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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 9 October 1901

Doilv Dem Volume 1 . Anadafko. Oklahoma, October 9, 1901. Number 26. FOR THE NEATEST WORK AND MOST REASONABLE PRICES, HAVE YOUR WORK DONE AT THE DEMOCRAT. i A s S,. DEMOCRATIC W CITY CONVETION A Strong Ticket Named Harmony and Enthusiasm Mark the Proceedings. The first Democratic convention ever held in Aiiiularko convi'iioil in Miller's Hull yestenlnj afternoon Vjt two o'clock iiml nominated a full ity tirki't, composed of clean, able ;iiiil courageous Democrats, a ticket that hIioiiIiI secure the vote and hearty support of every Democrat in Anadarko, aiiil one that will, by reasou of its personnel, draw many Republicans who arc liroad gauged enough to vise aliove party ami ute for the best men. The convention lirst convened at ton in the morning ami clecteil W. W. I'rice for temporary chairman ami S. II. Sturgis secretary, after y)iich it ailjournci! to meet at two o'clock p. in. At the afternoon notion, the hall wan seated with chairs, ami large yellow placards, designating the d...

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. — 9 October 1901

I i VS4 v., r j h 1 Anadarko Daily Democrat. HflAW MONltOi:, I'ul.i. ANADARKO OK LA The Inhabitant of tho prorlne or Ontnrlo wrlto moro letters tlmn thoso of all the rest of Canada. The Joraoy mosquitoes are playful, compared with thoso of North Cam Una. A minister of that utate, whllo traveling with n child in llydo Coun ty, found tho mosquitoes bo rapacious that ho had to put the chlld'a head In a paper Back to keep tlm Insects from devouring It allvo. Can a man live without his atom nch? TIiIb question has been decided nillrnintlvoly by Karl KruKcr, a Chi cago gardener. Pour months ago, be cause of cancer, his Btomach was re moved by nn export surgeon. Then ho weighed DG pounds; now ho weighs ICO, and 1b Btlll tnklng on flesh. Charles Hull, of Albion, Mich., be lieved that lie could tukn poison with out Berlous effect. Ho swallowed twenty-flvo grains of morphine, and In u llttlo whllo hn vomited It. This demonstration so pleased him that ho thought oven n pistol shot would not ha...

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. — 9 October 1901

' a A I " i KELTGIOUS heading. RELIGION AND REFORMS ALL OVER THE WORLD. Til Acrl Who lime Outllteil Their (lenrratlnn Hlinnld ll Trrnteil Temlerlr, for The Mnl He Lonely .Their Karly World illennlnte. IIV.MN. .Translated from the German of Mar tin Luther.) iln life still death Is hero Therein ono commun doom; O. how shall we prepare Tor a believer's tomb? Peace Is of Thee alone Thou only in'st atone. The sins o Brieve, and from Thy wrath Make us u path To .Heaven. 'O. holy Lord and fjod! Eternal Christ of God! Hear Thou our faltering breath! . Spare us from endless death! P Kyrle.elelson. In denth Uic Jaws of hell Against. our spirits Rape; Lord God, wilt Thou not save? And grant us BWlft escape? TIh Thou, dear Lord, dld'st win The conquest of our sin. And pity for our souls obtain; Rise hope were vain Of heaven. 0. holy Lord and Ood! Eternal Christ of Cod! Hear Thou our bitter cry! And savo us ere we die! Kyrle elclson. In hell's dark midst, our sin Would drive us to despair. 'Oil,...

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. — 9 October 1901

fc .a r DEPARTMENT STORE IDYL. Rmlilrii l)r'ri'iic In the I'i-Ici .takril fur m Veil tt Cnic, find lf ISflrct, Col.. I. T. Oreen C L. Saeliett Grccix h Sackeit "It did me good Jint to ce tlicm." Die Mont inleswnntnn wild to the fit ter, ns the two mot nt lite drawer wliere they wit putting nxny tliln, if Into tin' New York Tout. "See who?" thu Jitter replied, In her lu'Rt KnplUli. "That conplo thnt went out of hert just now. You m wit hnc noticed n hip, nwkwnnl countrjmnn nnd n jrlr) rigged out In ohenp feather nnd rne ribbon llnd n natehel with them" "Ilellevo I did oe thtlli," wild the fitter "A brldul pair?" "Going to he. About the flrut of the mouth, I think. He 1m helping pick out the hriiial out 111 Thu girl wanted n tehet shoulder enpe, but he couldn't go over III. She wanted Jet trimming, lace und nil thnt. She tried on the cheapest one we lime -that $11 lot and was delighted with it, too. lie told her ah,, looked like a peach In It and pralaed her up to that he turned ull 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. — 10 October 1901

