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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 13 January 1902

t!l.-jj &- ') Cl sensational nonsense Minister White At Berlin Scores The Yellow Journals. iiNEZUELA PEOPLE MUST PAY. llerlln, .Inn. 1. The German mlnls r to Venezuela, Dr. Schinldt-Lcdii vho lins boon on n rnontlun lioro Is nv on Ills wny to Caracas. Tin for- n ofllco solemnly reiterates the sta te nt thnt it iloos not contemplate territorial acquisitions In Vvnctioln. jl Replying to Germany's assurances to the VilltvU' .States regarding the former's plans In connection vlth Ven ezuela the foreign ollleo here received in answer from Secretary liny vx pressing fulj sntisf notion j witli Ger many's position, (lermany still hopes to collect Iter uiiiinis peaceably. The -additions to Oermnny's naval force in the C'arrlbbean sea wili not lie su'Hclont to .give rise to suspicious utnOTigi the people of the L'nlted Suites VVV. Germany meditates anvtliinir lie- fyond lite collection of claims due the eriiinu l'liju'ls. 'J lie govorniuent destics, ooju'id anything else, in tills matter ...

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. — 13 January 1902

r riw" rqf---! "r" iw "n CJWJTTTi ffHP'! s ) TSfT U Wrf-'IWP'BISil '""" tilWMW'';aWBW1tlWIBBM''-.. V . ""'"" fv ""Wr froSTF ?f (, ? "1t,w RSS'Bp' 11WF, si r rr jj " .y yTjr FW; V7 'wpp' - v ? , ' M t. , m A i m .' I. ' ' Ana.da.rko Daily Democrat. By PRESTON P SHAW. fc-tlltur and I'ubllahnr. HUllSOItll'I'lUN' 'tTv,. Onoyo riniuUmico - il.00 Slxmoiitlnln wluiiieo - 82.00 .Thrco months In mlviiiico - il.(K) .A tl untl tolli iv iMlfi.i .. ....! I. ......... .... 4. 'm"-i limits inil'i llllllll' KllllWU Oil Tipiillciilon. Application made for tninsiitaion throiitfli tli' inaih nt the Mi-.t.llef at An (flat-kit. OHalinina, in xecnnil-i'luM mall iiriUc: Ana1'.m:i.(i. ()ki.a.,Jis. I i. I'.IUli dinli . U.ikor firft door cast of tin' jumt nflicc have jiint received a nc lim til bed lounges, baby car riiiycc, .'-rarlH, clothe basketM, hamper-, rug, carpolK, mattings, etc, (Ihm will bo offered at a dis count In ail t-aHh customers. tfL' i ' - Lost A I'uiiiiin hcIiooI ilist rit;t map and a gowi...

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. — 13 January 1902

-. V' - npv .- u J Official Directory of Caddo Co, , l'rolm..- Judtfo Charles F. Crura. Attorney- Herbert I). Crosby iVrii-uter- W. II. Campbell. I i.-rk lljkc ll.illlnirrr. IK-irtf ''lerk J C llemtr tUvW r (tf Heeds Vt'ui. I. Laccy. IK-imi IfOKWcr of Heeds A. V. KimiiiU. sin-nil l-'riink Smith. SurwM iir-ChailM II. Jones. Siipi-iKtcndcnt of SehooN-C. W. Turner. wiii.i. o' 1'ublle Henlth-Dr. 0. It. Hume. ' riiuiul'Jiirifr-C. A. Clcieland. John II. WinilxrU I'rnnU H. rufwcll. .lnd.-- .11 District Ciurt 0. 1'. Krwln. cnrk District Court-lit M. Miller. W.-.-l.u t'lcrk -P. V- Vroomnn. Take that pillow .ml of w"lw;iJorjJi Side SaloOll plenty Store of glass at Pioneer Summons by Publication Drug tfl3 Official Clly Directory. Mhwm W. II. DlVKM. i'Iit Auomcy -Verde V. lUrdn-stle. l'rei.-rM -liort S. Dixou, H. il K W. Price. Niivef i Moimlssloncr K. Httsehe. J'ullcciuilite M. Ilrlstow. Chief olsl'ollco H. M. Cleaver. CHURCH D1RECTQRX. Iiuvi nupiNl Church of Anada'rlioVLVit. r, m-:i S. Appoin...

