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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 6 February 1902

) K. ' ' it'- 'IN ' - IN GINGHAM By F. H. LANCASTER. (Copyright, Ml. by It was such a pleasant October morning thnt ns Nclllo Morton bent over her sewing machine on tho vine covered porch a bit of sons leaped to licr lips and bubbled forth: very Bwcet It sounded In splto of untrained volco and careless singer. As soon ns It reached his ears, Kent stopped with an expression of half-Incredulous pleasure and turning a cold shoulder upon previous engagements, ho swung open tho gato and strode- up tho steps, "Of all things wonderful," he said, lifting his hat as she aroso to greet him, "to sec you at a sowing machine Is the most marvelous." Nelllo colored a little and resumed her seat. "You must endeavor to survive- tho startling phenomenon n little longer until I finish theso aprons," alio re turned carelessly, "Oh, I assure- you tho shock was by no .means painful," ho replied and sprung to a seat upon tho porch rail ing. "I would not Interrupt your work for the world. Nor," ho added me...

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. — 6 February 1902

I -mj!jV20mm ""i i V..I jmk ; B&$tfti& W. v, With This Issue of the t& jra FMVi ?ftW fffiKk 7m amm urum ij M mw m'? vwm w iw ww iin mv fi- :f --y v' e' - f Democrat I i I. ' ttv "C t.i! "&!" 'Vwft'" $Kto i & m m flfim We make our bow a hearty hand-shake to the ijood people ot Anadarko, little and big, old and young. We would not leave out our most worthy brother competitor, no, no. We extend you a nearly greeting and wish you succa in your business enterprise. We have planted our standard in Anadarko please consider us one ot you. a bona fide citizen in every sense of the word, as our every effort sh ill b9 set forth to assist the building up of our little city which unquestionably is The Coming City of the New Oklahoma. Our fail h in strengthened every day wo are with you and w hope to Hlmre mid on joy a part, at least, of the prosperity mid growth of our, at present, little metropolis. We extend you a special invitation, one and all, to visit our More and make ...

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. — 8 February 1902

ANADARKO DAILY D 'MllfRAT Volume 1 . Anadarko, Oklahoma, Fedruary 8, 190 Number 128 THE ONLY RL PLANT IN THE NEW COUNTRY IS TO Bli LOCATED AT ANADAR.KO 4 Vf; i'ho Uliuruu b. Tlio Prosbucriau . . ..icli will llolll ItH Services Kllllll.lt, Fob. Utli, in thu W 0 T U Reading Hoom south of tho square. Pio.iuhiugboth in thu morning and evening liy thu Rev. Kiltiiond 15. Teis, id Hobnrt. m. :. ClllflU'li south. Preaching by this puctor ill 11 a. ui. and 7:.'I0 p. in. Subjects: "Chris tians us laborers together witli God," 1 Cor. 3-H. "The measure of rigliu UOUBIICSS," Matthuw 6:'JU. Sunday school 10 a. in. Kpworth League 0:30 j). in. Mcthvin Indian Mission. American avenue. J L Hcnsuu, pastor u. k. cuuncu Preaching in thu morning by thu Rot. llyttertied. In the evening by the great tempnrancn leader Alex- .. ' . ... anucr uooper, ot unicagu. Uospel temperance meetings throughoutthu weok. League meeting ut 0:30 in the lecture room. Alius Faith Camp bell, leader, subject: Tlio Pathway to Pe...