AmacJarlo.-D'Oily Democrat Volume 1 . Anadarko. Oklahoma, October 10. 1901. Number 21. FOR THE NEATEST WORK AND MOST REASONABLE PRICES, HAVE YOUR WORK DONE AT THE DEMOCRAT. THFN AND NOW. In Iuvm I o li g ago (in the six ties y o ii know) vli(n (S rand m u went walking 8 ll C ll 0 I ll her skirts s n. W li a t would she nay if she Haw jr I r 1 m today witli k i r t . clutched so tight- V tlll'V !l I f 1 ook t his way. New York ICvtMiinir Sun. Accidental Shooting o H. A. Williams, a contractor and builder, was accidentally this morning while dressing. shot II,. had a j.int nl in his trouser pocket and hrs trousers falling oil' his bed the jiistol was discharged ly strik ing tlie Hour. The ball entered his leg and fortunately the injury is nothing more than a llesh wound. He is couliucd to his bed but will soon be iii again . ' Attention, Comrades q'liP William NcKinley Post (5. A- H. will meet Saturday night at 7::lO, October li.', I HOI, In the hill on Klrst street, southeast corner ...

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 October 1901

) t) tl n Jt b, rl rl Jl ii) ui a tl U tl it P at m 1 at w a tl a Hi lt "t m fe oil in' Jfi dli Ml ani is thl dr chi yoi tin cen fM Aun try to dlt nice. ' u lion md dj JbuM Vncle Tho oxtcnBlve plant entnlillnliccl by llic United Stntcn government t Hie Washington nuvy yard In one of the attractions for visitor to the capital ity. Several Immense buildings nro required .for tho-nrcommodatlon of tho machinery nnd wurkinen omplocd, and the entire work 1h carried on under the supervlHton of naval unicorn. Tho principal structuro of the Kronp of buildings In approximately 900 foot Ichik and 10U feet wide, and In devoted to the boring, rifling nnd Jacketing or tho guns, or the conipMo construction or the RiinH proiter iih dltlnRUlln-d from the rarrlaRu nnd other act elisor Joh. The well-known Morgan traveling crimen nnd hoisting apparatus are employed for suspending and moving tho heavy onliinncp. nnd In applying Iho Jacket thereto, and this machin ery Ir nil of the largest and moat sub 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. — 10 October 1901

1 ' I 'AJ BW3TEM&MmRKM3 Plcturesquo nnil mysprlous In Its lonely grandeur stands what Is loft of the town of Allaire, (n Monmouth county, New Jersey, which, In the ear ly dnys of tho luHt century, was the most Important Inilustrlal center of the state. It Is knt'Kt loilay ns "the Deserted Village," anil is such It Is the mccca vfc.J?br", iZ- L- A TYPICAL RESIDENCE of tho guests at the seaside resorts who love to ponder over the secrets of its past and the mystery of Its future, hjy3 tho New York Press. The town or, more properly speaking, what Is left of it In the shape of dwellings nnd ruins, for it has not all gone to decay, is located on the lino of tho Freehold & Jameslmrg branch of the Pennsylvania railroad, thirteen miles south of Freehold and six miles west from Sea Girt. Among the crumbling houses lives the owner of the land, son of the man who founded the colony and mado a fortune there. Whether he has any dreams of re viving the once gay village no one knows, but 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. — 10 October 1901

Sf M, - J P. tyV -'- M DOTHBRN'BLITTLEJOKE. Hud "H m YaatrllnqnUt lln I'laja Trick an llli I'ltrtimr. 1 One of the peculiarities of Fathom's "ilnbornted Jokes wan tho way In which tltew worked up to thorn. Ho pre'ended tor,o have (Uncovered accidentally that he uliVoMesscd Uio gift of tho horn vontrllo lolrjulst, nnd nrrnngod an experiment on the occnalou of ft BUppor party Riven In bi'Mil honor at ft pleasant house In a I-on- '"don suburb. There was a foolish kind jtuliif hangor-on of Sothorn's who loved hljr.to boast of his Intimacy with tho fa rlfflnious comedian. Ho had often said, "1 rihtwlsh you would let mo hnlp you In ono "Jof your practical Jokes, Mr. Sothorn." flttiSothorn humored his desire. Kvcry ono "(knows how fond tho professional von moitrlloqulat Is of talking up tho chimney out to an Imaginary man on the roof. Soth i 'em hnd arranged for his slavish con eoulfcocrnte to mount tho roof by ft ladder trltinnd play tho part of the ulco on tho tri, roof, which ho did to ...

