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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 11 February 1902

0 ltio Wmling Inditati. Tho total ratch of whales this year la stated to be only twcnty-clght, and tho Industry Booms to liavo almost riached tho limit of nothingness. Half a century ngo the American whaling fleet consisted of over 700 vessels. Tho catch of 1813 was valued at J21.000.0CO. Eight years afterward tho value de clined to J10.7C6.0U0, and in JSS0 It vns only J2.CD9.72G. By 1S91 tho United States had only 85 vessels In tbo busi ness and tho catch was worth but $9S2,000. Whales havo becomo very scarce and mineral oils and mibstl tutes for whalebone havo seriously damaged tho trade, but If new llshlng grounds could be discovered it would bo profitable. Exploration In tho Ant arctic seas has given llttto encourage ment. Sea aftr sea has been ceplctcd of whales, until the huge water Inhab itants havo become scarce nearly to tao point of total disappearance. De troit Free Press. A WLconsln Family' l'rouilni-nee. Dr. Hoiwcll Park, one of the physl. clans who attended rrosldcrit ...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 11 February 1902

-ww iitiwu j no ANADAKKO DKAKn .AT. Tlir..iiKln.iit nearly Hie entire ecu- By PnGSTON J' SHAW F.ditornnd Dr. Hmi.st'lllriio.v i''P'-v. Ono yo r In luhnnce - 81.00 Slxmontlii in ath.incc - 2.00 Thrco itiontlm in luhunco $1.00 AtlvortVmir iiilH inndo known on Appllc.t u Application mii'lu for trims uls-don through tin minis tit the pimio.l.cc lit Anidarlin, Olcliilioma, us mcoiii-c1us mull mutter. Anadauko, Oki.a., I''i:ii. 11, idol. Tho lower Ihiiixo of tins Colorado egiHlatiiio adopted jo'iiit ri'Holiitions which will ho in-led on 1) lho hcii. nto Monday next, Hyinpalhi.uiy with UiolloeiH and appealing to 1'ri-riiili-ut Kocwuvelt mill congress to taki fltoprs to end the war in Soutl Africa. Tho under necietary lor foicig affair, Lord ('rnuhnriic, in answer ing a qiii'Hlion iroiounded ly Sir CJi.irleH Dike, radieal, informed tho 'Iioiiho of coiiiiiioiih today that tho American, (lerinaii and Britihh claiiim in Samoa worn now before King Oituiir of Sweden Norway for arbitration. The c...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 11 February 1902

i Off :al Directory of Caddo Co. lrobitf .Indite CliarU I' Crum. Attorney Herbert !). Cnlr. TreinurT V II. Cnnuilicll. Clerh-l)Uo milliliter. Doii.iiU I'lt-rlc .1 . llcmlr. . Itrirlv.er of Uenl-i Win. I. Iticer. OcniH lleulilcrof IIl-cUi A. W. Koont jjhorllt Frank Smith. Surveyor CIiiiiIcmH. Jpni- Sutierliilr'ndcnt of S JhiKjU -C V. Tumor. Suirt. "f lMWIo llcnllh Dr. 0. It. Hume. ' Cuniiulilnn3r r A Cleveland, John II. Wlmbcrl) rrinklU I'nrwcll. , ' Judiie of D.itrl'H Court C. !. -ttrw In. Clerk DWrlelt'imrl HIM. Miller. Dlilrlet Clerk I'. V Vrooraan. Official City Directory. Mayor V H. Divkii. City Attorney- Vcrdc,V. llnrdoasllo. Trcuiiu-r llert S. Dliun. Clerk V W rleo. Street l-nrnim winner -H llltiehc. I'olli-e.ludiris fl llrlituw. Chief of I'olk-e II. M. Weaver. CHURCH DIRECTORY. nitST ll-iplM CIrirc.li of An.ul.1r.111. Lot f Illock fii' Apinlntmeiilf r lllblo -v-lniul Smnliij lit III it lu. l'reii.'tiliiit . I' " ,m- I'rcaeliliiif -wp. in. Youuir reop'.e'x Meetlnif ufl'ion. 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. — 11 February 1902

