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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 4 February 1902

SFAJWSH ca J Some Recent Inventions ALS FOIl BHE jNA. Vy b n i .iii't'atlon of a ceremonial pro ' atntlun of n pun of the medals won In tlm lrtn war r-lth Spain, tho Phlln Jelpliln mint Is now going right ahead witli work of fashioning tho neveral thousand lntdXs to be given to tho ncrltorious nnJ the valorous of our iavy dur.n: tho campaign In tho West ndles In 1S9S. Theso medals nro to ommemornte participation In certain mvnl cngngpiniKts principally on tho oast of Cuba and to distinguish those jfllcrs and men whose specially morl orlciis service other than the battle Is artletilarly deponing of recognition. From tho man behind tho gun to the man before the blazing furnace In the flrcroom, every one on a ship in battle will rccelvo a battle medal, and, If in tnoro than one engagement, an added bar, Instead of another medal, for each additional action the bar to bear tho name and date of tho subsequent light. The obvcr30 of the battlo medal will bear tho head of the commander In ch...

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. — 4 February 1902

1 -v JH l t -yr ivftlj4Ka,"M4VlVifti tT. i W WIW Ana da into Dkmochat. By POKSTON P. SHAW. Editor nnil I'ubllahur. Si'iisuitinioM "..!". Ono yc r In alliance - $1.00 Six mouths In advance - - 42.00 Three mouths In adwtnce $1.00 Adierllslnj; eaten made known on application. ApplleHtlnu inutlo for trnns:nltsIon through i ln mulls tit tlio postoilleo lit Anidnrku. Oklahoma, us second-ehim mull mutter. ANA'iWtMl, OlvU., ,i:n. I, 1002 Kiniih t WxekofT (uiii lent more lvs tilling houses, tflll KldredV iik'ikIh furniture O St. opposite ViniNor hocel. tflOB D'l'wo now cotton gins will In1 built :il, (Jleneoe. (Join H0i:. per bushel; oats r8f. per hifdiol at John PfalT A. Souk Hardware store. tfl22 Itnmitui has three candidates for postmaster, anil more will come tip as hood ;i.h the ground thaws. II reafter Dr. Kerloy will lie found in his ollii'ii at night as Iio bleeps there. (It 121 Dr. C V Sutton of Cleveland has lioiiti elected president of tlio iini Tersity board of regents. Iirooke a...

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. — 4 February 1902

Official Directory of Caddo Co. l'robalo Jtitlue ftmrle V. Orum Altornc) Herbert I). Crosby. Treasurer V II. CnmilieU Clerk l)ke Halllnircr. Ueimts Clerk J I'. Ilcn'lr . llcirlster of Dccils Win I. t.tcey Dcimtj ItcuMcr oflK-eils -A. W Kiimlfc Shcrlfl Prank Sm!''. Surveyor t'liurlcsll. June Suiwrlnlemlent of .Hrtiools O. W. Turner Hint of IMIillo llenttli Dr. O. It Hume Comml-JuniT I' A Clecluil. John It. Wlmborl Frank II fur well Jwlire nf District Court C. l' Hrwui Clerk D.triet Court HI M Miller District ClciK 1. I Vroonnn. Official City Directory. Major W 11. IHVKU-. CltJ Atlorne Venle V ll-tnleintv Treasurer Ilcrt S. Dixon Clerk W W Trlee. Street t'oimniisloucr -K llltsclie l'ollcc Jmlire M Ilrtstow. Chief of Tollce II. M. C!le ivei. CHURCH DIRECTORY. i-iiiiiT iimiiiki ( huroh of Alitvlirk" Itot fi Illiick r7 Appointments lllble school Sund.i) at lu . m I'rcachlnir '!lim l'renchlmr ? P in Yiiiidk )'cop:c' Mcctlinr itTUip m lMpillMThUrYII.l-ior . TIIK t'oucirwillouul Chtiro'i of...