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. — 12 October 1901

Anadarko Doily Domoorot Volume 1 . Anadarko, Oklahoma, October 12. 1901. Number 29. FOR THE NEATEST WORK AND MOST REASONABLE PRICES, HAVE YOUR WORK DONE AT THE DEMOCRAT. i- ;. .b y i' L LOCA LS. The SI. K. i'liiuch in Wing framed. Sheriff Smith is hack from Nor man. John Murphy, of Kl lieiio, in ' the city. Dr. I.andercook, of Kl Reno, in in the uity. County Attorney Crosby, is.bauk from Kl Huno. Kred PfatT is building a neat resi ilcucc on hlouk 55. K. V. Dm can went to Chiekasha today, on business. Capt. Winslow, of llobart, was in town yesterday. S. II. Biadloy, ait uttoinuy of Knid, is in the city. Pfall tt Sons arc putting in two legnut how windows. The Pioneer Drug Co. ban a lino display of school books. W. T. Smith, the genial agent made two sales yesterday. A. McDaniels, a ical estate man; of Xorman, is in the city. It. A. Harris Kent to Selina, Has., on a visit last night. J. M. Hartshorue returned from Frankfort, Has., yesterday. h. II. Mai tin, with the Hoekda Hardware Co...

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. — 12 October 1901

-f Ai 3 $2 orj fil an 3 '4 rS0 J.IKE A MIRACLE. QUICK CHANGE FROM SAVAGE TO MISSIONARY. Trfinforinntlon Wrought In Nkllvn iif Afrlru'a I'lirmla- lltukr runic to AfnorllH, Itrrxlvm IMm Ml Inn Mini tin t.ck til Nfttltii Haunt. Who can gay that tho duys of nil rlf)ii(! ended when Htich transforma lluno nrc dot only possible, hut arc in itial! effected, as hnvo been seen In tho cpm of Wesley SymRinna Plttumu, n young colored tnnn, who Hulled from new Ytrlt for Africa, where ho Is to 'iBBo In mlflNlunnry work? says Les lle' Wcnjjlr. Plttmati Is n nutlvo of the Gola Vrlbo, of central Africa a peo I'lo otlll in savagery Seven yearn ago bo mads his way out from his nntlvn village to Monrovia, n distance of fiOO miles, being prompted to this Journey by stories ho had beaid from unlor wen of his tribe concerning the "Mb "Water" and tho "White Men." lie ar rived at Monrovia In a Htato of nudity. Thoro ho fell Into tho bands of Dr. 1'lttman, a white missionary, who clothed him and tnughl him to...

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. — 12 October 1901

" 6 .2-? pal. f w fci s -: - - : k I Now York's Uoplorciblo Condition of Affairs In tho I OlnSime Tonderloln Recent disclosures In regard to tlm manner In which New York police of ficials hnrbor crhno in tho precincts nudcr their control and thu ninny frultltss efforts that have boon nuidc by victims of those under tho authori ties' protection to hnve the haunts of vkn nnd dlBElpatlon suppressed, have brought prominently before the publl the nauseating condition of affairs In the American metropolis. Without n doubt, the Tenderloin, wliero wicked ness haii reigned mi picnic during the termR of many prominent police offi cials, now hnihors the most depraved and hnrdened class of humanity to bo found In a civilized community. All New York's vice and thievery do not (shelter themselves within the borders of the "Tenderloin" by any moans, they find police "protection" In many other sections, nut It Ik In the "Ten derloin," In the heart of the city, that dazzling center appealing to citi...

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. — 12 October 1901

t r Laaa(aa DlnUult of Arqaltlllnn. Formtr AwilgUnt Secretary of tb Treasury Frank A. Vanderllp riontly returned from a trip of for monthi In Europe, whore he vUItml nearly all the continental capitals arid had Intor vlewa wltli the several mlnUturi of flnanco. "My plauii for the future are not definite at present," ho said, "and tho work I shall hnvo will not bo de termined for some tlino, I htvu nip Idly come to the front an the groat American accepter 1 have been re ported to have accepted in the luHt fow months mora ptacos than 1 ever expect to havo offered me in a lifetime. For tho present I am solng to rust and get ncqunlntod with my mother, of whom I have Been very little In tli past four roara. During my Holourn abroad I dlacovored that Kueltih Is fai becom ing tho commercial lantruuno of the world. In Kuropo every mlnleter of finance and mot of the prominent buslnoHS men I met worn ab'u til apeak English .)ll. ThU excopU the French. Thoy seem to think In Franco that overyou...

