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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 31 January 1902

C lfHJJlTJt.'1'jjLm imr jj uiiwgu ! xiuhiui'l1 pcjtiuTrmw CAT A BED TIME MEAL. 'P3il-9miH1i-3-31-3-il-2-iimM-i---3-3Jim-t3J1-31--i-3il31)j j i' ; . t. HP .n t w js RELIGB0U5 Moral Reflections That Might Be Termed Lay Sermons. ? St - JLifiiifmtif - mif - r - c - f - I'lirrrrr NatlMlrit, Hull, glorious dawn! Bright, licautcuus mornt When shall I wake from death's em brace, And seo my Savior face to face, My life anew revived, Thu great white, throne beside, "I Bhull bo satisfied." Bright, happy day! Released from clay! Thou, then, O blood-washed soul of mine, Shall In his righteousness shine, Anil no more HI betide, Hut with him e're to 'bide, Thou ahull be satisfied. O, Joy complete! ' ' ! Loved ones to greet, And to my bosom, as or yoro, ' ' Press cloac to pari again no more, With him J'" then abl'dyf : Closd to lire loving side, Forever satisfied. Itellglotu Telescope. .'.f. . I.. .11 47tli!f.l M" r.tf I.lfr. 4 What a precious gift to God life. Is! Few men or wonfim realize until t...

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. — 31 January 1902

KM t Fr Two leaven bread for fie. cents at Ingram it IlofTiiiHii. tf 1 lit For Undertaking kooiIh call on Urooku &, Austin Furniture Co. Knibalining and jircKerviun bodies a Hjit'cialty. Morgue room in con ncction. South Hide C Htreet be tween 0 and 7. Open day and night ItcHiduiu'u'BouihwuHl t'orncr I and Jnd directs, 85-tf Good work, h'liiest prices, home iiidiiHtry and labor. City Steam Laundry. Phono 01 tfui W. H. 1 'pylon, .in up-to-date photographer, will open a gallery opposite tliu poitollieo. 1'itt 1 1 Dr. Caldwell' Syrup Pepsin ih pleasant to take. It in a pleasant laxative. Sold by O. ('. Stephenson liroOke and Austin Furniture Co. south'shlc I! street between Dili and Till. .Call aiii1 examine our very largu stock of Furniture. "Best goods for tins leant money" in our motto'. The purcxl, highest, widest, long est loaf in the tftar Bread. 1 ltrt "Perry lout an opera house by lire iIiih week, but nUII has one left. I'erry hcMoiii gets entirely left. Tho Man Got Shot 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. — 1 February 1902

J1 AN i ADARK U AIJL I $ I I) fc ( J I l Volume 1 . THE ONLY ICE PLANT IN THE NEW COUNTRY IS la iw jiizS. 2 Texts of the Scrinoua to Bo Pro-iohod loinorrow- At the Congregational church the following order of services will liu observed: Siimlay hcIiooI at 10 o'clock; morning sermon at 11. Kvcning service begins promptly at 7:30. The morning Herman will bo based on John-1, 24. The thcino will be "True Worship." Tito subject of the evening sermon will be: "The Transformation of Character." The m uii meetings wm continue Wt throughout thu coming week. w J. W. Moats, pastor. Jj, f M. K. OIIOUCII. x rescuing m uie morning and cTcnlng by the Rev. Manley Hard, of Chicago. Morning subject: "The Highway ;" evening subject:. "The, vrunucriui ixanie." Km worth League Subject: "In- as-much," Matthew 25, 31, 40. j Leaner 1). W. Keller. Bring your bibles, llcv. Manley Hard is the J corresponding Decretory of the M. K. church extension hoard and in v one of the leading preachers in the preaouqra m...