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. — 4 February 1902

5 jr.T-JBaL.T c-g wnmwBa t.U Tv IVEABING THE SWOKD EMBLEM OF AUTHORITY SANCTION ED BY THE AGES. Military romp mill Oliry M'niilil Ainoiitit ti I.lttlfl Without That Ailorn input C'nllril tlio Hllent loaclier of l'titrlollim. M i i ill fflnBBk 3KK ff'fll ' J k.flM 1 J 14iWW2S8r I ff rfwfl Li -" A Yv "I would rather marry that kind of n man than a king," Hald the woman who has won tlio grent Inventor. It was llttlo Miss Josephlno Uowcn Hol inan Joyously talklug to a Chicago American correspondent at No. 953 North Meridian street, Indianapolis. "I was the very first person In the whole world to know of Slgnor Mar coni's great trans-oceanic plans and I was ono of the first to know of his Brand triumph. I am the happiest woman In nil tho world! And the proudest, too! "Yes, I was the Ilrst person to know of tho trans-oceanic experiment of Rlgnor Mnrconl. It has been a terri ble stato secret with me for n year or more. It was on this business Slg nor Marconi was coming ncross the ocean whe...

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. — 4 February 1902

ft ' 1 t IDEAS THAT MADE FORTUNES FOR INVENTORS Happy thoughts, sold Just as they were, hot off the brain, and unpat ented, sometimes havo brought men fortunes, For n plan for making ncrat-ed'-fratcr, thought out oyer a plpo of tobacco, Harvey Browne got 150,000 the record price ever paid for a bare and unpatented Idea. It was a bare Idea of forcing carbonic acid gas Into water with a suggestion of how to do It, and It made Harvey Browne the father of all soda water and other ar tificial "fizzes" In tho world today. For easy money It would be hard to beat tho $25,000 which a man named Norman Miles received for his Idea of perforating postage stamp sheets from tho British postal authorities. Before ithat the Htamps were printed In shoots, which had to be cut with at jvlr of. scissors. It did not take a genius td apprcclato tho value of tho, Idea, and even tho government officials British ones at that saw It. Miles asked 25, 000 for bis Idea, nnd, though he held no patent, he got what...

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. — 4 February 1902

" '1'J W 'I "Kutf ilMMMHBffwwPT lrTra swk'w -iifwii wrwr "w . mm - . - T . , --l ,, -.-, . .-l,. $ With This Is (0) the Democrat SUi Wtl1 -flfr of (0) We make our bow a hearty hand-sha. - to the good people of Anadarko, little and big, old and young. We would not leave out ; jr meet worthy brother competitor, no, no. We extend you a nearly greeting and wish voj success in your business enterprise. We have planted our standard in Anadarko pld i j consider us one of you. a bona fide citizen in every sense of the word, as our every eff t 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 iHatH'Ugthonetl every day we aro with 'iu and wi hbpo to share and enjoy a part, at least, of the prosperity and growth of our, at present, little mtrop lis. We extend you .1 special invitation, one and all, lo visit our store and make a careful inspection and examination or what we are olTerincj. We are anxious to have...

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. — 5 February 1902

ANADARKO DAILY DEMO CRAT Volume 1 . Anadarko, Oklahoma, Fedruary 5, 1902. Number 125 THE ONLY ICE II ANT IN THE NEW COUNTRY IS TO BE 'LOCATED AT ANADA&KO f OPPOSES PRIMARIES, Secretary of the Demo cratic TERRITORIAL COMMITTEE Roplica to Hon. Edgar M. .Tonos of Guthrie. Hon. Edgar W. Jones, Guthrie, Oklahoma. My dear sir: Your hater of Jan uary 34th in at hand, and as it is of null a political nature that itu tin. portancc in ovldont to any one inter cated and participating in Territor ial politics, I feel at liberty, iih sec retary or tlio Democratic Territorial I Committee to make a public reply, 1 with the apology for the name that k although the duration of my par tioipalion therein in limited to four years I hav' been in the thick of V the filiht duriiiL said time .anil. measured by my youth and email importance, I am nevertheless en- -titled to an opinion and us you have ho kindly requested it, it in tendered for what it h worth. You advocate the calling, by the Territorial...

