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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 23 December 1901

S ) "BUFFALO" JONES. ONE OF THE MOST UNIQUE FIGURES IN THE WEST. Ualnml a National Imputation a a Hot falo Iferdei r-omlnent In I'olltlral l.lffi rint n Ilrpalillcan, Tlieu a I'epnllit, (Special Letter.) "Buffalo" Jones la dead. The great est friend the dumb brutes ever had has left them nnd In a few years the name of C. J. Jones will bo forgotten, lie was onn of the most unique charac toru In Kansas, tho "home of great men and freaks." "Buffnlo" Jones was known from one end of tho coun try to tho other, and a complete story of his life would outrival any book of Action yet published. Early In his youth ho cultivated a benign feeling far dumb brutes, nnd his sympathy was not without Its reward, for his animal friends seemed to understand his affection for them and eagerly re sponded to It. He domesticated a number of buffalo, using them for ag ricultural purposes and demonstrating that they had utility other than that found In their pelts. His appeals for tho dumb race, however, wcr...

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. — 23 December 1901

fl Hutchison & Monsell, Real Estate, Loans and Insurance Applications made for school lands ClainiK located and surveying correctly done. Block '18, Lot II, Opposite I'ohIoII'ico. Col..I.T. (been ( L. Haokett Greei & Sackett Law, Real Estate and Insurance. Cor. 7lh anil 11 ht. If yon want to buy anything sec Sniilli A WyckolT. If Knvelopcs for nalo hy tint Daily Democrat, tf (So to tint dram Cafe and get a inual ticket; - li 1 good moult for $:i no. tf l!iiu you sum Leauh A IVaeoek. They liuinllc coal, feed, Hour and t Headquarters for all kinds of Christmas toyH-l'ioiiecrdiug store oiiositi! poslollicc. HI-. f .Miss C'asHiily expects to close out It liur .Millinery stock liy Christmas for tlio season, and will not ih-ojicii until March lAlh. 85-tf Dray, Transfer and Baggage. Any Kind of Hauling Anywhere. Prices Kight. TJ-tf n w. childs. ii rocsriGS WM. 0. KEUEGER, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, STONE AND BRICKMASON. All (Mill; uuaruutee to lie Urst-claws, ami done at Tom est possi...

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. — 27 December 1901

Volume I . AnacUrko, Oklahoma, December 27. 1901. ' im'r 9 2 KWSCR!B WirLiN THE COMMERCIAL CLVB ADVER. I'IjING COMMITTEE "CALLS ON YOV m imp M Dennis Flynn Return to the Capitol. INDIAN APPROPRIATIONS CUT No Charges ProfoTod Against tl.o s County Judges f WasliiiiRton, L)eo. 20 Delegate Flyun i8 back from Ii'ih business trip to Oklahoma and will spend the re mainder of the holidays with his Ounily. lie called on Secretary Hitchcock today just to exchange Christmas greetings and may under, take some public business in a few days. The uHt ollicc appointments an- noiiueed just at the close of "on grcss were very gratifying to Air. flynn as they followed his endorse ments without exception. Representative Curtis of Kansas, and the Oklahoma congressman will call on Secretary Hitchcock Umior. row or very soon to continue con VI Hiilt'itimi about alYairs in Oklahoma and Indian Territory. 1 believe my plans for reducing the Dawes commission will be adopted," said Air. Curtis today. "Unless ...

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. — 27 December 1901

MAY SUCCEED LORD The Duke of Devonshire a Conser vative Conservative Premier Salisbury has become Inex pressibly bored with his high ofllcc, writes a I.ondon correspondent. Ho has hod everything he wanted In life except peace, and ho yearns for that. He would like to potter about with tlio chemical apparatus In his big la boratory nt Hatflold Houso, and would rather experiment with liqueflcatlon of hydrogen than control tho destinies of Europe. Tho only question now Is whether he can persuade himself to go on through tho weary round with tho next gonornl election, which may como In a few weeks, or may .be put off till next spring. It Is thought not unlike ly that ho may rotlro tho moment tho end of tho Doer war Is In sight. And who romes after him? Tho question is of rummarclnt anil political Import unco to tho United States, and would bo highly Interesting oven If It were not important. I huvo -been asking tho quoi'tlon of several members of parliament, and, better yet, of press ga...