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. — 8 February 1902

'-tiqppflFWg -wwsqte $V' r' "U jim7rirjjLjyuAi.;Fj.'!yvi?iAL.jiiM:jtTi driven, In fur-cnclrcled luxury, back in Ihrt Tfnrlrnnaa fnrm P, ...j..j..j..j..j..5..:...;....H..H..:...;..:..h.I. A Logging Ceump Herb. By ETHEL M. COLSON. Copj-rlulit, loo:, Dlly ' 'TTrrrmTTnniy iiHim Out in tlio Muskoka logging country a tuxcssftil milliliter of the gospel must romply with n Ions Hat of ro M'llreiniMitN. He iiiuat not only possess more book unit spiritual knowledge ttmn his parishioners; ho must know Ht least enough nbout farming and log ging and the tanbnrk Industry to dis cuss these matters Intelligently. Abovo all, he must appear to bcllcvu that ho know nothing at all. Hut when Hie Muskoka residents do tako u minister to their hcarta they arc loath to lose sight of him; apt, ulso, to "take It out of the man who succeeds him, Bllghtly. Which was tho reason why Arelior Onllupln, tho young man who assumed tho spiritual caro of nbout twenty-eight Bquaro miles of territory when 1'rovldence and ...

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. — 8 February 1902

t GOSSIP OP WASHINGTON (Spcclnl Letter.) T 18 current gossip In the capital city that Secretary John T. Long has revised his plaits. In reganl to re tirement. Now he will not go under fire. The renewal ol the criticism ancnt the Schley - Dewey - Miles case has roused his dander. He did Intend to leave the cabinet at an early date. Now he Is Wkcly to stay for several months, Statesmen are commenting on what Is referred to as a mistake on the part of the president In offering the treas ury portfolio to Gov. Crane of Massa chusetts. They say that If ho had thought for a moment he would have remembered that Murray Crane Is the man who makes the paper on which the goierument pilnts Its money. He would have known that Crane cou'd not do bunlnesr with himself, and that If he chose to be secretary of the t eas ury ho would Lave to give up 1 wi per mills, which arc the most p' ifii able and perhaps the largest In he country. Dy tho way, Mutrny Crane Is likely yet to he a member of the Roosev...

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. — 8 February 1902

' V -VIT ?., ,. ''a Anadakko Diluocuat. By PRESTON P. SHAW. Editor unci Publisher. Stinscitip in jn I lvkw. Ono yo r In advance - 81.00 Blx monthi In uilviinco SiMMi Tlireo inontliH In iiilviinco MXI Advertising rate- maili known on Application. Application iiituli' lor traiwiiUslori through tho niiillH hi tin- poxU'ilIci' ut Amdurko, Oklahoma, nit Mi-onil-ehew mull nmttor. A.vaiiaiiko, Oki.a., I-'i:ii. 8. 1H0L' A Now MaimRoninut Anadarko, I'el. L. D. Illaiiken nhip, of Tardy, Jin., Iiiim iiiivlwfd i uiiu-lmlf intercut in t lit? Auudniko Uunuiurnt anil it will hereafter be issued iinper the partnership niiiiio of Shaw tt 15liinkfii(.iip. .Mr. Ulan lawirihip eomcH to our city highly recommended by hoiiic of tin- most (iroiniiiuiil public ini'ii tif .MiHniiii Ami will ailtl vtsry materially to the iitreiiyth of tlui Democrat. - Kl tteno American. Thu IIoiihc passed tlui legislature, Cgitdativo mill judicial appropria. ilon liill. Am passed, it carries 5(20,171,110!), which is ri0:i,7l...

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. — 8 February 1902

Official Directory of Caddo Co. Probate .luJirc -Clmr.e !'. Crura. Attorney Herbert I) Crosby.; Trcniurrr W. II. Oiutnibell. Clcr't-UVKe ll.illlnucr. lcimlj- flrrU .1. C. Homlr. . Itci'Mcrof Deeds -Wm. I. Itcpy. Deputy Ui-bIsHt of Doeilt-A. W. Koont. Shcrlft 1'r.inlt Smlili. Surtfjor Cliiulct It. Jones. Supcrlntenlont of Sj1iooH-0. W. Turner. Sujit of iNiUUa Health -Dr. O. It. Hume. Coinmlsl n-n 0. . Clorelaml. John II. WlmberU . Kr-inlt II I'.irwoli. Judite ol District Co irt -0. 1'. Ilrwln. Clerk District Court IMM. Miller. District C'li-rlt V. V Vroonnn. Official City Directory. Muyor-W. II. Mvnw. City Attorney Vcnlo V. lliiMeastlo. Treasurer r.rrt H. Dixon. Clcrt:- W W. l'rlee. Street Commissioner K. llltxclip. l'ollcoJii'lKC M. Ilrlstnw. Chief of l'olloe -II. M. Cleaver. CHURCH DIRECTORY. 1'IIIST UAJ'llst Cliuroh of Anailarlio. Lot r. Illook A?. AMHilntmenw: lllblu SuhoolSiimlnj nt 10 n m. I'reaehliu " II a.m. l'reaehlni: " 7:.Wi.tn. Yiiubk lVople'i Mcctlnir at -i i. in. ITnyer...