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. — 1 February 1902

I Anadarko Daily Democrat ntisro.v 1. Ml AW. ANADAHKO. OKLAHOMA. Hrudstrcet's nninml trndo rcv'.uw Is a lino New Year's card foi Undo Sam. Sccrctnry Hoot's report lias com pletely silenced tlio 18-Inch (iHtlnnann KHIl. Paris, ilp., ran out of whisky anil water tlic other day. 1 ho water watti't UllSHCd. Undo 8ani employs 4,009 pedagogues to tench tho young rillplno Idea how not to shoot. Nnturo seems to have decided upon Wyoming as tho Hlto of Its principal lie factory this jear. Mr. Marconi has gone Into tho pre dicting business. This la bad, lie should keep on Inventing. . The Chicago judge wiio has decided that 25 Is enough to marry on can't havo any daughters of Ills own. Owing to tho high price of paper tho men who devour books nre tho most extravagant livers In tho country. The wholo country will be glad to join In tho celebration of Edward Everett Hale's eightieth birthday, April .'!. Tho caso of tho defaulting ios An geles bank cashier Is said to be "un usual," and to this e...

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. — 1 February 1902

ft V Pauline Astor Prefers Beauty to a Title 'WW Paulino Astor is not a chip of Uio old dock Sho linn lofused the highest itlo In tlio English psernge a tlnke lom because slic Is not In love with Jig ilnke Mint wore It. The duke Is tho Duko or Roxburgh?, young man and rich, mid ho Is be iovtd to ho really In love with little lias Astor, even though her father was lorn an American. William Waldorf Astor was begtn ilng to console himself for tho varl 3us snuba which Wales administered o him by tho thought that he would narry his daughter to a lord, and his ion to n lord's daughter, mid then ipcnd tho evening of his days proudly Senator Uit'i Verdict. "Sitting one night In Chnmbcrlaln'u hotel, In Washington," said Amos J. Cummlngs, who has just resumed his seat In Congress, according to the New York Times, "wero John Allon, tho Mississippi wit, Senator Vest, and sev eral other men of moro or less na tional distinction, when the conversa tion turned upon violin music. Vest Is noted for ...

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. — 1 February 1902

I umtmmiiM--M-nTwrrnrwTnTTTrTntmmmrmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmma'mlB " A.NADAHKO DBMOOIHT. Uy PRHSTON I' SHAW, Editor nntl PufollfUmr. Stftmcmriio.v vt'- Ono yo r In mlwinco - tt.O!) Six months In itilviinco W.00 Three moiitliH In mlvunuo l CO Advertising rules iniule kntr.Mi on uppllwit Ion Applluntlon untile for tnini ii1Ium through thti mulls tit tlm ito.ll- lit An'dnrko, Olcl.ilioiim, in m-coihI Ium mull mutter. ANlltKO, Oiii.a., I'i.ii. 1, 11102 Thti Navy ileptrtun'iit lias imied :tn order .iiitiounrinn III it fN'iir Ad miral Win. T. Haitip-oii will be placid mi t1u iclin-il li't on tlio fUli proximo on account of nge. Ad miral .Sampson i iuiv in Wartd'uig JJoii awaiting onlciH. Congressman Curtis of Kuuh.i-i, iH jiuithing a hill "ranting riglil-il way through Oklahoma mid Indian "I -1 -litoiy u the Knid it Auadciko rail way. Tht1 Indian coininitto' lias made a favorable report with amend inunlit and il Iisin been lofoneil a CQimuillctt of llie whole. The Stephens single mate-hood bill wa...

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. — 1 February 1902

I &m ! h fc lai Jy . A'' Official Directory of Caddo Co. I'rotwr .luilifo CImrlCH F. Crura. Attorn.'. Herbert D. Crobr.'. Trcitiinr V. It. Campbell. Ultirtc- lMo llnlllnccr. Dcii'it, i 'r. J. 0. Uemlry . Krirlsi.-i -f t)eeils-Vm. t. iMCcy. Depul l (titer of Iccils-A. W. Uoontz. Shcrlt Pronlt Smith. Suncjur Chorion II. Joncv Suixirlnwiilpntuf Schooli-C. W. Turner. Supt uf ruMUJ llcnllh-Dr. C. IL Hume. CotmnMl'mcM 0. A. Cleveland. John 11. VVImberl) . Prank II. Farwcll. JudiW of lllilrlol Court-O. P. I'.rwln. Clerk D.st not Court-Ill M. Miller. DI"ttrlHMir!c-P. T. Vrooman. PublioaMon Notice olficlal City Directory. Mayor W. 11. Uiveiw. City Attorney-Vcrdo V. llcnlcaslle. Treasurer -Hrrt H. lMon, Clerk- W. W. lrlcr. Street CoinmlHilouer II Itlttohc. Police J iMliie-M. ltrlstow. Chief of llloc- II, M. Cleaver. To whom It may cwnriTtr Notice Is lirrrliv irlycn that I. M. P Ward, lime tlilsiln) illnl tnv ctltlon with ttie ulcrk of riuulo cmini UKinnunri i erniun . in mm pllunce ltli I...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 1 February 1902