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. — 26 October 1901

Anadarko Daily red emoc Volume 1 . Anadarko, Oklahoma, October 26. 1901. Number 41 'WORK FOR. THE BEST INTEREST OF ANADARKO AND UPBUILDING OF OUR CITY. f ' COUNTY I Organized Into Eleven Townships j LFadh One Has Four Oorigessional Town ships tao Township Nnmod After 41o Martyred BHcKlnloy The County Hoard of CommwSoH- I'its' havo divided Caddo county iinto I'llevcii townships raamed aH follows: : Shirley Boone. Abalinc Chandler Cobb Caddo Bridgeport Bcavcf Kern Washington McSJinloy Beaver was -so named afiw the lold home of our popular OiMinty I'ierk, Dyke Kallingor. I'frr was uuned in honor of Judge .John Wnnburly daughter Kern- iCobb was named after the post liliat is located in that township. (Sorry Randolph had the honor of iteming tliin township. Ue very appropriate- y selected iliciimiie of McKnulcy. Soiiiu'mhc suggested the italic of Roosevelt liut Jlaudolph objected to tinning anythingiafter a living man. ' l'licro are four congressional .town- .hips. Now w:uro all on the r...

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. — 26 October 1901

1 PPii''?5liPl 'fc-A IK- . r ; N V irfs -. L I TTAGE w.iffifrf THEATRICAL TOPIOS TIIK .lAI'AMKT. BTAIIK. Tim Japan mo can stand any nmount jf tragedy on tlio stage, a id thorn Is ilwuyH a crime followed by a fearful revenge most nil their plots hang on .lio vendetta nml tho vIUiiIiih always :oiiih to nti nnfiil nml; a murder 01 two, u "harl-kail" (tulclilo by dlsem- iA JAPANESE STAGE HERO. bowelment), with suno ghosts in tho last act who haunt thu wicked and bring them to a fearful cud. Tho dentil scones and portrayal of Buffering lire Utarally "agony long drawn out," and huiu tho foreigner Is apt to boo FINALE IN THE TENTH ACT tamo of tho most realistic acting ho bus over witnessed. Mnny Intense emotions nro expressed moruly by tho facial expression, nnd an Immobility of the muscles Is somo times maintained for a long time. A sceno of parting which would occupy n fraction of ono of our scenes Is often carried through n long act while tho audience becomes more and moro wrought up. I...

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. — 26 October 1901

THEFT of By Curio Collectors! When thieves decldo to "break through nnd steal" they will penctrnto Almost nnywhere nnd tike anything which comes to hand. Stealing relics nnd curies Is a recognized brny'h of tho "profession," and it requires n nlcp dlBcemmcnt and a thorough knowledge of tho value of such arti cles. A Itch Arab living In Cairo re cently delighted his friends with the exhibition of n collection of war relics and Jewels .allied nt $2,500,000. Ho said he had bought them In London. The sultnu'g spies, however, thought otherwise. That potentate had Bpunt $300,000 In tho past threo yenrs In try ing to Unco missing portions of his splendid collections, which ho keeps housed In his palaces In Constanti nople. And th rro was no mistaking tho portion found In Cairo. Tho rich Arab and his collection mysteriously disappeared, and no ono'thlnks It sato to bo too curious about tho man's fate. Some slight sensation was cniibrd re cently by tho theft of relics from tho Vatican, but I...

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. — 26 October 1901

- ir-J '""" 5fc 1 T An&tkxrko Daily Democrat. SHAW &. HILL Pu.iiiHim, J'ltKSTON' I. Shaw IMItor f. A. Hir.r. Business Manager HUll.HC'ItllTION llATIM. One jrar inadvanco - - W.IK) Klx muntliH In ndviuico M.00 Three months In advance 41. ix) Advertising rates nmdu known on application. Ai)llL'ution niaue lor iruiihiiiisiion through tin." mulls ut tin- piMtutllcc m Anadarko, Oklahoma, hh jecond-clahH mull inutter. Miller & Ward Writers of Fire, Life and Accident Insurance In the Lending companies of the Tinted Ssates Real Estate, Loans, Etc Wo Loan any Amount on Both Ileal and Pergonal Security InMILLKH BLOCK, Northeast Corner Square, il-tf Anahaiiko, Oki.a., Oct. '.'(), ltiOl. There-has been a steady growth since the beginning of the Schley urpiiry. Schley has grown larger ami his detractors smaller. Admiral Dewey conies close, to di aiding the honors of the court of iuiiuirv with Bear Admiral Sehlev. le made "facts" his text at the be ginning, and has never got out of si...