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. — 8 February 1902

wmmKmmmmmmmmim w.m hwumiuji r -'J-TSTTV.iF, - j- Y... ' .lL2LijeJl !siiSijRffr'rWll '" ill 4 H Tenpm Topics Tbo lowliest work ho pcrfrcteth, Transforming, by bin care, Tbo bumble hut of Nnznrctb To many mnnsloiiB fiilr. Moro wondrous still! Of eaithly clay, Misshapen, marred by sin, He bulldoth temples, day by dny, That ha may work therein. Shall Selfishness drn Him Bwny. Of Kolly bar the iloor? Dear Master, make our hearts, wo pray, Thy dwcllInK evermore! -Ernest Ncnl Lyon m The Outlook. World Teinprruiir Movement. The annual convention of the Wo man's Christian Tcmpcrnncu Union, of Ontario, was held u-ceutly In tho city hall, Stratford. Thero was n fairly largo attendance of lcprescntatlvcs of tho whole province. The matters con Hldcred at tho vnrlouH sittings of tho lonventlon comprlfcd many of tho leading temperance questions of tho day. The license law of tho province wiir pretty fully discussed, and tho tonventlon condemned the lax manner In which that law Is enforced by the p...

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. — 8 February 1902

f? "BILLY cj Copyright 1PGI IiRily Slorjr "A most unnntural child sullen, sluggish, sneaking," tho rector nfflrm td, punctuating tho Indictment with pauses In his effort to bo exact. A shadow of protest flitted over hie wife's face. First, Billy wag motherless. Secondly, under cover of a garden hedge one day she had watched Billy take aim at n crow, and his eyes, eager, tweet and blue nB larkspur, had ap pealed to her unforgettably. Decided ly, Billy's oyes when they could bo teen, counted. 1 It was said of tho rector that ho know every man, woman and child In Iho county; and they, by reason t his ewcet cordiality ot manner, knew and Iood him. The rector owed his popu larity mora to n single grace than to the wholo big sum of his virtues a grace of sympathy so jure, so discrim inating, so replete with charity us to mako him Quite unofficially, of course, but In a very real sense, tho confessor of his people. But with Billy tho rector could make no headway. Billy was his thorn In tho...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 8 February 1902

' t .X- -Tiaw- Tt9 , fl pt9 m im&rm.mrrm : With This Issue emocrat l ' r- "WE3K: Mmm of the D We make our bow a hearty hand-shake to he good people of Anadarko, little and bi old and young. We would not leave out our most worthy brother competitor, no, no. We extend you a nearty greeting and wish you sucsess in your business enterpri se. Wei have planted our standard in Anadarko please consider us ond of you. a bona fide citizen in every sense of the word, as our every effort sh ill be set forth to assist the building up of our little city which unquesti jnabiy is The Coming City of 'the New Oklahoma. Our faith is strengthened every day we are with you and w hope to slniro and enjoy a part, at least, of the prosperity and growth of our, at present, little metropolis. We extend you a Hpecial invitation, one and all, to visit our storu and make a careful inspection and examination of what we are offering. Wo are anxious to have at least a part of your trade and with this in view, ...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 10 February 1902