Live In Houseboats $4t44 $ Knt only on the Chlneso iler VuiiGtBii nio iluntinj; vlllagca found, Amnlcnim havo thetn nearer home, uu (ntther tliun within Now Vork harbor. Hot ton minutes walk doni the Mat tery, ttl llio old Cooiillto Blip, hundreds of famlllPH spoiid tho winter, llsttmlns t( tho swirling walow of the East rlv it around mid under their homes until tho Incoming hwcII rocks thorn to steci of nights, lloro it Is tluit tho canal hunts are lied up for live mouths of An ArUliunilln lliiut. tho year, hundreds of them moored to gether In rows aftor rows, forming urnall towns, with Hticcts uud ynuls, In which children nnil dogs lonip mid piny. A plctnrcsitiio Bight It Is, ic Hcmbllng In tunny lcjpccts the sampan villages of China. They nro n people by themselves, theso hnntmru tind their families, and liavo their own Ideas of what makes n home. Through the curtained win dows you catch dlnipsca of rosy par lorn nnd Kitchens. Green plants In llowcr pot nnd birds In cages nro als...

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. — 1 February 1902

:. T? i ' V. if 1. r ANOTHER ftEMAFlKABLE CASE YXIilch Ilia Doctor ITnllsil to Cure or I I'mteritand. A Medical man as a rule dislikes to acknowledge tho value of a proprietary medicine In fact, professional eti quette debars him from doing bo. Yet there are many eminent physicians,' those most advanced In their profes sions, who give full credit to the great curative properties of Vogeler's Cura tive Compound, from the fact that it Is manufactured by an old and reliable company, proprietors of St. Jacob's Oil, from the formula of a brother physi cian, who to-day stand In the front ranks of tho most eminent medical men In London, and on account of Its Intrin sic merit, It Is largely prescribed by the medical profession; but, In tho case which we ure about to relate, the at tending physician called It "rubbish," but, as It turned out, Mrs. Kettleton tells tho doctor that "rubblslTor not, It saved her life." Mrs. Ncttleton graphically relates the particulars of her own case, which wil...

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. — 1 February 1902

f-,v)9fwfPBP'rr' t i (II With This Issue of the ii) 4i (( Democrat & We make our bow a hearty hand-shake to the good peoplo oi Anadark , li.'tle and big, old and young. We would not leave out our most worthy brother competitor, no, no. We extend you a nearty greeting and wish you success in your business enterprise. We have planted our standard in Anadarko please consider us one of you a bon i fide citizen in every sense of the word, as our every effort shall be set forth to assist th building up of our little city which unquestionably is The Coming City of the New Oklahoma. Our faith is strengthened every day we are with you and we hope to share and enjoy a part, at leaBt, of the prosperity , and growth of our, at present, little metropoliH. Wo extend ybut Bpeoial invitation, one and all, tovieitour store and make a careful inspection and examination of what wo are ottering. We are anxious to havo at least a part of your trade and with this in view, we hope to con duct our busi...