Anadarko Democrat i'in:sr r. sii vw. VNADAHKO, - OKLAHOMA. OKLAHOMA AMI INDIAN TKItRITCIIlV Woodward ! figuring on water, Mi ii Us. liadai Uo now claims a population of .1,100 Payne county In estiibllihlng tlic Urst jmor farm in Oklahoma. The fixture) of the piwlotlicent Avocn hno been icmnvcd Ui Ashcr. Flw prlitOuor.s in tin' Jail nt Wnlongn bound tlio guard nnd oonpcd. There weio 473 entries at tins HI llono land olllce (luring December. Tin1 Cl.'lnlioinn ,fc F.tistcrii passenger !.iliij(nLtiU ' ",u "mc crowded. Tl'.oinktJ'ully, of uonr Norman, wa killed fn a runaway. Ills neck was broken. ( ordrll seems t have, m cured ton ( rtaluty tin lllaohwe'.l. Until X. South western railroad. During tlio your 1001, r.ia probate judge of Contullan county, issued 100 man Inge licences. rA procession of 17 teams hauled 35,000 Hiundx of luin-ohaudlso from 1'iireoU to Ashcr for one llrm. Major Hoss Oullln, of Kansas City lias boon appointed as agent for the riao ami 'o Indians. Mr. Hcnscll, of l...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 11 February 1902

ifillflllflSW'tilEfllllHWICIS Will Not Ask Congress to Act Be cause of Schley's Appeal TO PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT. Washington, .Inn. IS. Tlio Maryland delegation in congress, including senn t irs ond representatives, eonsldeiedthc imrvo to bo pursued In tho Schley ease, and reached a determination thnt, pend ing tins decision of President Roosevelt m the appeal to lw mado by Admiral whli'j to the chief executive, it would 'jo inadvisable for the delegation to irgo upon congress nny of tins resolu Ions or bills Introduced. The Meeting ins held ill the committee room of Rep resentative Wiituhur (Mil.), mid was at tended by Senator Mediums iinil all of the representative from .Maryland, ex cept Mr. .laclcson, who nan out of the ciU The various resolutions mid hills now before eowrrcss were gone over ' nud it was the general sentiment of those present that the ileloga lion would be favorable to nny of the measure" which fully t indicated Admiral Schley, but for the present, In view of the a...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 11 February 1902

$$ S- with This Issue of the Democrat olil i x e !" our bow a hearty hand-shake to the good people of Anadarko, little and big, ung. We would not leave out our most worthy brother competitor, no, no. We ,u a neartv ereetiner and wish you success in your business enterprise. We have ( pi r '- our standard in Anadarko please consider us one of you. a bona fide citizen in ovc oe of the word, as our every effort shall be set forth to assist the building up of our lir. city which unquestionably is The Coming City of the New Oklahoma. Our laith is strengthened every day wo are with you and via hope to sharo and enjoy a pari, at least, of the prosperity and growth of our, at prenent, little metropolis. Wo extend you a special invitation, one and all, to visit our store and make a careful inspection and oxnmination of what wo are ottering. We are anxious to have at least a part of your trade and with this in view, we hope to con duct our business so as to merit your confidence and patrowtge...

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. — 12 February 1902

DEMOCRAT Volume 1 Anadarko, Oklahoma, Fedruary 12, 1902. Number 131 THE ONLY ICE PLANT IN THE NEW COUNTRY IS TO BE LOCATED AT ANADAR.KO ANADARKO i GREATLY MOVED, Indian Hair-cutting Or. der a Source of . . Trouble. FOR THE YOUNG 'INDIANS. Ono Mnn Applies for Position 'of Qovernmont Barber. " Washington, February 0. There has hern an almost unlimited amount ttf comment, favorable and otherwise, over the rcocut order of Mr W. A. Jones, commissioner of Indian affairs, directing the agents of ihu diffurcnt Indian reservations bf tho country to requite all Indians under their charge to have their hair cut off and to quit using paint on their faeces. The order has been tho subject of tho editorial discuss ion in many of tho leading papers of the country and has has been a new and fruitful theme for the car toonist and tho newspaper humor ists. Tho commissioner ysterday ac ceived an application, written in all I seriousness and inclosing references, from a citizen of Anadarko, Oka., who wa...