ANADARKO DAILY MOCRAT Volume 1 . Anadarko, Oklahoma, Fedruary 10, 19 Number 129 THE ONLY ICE PLANT IN THE NEW COUNTRY IS TO BL LOCATED AT ANADARKO a&btf , r&B i i b I luvdrriido lunula ui.uoui We visited Riverside Indian school Sunday and tho courteous superintendent, Mr. Campbell and Ii'ir pleasant wifo showed UH through all tlu various buildings and rooms. There are in tliu neighborhood uf 180 Indian children enrolled and they cat and sleep in the spacious buildings providud ly Uncle Sam. These rooms aro all neatly furn'iHhed and well eared for. A large baury provides all tliu bread used, nearly 180 loavcH a day, and Indian boys do the bakir-g. There is a inanuel training school where vurioUH industries arc taught to the Indian youth.1 The sowing room, a largo bright, well lighted "room, is devoted exclusively to the purpose of teaching sowing to the igirls. There is a Kindergarden de partment whero the little totN arc taught their A B C's and wonder of wonders to model 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. — 10 February 1902

"W j'wrwHm&mnmmimiwmm tmm ' "' ii1 i1 "Uj'iynn ; ,w-ij rs w t LAST 1LE1U) OF BISON. LoLbor and Industry i Tke Women's Comer I ".WWi Wn"!JPP .lint I.lvn Thy Life. Just llvo thy llfo in full content, Iio nil thy boit with what la sent, Thou hut receive! what was meHiit, Juit llvo thy 1 1 Co. Juit llvo thy life. Ho not In foar, 'flip trtngth or wrong ulinll disappear, llu rlgliL In aver drawing near, Jnat llvo thy lite. Jut liv'o th) llfo Seem whnt thoti art: Nor from simplicity lepnrt. intl peuco ahull roino upon thy htart. Just live thy llfo. Homo ItuMlo Inilmtrlo. Iii one rewpect nt least horrut tlmo bring back vory forcibly to tlio minds of tlio chlorly In agricultural dl trlcts tlio fnct that alnco their ilny i undo Industries liuvu undergone Im ninnsc chnngeB. The loral conditions of iiiml Hie us regard tho asrlcul Itirnl nr.d cottage laborers haw doubt 1cm heon appreciably Improved during th"o Ing't fifty years. Wagon have Increased and much physical exertion hns been modifi...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 10 February 1902

BBMWW III1IMII ll PROGRESS IN TREE SURGERY. BmaamBinanBaBaiw With tho nccuinulatcil hundreds of millions that have conic to John D, Rockefeller he has established scv pral of the finest residences to be found In America. Tho two most notable of these ao Forest Hill, on East Euclid avenue. Clcvcfand, 0., and near Tarry town, on the Hudson. Mr. Rockefeller purchased his coun try rcsldenco and Iho surrounding grounds In 1801 for $C63,000. To this he adlrd In 1897 $50,000 worth of land In Sleepy Hollow. Then he bought 207 acies, comprising the Klngslnnd farm, for which he paid $200 an acre. It la on tho bold eminence of Kykuit illl, overlooking the Sleepy Hollow made immortal by Washington lrv- Ing and sacred, therefore. In tho an- nals of American literature, tho an- cestral palace of John D. Rockefeller, the first billionaire, will shortly be erected. Tills magnificent castle to bo built by tho richest man In tho world, will, when completed, bo conferred upon his hon, John V. Rockefel...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 10 February 1902

