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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 10 December 1901

h: fr lr A FAEM AND GARDEN. MATTERS OF INTEREST TO AGRI CULTURISTS. Bome Ui-to-I)ftto Hint About Cnltl vntlon of llin Holl nnil Y!cliU Thereof Horticulture Vltlcultura mid llorlculluro. Horticultural OliierTfttloni. (Front tho Farmers' Review.) As to tho cultivation ot orchards no general rulo cun bo laid down. We, In common with others, advocate tho cul tivation ot orchards, but at tho samo tluio wo rccognlzo that thoro arc some orchards that should not bo cultivated. Thoso aro tho ones that aro on very rich ground. This Is especially tho caso with young and growing orchards. There Is a rato of growth that should not bo exceeded. In very rich ground trees often mako such rapid growth that they aro Injured. In such cases wo certainly would not urge cultivation till tho trees como Into bearing and be gin to draw heavily on tho fertility of tho soil. Wo would llko to hear from our read ers as to tho boat distance apart for tho planting of npplo trees. Whllu this question baa been befo...

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. — 10 December 1901

To our Patrons Ah tlio end of tlio year 11)01 is fasl drawing near, wo respectfully ax I. all of those knowing themselves in debted to us to please call ami settle iroui)tly. Thanking one and all fur their kind patronage; in the paHt, remain. Vouis Truly, Logan ifc Kriuiid. 11. fc. Millor, Mgr From n Hotol Laniard Dear Sirn:-I had no faith in tes timonials or advertised medicines until I took Dr. Caldwell's Srup I'opsin, my attention licing called to it l)y a letter from some one who had Ik'imi cured of what he called olironio constipation, ami I began taking it for my rani'. If any one who reads tliiH haH Constipafion or .Stomach Trouble, I earnestly rec ommeml Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep sin. My one experience and com plete fiii-tt prompts mu to promise that yon will lind it will do all that is claimed for il. Hesp., h. (). (!ii!Ni:i;, Prop. Hotel Paris, Dn liuipic, Iowa- Sold by (). (!; .Ste venson. Cheapest GoodsGroat bargains. Thr place to get the most for your money is at I I.. I...

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. — 16 December 1901

i I Volume 1 . Anadark-, Oklahoma, December 16. 1901. Number 83, HDVMMVUUIKUi SUBSCRIBE WHEN' TIE COMMERCIAL &MH ADVERTISING COMMITTEE CALLS ON YOV 1 Jmoro reasonable or 1 tins education of tin Lo. tll9 Poo.- i' :; i riic'iivtiittllv. tl-eie ' iu fault whatever to In? found with t tic rec ommendation of Mr. Jones, Com missioner of Indh.u affair, who mi-ytwUf lliRl Hit thni.' Iimk pome' when the aboriginal ward of the nation should become oitiiseiiH mid earn lliuir own living. Tim plan, on paper, is iilmis ihle as tho prospuctiM of an export piomotcr. iSotliing could appear boiiofioient than 10 Indian by the government and insisMiiccaftor that upon his upplioati n to thu pursuits of peace. It really looks ho easy that pu-noim who read thu annual reports of CoiiiiitisHionui- Jones and Ins recommendations wonder why it is that there is remaining in the United Status a solitary red man who is not the exemplary head of a model household or an aotivo work, er in a lloitrihhing Sunday ...

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. — 16 December 1901

' trVnu I 30DAV ES nff WHEELea ""!b With every rlslnif of the nun. Think of your Ufa us Just bvKUn. Tho pnt hns shriveled, nml burlcil deep, All jestcrdnyx; there let them sleep. Nor seek to summon linck one ghost Of that Imiumernhlo host. Concern yourself with but to-day. Woo It, nml tench It to obey it. Your will nml wish. Blnco time began, To-dny hns been tliu frleutl of man; Hut, In his blindness nnd his sorrow, Ho looks to yustordny unci to-morrow. You, nml to-dnyl n soul sublime, And thu iirwit pregnant hour of time, With Ood himself to bind tho twnlnl Go forth, 1 say, attain, uttalnl What Rob Said, BY MUS. MOSR3 P. HANDY. (Copyright, IMl, by Dally Story Tub. Co.) "Indeed, Dcitlo, 1 Just think I'm one of tho luckiest girls In tho world," nnd Ethel Trent icancd buck on tho lounge- and folded her pretty hands complacently, bo that her diamond and sapphire ring allowed to tho best ad vantage. "Mr. Wilson simply adores me, and I shall havo everything that money con buy. Think of s...