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. — 5 February 1902

B2XKBBI T . 'JImmSmmiluAlim(------m w ii li li niridbXAifcht I i sj : 5X.T y I PI ;w -saiHS " THEATRICAL TOPICS , HtilRft Murrtltlon. "Stago superstitions''" said Julia Marlowo when questioned on that thcmo a lew evenings ago. "Well, 1 luivon't nny, though I confohH I nover like to Bay that my luilth Ib excep tionally good or thnt I luivon't hail u hick day In months. Or If I do 1 want, us tho children say, to have my Angora crossed. Perhaps this Ih superstition, or perhaps nothing more niyuterlouH than a wholesome, realization of the fact that 'prldo gocth befoio a fall. A Kreat part of my life Is passed among pcoplu who nro weirdly supenitttloUH. Only n few evenings uro a gentleman connected with my furcoH manifested genuine dljtuss when Homeono raised an iimhulln over mo just Inside the stago door. , Such Instance of fantas tic superstition are common In stage life "Homo pt tho mi no t and most brll llanl plnyers nro dm out bellovorii In signs and cunriiH. ' Possibly It Ib duo lo...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 5 February 1902

r & OVSVVVVVWVWVVWWWVVWWWVW VWVWSWVWWWWWB I WITH THE HUHORISTS I Not Ended. "Ah'" sighed tho would-bo nulcldo, "here Is where all my troubles como to an end"' and he sprang Into the deep waters of tho bay. He was mistaken. Kor the life preserver hit him In tho nock and ho saw a million stars. Tho deckhand made a pass at him with a boathook and made u Bmnll sized cre vasso from his walstbnnd to his col lar bone. 'Then they hauled him In, thumped him, doped him, rolled him over a barrel for half an hour, and hustled him to tho haibor hospital, after which ho was arrested, fined 110 and roasted by tho Judgo nnd kicked along the corridor toward the door. A dog bit him as, he departed. Alas!" he sobbed. "It Is moro troublo to die than to live." So ho didn't. Which teaches us, my children, that the Pat Crowe stylo of self-effacomcnt Is much to bo preferred, besides bo Ing much cleaner nnd moro respectable and making no muss and scandal imong our neighbors. I.rarnt Wlidnin by Ktperlenc...

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. — 5 February 1902

, j , . vtTwr ,BHBWif JWC ,Kar-- c!F 1 ir" n 1 fMj' -ii """.iriwpBwsw," Wrri 1- . HMti .--. - '' r ' 'WI 1-.... m i' 1 Anadawko Dkmocu.'.t, Dy PRESTON P. SHAW, Editor ond ,ubllli'r. SUll.-HtllTION lrwi, Ono yu rlnntUaucf Six nioiiths In iiiltiineo Three tnontliH in advance 1.0) Sl!.(X 1.(M) Advertising rutr made known on application. Application nmile for transmission through the mulls (it tliu posloillec nt Annlarko. Oklahoma, as seeouil-oliiss mall mutter. Anapahko, ()m.., 1'Y.h. r., 11)02 The time will soon lit' ripe fm (lie Democratic party to hold an organization convention for tin1 pur potieof organizing the. Caddo count) Democracy, ami to outiine tho nee canary preliminary work looking io the nominating ennvotition which would prohaldy lie hold early tliin joar. At first blush we, hy virtue ot our position an chairman of tlie city central committee, thought that it devolved upon us to ikhiic Iho call for this convention hut in aiiHwer to a letter of inquiry ail dressed to the...