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. — 3 February 1902

Iht I JJ 1111 jctLI 1 Jk.mJ m Volume 1 . Anadarko, Oklahoma, Fedruary 3, 1902. Number 123 . THE ONLY ICE PLANT IN THE NEW COUNTRY IS TO BE LOCATED AT ANADAR.KO fie l I , i1 Xi PROPOSE LEftSNG -islim 1 ( j Surplus Grazing Lands of the Kiowa, Com anche, Apache INDIANS IN OKLAHOMA. Dopartmont of tho Interior, Office . of IndianAffairB. j acres; acres; acres; acres; acres; Oy Washington, D. 0. Jan. 34, 1009. Sealed proposal will 1ms received at this oflico until 2 o'clock p. n. on Friday, Fob. 20, 1002, and will be immediately tl crcaflcr opened in tho presence of such bidders as may attend, for leasing certain of the surplus grazing lands of the Kiowa, Comanche, and Apache Indians, in Oklahoma, for grazing purposes only, for the period of three yearn from April 1, 1002. Bids will bo received for tho grazing of either horucH or cattlo but not for the grazing of sheep. The proposals must be addressed to tho Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Washington, D. C, and must be plainly marked on 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. — 3 February 1902

.F w$ ' Anadarko Democrat I'ltllMON 1 MIIAW. ANADAUKO, OKLAHOMA. UKI.AMO.MA AMI INDIAM TKtUtlTOIU Mnngum In lo lmvo a 10-ton iccilnnt. Tho 1lcn or county neat tight goes merrily on. The Ciitliilo postofdce hanillcil over It. 300,000 In luoi. The bank at Apache, Caddo county, '.ah individual deposit! of 832, ISrt. There wcro -IT3 entries at the Iteno lmiil olllee during Dec-ember. Tho Shawnee llnptlst church Kl- ll.1H nlfird the cash to clear it of debt. (lovcrnor Ferguson In preparing to novo his family from Wntonga toduth ie. Tin Olclahoma llridgo anil Steel com pany hat decided to locate Its plant at Hiilil. The Kiown, Couianehp ami Apache Indians are to be given S'JO.OOO of grass "case money. The Guthrie K11h dedicated their now, homo on New Year's night with a Imll, ajut banquet. A Kiowa Indian maiden is raising money to complete her cducatton by delivering lectures. r Present plans indicate that tho Katy will build 400 miles of new road In Ok lahoma within two yearn. (lovcrnor ...

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. — 3 February 1902

tK S v ..r 1 , S-, sv , ?v fc V - . - 111 V 1 ' i r S-r i '&- tr-w fe tf Without Any Change as Reported by Committee. PRACTICALLY UNANIMOUS, Washington, Jnn. 11. Tlu Hepburn Mcnrairiian canal bill passed the house by praglleally n unanimous vote. Only two members out of 310 voted against it; Messrs. Fletcher, Kepubllcan, of Minnesota, and Lassltcr, Democrat, of Virginia, The opposition attempted to Hcure jr.ncuduicuts to lodge with the president the discretionary power to purchase and nmplcto the Panama canal ft it conld be purehase'd for 810, 000.000, which wan rejected by n vote of 103 ayes uuil 170 nays. All other amendments failed, and the bill was passed exactly an It canto from the com mittee. The Mil authprlch the president to secure from the states of Co-ta Itlcn aud Nicaragua, in behalf of the I'lilled b talcs, Mich u portion of the territory an may be desirable anil neces'iry on which to CNcavate, construct and pro tect a canal suitable t) the wants of modern navigatio...

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. — 3 February 1902

Anadahkc Ui'Mu i By PRESTON f cH" V. Edit jr p I HtlHSJlti.- i Ono yo p In iul.. . Six mouths In mi hit Three months in .' , Ailvcrttiinu i" h Application Application tv t ) tlirouli tlit iimiH v r Amilnrko, Oklitnm n mall iimiiar. Anaiiiuko, Oki.i i" ! l I . '. !"..' " " Jit i,.pyc Smith t Wyokoif i ,iii dwelling Ihhim's no. ICId red's niulii 'nun: ,,.(. i oppoiito Winttf h i - I Ui I, i' i'i. Com HOc pi i. (tut' bushel lit ,1 linnhvuio stop Brooke nml , llOUtll hilll! C Ull. Vtli. Call unit . largo stock ill floods for tlm ! motto. ' i. i in ' ' i i M"iiii I l I. I" I I'll Dr. Caldwell. -. . . pleasant tn mki It laxative. Sold l.O. C. 1'wo Inn vim In i-ii I Int'iam it Hoffman. For Untlcrtal mu w Urooke it Austin !' Hiiihalmiiig mid picM-i a specialty. AI igm i iiL'i'tion. South nidi' i tivci'ii Omul 7. Open iV Ul'Midl'lICO SlIlltllMl'Hl ('(. Snd Ntrct'tM, - - h I'.l Mnri lit I ii 'I'i.' .ii '.. if III! (iood work, honest pi indiiNtry and labor. C i Laundry. 1'hono 04 , Inline Stea...