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. — 13 January 1902

vj SUEMTmC TOPICS. CUnnCNT NOTRSOF DISCOVERY AND INVENTION. SileullMV DUi iikIihi nf t ) Indian' AM In ltfMl In 4 liiiriilnir "itim-iiI --mn- !' Till IntcnllliiW liiliri-ntliig llfinm ile. V Siifilii ('liiiriiiliit- lif linlli. With a uua)eui tiiMitiuiuiiUmad;. of tccdavor DmiitiiiiiMlit) Hl4iilii, or .iititl fl. if Imltii, maungus. fit aootlic th nvil 1 bplrli of the dmidly liillitii serpents. .liliin; a pn-ulfnr dinning moliilly tluM. nrunOlliK In Jla (pilrknpaaf or IcuiifK'fttiUM (tic fcmiku to raise If' liodv mid ew'ay Its lio.ul nliout In time wllli the mimic, or to. lie iilil&tly with ilutl och watching tin lininorablti iiiiiKiiiiiii. firu(itnlly t ho pjuyor mar AniM thtt ikiImhiuuk eobrn doVopollo to 1 1 1 to. Mill without danger so long im the iimiIi' laata; lmtl m,iuy auako chin in en. iiiher' throifgh' r&iclcMnijaA ur'ffi tUsue have lagged with the uillilr anil hao lie cm (truck unit fatally polaont-il by tie II i' ico miikp. Many are they itOnCK (Old (if til? pOWC...

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. — 13 January 1902

A JIYSTJSKY SO -KOBE AND CLOUD IS LIFTED fflOM INNOCENT MAN. Fiiylor Itirrun Mini Uu Ili-eii Simian I'ur mill 'ir fur 'Irn Yiiirn Lntvly IIIm'kmti'iI ii it t'rt-.ilytlr it t rortltinil, Oregon. Taylor Harrow litis 'bfcn fount, nnd liic veil of mystery that enshrouded Ills disappearance ten year dro Inn been lifted. Ho lived south of Ham ilton, nnd with two companions on Juno 14, 1890, went to the Oakley raw nnd was never hoard of ngaln, ay the Youngstown Signal. His family nr.d frlemlR thought thut ho had met with foul play, nnd his body had been secretly burled to lildo the crime. The. mysterious disappear ance filled many columns of the ncv paper at the time, but without uvall. Ho could not bo found. Hut yester day n telegram was received by his family from I'ortlund, Ore., statins that under the name of Chas. Ottmout Taylor Harrow was n pnraljz-d Inmate of the City I Ios.il tnl and would die. Tho sufferer wished his family to claim bis body. When ho left home he was accompanied b...

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. — 13 January 1902

Dr. Caldwell' Syrup PepHin ih pleasant to take. It ih a pIciH.nit laxative. .Sold hy O. C StcphciiHi n Ocii. Finnic Arnmtroiig liaH rec ommended to tho Interior Depart, taunt lliat (luroneiuo and lim Apacho hand of IndiaiiH bo retained at l'ort Sill for three yearn longer. DmiiiIh Flyiin Iiuh introduced a bill to lefuud to the chiiiehtH of Oklahoma the money paid (or build ing IoIh. If there is any place lliin grafter "idiineii" it in playing to n Hympalhutio nudiuiiue. ChickiiHlin l-'xpreHH. The following were legintoied nt thu Ameiiean yexterday: C! 1. Khur ter, New York; A It Vnn Siulo, JScdford, Iowa; Mr and Mm V Jtroadwell, oity; II V Culler, Green wood, Neb; V D DoVaineyand wife, KaiiHiiH City; (!eo CI lveiup, Pawnee, Keh; L C Gardner, city; Hev V K Allen, Kingliher; Al LeHlie, St. .loe, Mo; 1. Nathan ami wife, Kdmoud; W I Iluhhard, Kan Han City; S .1 Smaller, Detroit, Midi; II K Sutter and wife, eity; .1 L Wiinl mil wife, eity; .1 K Grillith and lady, Waionga; Dennix Itrown a...