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. — 5 February 1902

h M w Official Directory of Caddo Co. I'rubuii i nlKi- i!hrWw K I'rtiiu. Atloti Itfilwrl I) (!roM J Trevor, r w. II. ItnmiilwlL I'icrle li i Rillltwer. Deput ii rk J. U, Ilcmlrv . ltcirl" r IlinW-Wm. I. I'ey. I)ci, - in 'iitnrnf Uceito A V. If owalh shii ' unta Sml'ti. Survc . i rimrlesll. Jiiocm. huicri' 'mlenl of S.'luioH i. W. Turner. buit I'ubllii lloaltli -Dr. C. II. Hume. Comra loner -0. A. Clu?elnnil, John II. Wlmber I'ratiW II. Par well. .Indite --i District U irt i P. Krwln. I'lerlt 1 ilol Conrl ttl M. Miller. Iitrii ' lerk-P. P. Vron-nn Ollicial City Directory. Mttjoi Vi'. 11. IMVUIM. I'lty ,m if -VoriU1 V Hnnlmiotlc. Tn-ft ' ivrl S. D.xon fieri: w v Prli-e. Mree inu.nlwl.tuer K. Hlls.-h. Police ' "ic M. llrlsum. t'hlif " r.illee -HM. l.Vntcr SavoJ Huu From Tovturo Thi i is no ilium uBiinly.inir t.iouhlu thnii 1. ,Iiw. I lie eon-taut Ituhinir unit lmi'iiln make life intnlernhle. Nn lii'r son Is f. nforlahle. Tin- torture Is tin-roiuilnt-' OoWlitV Wlich Hazel Salve arcs i ....

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. — 5 February 1902

ivftt fi '.' -7 -w r 4 I J Love's Second Degree ill Dy D. II. Jirvia (Ciij right. 1901, iy Tills Jr. a lilt of plain history, and tho reedc wIioho niciitnl appetite raves adventures flavored with the ei Horco ot lu.-olsm nml Holf-sacrlflco will nave himself disappointment by pass IriK It ly. It Ih, It imiy ho nrlil, tho plainest :it ;.:alil history. .John D'.va.i, tho hero, l n mnn who Belli groceries. Formerly ho was uu onllnr.ry hoy of numerous freckles, ther. n delivery cleric In the village More of which ho was latur pirt owner. Ills life, so tar as his acquaintances ean Judge, has been a psalm from tho beginning. When ho married Kmma Mlnklcr ho woro thu customary lilnck, and the bride was attired In tho customary white, uiul congratulations upon tho happy eent were many and sincere, Just as tho village newspaper said. So far as Is Known no hearts wcro broken or even bruised In the case. John had no rivals. Nor hail Kmmn. Ho wanted .1 good sensible wifo. She wanted n good sensib...

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. — 5 February 1902

K Oaaeoaeoooaooneoaaooooooooaoooaaeoeoaeaeooaoaoaaafa4ar' : OF INTEREST TO WOMEN a a 9aaaaaaaaaaoaaoaacaaaaaaaaaa9aaaoaoaaoaaaeonaeo34oo(0 What llrlilra Arr Wrurlii. More favored than tho diamond nun burst, tlio traditional gift of tho bride groom to tho bride, la heart-shaped trinket so largo as the purse permits, J set with the BeniB preferred by the bride. The bijou Is worn on a bhort I'huln closo under tho chin, at the end nf a long chain or pendant from a brooch. White furry felt and black velvet lints lead In popularity with brides maids. Whichever color Is chosen, long Amazon plumes are used for trimming, the moro plctorlally, the better. Ulnck velvet, with long baby blue plumes, was tho color plan for tho. cavalier hat of oho maid of honor. Iter gown was of blue brocaded satin, mndo In Iouls XVI. style. The modo of limiting a bride's at tendants to one maid makes tlio mat ter t. choosing a costume ror "tfer ifaf. 'less troublesome, Sho has only the. bride's taste, huY "own' ...

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. — 5 February 1902

l 4 ' -rvmmmktHtiBmmetHif&L rr -' -i i ft sm r. 1 1 .mllri r-1 - -" e' wjr & '9 With This Issue of the Democrat Mtf'C ft Tfiwpr 7v We make our bow a hearty hand-shake to the good people of Anadarko, little and big, old and young. We would not leave out our most worthy brother competitor, no, no. Wo 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 bona fide citizen 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 utrengthened every day we are with you and wj hope to share and enjoy a part, at least, of tin prosperity and growth of our, at present, little metropolis. Wo extend you a Hpecial invitation, one and all, to visit our store and make a careful inspection and examination of what wo are offering. We are anxious to have at least a par...