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. — 12 February 1902

VI X I Ills ThOLt t Tra r. r?kfiPkTiT r m. .i.. JU'NJIIVJiSl . 1IUI1IU.I1H)', Ily n anions nntiual law of compen sation vurloiiR diseases tend to prolong llfo nnd Imurovo tho general health. Gouty and rheumatic persons, It Is ralil, linvc especial cauro to bo thank ful. Perhaps this knnwledgo will help them to ho more cheerful thnn they usually mo ul Reasons of festivity. Oout and rheumatism nre cxccodlng ly painful diseases, nnd, of course, In Bomo cases prove fatal, but they confer many n blessing upon mankind! nnd rheumatism particularly Is well known to doctors ns a pioventlve of mnny other diseases. It is a notorious fact that Routy subjects generally llvo to a rlpo age, and nlbelt thoy suffer very tioveroly at times, they generally enjoy excellentgoneral health, the very causes of tho gout keeping their blood In good condition nnd making It unendurable to many kinds of microbes. Tako half a dozen porsons over the ago of seventy who suffer from rheu matism or gout, nnd half a d...

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. — 12 February 1902

' PROPOSED NEW UNION LEAGUE CLUB HOUSE Rear -Admiral Higginson fiM f I ' J? ' t " s. s Sa &brc? cE Tho above Is n picture of the pro posed new Union League club house, at Chicago In appearance the design resembles the -palaces of old Home and Florence, the style being early fifteenth century renaissance. It Is tho slylo adopted In I-ondon by her gr.U clubs. It has stood the test of criticism, and Is gen erally conceded to be the best for such a purpose. It convoys a dignity and at tho same time possesses graco and beauty to a high degree. A leading Idea in connection with the plans of the building Is not only to provide a structure which shall of fer every posslblo convenience to tho club members, but to also secure a ! i u t 111 iiuiiui -f -" The Sixty-ninth regiment. New Yoik, part of the famous "Irish Brigade," en listed for thrco months, but In that time It took part In tho battles of Blackburn's Ford and Bull Ilun. Many members of the 03th were cr.pturcd In tho latter blood...

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. — 12 February 1902

AnaDAHKO D.KMOCHAT. jficial ulio could arccplal.K (in I your iniiiii) fill tlit toHiiniiiK iniiiL'K By PRESTON P. SHAW, ticlltornncl I'ubllslitir. HulisuHlimo.V l,ATl'. Ouo yo r In uilvitiicu - 14.00 81x month In mlwinco - $2.00 Three montlm In advance $1.00 Advertising rates nmdit known on applluiitlon. Application iniulu fur transmission through tlio malls at the ostn,ll!c at AnidarUo, Oklahoma, ns -ocond-elaiis null matter. A.vahkko, Oiu. v., I'i:n. 12, III02. Attention Democrats. Tln DemneratH of Caddo eonnt ate tcmindedol' the nn,'ontiicccHNity of immediate and' thorough organ. iz.dK.ii in this county and with this f..il in view I, an the mctuticr of the Territorial iJtmiourutio committee thcrcl, hoiehy call upon all of thoKo vr ti'is in Caddo county who arc op. pOHt-d to tho pundit Kcjinhlieaii rcyiuii'Iind hclivi) in the time lion orcd piinoiplc.M of the Democratic jWty lo iiNKcinhlu together at the) ;!.iw h.-reinafter named Tor tht. )Uii(i4,i of (.electing delegated to ilio ...

