Attorney Ilrrlwrt l. Crtwlir." Trcuiuror W. H. CmuplH. t'lcik I)jl.alUlllDurr. Deputy Clerk - J. 0. Hciulrr IteirlRtcrof Deeds -Win. I. Ijicer. Deputy HeifUtrnil lce.N-A. W. KoonXr. .Sheriff -Frank Smith. iSunejor-t'hnrlc II. Jones, rfuperintemlcnl (if HuhooN -O. W. Turner. Jtupt. of IMMIo Henltli -Dr. C. It. Hume. Oominllui.0M U. A. Cluvrlaml. John II. WlmtH-rl . Krunk II. Kartell. Jmlire lit IMstrlol tJiurl -O. ' l'.rwln. . Clerk DWtrlnt Court lil M. Milter. .DIMrlcl Clerk !' F Vrjomin. OfficiaTcity Directory. Mayor W. I...

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. — 10 December 1901

I M .-.. J $&-&-,&. &" V fflMMWi BENNETT & BETRY, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROOERS We will try to Please you. Call and see uh. S. E. Cor, Post Ollieo Block. Agency Enid Steam Laundry. Bakery aa( Confectionery First Block East of Lawton I T? XXTlrx n R.R. Track, Lot 6, Block 39 l. T . Tf llKe, ffOp. :il-3m W. A. WARRINGTON, The Fin dc Sicclc Jeweler. Three Doom Kant of P. (). ANADARKO, O. T. . HAVE YOU TRIED "The Annie Darkey" FIVE-CENT CIGAIt? Put up hi tin foil, always fresh. If you don't sve thom, call for thorn. KELLIKER, MAKER, anadark6. Oklahoma' :u-:im Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Silverware AND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. A Full Lino of Christmas Hoods and Novelties. THE FAMOUS CARMEN BRACELETS. Finest Display of Opal RJnrfs ii the city. Kngravings Free on PnrchaHes. Call on INW. H SMITH A SONS DRUG STORE- SUTTER, RALSTON RESTAURANT jMeals, 25c. Ticket, $3.50. Everything up-to-date and First-class. B Street, near Square, South Side. RALSTON BROS., Proprietors. :2-:jm ...

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. — 10 December 1901

f H A FEMALE CHAPLAIN. UNIQUE DISTINCTION POSSESSED BY A WYOMING WOMAN. Mr. May I'rralmi Sliiiinii V.njnf It lira rmiifi Aiuiinc Her Hh Mixteiit Htiil Lfii4iiinlii; Hut rnlout In llrliulf of lhi tfnrortiiiititni In Strlo. Tim proposed removal of the peni tentiary ut Laramie, Wyo., to RawlltiB, culls attention to tlio fact Hint tho In stitution possesses tlm unique distinc tion of having tho only womnn chop Inln In tlm United States, If not, In deed, In tho world. Tho chuplulu Is Mrs. May Preston Slosson. wife of tho vlcn president of tho University of Wyoming, nnil for over two years sho lino presided over tho spiritual wcl faro of tho convicts Imprisoned nt La ro ml it. Mrs. Slnsxnn lii a quiet, modest, nnnMiiniliiK little womnn Just fitted for tho work hIio bus chosen. Ha In or Hhlnn, she Ih ut her post In tho chapel each Sunday, having rarely missed n service during her two yearn of work. Neither tho bleak winds or blinding snow of winter, nor tho shimmering heat of Rummer have s...

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