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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 13 February 1902

i)h -- f -f 5he TWO MADELINES Dy JOHN (CopyilglU, 1KB. by "It ho loved us wiiy did lio leave lis?" asked tho chilil, with that logic which exists only In tho unwarped minds of children of nit ages. Even harder to answer than that un answerable question wcro the slncero bluo eyes raised with questioning look to her own; nnd AIlco Newcomb, as If seeking an answer to give tho trust ing child, whoso hosd nestled so lov ingly on her bosom, looked out of the window to tho uunshlno nnd tho birds and nil the pretty growing things aud sought lii vain for an answer. Why had ho left them? Tho ques tion that had novcr left hor mind by night or day for five years; tho har assing, stinging burning question which it seemed to hor was branded into hor very soul. Her last thought each night, her flret at dawn, haunt ing her dreams by night nnd hor work by day, novcr forgotten, always unan swerable; 'Why had he left them?" Tho villngo had known no happier home, had never contained within its boundari...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 13 February 1902

- "S. $ (0) f (ID tic-,. With This Issue of the iJemocrat 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. We extend you a nearly 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 Htrongthened overy day wo are with you and we hope to nhare and enjoy a part, at least, of the prosperity and growth of our, at present, little metropoliH. We extend you a Hpecial invitation, one and all, to visit our store and make a careful inspection and examination of what we axe ottering. We are anxious to have at leant a part of your trade and with this in view, wo hope to con duct our busincBH so jih 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. — 14 February 1902

ANADARKO DAILY DEMOC I r Volume 1 Anadarko, Oklahoma, Fedruary 14, 1902. Number 133 THE OMA ICE PLANT IN THE NEW COUNTRY IS TO BE LOCATED aV ANAbAIUO J V OouUi Tlierc huh imvii h giunl lcal of' concern um to where wo hIiou.iI es tablish it city of thu dead, and Al though iimpi ol thu liiuiments havu beon in thu piv.ee of ground lying HOUlllU.lHl ot .ihu Catholic Mission, yet ilium has been euiisidurablu un certainty itiul doubt an to our right to uhu it lor thin purpose TIuh doubt, thanks to thu kihd ollices of Col. Raudlctt, is now dipcllcd, for he lia.i received an answer to 1ib urgent letter of inquiry suiting that thu government lias nut aside to the city ot Anadarko for a ccmelory, thu SK.fr ol thu NE oi Sec. U8, Tp. 7 north, Range 10 went. TIuh gives us a forty acre ecinc- tcry closo to the city and located on high rolling ground; ouu that can be bcauulicu at no great expense. , It was upon thu Coloiiel'rt nug gubtio tliut thiH land was reserved for thit purpose prior to thu o...

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. — 14 February 1902

w A Journey of exploration to what nro known p Uiii,iniL'r.ilil initios of t'leo initrii Is dosrrllipil by D. A. MacAlllitor ii the OpoRrnplilc.il Journal. 'Tlicy 116 41 tlio tnotiiitiiln ran i(o thnt extends for long dlAtmuo parallel to the Hod Sou mill 11 few leagued wost of Its tunnts, in 11 latitude rather Hunth of Eofu, on tlii! Nile. This, Uko some Jlhor parts of tlio region. hiicIi nH the jorphyry quarrfe of Jeliol, Uokh.an, ns fur bottot known thnn It lf now mil mart! thickly peopled, nhout twen ty centuries ngo; nnd only during thq (.resent one, ho fnr an we know, hnv Isolated explorers, nt long Intervals, fonml llielr way Into th treasure house of nnclcut l"cvpt. Whan Ith rul ts first used Jn tin ruld for pergonal adornment 1 in iln Whether tho targe, clear. . Htonott which, nc conlliiK to aurl.'Ut nuthorltlcs, orna mented tlio Egyptian temples wore really emeralds la a mutter of dispute, but thin gem, uwIiik to Its regular shape, which la commonly n Hlx-sldgd prism and Kb...

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. — 14 February 1902

r- i k V tKTMIAN SI'OUTl.VO MA?. Tom Eck la Hip veteran of cclo racing In this country. As n youngster he was quite an athlete, hoing a gooil cricketer, lacrosse ami football playor. piod runner and Jumper, and at ono time one of the fastest walks: h In Am rrlcn from one to live mllos. Uo ha held world's letords for tlip standing Jump, lick has also held world's rec ords on the high bicycle, tricycle and tandem tricycle, with Senator Morgan &n his partner Un took part in osvcr.il of the first six-day races that were held In the old day. He managed the flrst team of cyclists that toured America tnd In many town and city was the flrst man qver hcon 011 a bicycle. Kck was a Jockey for a while, and later became the owner of fast trottln? orses. In 188S he took tho flr.U team hi- V fcuclety man, Charles Llttlrflcld, tho fonncr Jockc). ami W. M. Barrlek. rrniu Iho W-1. The prominent nomlnntorn from tho middle west such as .1. V. Schorr of Memphis, Charles Head Smith of Chi cago. (5. C...