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. — 26 October 1901

Descombes & Smith Real Estate and Insurance KKAIt FIKST NATIONAL HANK For Bona Kido Fire Insurance in "Time Tried and Fire Tented" coinpaiik'H, itHtiro your property in the following: PhoMiix of Hartford, Conn. Homo Insurance Co. of X. V. German American of X. V. Springliield F it M, Springfield, Mass Loudon & I.oncashire, Liv rpciol Scottish lTnion & Xational, Kdinh'g They pay their I.osich Descombes & Smiths' Insurance Agency. THE STAR SALOON, .!. M. 1IOUTSHOKNK, Prop. Fine Whiskeys, Wines ahd Cigars. BLATZ BEER ON DRAUOHT. The I-ecl Barn, Russell & Hollinshed, Proprietors, NEW RIGS AND FAST HORSES. EVERY THING UPTO DATE. The Ony Livery Service in Anadarko, Give Us a Call: East B Street. Do yoi need CoaJ? Sec MONAGIIAN . CO. West of Depot On Uightof Way. Thoy will Treat Yon Right- J. M. Schoenheit Attorney -a cLaw. lO Year's Prnotlco. Anadarko, Oklahoma. E.W. KING, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Notary Public, Oudilo county. Com missioner of Deeds for ?uo Stat...

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. — 26 October 1901

V GO TO PVBLIC SCHOOLS. (Washington letter.) President Roosevelt openly resents nny attempt to pry Into tlio private) nffftlr of bin finwl'y, oven If It Is tak en for grnnted that tholr overy nrt la piilillc property, now Mini tluy reside In tho executive mansion. Ho dop not protnnd Unit modesty or n deslro for ex-olmlvunw-H has Impelled lilm to talio thta course, hut ho Insists that tlioro is & gmit chanco Hint such notoriety will have n serious pffect on IiIh youtiK thlldmi who nr Just nt nn Impres sionable ngu. Up wants them to bo "TEDDY" ROOSEVELT, jr. Ihlpldcd nti much ns possible from llii) Inuvltalilu. Mr. Roosevelt realizes tlint tlio doings of tlio Whlto Houhc tlillilicn nro of nioro or loss public Interest, but lie says their heads must aot bo turned by too much attention. When ho was mnk'ng his nrrnnge mimlH to conio hero as vlco-prcsldent, Iho pious Included tlio placing of tlio Shlldroti In tho public bchool. When 'resident McKlnley was assassinated iml tho children...

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. — 26 October 1901

NOTES ON SCIENCE. CUnRSNT NOTE5 OF DISCOVERY AND INVENTION. Right Immuniie Mnnollttn Thejr Ar to Il Um-il nt Column. In Hie Cntheilrnl nt St. John the lllrlns llelng Urtcted lu Xvw York I.AIK1KHT KVKll QUAlittIRt. Bight of tho largest blocks of stono ever quarried In this country aro lying at the works ot the Uodwcll Qranlte company at Vlnal, Malna, awaiting tho completion of a great latho which Is to turn and polish them. Thoy aro to be UBod as columns for the Cathedral of St, John tho Dlvlno, Now York city. Tho weight of tho stones In tho rough Is from 120 to 130 tons each. They are from fifty-seven to Blxty feet In length and about seven feet In di ameter. When ready for shipment each stone will bo a round column six foot In diameter and fifty-six fret In length and will weigh more than sixty tons. Tho contract price for the olght stones Is $220,000, something more than 25, 000 for each column. As there was no latho In existence largo enough to turn tho columns, John Pierce, tho ...

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. — 26 October 1901

A'-rt. MAHOGANY TIMUnn. Jiang 1n tlm Vnlnna of (Ira U nf Tlid Thcro Is a great range In the value rt mahogany liiiihor. Tho poor grade j)t ahort Btoi'k may soil n low as CO dollars for 1.000 fectwlillo faneymntcr inl, used for the i.'untifncturo of coun ter tojm muy lw woitli $3B0 for 1.00'J feet, or even higher. I'revlotm to tho war In Cuba much mahogany wns tdilpped from tho Wand to tho Undo J States, and tli' trade hna heen re ly ing within th lnat two year. The finest quality from thin Rourro la called tho "San Jcgo" and In used In tho mnntifactur f fancy furnltilro and for the Interior work nf hniiRPZ. Tho price of thin larlrty, made on an Inc I basis, ranges from $110 to !1C& for 1.000 feet. Fino hard Mcxlca.i r.inhnR.my, which Is ono of tho most sntlsfiictorv It 1 nils for flno ftirnlturo or Interior work, la told according to tho grade. It la hard wood, of Rood color, and finishes wll. Tho "firsts" anil "seconds" in this rlnsa of stock arc sold foi about $1(30 for 1,000 ...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
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