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. — 16 December 1901

I W l I t - a? ife id ho a T. IB C ia. of n 10 d it n i. t J 1 :A i i( w m fs T Si THEIR COUKTSHIP. "This sort of game Is all well, but If It lasts much longer I shall bo a perfect wreck," said Arthur Mason to himself ono evening, as ho sat gazing thoughtfully at tho fireplace "For tho last sis months I havo been head over heels In lovo with Vera Fray.and, what is worse, not had tho pluck to teil her bo. Uut sho Is such a peculiar girl" he argued In self-defenso). "If It was any ono clso I wouldn't hesltnto a mo ment." Mason was a man of about 25, and as full of passion nnd sentiment as a man well could be. Uut ho had boon brought up In orthodox English stylo with many sharp lessons never to be tray his feelings. Thcso lessons hail been eo hammered Into him In his youth that ho found now that oven against his own wishes It was almost Impossible to bIiow what his real opin ion was of anything that affected his likes or dislikes. When he was most happy peoplo thought him sad.and vlco ...

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. — 16 December 1901

nrrgiwTKyji.WMwlpg?Tai yti iirvTnfPwwiT: . Antvdarko Daily Dcmccrtt. By PRESTON P SHAW. Editor mid I'ublluhor. HUIISKIUI'TIO.N llATKH. Ompjo r In udinncc Six months in advance Till (10 IIIOIItllA III IlllMllllM! 14 .00 I HI $l.iH) AihcrtUtntr rtiliwi made known on application. Application made for traiiftmiiMton lliroiiKli Hit mailt lit the Miitnflice ut Autditrko, Oklahoma, nn necond-claM mull matter. Anaiuko, Oki.a., Due. It), 1001 Official Directory oi Caddo Co, I'rofcAU Judiio Clin Tien I'. Crum, Attorner Herbert 1). Crmlijr.'J Trenmiur W. II. CNmtibtU. Olerk njkn nillltijrer. Itoiwur Chirk .T. (J. Hmdry ReKlatrrof leria -Vfm. I, Uieejr. Itaimty llRglmer of nala -A. W. ICoonu. Xhsrlff- 1'ntok Hmlth. Hurrefor-Charlm II. June. SuixrUklandaat o( H.'hiMtU .'. V. Tuner. Hup. i IMtiU ) Health IMr C. H. Hume. OomrubHonarVi l A OlerelMid. .ToTm II. Wmtwrly. 1'rmuU H. Parwell. .Indira of DUtrlat i-'.mrt u. 1'. Ilruln. Olorlc DlMridt ;uri Ml M. nur. Dtotrlat Ulor'x r V Vrxiaun. Offlcm Cit...

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. — 16 December 1901

HwtwmWJTH irwwj.w lU'imri wimmMm. -Iptf"" At i II. K. Sutter lias jiwt nit in a largo new wife. Two iiioo residence lnlH cheap. 0t78 (Sunn fc Virion. Miss Ida Ferguson is visiting friends in tho oity. Sue the Daily Democrat for sta tionury. " Fred IWcreor was ovt-r from Ho hart Sunday calling on our ladies. Smith & WyckolT h-iv h.'irgn'iiH in all kinds of real estate, tf A heautiful whitu maple drum r for Halo dump. II. I) Criihhv.89 f List what vou haVo to noil with Smith ifc Wyokotr. tf The Muuliuili-.UH raised $U2 fui foreign illusions in a very short time last night after gurvicj. The Koeue Agency wants to buy "ovural rcsidaucc lot in Anadarko and a uhoi.su claim. SItQl' Quito a iiumbur of our uiorohantK loot large amounts of ink in the recent cold snap. Havu you scon Leaoh ifc i'uauook They haudlo coal, food, Hour and grain. ?t If nomc people were to weigh thuir words it woild bu deoidedl) tough on tho scales. lii.st your town property, relin (piishmuntti, nobool land lease...