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. — 15 January 1902

ANADARKO DAILY DEMOCRAT Volume I Anadarko, Oklahoma, January 15, 1902. Number 107 SVB5CRIBE WHEN THE COMMERCIAL CLVB ADVERTISING COMMITTEE CALLS ON YOU .-- t v y ) Shot by Outlaws Brave Sheriff Smith and His Depty, Geo, Beck KILLED IN ATTEMPTING TO Arre-t Gang of Outlaws Seven Miles South west of Town. till! Olltl.'lWN llOISCS wllicll llilll 1(0011 abandoned in the woods about a mile Hotitli of whcru the shooting' occutrcd. Tholcgrnms have boon Hunt out to officers in all the surrounding towns and a sharp lookout will lo kept for tho murderers. Robert Shaw went to Chickasha t day on legal Qbusincss. Tho married ladies whist club will incot with Mrs. C L Itruin Thurulay afternoon. George . Larkiu Hold bin claim nortceaNt of Anadarko to J J Hund ley, of Anadarko. The deal was made through IlobertSbaw, tho real estate man. F L Arncll as auctioneer for Dep uty Sheriff Rurchctt, Hold the Mcr cbantH Saloon at 1 o'clock today to the highest bidder, Mr Whitley be ing tho purchaser at $525. ...

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. — 15 January 1902

mWWW$WmWWWWW 6ft ft Stories of the Good in the ft ft x&&&tttt&&&&&&&&Am Tin; 1'iu to Till'; mtii.NK.Mtii. Yon sny I'm unclean, nnd feed upon HWlll. Tliut 1 wallow In mud, nnd my habits ar III. And that may bo true, for u pig I was " born, Yft to Riizr.lo HtroiiK drink 1m u tiling I would scorn, And (o .your wretched plight 1 will liovbr be Blink, I'nY who eor hoard ot n pIk that got ' drunk7 .- Hum's Horn. MO.IU'.N Wild UIIAMi. . That ladle of fashion have tin; hnblt of drinking greatly to excess Ih a pet subject for a certain typo of soiihh tlonal writer. "The llotllii In the llouilolr." "Drunkenness In the Draw ing Itoom" nie the sort of headings thai nro nlwayx sure to appeal to n larfco icutlon of leaders. The at titles are generally written In a very exag gerated torn, hut there wait prohahly u Rood deal or truth In a tumtewhat simi lar article that wax written some ::0() year ago ennccrnlni: the visit to Kng laud in the month of July...

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. — 15 January 1902

,. ') .S MISS OHnYSAf.TtJEMUM. )lrl In Japan nml (lilna Named fin lnpalir f'luirpr U Is not lit nil n unusuiil thin? In Phlnu anil Japan to hear u girl ratted "Chrysanthemum." It Is ns popular u name us Dorothy or Margaret la here When n young mun cuIIh, he probably slts whether Miss Chrysanthemum And Miss Itoso are In, quite as natur ally ns hu would on this ship of the vorld Inquire, for Miss Dorothy and MIaMai;nreJ. A girl named for the I thorite tl(er oT Japan In that coun try is said to adopt hat flower as her especlul one for tho decoration of her dross, for wearing In her hair, mid for (lower gifts when she make them. Not only does she devote herself to the chrysanthemum ulpnc, but to that par ticular shaped and colored ono that especially suits llcr style. The .chrys anthemum has so much individuality that, in the eyes of tho artistis Japa nese maiden, lt'would clash moct dls rordantly with the rest of tho ensemble It it didn't Just suit her type. Ifctrk, oft shades of red a...

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. — 15 January 1902

Anacailio Daily Dcmccrti Uy 'ferON l SHAW. lidltornntl I'ubllHhnr HUIISCKIITIUN "AT"." Ojo yp r ih advance, 4t.(' Hij luoii'lii In advance. - $2.C Xfcrco inunllis In advance 1 ( AdicrlUlm; rules nmdo known n Hpi1iriln A)i.ln'ntluii imidf for trims nMm Uirnil, the imilN nt Ilia posto.llco n AtsotH )'., OUIuliomn, is second elii uall In ;'. (5ish A linker lirst door east of the post olticc have just received a now lino of lol lounges, baby ear. ringvH, go-carts, clothes baskets, Hamper, rugs, carpets, mattings, etc; they will l! offered at a dis count to all cash customers. tfltU -ir'"""r- Aw ai so, Oi:i.a.,.1an. M lei . Vc ttr. a. nou3. . fioutf l.tiuiir. . t.'t. ' Tin j k.'mi many of J Utti Anifi .1.1 riiiublli'j urn M:niil liy moneylender had rnplul , 6 ys (luutM'H Magazine. Coucei Cum after lonnwjloni h.we been f:tlvn .to toriioratloim and foreign Mvuriinifiita for loana advanci.il. IU11 iTJwdn, mining prlvlleKcn, and revonue Bhuni neatly nil tnxaliln Kimds hav9 'J2ya jdodc.ed. Tl...