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. — 27 December 1901

J i w Wealth of Alaska, Tho future of Alaska as pn agricul tural region seems just now most promising, says Prof. C. C. George Bon, a government agent In charge of crop experiments In tliat arctic prov V Ince. Two years ago tho United States government started experiment sta tions at Sitka and Knal, tho latter a small settlement on Cook's Inlet, con sisting chiefly of Russians and Indi ans, which, on the map, Is usually called Fort Kenal, for tho reason that United States troops were stationed thero for n few years after tho pur chase of Alaska from Russia. In taking up the work the depart ment of agriculture, got together seeds of nearly everything In tho way of garden and Held crops that might be expected to grow In Alnska. Some of .tho seeds wero obtained from Norway, 'Sweden and other parts of tho world whero climatic conditions are not un like those of the terrlt ' otherr. wore got from northern cxMrlraent stations, In Minnesota, Wyoming nnd Montana especially tho seeds of hard...

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. — 27 December 1901

mmim iimtw.-v xunutf AnuLtl&rko I)vWy uy fiiBe i oh ' 011 ... rulltor n-i v. Il.h- SlIIIHI'HIl'llDN ' Onoye r In advunca . W.o Six mmillit In ailrunuo 32.0 Three months in nilvuneo 41. AdviTiNiiiK ratoit made known iu npplioKtlon. Aiilic.Uli)ii imulu for tri'iMiiisxinn thi'oiiKh tho iiiiUIh lit the. nmtoni'f ui An viliirlto, Oklahoma, u. si-cnmlt lu -mall mutter. A.VAflAltKO, Oltl.A., DliC. ' . MM) , .Son tlm I). lily Di'iiiot-ntt lot- stn. liutinry. STATE TO OWN UTILITIES. Cuaaitfi l'rfiKif. l Control Tclcsrapi, an 1 Talflplmnn I.I1104. According to authoritative nn jiouni'umontM, tho government of Can ada Jina dorlilcd to natlonnlfoe the tel GsrnpliB and tho telephones of tho do minion. The liuglncsB elements aro wild to he nearly unanimous In sup port of this reform. Tho government counts on an minimi surplus of somo $7,000,000, nnd Its Incomo la I- caa Inn under the usual troaporltv of th country. It has, thcrcforo, ncromo pos nlhlo to tnlto tho step contemplnte for years, h...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 27 December 1901

vmmmwm ) Official Directory of Caddo Co, l'robateJudirc PhnrleM V. Crutn. Attnrncj Herbert I). Crosby. Treasurer W. II. Campbell. Clerk 1M.0 II illlnircr. Deput; Clcr'.t -J C. Hcndr ItcKMcriif Oceilt-Wm. I. Iicc. Deputy lWiiteror l)8tl A. W. KiHinlz. ShcrifT Prank Smith. Survcjor Chiirlen II. June. Superintendent of StfuoiiN-C. W. Tilrrer. Rupt of nibllc Ilpnlth-Ir. C. It. Humo. CommlwioncM-O. A. Olovclnml. John II. Wlmbcrl Trunk II. 1'iirwell. Juilrfe of Dutrli't 0 irt C. R Itrwln. Clerlt District Court -IH M. Miller. DNtrlet ClcrU V. V VroiKii.in. Official City Directory. Mor W 11. Iiivmin. Clt Attorncj -Vn1e V. IIirlontlc. Treasurer Ilert f. Dixon. Clerk W V. l'rteo. Street Cmnmlwlnncr -II llltiabe. l'nlfco Jmluo M llrUtow. Chief of l'ollco II. M. Clem cr. Tho First Xational H;nk iut in si now net of fixtures yeNterday. Wanted to rent Piano or organ AiiNWcr A 75 Democrat, stating prico The First Fational Hank's oalcn- tiers are the most unuiiio we have so far Been. Tliv contain a...