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. — 16 December 1901

iPiiPBPPWPP? FATTYVS FAVORITE. -y IIOSK of us who no racing (cither for 11 living or to he lively) hoar a Inrgo n u in ber (it good Btorloa ilurliiK our travoln, nml Intigh nt thorn In propor tion to their merit nml plqunncy. Fow can bo retold in dlBcrlinlnittoly. As b rule, tlioy nro libelous or demoraliz ing or both. It Ih not prmlont to rc tnll them In tho fnmlly circle before jylstors of moro or less strong re ligious convictions. Happily, tho story of "Fatty's" fa vorite mny be told without fear of lirlnglng a blush to tho cheek of tho youngest or most foolish person. "Who Is ho?" wns tho question poo plo nskod In wondar, us thoy nnd ho went on tho course probably with n common puriwieo (to "get bit," as tho mission Is called by thoso who fol low It); and tho reply was Invariably tho samo, "Fatty." That was was nil. "Fatty," puro and Blmplo; this seemed to satisfy public curiosity. Further Interrogation wns considered ndveuturous, In vlow of tho startling facts It might rovenl....

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. — 16 December 1901

) K NAME TO FAME. (By Mary Woodward Wcnthcrbcc.) ( c ALl'H ENSTIIOM 1 Jl) was n Virginia boy fTyh village of Saluda. E When tho doy- uoat irom worioiK for Baltimore stopped at Urbannn to leave her small cargo of oysters, and to tako on her llvo frlcght o f chickens for tho city market, It was qulto an event If any traveler got oft at her wharf, and tho colored folks, with a sprinkling of white people, would gather about to find what tho ftrsRgcr wanted, and If they could serve him by coaching him to Saluda, which was over the softest, muddiest sort of a road. Urbanna was simply the boat landing, and could scarcely make- a show at anything beyond a half dozen houses, all told. Hut Salu da was tho county town, where the courts wcro held, and was somewhat pretentious with Its fifteen by eighteen iV?d brick court house, Its county Jail, small one-room structure; two coun try storcs.two meeting houses and one story dwellings scattered along two streets at right angles. Tho times wcro har...

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. — 16 December 1901

w ufi -" t ,vtw- -- ( '""wBHBM '- -.- rni -t imrwngiiwMmMwwtfwBiiWiwiim tvr ui wkwmt w To onr Patrc 8 As 'worn! of tho ) .. H't i i di.i ; ir, w n h(i'cifull till i f thorn knowing tl. ui'lveK ilrb'JHl to ii i to ileuo cull mid ' promptly Thanking i titi'J' nil for t hnir kind ftVrotWK' in the jm , mnahi. Sjit Truly, I.Ogfttl it Frletil ft. Ik MitUr, il 4 "1 tranaftatl Laulord. Ifthr Stm:-) had m I mli hi tcn t initial or H'lvortU' ' niediuiiiiM ii Hil I took Dr. CVJrtw.ilV jrup l9ptl$t, my attontiorf l.-i.t eul!d Wtt by A letter f"win .iu.i- nun who Itsd bpn cured of what lw othcil aSrwiuo ciinntipation, mid I lnau tftkiilirit for tnv cmni. If am -ne tb rt!i this!i .'"' titioii r Stauy :lt '."rortldfr, 1 Mrntrt!j 'e.-- Btn. fliy oite xpern'n t- mid (inn raoui eun iirounl in. ti promise Umtvotj will find l w t ! do nil i lint M claimed for it. Uc-i., I. O .UIINKK, l'r.ji. Hotel Paris l)u-i bttaiw. Iown Sold hv O. 0. Ste-i vnon. Don't Do It. Do not take Dr. Culdwell'H Syr- 11 f Pi 1 ...