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. — 15 January 1902

fMWWHNU R V ,- i 1 !'A V ( ) Official Directory of Caddo Co. lTolmte Jurtnc Charln V. Orum. Attorney Herbert I), t'lwby. Trcaiurcr W II. CnmiAell. Clerk-Dyke lhilUnircr. Deputy Clerk -J. C lienor ltcffliter iif t)ecttt-Wra. I. Lncey. Deputy KeKltter of Deed A. W. KoouU. .HherlH-KriinU Smith, Surveyor-Charles 11. Jonc. .Superintendent ol School -C. W. Turner. Supt. of IMullo Ucnlth -Dr. 0. It. Hume. Commllimcr-. -C. A. Cleveland. John 11. Wimbcrly. I'mnU II Farwetl. JuJkc ol Ditrlol Court -C. K. T.rwln. Clerk Witrlct Court -HIM. Miller. District Clerk !' V Vwoin.ui. Official City Directory. Mayor-W. H. mvriw. ;ily Attorney Venle V. llnnleiiille. Trrawrer ltcrl S. Dixon. Clerk-W. V. lTlce. Streot ConmiMoucr K. llltiehe. l'ollce Judue -M. IlrUtowr. Chief of l'ollee-H. M. Cleaver. CHURCH DIRECTORY. i."Mt-r iuhiM Church of Anadarko. IaiI .1 llloek 57. Aplolntmeiil' Mule School .Similay ut 10 :i. in. lTenchltiit " tin. tu. l-retu-hlnir 7.-ot.m. Younit People' Meeting l :' p. m. l'ruj er M...

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. — 15 January 1902

MMUlMMtMMI mm V - -4 f - ', , Queer 'Patent Latest WW - . B, ., Ought m miin to have :i better rlaht ti tli! name, of some orit elm; than to his own name In hta own business? TIiIh Ih the question which, accord- liiK to tho Washington TIiiich, n good liiniiy.manffactmers ntul solicitors fire ijVry'jng to answer. . The Patent Ofllro ' now allows it man to register nornc other innn'rf nn'mo as ' a trade-marl;, hut not ti Ih own. , Trade-marks aro registered under tin- acts of 1881 nnd',1882. Tho first act hml a ulniiRo providing that tho com missioner of patents Hhouli) not regis ter a trndo-nmrk which was "merely the nnmu of an applicant." .Many surnames lind become Irre vocably attached to certain articles of manufacture. Thcrefoie. to prevent nny Injustice. congress thn following 'year pussed a shott net providing that nothliiK In tho prcec i.nt; act should "provout tho registintlun of any law- T i Socialism X X HI OdLpcUJU Its Development .A.A.4 A. A.A.. A. ...... AA.A.-...A..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. — 15 January 1902

lE .- I HUMOR of .e.?'s,X0C'f'iSW iWfl'-fArVib.?,95f JC-f'5 WCCf -a.viiar,aA1 ) Tllim In HI op. Among the beat stories recorded by u well-known angler Is one about u Scottish laird who was one duv re lating to his frlendi) at the dinner tablo the story of u fluo llsh he had nughL 'Donald," said he to the servant be hind his chair, an old man but a new servnnl, "how heavy was the fish 1 look yesterday" Donald neither spoke nor moved. The laird repeated tho question. "Wecl," replied Donald, "It was twal' pund at breakfast. It had gotten to acbtccn at dinner time and It was hax-and-twenty when ye sat down to supper wl' the captain." Then, after a pause, he added, "I've been tellln' lees a' my life to please he shootcra, but I'll be blowed If I'm tolng to tell loos noo, In my old age, o please the f ushers!' I'litlliir llli Fuut lu It. Muny different persons ilnd the be ginning of a conversation awkward, specially on ceremonious occasions ind with Btrangers.' Sometimes, how ever, the be...