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. — 3 February 1902

i 4 I r- Official Directory of Caddo Co. ttirue Judire-Charles I'. Crura, Willrnrr- Herbert I). Crosby. urer-W II. Campbell. -I)UellalUnircr. 'vClcr'i J C llcmlrj . )f I)cet) Wm I. t-accy. PnACTt,,ler,)' Ue"K A' W- K'"" Frank Stnltli f-Charle H. Jouci. WnsliWlcnt of SchonN-C. W. r . -N'loarapHibllo Health- Dr. C. II. IM ' rracl0IlW n. Kurwell. two mc ,I,lricl court -0. 1 nr i it; Jt'urlct Court -IM M. Miller. Mtltncf;iorU -K. I' Vrooinn. VlrfflnV vt-curc JCai city Director. tntcMncr Vcnlo V lUnlcaitu eniinl p llert S. Dixon. 000,00'- W. l'rlce. w .. , - Jiimmlsw'oncr-K. ltlHeho. I'olli-e Jwlire-M. llrNtow. Chief of rollec -II. SI. Cleaver. CHURCH DIRECTORY. V. I'lUS r llapllst Chun J A- I'loelt 67. ApH)lnti J Illblo School Sur.i l'rcuctilii, t Church of Anadurl.o " ! ApiHilntmcntK r.iu) itfc ii' " '! Ha. ra, IVxt.O.lmr " 7.S01I. Ul. Yininu rcoplo'ii Meetlnir nt itu v " l'ruicrMcctluit'riiurNlai nti.Wii.in ' Ul, IIOI.T. l V THB Conrejallotul Church of Ann- mo Order of M-rvlees. Hundu...

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. — 3 February 1902

s trxMsrtnm MJmiuirTnrrttacz U MIMMMMnDtM SheHe kissed me, and then ho Ho Man's usual fute. Shu How? Ho Iist on the coral reefs. ' uii.it nit Him. His fnco Miowcd like n quilt of many patches, and he was on crutches, tiu'd his right arm was In n sling. , t' "Ho my Hon, Huh," explained Brother lilckey "do ono wld di oddlcatlon." "Ileen playliig'footbal. has he?" "So; milt not lately." "Ilallroad wreik. then?" "No. nub, (hit ain't what hit him."' "UceiytiyliiK to lynch him?" "No, mill, ho 'ecu peri dnt, too." "Well, what on earth did ho run agalnct?" "l)e r.tco pioblem, sub. Ho no soon er got his roftpgo papers dan ho liT Inter ritj rnco pioblem, but I reckon hit jmut V seen '1m coin In' fer datiho. Is!" ' A I'ronk's .Mlsforluim. "So -tlu'vUvlug-skeleton Is going to get man led?" "Yes, puor fellow; he sas he feels obliged to, or loso his Job." "Why, how's that?" -' "Well, ho Rnys be doesn't have any thing to worry him a nil he's begin ning to gain flesh." A Womiii'a Iteiitnu. First ci...

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. — 3 February 1902

I"" -r' S.I R J V t .-r 1 t v A r ANOTHER REMARKABLE CASE Which Die Doctors railed to Care or Understand. A Medical man as a rulo dislikes to cknowlcdge tho value of a proprietary edlclnc In fact, professional ctl ,ietto debars him from doing so Yet aero are many eminent physicians,! j. oso most advanced In their profes rons, who give full crodlt to the great iratlvo properties of Vogeler's Cura- vo Compound, from tho fact that it W.. manufactured by an old and reliable company, proprietors of St. Jacob's Oil, from the formula of a brother physi cian, who to-day stands In tho front ranks of the most eminent medical men In London, and on account of Us Intrln- sic merit. It Is largely prescribed by the medical profession; but, In tho case which we ore about to relate, the at tending physician called it "rubbish," hut, as it turned out, Mrs. Nettleton ells tha doctor that "rubbish or not, It ived her life." Mrs. Nettleton graphically relates 'tho particulars of her own case, which will...