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. — 6 February 1902

ANADARKO DAIL V Volume 1 . Anadarko, Oklahoma, Fedruary 6, 1902. Number K'6 THE ONLY iCE PLANT IN THE NEW COVNTKY SS TO BE LOCATED AT ANADARKO K I.V U kEHbOD A Resolution Introduced by Newlands INVITING CUBA TO JOIN US And Become a Stato in the Ameri can Union Washington, Feb. 5. Represen tative NowIandH of Nevada, of tlio ways and means committee, who was the author of tlio resolution annex, ing Hawaii, today introduced a joint resolution inviting the republic of Cuba to become a part of the United States, to bo called Cuba, also auth orising a 25 per cent reduction of duty in tlio present crop of Cuban sugar, in consideration of Cuba's granting preferential rates to the United States. The resolutions con- tine the 25 per cent reduction of duties to the period prior to July 1, 1003. The provision of the auuexa- lion is as follows: 'That in the meantime, the re publiu of Cub.t is invited to become . a part of the United States of Amer ica, and her peoj le to become cit izens of the ...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 6 February 1902

CURIOUS OHIMNEYS. OT.SiiSe2' r. K. I'M f ,'iJ' l iFMlr' '1 V If i mYJ B mv i v .i ((nAoosBo0oooaaoaaaaonooIV i IN THE ODD CORNER. ! et Quaint Stories of Happenings In llio Everyday World. 32 SE 1; iruuuuuuuuuuuiiuuuuiiuuiiuiiuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuijuuimuuuim S old suyinci. Ah poor ns n church mruic; as thin ns u mil, Aa fat ns it porpoise; na rough as a gale; Ah brave ns a Hon; us spry ns n cat; Aa bright an a Klxpcncc; ns wcnk ob ii rat. As proud 'us a peacock; as sly ns n fox; Aa mad as n March lmro; as strong as an ox; As fair as n Illy; as empty as air; Ah rich as Croesus; as cross as u hear; Ah pure ns'un angel; as neat as a pin; . An smart as a steel trap; as UKly as sin; An iland as n door nail; as whlto as a sheet; Ah Hat as n pancake; a red as a beet. As round as an applo; as black as our hat; As brown ns si berry; ns blind as a bat; Ab moan as n miser; as full as a tick; As plump ns a partrldgo; ,os sharp as a stick. An clean as a peuny; as dark aa n pall; As hard as a mlllsto...

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. — 6 February 1902

r mnoBxSbjaBuanssaiB n " ' "wnw JT-g OS " rv.t-.-TOi- '..vj" frBV.Wr.TiOaS YALE TO HAVE A STATUE, OF NATHAN HALE i .-ii.Mji g-jvrrit,ife-.,.. Jk.iz3. t f jpjinLEttE Otf BANKS. TOO GREAT ADVANTAGES ALLOWED TO NATIONAL INSTITUTIONS. Tho long-drawn-out controversy, which, at ono time, wns by no means devoid of bitterness, over tho proposi tion to honor tho memory of Nnthnn , Itnlo by orcctlng u statue of him on the grounds of Ynlo University, teems HSely to conio to n pcicoful end to ward tho last of this month, when, ac cording to present indications, n lironzo Btntuo of tho hero-martyr of tho American revolution will bo un veiled on tho green, with Imposing i ei colonics. The s:atuo decided upon Is the work of William Ordway Partridge of New York. It has been completed In clay and will shortly be cast Iti bronze. Critics who have seen the statuo speak faorably of It, nnd ono of tho num ber expresses tho opinion that "It em bodies more perfectly tho spirit, and portrays moro nobly the...