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. — 15 January 1902

J l'lione and tlio City Sit am 1 nun dry wagon will call foryour clothe- tit) I I'oMtivoly the Inrgcal line of liol lday goodx in the vity. IiiinT DrugStoro, opposite 1 O. 8 l-tf llrooku anil AuHtin Furniture Co south nilo C utreot between Olh ami 7 tli. Call and examine our von largu Ntock of Furniture. "IK'M gootlH for tho Icntd money" in out motto. i -4 ii For Salo A finn Htook of tnillio" r j for Hah' or trade. Alioul I X I from Kanv.iN Cil.y in a l " ' thousand population. U.iiluid not. Ut. Slock now and up-to-date. For further information nddrcnH uAttO" Democrat otlice. tf Firomou Hemembcr tho meeting tonight in tho council chambers. All mem ber uiUHt be present. Committee. I'reHidentriiomaR F. Woodward; viccpresidont, II. IJ. Johnson; c-aahier, II. II. Hull to succcd I. N. DeHcombcH deceased; assistant cash ier Kd. It. lCllis, to succeed II. II. Hull promoted. K. A. Haldwin was lutaincd aH book keeper. The direc tors were well pleased with the re. pott of the banks condition....

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 January 1902

INADARKO DAILY D EMOCRAT Volume I . Anadarko, Oklahoma, January 20, 1902 Number 111 SCRIBE WHEN THE COMMERCIAL CLVB ADVERTISING COMMITTEE CALLS ONYOV tf POOR LI) ! Must Cut His Hair and Quit Pai-ting. INSTRUCTIONS TO AGENTS. How Undo Sam Intonds for tho Red Man to Do in the Future. J The Interior kiartmciit has issued tome very Hilrprinini' instruo- M lioim with regard to the further art- H vauccmcuts witli regard to the fur thcr advancement of the Indian. The "bucks" will hereafter appear at social functions with liair cut la mode. The old stylo of long How iiig tresses will have to go. The or der 1i:ih gone forth that the Indian must lay aside his blanket, lion a dress unit and become a fair re pro (tentative of civilization and Amer ican ideaH. The Indian maiden will no more use the paint made from the herb (' mo'her earth in preparing her evening toilet. The tints of yellow, red and green must give way to a .......: : i.. .......... ..r .1 m jiini'i it .in iiitiii.-jiii:iiin in ...

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 January 1902

, Mn-JUKfiVttU V. JUKI". 10 10 US KKADLNC j. HIil.lCION AND hEFOmMS ALL, OVEH THE WOULD. ChrMluii IIikIi iir Toplin lllraird Are llif Pure In lle.irl The Children of f.lichl -- llrlnc NiMplelon A Itrnkrii unit Contrite. Henri. Iileaeil Arc Mm 1'nre In Henri. They whii have kept tliolr spirit's Vir gil! WllltctlPBH tTmllnitiu'il by folly, mid unstained by ' IM, 'And Inailc their foreheads rndlant with tho brightness Ofttlio pure truth whoso temple I within They shall see (!od. Freed from Ihe thrall of every fclnful passion. Aluiind their pathway beams relet tll'il light: Tlusy drink with Joy the waters of sal Vatlon, Arid-lniiiiH' love, whose love In In .flnltit,:) , , They shall see (iod, ..-"'J'r'1.1 clm'ds n,a' darken Into stornu , liroiiful thuni. P he promise pours through nil Its , steady j-ay: ;,Xor'ha'tH eiih'dnlin't nor nhlnqiiy con w found them, Nor earth's temptations lure them from the way That lends to (lod. . Tligy shall ,. Cod! O glorious fruition Of all their hopes an...

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. — 20 January 1902

J t I ! JOHNSTON'S ADVENTUHE. 1 know Ihls story Is true, for John ston told It to me himself, and lip has not Imagination enough to Invent an untruth. 1!o told mo that If you should at tempt to enter Into conversation, with a fellow-passenger In a Chicago train Ho probably would present -you with the card In question as a delicate hint that he wanted to be led In pence. " 'I am going down to Warwickshire tomorrow,' I said" continued John ston" 'to spend u few days with 8co tile, and I'll take this card with me. If some one Insists on talking to me when I'm reading my paper I'll try what handing htm the card will do.' "I took the train at Euston, traveling second class. "My fcllow-pnasenger was n fine looking woman of about 20. The heat of the day nnd the excitement of catch ing the train had given her n florid color, and I could see that the desire of condemning the weather and exposing , the wickedness of a cabman was strong within her. "Presently the woman caught my eye and said, ...