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. — 12 February 1902

Official Directory of Caddo Co, Probulc Juilk'c Charles I'. Crura. Atlorno Herbert I). Crosby.? Treasurer W. H. Campbell. Clerk -D.iltell.illliitfcr. 1KMI Cleric .1. 1'. Hendn . Ileiristerof Heeds Wra. 1. Iiee. Deput tieiilsterof l)?eds -A. V. Koontr. SherM rmnU Smith. Survojor Charles II. .toue. Superintendent of Sohools-O. V. Tilrnor. Supl. of IMblle llenlih Dr. C. It. Hume. CoinmlHslniicrs t. A. Cle eland. John II. Wiuiberls . I'miik ! l'nrwull. .ludirc of DNtriut Court 0. 1". Urwlii. Clerk DWrlet Court IMM. Miller. District fieri: ' ' Vrooraan. Official City Directory. MnyorW. H liivKiti. City Attorney Verde V. Hnrdenslle. Treasurer llert S. Mum. Clcrlt V. W. Trice. Street Commissioner- K. Mllsche Police. Jurttfe M. Ilrlstnw. Chief of 1'ollee II M Cleuier. CHURCH DIRECTORY. VIUST llnpttt Chureli of Aind.irko. Lot Illoott r;. Appointments. Itibio School Sutnl :it 10 h. tu lreuchluir " Ilu. in. I'rcnehlntr iiimiitn. Yuunif reoploVMeetlnirnt ! tn. , Meet.,,.- WoJ," Jl,,,. . THE Jon...

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. — 12 February 1902

nnnnmrnnnnnnnnnnnnmmnnnnTffinffnmmmmnnnnnn"nnnnnnnmB e . . c I Mascot OS" I n Hoodoo? i mmuuuumuiuMUUiiuuimuiiuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuimuuumum I ngfellow lin.i made tho "Luck of IM u Hall" Iciiown throughout the Eng I's -BtionkltiK world -tho story of llio f. s goblet which holds tha. fato of lUi- Musgraxc family, ami equally well known, alumni. In the Column Pear," which ciinl(H tho fitlo of nnotlicr liquid Kngllah family. Hut there are other In animate object which aro boHe'ved to 'xrclio nn Inltitonro over the peerage In I des tho pear nnd tho " I .tick." 'l'ii' ho a re-l "flrat rho)" nobleman (too really ncedB n fumlly (ihost nnd 11 family toiati iot or n hoodoo It doesn't (natter which. Tho modern crop" of family ghostn nnd niarcnts Is not at nil topia! to tho diimnnd nnd are not of much ac count anyway. Who euros tor n mod ern family shout? A family ghost In n plug hut nnd nwnliuwtiill coat Is simply rlillruloiii, Imt ono In armor Itf nuiro to ho doslivd than pearls oiul rubles....

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. — 12 February 1902

t V v " J HEU SOLDIEU BOY-5 At the open flap of his narrow tent hangs a strip of the in'.dnlKht skies, Tricked through by a myriad points of light, that flash In his tired eyes; He has wnked from n dream of a summer day, and, now, with a throb of pain, JIc pillows his head on his young right aim arid summons the dream usai.i. A pathway barred by shadow and shine, a glow In tlio golden west; A song In the rustling leaves o'crhead, ns a bluebird hushes its nest: A slip of a girl In a muslin gown, a cadet In a coat of grny Jlut the slim little hand he clasps In his Is a half of the world away) Under Dogwood Blossoms. BY GEOItGK BINGHAM. (Copyright, 1501, by Dally Story Pub. Co ) Not far from Cadiz, on tho crooked old Kentucky pike, an ox wagon cov ered with a dingy sheet overtook me. A tall man, who looked lazy, sat on n broken chair In front and drove, while back under the covor five tow-head wero stuck out to watch tho slowly changing scenery. Under tho shackly, rattling vehicle walk...