1 - .? - nWPg- "-J i aMBijaE 'sa K Anadauko Dhmochat. Dy PRESTON P. SHAW. Editor nntl Publisher. SUItSCUii'llDN I 'A'!"" . Ono yo r In iidvuncu - 81.00 Six moiithii in iiilvnneo $2.00 Three iiKinths In iiilvunuo 1 DO Advertising nil cm nmdc known on application. Application iiiikIo for tnuis.nlmlon through tin mulls at the Nstoillce lit Aimlitrkn, OIlulioin:i, ns ( cond-eltis mail matter. A.Vakaiiko, Oui.a., Fi:m. 10. ItNitf. Till) IjIWIOII NeWS, ill it VISMIi'iiry article, endeavored to colivilici) itself lli.tt tho new uouutrv ;h fin u enough icpiihlic.tu; iintl among Other hulllUlllUliollS uaioiiu tliiutnc 'ItiXallll Wlllllll all VUll) tllO IVptlllll- can liuki't in Oklahoma. 'I'lm republican party is a corrupt, in Oklahoma as in Ttxus. 'I lit1) favor tho same Iia'rinfil j.riiicpair. and lioiii tilt! location, Oklahoma ih democratic. liiirc onu tunnel (loinocrut dcnerts his cause and parts wo will gam twenty of tho pio- grewHivo republicans. Tin' pew cogntry is baloly democratic,...

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. — 10 February 1902

i I J Official Directory o iH'i' Probata Juilm' '1wrt" l' ' AtUracr-H'iTi I c'nof Treasurer- W 1. 'iiniptw . Clcrk-Ilylw l ' ' Deputy t'tor't ' ' llni'if llcicMor of IXf i W.u. I. L Deputy Iteirltt, . ( I In V Koimi. Shcrlfl -I'ninU m t '. SurYuyof-UhurtC1 II. Jimr Suporlntouileiitol S'i'i m f' Supt.of I'lib'lK llcn.l'i I" '' CoramlNl")iicr(-i'. A Wo ' V. Tumor. II. Itiiini-. kinl. John II. Wlmberly. I'rantf . I''" '' JudiroofDMrlHlcViin !' Hrwln. Clerls DiHlrict Cur ill i Miller. Dhtrlot Cleric -I' !' tf room.in. Official City Directory. Mayor W. 11 mvnitx. City Attorncj V'onlo V H.. ifintK" Trcaiurcr-linrtS. Ix-n. Clcrtt-W. W. I'rlro. Street Comml-miouiT K ' rolldoJuilifP-M. MrKiow Chief ol I'ollee -II. M. CUu t CHURCH DIRECTORY. KIIIST 1laitlt:iiurcii ol Aimilurlto, Im r llloult fti. Aliiwiiuiucuii; lllble School siumlui ut W n. in. I'rcachluK ,' ' " lu' lYcnchlnir iMl. tu. Youn I'eopip'H Mcctlnif lit . i l. ill. lru j or Meeting ThurMluj ul .. I', in. 1 I M. H'ii.t. I'nstor. TUB...

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. — 10 February 1902

m ('rK ", j lk' & M - I n gry enaPLHiN ? I r . Kr , J Dy CHAR.LES D. CASSADY (r'npyrlKht. Wl, by Paul and Philip Payaon wcro cousins an dissimilar In character ns they worn nlllio In appenrunco. In features, coloring anil physique they wcro al most Identical. It wns only when &ldo liy sldo that the difference, hetwoen thuiii hecamo noticeable. Apart It would have taken the closest scrutiny to tell which was which, navo for the Htrltt clerical crab or the ono and the ultra fnshlonnblc habiliments of tho other. The tli Regiment was tho only tlo they had In common, both be ing on Colonel Howgato's staff, tho ono was as chaplain and tho other ns paymaster. Paul was rector of a west-end church and among his small dock was Alice Houthcoto, n (Knout girl, of sterling qualities, the only daughter of n wealthy shipowner. Paul had nlwnys admired this beautiful creature at u distance, but now church work brought them frequently together nnd Paul's attentions grew more and more pro noun...