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. — 19 December 1901

ADAR ii ne I . Anadarko, Oklahoma, December 19. 1901. Number 86. 1 SUBSCRIBE WHEN THE COMMERCIAL CLVB ADVERTISING COMMITTEE CALLS ON'YOV DAILY Hmn'i (itiif tho Oabinot- ftHliinui'iii, Di'i. 17. Alllinuil. wii.i i'i made licit Postmaster (icm-ial Smith liiiH tendered his n'mgea. i n mid I lmt.it has been ae-t-rptcil H. (J. Payne, iinlionnl commiiii'i-mtiii from W int'dlistti, has been offend tlio position and lias ui'fi'i'ti'ii n. Mr. Smith has been I'lntim.i-ii'i' General since 18118, be ing iiiiiiiU'l liy Presid6nt 31oKin- t ley -uct-i-d James Gary. From ff 18U0 In .. lie was United States 1 1 i i 1 1 i h i t- in I 1 1 f s i a - Hu is editor nf tlie Philadelphia Prcsand fur mimic time linn been anxiotiH to get back into new "paper work. llenn V i'nyne, the now appointee, i. ... :.. f . ....... .I.iiuiiitu tit iwio ..ill IMMH 111 .MlPri---llnv-v-. ... -- and lennved with bin parents to .Milwiiuk.e in 18011. lie, lias al wnjs been an active republican. In 1802 lie .us chairman of the...

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. — 19 December 1901

'p m w pmmmmwmmin IWlMifWWlww 'V M!lrf4i(ji(4444Ci(tf44tfjllf4(jUifllllltllCtftK)lilit44SltfV PUZZLING v? TO MEN P''H(?iMi''IP'P'('J!JiM(pH''tfP'Pi''' WIipm niPM nrr vory young tlipythlDi they know nil iiliont women, when Ihoy rencli iiilililltj life tlioy confess thoy mulct stand only few mcmliurx of the hpx; when they attain the full ma turity of their mental power and hitvn liu ! a wide experlenr'o they give the. pi i'Iem up nml confess that women nro ii.igt finding out. An experleiicol mnn Ih amused If not ntiKered to hear allow youths lioitHtlng nooul their knowleilgo of women's way. Ono youth In a cafo tho other night dollver eil the duclnratloii that no wins man ever had n proposal of marrliigo re jected by n womnn heraime a wlo man could ilnd out what tha aiiHWor would he hofoie he put tho miration. "Thore urn a hundred little wnyH of limllng out a woman's mind." Raid ho, "nml nny man of experience enn tell whether IiIh suit Ik favored. Tho proa wire of the linnet, tho tones...

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. — 19 December 1901

J S CHARCOAL BURNEBSJ jy ) THREE CHICAGO DOCTORS Failed ( Do for M1m Xafcello L. LaMonto What Was Aceom pliskcd bj Ljdla E. Flnkham'a Vegetable CompoHL "Deaii Mm. Vivxsiu: ! wuln an awful statu for nearly three years with a complication of femata troubles which three phyaloian oalled j Alt' ferent namea, but the palna were all the tame. I dreaded the time of y SUBSTITUTES RENDERING THE BUSI NESS A LOST ART. (las ami Uatnllne linn Almost la placril Charcoal a Ilmt-Prodnrlnr Nabntnnrc Tlia .Man Who Hums Char i oat I.rads a IJ Life. MiBIU.1 1 L .MONTE, monthly period for it meant i 01 days in tea in awiui agony. cotipls , Charcoal but nine In the United States, bo far as the product concerns I tho cities, gltes promise of becoming a lost art. Gas nnd gasoline have almost displaced it as u heat-producing sub stance. With the thinning of the for ests, too, the Bource of Htipply Is cut. Yet In the woods of Michigan, Wiscon sin, Ohio nnd Pennsylvania, a com paratively few follow tho lonely...