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. — 27 December 1901

V IN THE 01)1) COltNJilt. QUKCn AND CURIOU3 AND EVENTS. TIIINGO Fuming by Torchlight In (Itinm Our New PwifMlim In th I'ncllln Occmi Other Crirlnut Feature! of I.lfo There A 1'luu Dog. The Winter lliirlal. The deep toned bell iraln lone and low On llio keen, mldw Inter nlr; A ftorrouliiK trnln move Mil nnd plow rmiii Ilia Rolcmn pluco of prayer. Tho rnrth Is In a winding sheet. And nature wrapped In kIooiii; Cold, rold tlio putli which tliu mourners' feet l'ursuo to the wnltlng tomb. They follow nnn who calmly goe l'rom her own loved inutmloti door. Nor nhrliik firnn tho way thruuRh Kulti erei! inow, To return to her homo no more. A liable lino, to the drift orowncd hill, Tho nnrrow rniui they wind; li'i ."' w"ero nil U drear nnd chill. Their friend they leave behind. Tho silent Bravo they're bending o'er, A long farewell to take: Wii'm"' !nMt. l,,ok' ""' hn no '"ore Till tho dead ithall nil nwnke! FUliIng by Torchlight In Onnin. Thero Is ono feature, of tho lnndscnpo In Guam tlmt a...

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. — 27 December 1901

THE SIOUX GPIOST DANCE? Indians Give Up Looking for a Messiah. Qhost dancing among the Sioux' In dians, which led to such llerco battles with the whites In years Bono by, has died out nnil tho noblo red man no longer looks for tho coming of n Mes siah' who would bring dead Indians to life, reincarnate the buffalo and deer nnd effcctunlly dispose of tho -white i papulation of tho earth. Qhost danc 1 Ing, according to ono who has mado this custom a study, Is nothing more nor less than on ndaptatlon of tho frenzy dances of tho whirling der vishes of Turkey and Egypt, an exor clso undertaken for the purpose of placing tho physical being In a stato of exaltation wherein tho spirit gains intlmato communion with the dead and with tho Messiah. It Is a curious fact, attested by tho better educated Indians, that the Idea of an Indian Messiah was nn adoption of tho Chris tian Idea of tho Savlor.doubtlcss trace able to tho teachings of tho early mi ssionaries. Tho expected advent of nn Indlan M...

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. — 27 December 1901

y tk '- vyc "W ' V If: I Sk - 4' 'V- For balo Jlv goods tr for cost fir tin next ao days. I will noil my liiimiii'H. I1118I) W. li. Turner fc Co Mr. and .Mrs. Ci. V. McViohers will remove to AKii'lii) January 1st whuro Mr. MeVickors will engage in the drug business. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin i lilonKinl to lake. It' 1 & plmmm laxntive. Sold liy O. C. HtepliMinoii A guild piano for sale cheap llolisle it lloluotiili. 80.1m Coal, llnnr, feed and grain at Loach & Peacock, tl Clarence and Kit Italatoii wtmt to lid's claim which i loraled in die T.awlon district', Tuesday toRrmngo to linild. Knvolopos foi Halo by llio IJuily Democrat, tf llavu yon won Lontih fc I'liieoeu. They liandlo coal, (Veil, Hour and t Contractor Weed wont to Apache yesterday to build a torc Tor the .MuViekers drug mock. Tim Moth distH and tin- (.'ongre gationalisto each had n laru; Christ mas tree. Wesley ''hilils made ii very good Santa Clans at the "Moth oil IhL oliiiroli. If yon want to buv nnvtliitij...

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. — 11 January 1902

17 " -iV " $ r ' A1 Vf "v 5 ARKO DAILY D OCRAT Volume 1 Anadarko, Oklahoma, January II, 1902 Number 104 SUBSCRIBE WHEN THE COMMERCIAL CLVB ADVERTISING COMMITTEE CALLS ON YOV -'rjV!!.,SJ.i-. 4"-i' AN Aft EM FIFE b WED Under an Indictment for Murder. HE KILLED A MILLIONAIRE. Was With Murdorod Man's Wife Night of Killing S.avannai, Mo., .Inn. 0. Stewart Fife was arrested at North Yakima, Washington, to-night charged with tho murder of Frank V. Richard son, the wealthy Savannah niereh ant who wan shot in his lioino on Christmas eve, 1000. Chief FraiiB, of tho St. Joseph police, who Ikih l)eon following Fife all over tho country from New York to Califor nia, wan notified of the arrest by A. N. Short, of North Yakima, at 0 o'clock tonight. Ho is held then; on the charge of being a fugitive from justice. Infor mation ' llled against Kife by Prosecuting Attorney Uooher last November. The charge is murder in tho first degree. Air. Booher will apply to Gov. Dockery tonight tor a requisition. ...