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. — 6 February 1902

r I UT tim v IfWWMW A , im!!i ' DHMOCKAT. M ' SHAW, looi-nnd I'ubllsliMr. l I I KM, ' mco 11.00 S2.0v) 41.00 ft. .o, i. w '! I 'iiiup, i it, emoo at. , I-m J i iu if the Demo. i. ul , I, .ngo iii the mull i'' Imt nt) i ango in tlii! ml. "!" 'liif,1 I,. I). Illitii!;.'it. I i'unly, 'Mil., aSgllllieS llic i ': ioit hhiI liulf interest iii "j i', I. P "li.iw retaining a ill mil itMttuiKJ 'bu editorial ebair. Mi l!itiikMHlii is u simon-pure, .'m in the Hintl demnorul ami .m. highly i.-cuiiiiiioihIi'iI from Jiim, III out 'iillllly, holli jM II Min'ii Miid ii ili'inournt. I Iu lins u od iwitsv the uupaoity of see . t.e Mi tho Dmioeratiu t'oiitral C'liiiutttv-t' of JJen-y eounly, oneo :ih Ci.ii unlit of I lii campaign coin. niti.-e and has nerved oh denmeratio t-M'futivo committees since ho was tight wa ytir old. As a eitizen ho is it- -ommended by both ).iiiIch and .ll Ins home j-.iiiHHpaik in highest (. mm of hint m legrel his depart i 1 1' lioni iln'ir uiidnt. Hi- lias id- i i id v join...

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. — 6 February 1902

w, M iV IMuMW INIVLWH Official Directory of Caddo Co. I'robate Judge Hinrte P. Crum. Attiirnel Herbert I) Crosby." Treasurer W. H. CiitnpbeU. Clerk ih U IkiUliiKi-r. Heputjr Clerk J. 2 llndri . Ilotrltlcr lit Heeds -Win. t. Incoy. Ueputj ltoulstemf DcdsA W. Koonl Shcrll Vnink Smith. Survej or -Charles 11 June. Superintendent of s."i.wii -C W. Turner. Supt of labile Health Dr. 0. K, Ilnmo. CoininlHn4ir V. A. C1cb1d1. .tolui Wlmbcr'j. Trunk 11 rrwell. Jurtiro t Ui-iriut Court-C. V- KrwlH. Clerk Hlstrict Court 1IM- M"'" DMrlet Clerk -1' 1' Vnioinun. Official City Directory. Mayor W. U. 1)1 V Mis. Cltj Attorney Verde V lliirdcimtlc Treasurer llcrt S. lJixon. Clerk P. W lTI. Street Ctirainlvtlinier-IS. Hlloolic Police JudKf M llrl-tow. Ohlof of l'ollee 11. JI denier. CHURCH DIRnCTORY. 1'IIIST Hnpllst Church of AuiidnrUo, lot r It'oelt V Awolntmcnf. lllblc eliool Sumliiy nt 10 it. in l'rcachltu' ' I prottohiiiK ", ,T,w!Sil;.. , YoiiDif People's Mertlmr ut 11W l. w. Pru, e, Mcotluil n'taiI...

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. — 6 February 1902

J - - i" v 'WPwr-j1 5s f itl 'Mini AND GAKDEN. MATTERS OF INTEREST TO AGI1I CULTURISTS. lama Vp-tn-Diita llhitt About L'nltl tntlmi nf llm Soil anil llclili 1 hcrrof Ilurllc ulliiru, lllcultiira and 1 turl ulturt. Husk'(Iiiii It) (Injlnrd. Prom Farmers' Hevlew: I am pant 7C jcui'8 of agu und linvu been up sluco beforo daylight shredding fodder nil day. I hao finished milking seven cows, anil am now tented nt my desk looking ocr my many fnrm papers. Ab iiaual, I catch tip tlio Farmers' Ho- view among llio first, for tliu reason that I ahvaya II nd something practical, liitcrcstliiK and liiHtructlvc, especially In Its horticultural columns. Tho nr tlclo In n recent Issue headed "Leaf Grumpier" Is worth Its weight In gold. Tho leaf cruiuplcr haa don.) ino hun dreds of dollars' worth of Injury, and till now I hnvo never known how to destroy It. I havo seen tho crumpled leaves and liavo examined them, but did not know that they had been rolled up by tho Insects that bavo catcu out and ru...

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