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. — 12 February 1902

1 With This Issue o f the Democrat m We make our bow a hearty hand-shake to the good peo 3le of Anadirko, little 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 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 ih strengthened every day wo are with you and vs hope to share and enjoy a part, at least, of the prosperity and growth of our, at prenont, little metropolis. Wo extend you a special invitation, one and all, to visit our store and make a careful inspection iind examination of what we are offering. We are anxious to have at least a part of your trade and with this in view, wo hope to eon duet our business ho as to merit your confid...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 13 February 1902

) EMOCRAT All AjLliIlVvl A i Volume I . Anadarko, Oklahoma, Fedruary 13, 1902. Number 132 THE ONLY ICE PLANT 3N THE NEW COUNTRY IS TO BE LOCATED AT ANADARKO Ik &L 4& iSKxtkl Mh pM & TN J J I The Missouri, Kansas and Texas R. R. l GOMING TO ANADARKO. .'V " Gradiug Oommoncod -Will Go Texus From Here- '. to Guthrie, Feb. 12 Tho Missouri, Kansas it Texas railroad company commenced here today the gradj"g for the extension of tho lino from Coffeyvillc, Kansas, to this city, a distance of 200 miles. Guthrie is a division point and a large tract has been reserved for terminals. The lino will extend from Guthrie to Kl Reno, Anadarko and into Texan, alBO via Oklahoma City to Colgate, I. T., and via Osage nation to Mus kogee, I. T HI Reno American. Tho railroad ooiiiuiittoomctinlho Probate court room yesterday after noon and elected Fred Pfaff chair man and Berry Randolph secretary. W. R. Dutton and P. P. Shaw wcro named as a committee of two to prepare a paper showing the re sourc...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 13 February 1902

i&XOf3SS(SexiX Washington Letter J Eelic of 'John Etamyata. 1 INCULCATING THRIFT CHICAGO INSTITUTION THAT HAS HAD SPLENDID RESULTS. (Special Latter.) TW" N marked contract swr to tho old onler of y ,, thing at statu ro- Wf', , captions arc tlio J1 1" now dignified and j t, stately function wnen me iinr. nosi and h osteal of the Innd receive for mnlly tlio distin guished olllclulB, iwho, wltn the prea- I'ltnt. represent tho government of tlio American people. ltnnmt'ra lleiinelmiiller gave liar llrst nt lioino this weok. when most of tlio kuciU ft inn 8ecretary Hoot's dlnnor party, as well 11 11 number if otlior iliurB out, called. Till Id one of the most pIciMtn' features of the coclnl n'liHon, nnd Baroness Hengelniuller la tlio originator. Her inception nre from 10 to 12 o'clock Kutiirdnyi, and It Is tlio hnblt of guests when leaving a dinner party to go to ' tlio Austrian legation to pay thuir respects. Re freshments aro served and there is gen erally music. Anions tho histori...

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. — 13 February 1902

V m v-" v-"",Tr R-ffl IF"'A W yZyJp. B BIS- 2 STTAtiEJ THEATrIcAL Gra&) 1:27 top io3 v! "It Is not often, I fancy, that ono de fends one's hero or friend from him telf." So Miss Morris begins her iKctdi of Tommaso Salvlnt In Mc Cluro's, und tho defense alio under takes Is of the man ns sho knew him against the autoblogrupher as ho mis understands "himself. "It Is astonish ing" bays Miss Morris, "what a mis leading portrait Slgnor Salvanl has dia-.vn of himself. I worked with him and I found him a gentleman of mod est, even retiring disposition, and moat courtly manners," and by many recol lections of a personal and professional Intimacy with this threat actor she shows us1 tho loal Salvlnl tho hater of hhams on the stage, the magnanimous star who thoupht It not beneath his dignity to rccelvo and accept a sugges tion from a newcomer in his pla , the thorough nrtlst who consldoicd not how a part would fit him, but how to lit himself to his part; the uffectlonate husband and father...