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. — 11 January 1902

OUJl BIDUET Otf FUN. SOME GOOD JOKE, OniQINAL AND SELECTED. XWWli-ty of ,loltr, 41Mon tinil Irniilr, Original nml hflrrtril I'liiltmn mill .wlitasm from Itin Hill" i'f lliiinnr WIMy Sii)lii:. ('nliiily. villi rluwd tint it ml iiurntiift Iwim, i fiiiulm littiil incnly yim They pnrii'il '. Jr And klmi jCrftar met in After amni' Jd't ati iiil:itniiceii innctl 8inIIiik, tninqiill-eywd; Nirt v-n (lir li'imt little liflHl Of tlir lifrt ii)Oii I'lllnT aid. Tliej- r-tmtlril of thia unit that. Tin) iiolliliicn Unit make up life i?to III H OhIiipImihiiikIi IimI, Anil ho In lilmlf fill lili wife All, ulint n ruini-ily Dili)! KhIiIkt wit hurl II niinir; Vet liner lu liml Irnned In til lll. And niii'i li liml kiuinn tier tcnr. -T It. Alilrlih. la lnurnl. I)nisalit--What did Hint vomnr. whii t wlio suniplsu tlic iamb. tas'od tho soda wntor, and to wham ou showed all thoiic patent mrdlilni' ? Clerk Nought n two cent stamp, got $.'. dimmed md used the illreitorv nnd telephone, Tiirt. Sho w-.iii a h...

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. — 11 January 1902

Nv v . t '' ' " '?!?'! ! ;!i !i !' ih. .li. ill Jti .."..........WV.'K.'-.f-.KXilwIxKiKKNV' i 'i - -i-'T-'i-- '-'"'-''-"-'--'- - -..-- : ,,, ,, ,., .,, V , Jx , x M J.' i. Il j'i V rt .. .. ... . jf SiJJi ! VKniirfl-ilc? nnrl R iflrrfi'nrvj fftr KilhtT -Vl ili Minded People. i!t ' ....- . .::: --mil iiiiiiiii in immiii ii & Religicms FLeading .-) .''AJ(?,,'ii',',,3 'Washington Letter SUNDAY IN OLD VIRGINIA. i Win Haj la. 3G3JwiiiJ&ii)& hki:k ani fimi. 1! th world abounds In love!" If yo reek lt'aa you nuij Vo shall fluil that from abov.i Earth Is flooded every day Ii'ot mid sordid, mean desire!. Not In ltirt that leads to cilnio; Time cxltiilo tiom brutish fires, Curbing man till end of time -Put nmlil-tho pure ami true- Soulo mljy Hud unifying- streams,, ' lirlminlng full vlicie to the view Uod'a great, ldveingloryglenms. -Seek ye there and e shall And . Comfort for a wearied soul. Health and Uonlhig for themlnd, Whlle tlio years do coatn-lcim rolf. 1ivc Is fraught with...

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. — 11 January 1902

Ann.da.rko Dtxily Democrat. By t'flESTON P SHAW, Bclltornntl I'ubllshor. St'llM'ltll'riON l'i"-'s. One y! r In luhiineo - J 1.00 Six months In advance $2.00 Three mouths In advance $1.00 AdvcrtNlui; nit en inuilo known on np)lleution. Apjilfcitt ton made for trans nlmlon Uiroiihli the ninils lit the poMo.llce lit An tilui k. Oklahoma, us Hccondclnm mall mnMer. An HKK, Oui, v.,.I . 10, IDOL' tt'CKNAMES OF CITIES. (lull b linker first door east of tho post olliee huc just received n lieu line oT lied luinics, liabv '-u riages, no-carls, clothes baskets, hampers, nil's, cailicts, lli:itt hi h, etc; they will lie offered :il a di count to all eash customers, till Are llatljp Horn at Tliu.a In Auirrlrit t'ltatn I Ml. For )car Uufialc's elnlai to tha name, queen city of tho lakes, has bcea hotly contcstcil by Chicago Detroit. Cleveland onl even Duluth, hut no one could lay clulm to tho hlBon city, hy which It baa often bt-en deslKnated. It now adds ar.othor name to ItA Hat. which will pro...