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. — 19 December 1901

'T T MMHMmi SH Wi JW.JWMH .... j ' i'flfr r? -g .'- .: . .;; t ""w; MltMMMKMM Anadsvrko Daily Democrat. Uy ITtttSt UN I 8H w l lidltor nrul iiOllaliur. SLIISI UIl'TKiN I A 1 1 s. One .vo r in advance SIX 1110. .Ills ill IlllVIIIICe Thlce months in advance l.00 VJ.tHl tl.UO Advci ilHlntf rntiw limn known mi application. Application Hindi-for it iimnis-ilon llit-ouh the malls at tin im.ioIHc'i' ut Aunlarko. Ukliilioinii, us i cond-cliUM mull matter. A.VlllAltKO, Oki.x., Dm IH. Il01 Official Directory oi Caddo Co. VioIkiIh JiiJ ( liiirlcs I' f'r mi Alloum) Ilrrtwrl l Crl Tiimtiirnr VV II Cmoiibrll l,'lcrl lljUn llnllinaror. Ii-iwt) Clerk J i' lli-wlr. llnl(.riif Itoi'iN Win I l-nut-jr Di'iuiiy lliTKllruf Ili-iiN VV. KimiiiU ShurllT-l'ninH Hmlili Sumijor Churle-ill ,Iiiiii- SuiMiriiiK'iHloMl of Solniiili C VV Turner Supt. ot I'nlillii lleiilth lir C H. Itumo lioiunilsMliinen (' A Cluvolit'Hl, .Inlm II. VV'tmburlj. I'rmtk 11 I'unw'll JtuUeiif lllstrlul l.'uiirt C I' Ijrwln. (,1crk Dlsirl...

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. — 19 December 1901

wwmwiUMwnii r j i Two nice residence lotn cheap. Jti8 (iumwt Vivion. Adolpli Yoiinghiin !h on the wick BENNETT & BETRV I'lHt. See tlic Daily Democrat for Hta. tionery. K. 15. Ellin and Dr. K. K. Wood were in Chiokaidia Tuesday. Lint what vou have to Mill with Hinltli & Wyekoff. tf Simon Turk in Imilding a modern iCHidenee on the East ido. Tlie Cream Cafe nells meal tickets twenty-one meals for fc.'t.CO. II. II. Hell made a businesrt trip to Chiekasha yentenlay. Smith it WvokolT have bareaiim in all kindrt of real entate. tf Sam Kaufman spent Tue.sday in Anadarko. A jjood piano for H.ile cheajt Rel'islo it Holcomb. BO-lin Mr. Williams, tho real estate man in building a tine. Iioiiho on the east Hide. Some choiee lotH for sale by Smith it Wvekoff. tf Tom Merry, of Atchison, Kansas, in visiting friends in Anadarko this week. Coal, Hour, feed and grain at Leach it Peacock. tl REMEMUER-Meal tickets, 21 jncals are :.ry a.i the Cream Cafe. John PfaiT, of Edntond, is here looking af...

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 December 1901

., -v-ir-TriT.,-..ff-W,pWKTriSKWJiW -,., -LMN L.JIIUI 111 I I IMIIII ' II II'W ' " ".'' '"i'l11"'.1" '"'" "' ' 1 "flT JVipTJ Tl "f ' Anndarko Daily Democrat l'lti:STON 1'. HIIAW. AKADAKKO, OKLAHOMA. The professor who maintains that Joraoy lnonqultons do not blto Is guesa liiK at lone rang. A nntlonnl coin In recommended for tho Philippines, to tuko the plnoi of the Mexican adobo dollar. If Lord Cnrzoii haa a race quentlon on his hands In Indln, he would do well to throw ii hla Job at once. Thoso Ccntrul Americans linvr to atop nnd light overy few miles because they havo come to tho sa or the steep hills. Thorn In always a finish lying In wait Kotnowhcro down tho pike. McOovcrn got Ills, nnd Young Corbett will not lntt,loiig. Thoso hlghhlndcra of San Francisco seem to havo forgotten that hlghblnd lug In thnt city ulwayii endH In high hanging. Spain Is experiencing the coldest winter It has known In many yours. When things begin to go wrong they always go the limit. Epigram by llro. P...

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 December 1901

iMOHMMUMM Pictorial Rumor A CIVIL WAR. HEROINE v v K AN ECHO FROM THE GREAT YACHT RACE. f ! ! $ I , Marguerite Why lo (ley call dat wtrella front of a trolle. -Tr tic fen'fler? Reglnal Dcy calls It Defender; causa It always keeps In front! SavcyT skw csk roit Tin: tiikumomktkk. This thermometer nlways hung out side the porch door In summer nnd In tho family sitting room In winter. The rlso and fall of tho mercury had never been explained to tho small boy of tho family, who regarded the Instrument with great respect as a generator of heat next In Importance to the sin.. Uno cold day In March he rushed In from the ham and demanded: "Ma, gimme tho thermometer quick." "What on earth do you want with tho tbormomcterT" "I want to hang It up In the sheep pen; tho new lambs are shlverlu' dreadful." Story of Jonnlo W0.1I0, Who Wr tvt Gottysburil. A lVfxIilliic illiiRlr. Mab Do you think these carnation! aro becoming to me? Fred Oh, yes; but there are othei Hewers which I would rather lee you...