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. — 10 February 1902

r kr L K' i f DAIRY AiND POULTRY. INTERESTING CHAPTERS FOR OUR RURAL READERS. iar Ftirconful 1'nriiirr Oprrntn Tlil Dcpnrtnirut of tliu rami A I'cw tllnta fin tn Itie Cure of Lit block ami I'uultr). Wlicnmln ClirriMiixWrr' AtlArlnllun. Tho tenth annual meeting of the Wisconsin Chccso Makers' Apeoeliitton will be hold In thq city of Milwaukee, on the 8th Oth and 10th days of Janu ary, 1902. This 1b to ho ru oduca llonnl meeting on tho latest Improved methods of chccso making, both for eign and domestic, Including all nl Hod subjects. Speakers of national reputation of Canada and thu States havo been engaged at great expense to address this meeting. Professors and authorities who arc continually Investigating nnd experimenting along dairy lines, havo been booked for this occasion. Wo had tho largest convention In .ho history of tho association at Madi son last January, and should start this meeting with u big membership list, making tho tenth annual convention a record-breaker In tho ...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 10 February 1902

mmmmm ww'Ewseyre ww&r t : --- ., . tr i"gy 'lflnt ik $)(if It With This Issue of the Democra . ,..,.. ihii tiiiMMMriUwiMjlhBitajMBPfcit'l'' ' "'1 -- m i We make our bow a hearty hand-shake to the good peoole of Anadarko, I i Hie 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 htfv 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 nt our little city which unquestionably is The Coming City of the New Oklahoma. Our faith is strengthened every day we are with you and w hope to share and en joy a pari, at least, of 1 1 prosperity and growth of our, at present, little metropolis. We extend you a special invitation, one and all, to visit our store and make a careful inspection and exiimitmi i of what we are ottering. Wo are anxious to...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 11 February 1902

ANADARKO DAILY DEM OC RAT Volume I Anadarko, Oklahoma, Fedruary II, 1902. umber 130 THE ONLY ICE PLANT IN THE NEW COUNTRY IS TO BE LOCATED AT A C7 AR.KO desperate' men I Earl Young went to Unfurl to day. Steal Horses From Jail in Public Square. WILLCETAMANNEXTTIME" Ib tho Language of u Note Thoy Loft. J The killing of Sheriff Smith and Deputy Gcorgo Heck was evidence Rutticient that a desperate and dan. gorous gang of outlaws have their hauntH in this country, but lastuight thoy doubly emphasized the fact by . stealing two horses from the rack at the jail in the court house square and left pinned to the jail a note which read: We will get a man next time. From your esteemed friend, Hurt." A bolder piece of daring and dov iltry was never conceived or sue- eessfully executed before. It reads like a passago from the story of Robin Hood or tlie.Jamcs boys. In this prosaic matter of fact age, in a public square surrounded by scores of residences and business houses, a robbCY boldly comes...

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 February 1902

fj -' rnv,1wft -M 'If - t wy -irt iiiiliiiyrigfgTa." i 'mi .jjtMaT- fl' . r aaasaau i - t " , - r i;j,l TAJiMAGE'S SERMON. MIRACLE OF THE AX HEAD WHICH TLOATCD AT ELISHA'S COMMAND. .Niiturr'a ti Sim i' ii (1 01 1 In hlinir Itin I'liwrr f (Iml tCtiitiiilf f -Vitiililc ('nnvitralmia Stmiit hi tlir Teal "Tim a Irim lllil stilm," iCupyrlatlM. !MI. Ii I .out Klnpach, K. V rnnhlrint)ii, .Inn. ID. In thU dl tourM Or. Tnlinnvo makes prartleal iim of an nceurrenee hi the orient which baa nelilom attracted particular attenthili; text. II Kliign, vl, li, "The Iroi) dUl,nvlm." A thenlogleal no ni In my In tlio valley of halms, nuur the river' .Ionian, Iiml iHjeome so popular In the time of ICIIlliu, the" prophet. Hint morn uccom iiii)tlntloim were needing for the stu dent ( The rlnssroomii Mud the dor iiillnrlri H"iMt: 1r enlaiuw or nn hii tircly now bnllilliiK constructed. What will they do? Will lliey send tip to Joriiwilfltn and solicit contributions for this iihdurtnhlriK? HnWiifi inlsod th...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
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