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. — 20 January 1902

y Iwwft wmwmmtMwn Anidoako iicvity Dcnit'cral. -- Uy PrtESTON l 8H W, Editor Hid ubhMinr. yiniseilllMION i' Ono yo r in iiiliancc Slxinoiitlis In illinium Threo months in inlvunc AilvurtlsliiK iiuoi n application A i Mention niutlo f i tlirouuli tlio maiI-4 at tin AtndiirSi, Oklahoma, u wall Mht.ci. 14.0!) 1!.0) J 1.00 it known on l run iiiwIon I'I0.1I nt M'COIIll olus-j AN.ilM!W(), ()um.,.I. j'l mua 6VATK TO OWN UTILITIB3. Cn' Iin. tn 1'nnlrnl Tdagrnpk nn I Trlpphuni I lie. Arcoritlng to authoritative r.a noiin(.oiiicnt tto Rovornraont of Cm Ada lias ricclilwl to usttlonallri f tie tol cstaptia and the telephones ol tho ilo mlulun. Tho linslnoss tlemoi-'s are said to be nearly unanimous la tup port or tills roforni. Tlin Government count on an mutual surplus of some J7.O00.CO0, and Its lnro-.no Is l eaa Inn under tho usual tronperltv of the country. It has, thcreforo, hcromo poa Utile to tal:o tho step contemplated for years, lint Urrctoforo prucludod b) lack of nvnllablo funds. Th...

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. — 20 January 1902

r u . .' y-1. r f TW : , Official Directory of Caddo Co. "I'rt"i - ' "'a ' ' livi"" y I'rum. Aitor " " " '"""y Tri..i-.r'i V.' H. 'il"i Olrk--! MHllluui'r IMfHv t-i' .1. '. Hanflr iteaMrr " wait. Hear- Deputy Revil r of DitNU- A. V?.,aOoiii7. Sheriff J-'run tuirii Suftojor "hurle- H. .! Supcrlntonitcm "I sixkiH 1. W..TWWT. Supt. if Publm Bruit tt. R. HWiiN CymaMmicr. r v. TJhwiuwfl. .Mtn II. Wltnbcrtjr. IYui.u s Krelt. . JuOitiMif n. it.c 'nut 0. 1. Krarlu. (tlcrk D.'tstFl ('.inn tidal, ttltlg. Notice IhUtrHWK.-rt" I. vro.iii. Official city Directory. Mum '. M. i Glir Atuirm i "tir . llur.lcaslar. iTrVuuitt "en "''"n. Clerk-W. W.'. rfi. Street OvBiinlssiiHier K. IlllirtKt. PohVeJurtife M IW-tow. Ulrtof ofi'ouVc H L('lvMcr. To whiira It lim cor, era Notice Is h n L, ricn that M Snr I. arcNl- dentoft'ndil hum ok iton..iT uttorv has, thlsda) ll.nl li iiiiii."ip..i. nf. ioi lutiiniue otllee if lit i' erk of muto count j. U T.. nsimur llitu .. ccn-i. ! isuen toiiiuiiosrii mult. Mlrlioiis...

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. — 20 January 1902

OLD JMJtKY'S THICKS OADDY HAD THfi GENUINE PLANTATION TRAININQ. How 1 In (ion Dry Nwlininlnc Hitting Hrrrltril M l'rrrniiliirjr Order In THke it lUlli hi' (lure lie 1'olloua Dlrrrllona Milt Dnein't (Irt Wet. t, There Is a gonuino old ilurlcy of lilnntntlon training, "befo' (ho wn" that servos on took on the handsome private yncht of n Dctrolter says the Detroit Free Preis. "Ho'h (lis greatest that ever cnmii down the gangplank," laughed tho owner of the boat. 'Look nt that walk, will you? Isn't that tho real thins? Wg, flat left foot turned out at pretty near a right ankle tnd boot ellt at the Bides to nccommo Into 'co'ns and hunylngs.' Favors the foot, too, by lotting down at the knee (Very time ho Menu, (lot a head like i cottonbnll and eyes that laugh when the rest of IiIh face Is aH sober ns u leacon. I don't care where we're cruls- Ing or how monotonous everything else may become, that old daddy Is a con- itant source of enjoyment to me. He's genuine son of the tropics, too. I'...

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