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 February 1902

ANADAUKO Dk.MOC'UAT. iiut .lie cado the iiiirciue emit .xoria, I' ' .ilso mir iltm.aiid ill SHAW & BLANKENSHIP, Publfchcn, PRESTON P SHAW, L. O. BLANKliNSHIP. Editor. MntiaKur, for arbitration. Judge Mran assured SlTllHCIIIITlON U.TJ"'. Ono jo r In uilvunco - - JI.OO .Six months In advance - $2.XJ Three months In nilvunco $1.00 AiHurllslnir rates made known on Application. Application made fur transmission Urouj:li tlio mulls ut the piHtoillec ut Aniiuirkti, Oklahoma, us Kcccmd-cliiss ItUll I 'M.ltlOl'. Anahakko, Oki.a., Ki:ii. lil, 11102. TlicTribuno is posing an 11 prophet ly assuring thu people of this city Unit thcro will lie :i spring election f"r all tlio oily council ami city of lioials. Wo Jiavi' heen tohl tlmt the Tribune has a trunii card up its slrovc in tlio way of a letter from the priwui t retiring attorney-gcii- oral in wIumIi that emiiiunt juror(?) states that it in his opinion that the city mayor will have to will a gen eral city election thin spring. Now, if 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. — 13 February 1902

Mwanwwvr IWHIMWtK.' I Ty Official Directory of Caddo Co. Prutxtc Jtulm C'Imrles V I'rum AttorDL') Ilerlwrt 1). ( rtil) 2 Treu-uriT W 1! CubuiIkM' Clerk -l)Uc ll.Uliiiiter. Dciiity i.'ltrlt .1 c. Ilculn llcitWtur of Dei'ili Win. I. I-iu'ey. Deputy ltmclster iif lK-i'iti A. W. ItoonU. Sheriff- IVunk Smith. Survpynr-Charlos II. Jdbim. Siiiorlntimlentof Helmuts -C. W. Turner. Su)t. of tNibllo lloulth-Ilr. C. It. Hume. CummhOonert C. A. CIcrelnml. John II. Wlmhcrlj. l'riinltll. l'.irwi'll. Juiltfe of UMrlut Court l". V. I'.rwlii. Clerlt II ilrlnt Court IM M. Millar District Clerk I I' Vmumnn. Official City Directory.' Mynr-V. II. Iiivkmi.. City AUornc -Venlr . !liiri!eust!i Treasurer Itort H. Hiiim. Clerk W. V Price. Street Commissioner -K. Hllsctic. Polleo Judie -M. llrtiton Chief of Police II. M. deuvcr. CHURCH DIRECTORY. PIKST Ilnptlnt Chiiroli of Auuilnrko. I.'it ft IJlook M. Al'iiolutrucnts lllblo Sehiiol Siitidrtj wl IU n. m I'rcnchltiic ' llu. m Prcachlnif ": I'-.ni. Youn PeopleN ...

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 February 1902

- UT F THE WREK By EDOAR. WELTON COOLEY (Copyright, 1. Iy Dally Story Piili. ru 1 . Valentino leaned linclc In his clialr. wiovcd His Manila Into bin trousers pockete nnd contcmpliitcil, with a Mid ilunly awakened navagrneii!, t.'io tltiHn Isl.ed letter beforo him. Again anil again lio read tho care fully wiltton linen, tho frown on his fjie- deepening with each perusal. One feculence partlcuh ily dlsplcnxod him; "Looking hack with a Judgment so bered liy the Intervening threo years," this sentence ran "I lonllzo thut my Impi tuoilty nilRDiiiitruuil your display of Just Indignation at my unfounded rimi-go of duplicity, and that my tem per always too hasty, forced rey lying lips to utter those foolish nnd heart less words of fin ewoll wot ds I would gle my soul, almost, to recall." 1'or thu twentieth time Vnloutlnc read that sentence over. Then ho drew tho point of his tstubby pencil tluough tho words and jumped to hln fact. Kor many moments ho paced tho llui t of tils cabin, his oyh...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
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