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. — 11 January 1902

Official JDirectgry of Caddo Co, j Irdbatc J ml if c Vhnrlei I' t'ruu. Attorney 'Iirbert C'rtnliy Trcoiurrr V H. 'tiitoIl Clerk I)j a- luiter lit puty Clerk J IMIirnlr Ucirtstcrof Deeili Wui. I. licy. Dcimty Heirl.tcr 'if IVcrtV A. V. Koonlx. KbcrllT I'ranfe SiaWi Sarrpyor Charlc II. Jonrs. Superintendent nf HiiIidoW -C. V. Turner. Supt of I"ubllo Health -l)r. G. 1C Hume. Commit'loncM C A. Ulevelnml. .Ihn II. WlmtHyly I'molc II. Hirwcll. , Juditeof liUrli3t;outt-0 V Krwin. VOleilt D.ttrlet Court Kcl M. Miller. Dtitrlct Clerk V. V. Vrmiiwri Official City Directory. Mayor Vf H.Divbhm. Cily Attorney VoMe V. Hnnlou.tl Trcifurer- llort S. Oixou, Clerk V W lMce. Htrcct Comiullouer K. Illlsolio. Iollce Jui1ko--M. llrlitow. Chlet of rollee- II, M. Cleaver. CHURCH DIRECTORY. VIRST lUpllst Church of Anadarko. Lot R Muck 67, Appointment': lllblo School Sunday at 10 n. til. lrechlnir " lln. in I,renchlntc 7:30 p. m. Younit l'eoplc'n Meeting ul 7:u) p. m. lryer Mcctlnir ThuMduy nt 7 3u p. m. kit...

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. — 11 January 1902

II 4 4 t 4 I LFsCTOSf MTOmTMlMi Wsiimiwmwm& 13151 jZ MJ JL.iJfemi-Ui 'III us. . ArreiJi A" Sr Xl Th war cloud wlilcli How hover ovurtlie two Himtli AtnorUim rpitlilU-H, Clillo uuil, Arftontlnii. linn uiliuui out if thu.lllput nvci tlin i)oumtJi Hue liv-twi-(n thivo coiiiitilPB, slimwi on tlir hccoiii;i!i'Iiik lii:i, In the r:(lK,'"ff inoiliilnlnn ruunliiK nortli anil Kontli. Rlionlil wtir KVi'iitnnt)' tin two rcpiili llrx will (Inil Jhcinii Uok qr. ovciily miilrlit'di Norther tiriH tlic inlvantitRi' of tiio ntlib? In'tlic limttiM- of cviimt p liojiirn mill r(iHt lf('iiM. AiKi'iitliKi. miouihc. i:i a ni.ii'h Inrfii-i- oountry In area Mini lum n , jujimi Intioti niroxl matrly of l.ddO.odo, while I'hlli- Iiuh a litipulatlon of n'-oiit .1.000.000. Tlir area nLGhllo Ih 2!0.S2! miiimio iiiIIpb. while trial or ArKtjntlna. IiicIiuIIiik lu ti-rrl-loilea. Ih l,l1!.8t!i stjimrr 'miles. Tin arniy of ArfU'ittluu, on a peace footliiB. nntnlitTH yl.r.iri ollleero anil men; that of Chile 19.7M ...