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. — 19 December 1901

pi IMP i im i mmmmmfnm& fW1 w nmmmm J,. i ".1 Hutchison & Monsell, Real Estate, Loans and Insurance Applications in;i(lo for school lands Claims located and surveying correctly done. Block '18, Lot II, Opposite Poslolliee. Col. J. T. CJrcen C L. Suekctt Green , Sackett Law, Real Estate and Insurance. I "or. "tli Mini 11 hts. W. CHILDS. Dray, Transfer and Baggage. Any Kind of Hauling Aiijwhcrc. Prices llif-ht. Ht-tf WM. 0. KRUEGER, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, STONE AND BRICKMASON. All work (?itaninteo to lir UrM-cIas", mil ilono lit lowest po.-slble litjiirci. E STREET - - On Lot 7, Block 14. A. a". 1'KltllY Woi.iu Kmimkh Attorneys-atLaw Law, Heal Kstale, Insurance Sptclnl Attention Oicn Collections, Relinquishments and School Land Leases. South Hide A Street, near Southeast corner court house square. Anadarko, - Oklahoma T. J. SULLIVAN IJootn mid Show made ti order liupniiinj; iWitly done 1 Kirst-clMi work Cor. of (' niul (llli -treot. :.l aillll!lii!!i!!illll!l!lilii!l!liiilH!!...

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. — 20 December 1901

Volume I . Anadarko, Oklahoma, December 20. 1901. Number 87 TOwvowwffwiwtvnivffni wnvntv rSUBSCRIBE WHEN THE COMMERCIAL CLVB ADVERTISING COMMITTEE CALLS ON YOV u i r The Firemen Tlnrtj-Hvo f tho thirty-six mem bers of tin" volunteer tiro depuit ment attended Wednesday night's meeting, which indicates tlioy arc sincere in their motive of tanking Auadarko's lifts company :i reality instead of a figurohoad. C'liicF Kidcr presided throiigliotit tin1 meeting. A number of suggestions along jftue lino of lire-lighting mid lire lighting apparatus wore inailo and discussed by dilreront members. Tho committee on by-laws asked for more time in which to complete v their work. The committee appoint ' cd to solicit paraplicuatia or money to purchase same reported a eollec- tion of 'J8 in cash, two axes and a tulcphonu. A motion was made and carried adopting Chief Kihor's method of sounding the lire alarm, which ih li-st to ring a general alarm and after a ten seconds pause give, tho numbcrof tho ...

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. — 20 December 1901

' S'A PEOPLED EVENTS IN ALASKA'S INTERIOR. Unly I ito Pratiint Tlirrc I'rallff row InicrU Numarnui. in tho mit nml almost unknown In terior of Aluskn, far beyond tho 1 n (1 u ence of tin) "Knro Hlwo," thn climate is nrctlc In tho fullest sense of the word. There nro only two seasons here winter nnil Bummer. The winter la of clKht mouthy' duration, dry nnil, ex icptlng rcrtnln restricted localltluu, en tirely free from wind. Th tempera ture descends as low us 80 degrees be low zero (upon rare occasions ven 90 degrees linn been reached), with a mean of porhnpH iO degrees below. Ice forms In tho rivers mid lit It en to a thickness of eight feet and more. Summer extends over a period of four moutliH, During Its earliest month high winds prevnll. greatly uuHlstlng In tho dissipation of snow and Ice, hut rendering this tlmo extremely dis agreeable. Tho Imlunce of UiIh short tcimon In mild and tho temperature pIcuHant, rarely exceeding 80 degrees. Tho snow and rnln nnnually prerlpl tnted l...

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