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. — 3 February 1902

: t t or i . .. '!? "rr0f j '- hJ jf With This Issue of the Democrat r K w VJiT ' 1" Kit) We make our bow a hearty hand-shake to the Rood peo - . or Anadarko, little an -; r.;,', old and young. We would not leave out our most worthy brother competitor, no, no .' extend you a nearly greeting and wish you success in your business enterprise. W.. hav . planted our standard in Anadarko please consider us on j of you. a bona fide citizo" in every sense of the word, as our every effort shall be set forth to assist the building up of our little city which unquestionably is "- The Coming City of the New Oklahoma. Our faith in strengthened every day we are with you and wu hope to r-hare and enjoy a part, at least, of the prosperity and growth of our, at present, little metropolis. Wo extend you a Hpecial invitation, one and all, to visit our Btoreand inako a careful inspection and examination . of what we are offering. We arc anxio.isto have at least a part.of your trade and with this in vie...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 4 February 1902

RKO DAILY DEMOCRAT TF, Volume 1 . Anadarko, Oklahoma, Fedruary 4, 1902. Number 124 MMTtm .. N A !) A i .Si h THE OMU KE PLANT IN THE NEW Wo8tom Ueio i . i .. sou- Wilt tlllltl l4lUl t.l 1 1 . IIM 1, F r better or tor i y, To liavo, lo hold, Ik . l i "i, Till hauled off in h i . t( "Wilt thou let linr m i vnj. CoiihiiIi her niiiK ....,.. Make the (Ire even o. ' ? . And holner wash ii,i fi'oiiv? Wilt thou comfort nixi .-.,). j ft Her father aiul lii'i r i iln-r. Aunt Jemima and Umi- .l"u, Three sisters uiid :t o. tJYr. And his fare grow pah in! blank; It wan too Into to jii'.,( Ah through tho chapel ti. . he i-Ltik, H.j.said: "I, wilt."- -d-ctcd I Uhc Star I.akery. hiv A C. tthick of King town. Judge A .1 Perry spe in Bl Reno. lJ0l.il -her yesterday L D Blaukonship of ..Missouri, in in town. Coal, Hour, food t.ind. grain at Leach & Penoot-k". U The Mcrehaiits Saloon untried up again Saturday. If you- want to buy auvtliing wo Smith & Wyckoff. " " if Will Mark '!, jof Oklahoma C...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 4 February 1902

:WtT WWKn, Anodorko Daily Democrat asaaassaaaaa-aa.-ssaas:. -rttc;.:7trr ox 2 0J)S FOR OUR JUNIOR' READERS c W I'ltKSTON 1". SII.VW. J TEMPERANCE TOPICS y ANADARKO. OKLAHOMA. Dreyfus hns qnnrrplpil with bli law. ftr. What wnH tho foe? It Is kooiI to be loved by one'B fellow pinn when tbero U not too many of film. ' Pence on earth, as a general rule. J'romlnont exceptions, South Africa anil the I'lillliipliicB. 1'ctrolotim hns been discovered Egypt, and light of other kinds gradually breaking through. Hcaiimont oil may have greased the pnlh along which so many settlers aro now making a quick slide Into Texas. Encouraged by tho nbsenco of Oen. KunBjton from tho scour of conflict, tho Filipino Insurgt-hts aro again becom ing auhp. N'OtV that the German ci'ov.n prince la broken down with hurd.wurK the tlmo In rlpo for princes to ngttui.. for an eight-hour day. J, L Relng unable to octtlo Its own war hatlsfactorlly to all concerned, Great lirltaln will try what It can do In thu ChlJIan-A...

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