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. — 11 January 1902

i i G u d-' 1 P1UYING FOR KAIN. POPULACE PnOSTRATEO ITSELF UPON .THE PLAINS. Ijiimt (,'li'loin In Southern I'rnlii lliu II IfSli J'rlrt llnnne Hi .loli, mill In lnuully n WiMtlicr I'ropllrl uf Sv -Mmi Alilllt). (Speclnl Letter.) A ralulcJB season In Southern Persia causes great privation and loss to the 'natives--more especially tho 'poorer jjliss, as they depeml on the rain to fioften the baked-up gull, no that they run plow It with their rude Implements find sow their corn, etc. And not only I" the dt ought a terror to the native. It Im also a cause for anxiety to the l'u ropeans, who are scattered about In the different provinces In twos anil tin res. For, In ralules3 timed, pillag ing becomes rife In tho towns, and highway robbery an ovcry-day occur rence. The drought la Invariably put down to the least' likely circumstance, nlid at such times a more evil eye than ever Is cast upon tho unfortunate stranger. The populace must have Boino outlet or other for their feel ings, and co...

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. — 11 January 1902

'7't"" SJISHW ""'jpPSKTT" rffBWipfapt! - Ife , I Call for Puritan bread at IIofT miui'h baknry; It' pure. tf05 . Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin ih pleasant to lake. It in a pleasant laxative. Sold ly 0. I1. Stephenson Alim Alice Koosuvultw ill christen tho now German war ship being built at Htateu InIiiiuI. Two iiiuidieil of Cliie.ksisha's pen. plu will render a drjiiia untitled "Ainiua" in their new opera house on the eve of .lanuary lltth. An uueortain individual walked up to the. night clerk of one of our hotels the other night and asked for a room. Tint clerk did not like bin lookn and told him the hoiie wax full. "Well, iiit wouldn't mind it if n fellow shot himself here, would yon?" be remarked. Upon being as sured that there wan no objeetion wliatever, be proceeded to take a small syringe out of bin pocket and "shoot" a few doses of morphine into bin system. for Salo A line stoek of mill) i for salu or tmde. Abont t I from Kaunas City in a U" n tboUHand population. ltailuic in 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. — 13 January 1902

'i "!'"?'" VfV'- ' " ' "fr ; . , a ANADARKO DAILY D OCRAT Volume I . Anadarko, Oklahoma, January 13, 1902 Number 105 BSCRIBE WHEN THE COMMERCIAL CLVB ADVERTISING COMMITTEE CALLS ON YOV i- w 5 I. y 7 . BOMB THROWING Unsuccessful Attempt at Hobart FIRE EXTINGUISHED IN TIME. A Mystery as to Who Did the -. Dovilmeut ' V . . . .. iist night about 10 o'clock a tcr rillic u()loBion occurred in tho alley 'in tlic rear of the Kiowa Statu Hank building. The explosion was of much tyrrifllc force that it jarred the buildings for a wliolo block and threw a portiou-of the bomb to thu roof of the Clync building, more than half a block away. As it hap pencil the roof of the Clync build' ing is gravel and could not ignite. Had il lighted upon any of tho frame buildings in that row a conllagara lion woidd have started which would probably have wiped out the entire block. The police have as a yot no clue to the parlies who ex Jkjilodod the bomb and is well for j them that their identity isunknown. I T...

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. — 13 January 1902

Tf '"WWr"?' 'ifi(i 'jr ;,s '-srp?p Anadarko Democrat i'iii:sti. r. sn.iw. AXAIUHKO, - OKLAHOMA. OKLAHOMA AM INDIAN I IIIIIUIOIIV i.lilaukwclt now has two wall from whluh gas flows. ,'A ' telephone o.vehnngo Is about emu lilolril nt Kilmoiul. 'Hio Ciuldo Cniinly F.anh nt Fort Cobb IJiih tiiltuii a ehiirtur. There arc (Mi bachelors In tin? mining . Uiwii of Mountain Park. Then- tit u movement to otu court IfnuMj lionds In (Ireor county. ' Tho eastern part of deliver county line donhlcd hi population In tho past J our. i The ICnw Indians received u payment t'm other ilny of JCO each, f nun the gev eriiinuiit. The students of tho Aln Normal pro Minted President Anient with u gold hcadi'd eano. Two liumlrcil Huh mules were mar- dieted lit Perry In one day, bringing (liltOipVWO.OOO. , i The Oklahoma, Texas & dilf road , him just Imught Is1 uoivs at Oklahoma City lit 8WH) im acie. (uroniiuo nnil his '-'US Arlomi Apaches nro to he released anil h.ic Clauds allotted to them. 1 'J'here ha...

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