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. — 14 February 1902

u4WfaVtfVtUVl An vi SHAfc put L. f a. pli a tlll'"U All Ml, tllll ll . An p lMiilti- 8-'n,oi fu... Htlill' i tlllillll (ll.U III ii Tho .'tiilp -V h n a till1 Nil to IK' (ll law olll iioaii a oil. ) Dl.Mu. If AT. .MCKNillll', i'mliihm. j i, JKI-NHIH I.diiur. Matianur, nj( rui iM.OO 32.00 l.00 Ml on in tuadf tin 1 1 mi-. Mission mtU at the h.! "nf. at rlithtunn, ax mmiU-cIiuw Om.a., Kwi 1 1. nma. (jpnersi Tlt f ilin i HiuMliui; I i'i .in . his ar miry, timiM rent lfr driving ntli" is in ki.'ep psDo with oRlci.tl rt soiim ueojiloicontoitd uivrui tiro not aristocrat- mrt Chlff say tht thick in Lftwton l lint. .iddrcwirw a friffid (in that title in n loud tho window i-f eVcry he town jf.i ui niid a t in iixpi'iKO to the Attention Demoerats. Tin' Democrats of Caddo county aio reminded of tin' urgent nocciHit) of immediate and llinioiiyli orau i.utiou in thin county and with thin onil iuvicw I, as the member of the Tciiitoiial Democratic coniniiltn' thciool, hereby call iikiii all of thof...

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. — 14 February 1902

. Mv fOfficial Directory of Caddo Co. lVobut" JuiUe rtmrlM 1'. Crura Atlunio Hcrlicrt I). Croibr. Trcosirer V. II. Comptwll. '- Clr-rlt- Djlcc lljlllnircr. Ocpnu I'icrk J. 0. Hemlr. . KoBliterot IKmmIh- Wm. I. lace Deputy Uculitcr of Decilt -A. W. ICumitx SlicrlH frank Smllli. Survcjor -Charlci II. Juno. Superintendent ot Scnoota -C W turner Supl of IMbltollCtiUh-Mr. O. It. Hnuio. Cciiimi'Hlnncrs t A. CIctcM1"'. Jhu .AVImbcih I'ranh II. rrwolI. Jiidirn of Dhtrlol Court a P. I'.r in Clcrlt DMrlot Court -IV1 M. Mlllir Dlitrlci Clerk !'. P. Vrootnln. Official City Directory. Mayor-W. 11. Divkuh. City Attorney Vcnlc V. llnnlcu-lle. Trcnwircr Ilort S. Dixon. Clcrlt W W. Price. Street CotnmlHsloucr 1 lllttche, Poliee JmlKe M. Ilrlitow. Chief of Police -II. M. Cleaver. CHURCH DIRECTORY. , PIUST llapllst C'huroh of iniulni-J. tot 6 Iiiocii f(. ApiNimtincniH: Illltle School Sundny nt in it. Hi. Proiicnluit " II n. in l'rrtuflimir 7::m p. in. Younif 1'eoplo'H Mccllnir tit 7rt r m. Prayer Mi-u...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 14 February 1902

. . : . L t I t 1 c t M o H c: ii tt tt! 110 eh. tu PI br iiiu:.TiiiMi TintOKiii tiii: mouth 1w people ruallzn what mi linpor lam orgnn tho noun la. It la tin- Ilrst u f tlio organs of respiration, anil un less Itit fitiictloni aro well performed tho wliolo breathing process Is de rnpgcd. The noatrlls arc not open cav ities with smooth walls through which (ho hlr patsos In and out. as It would through a rubber tubn. Thoy nro ill vldrd Into Bovcrnl compartments by bony projections cuvnrod with imicoua membrane, ami (ho volume of nlr In entering 13 broken up Into several tttcams, so that nil of It comes In eon tact with tho lining membrane. This warm and moist membrane, ratchet) the dust and other Impurities, and warms the air so Hint It will do no harm when coming In contact with the more delicate membrnno In the bronchial tubes and lungs. When tho noso Is stopped up from any cause ono must breathe through tho mouth, nnd If this Is continued for any length of tlmo tho general heallb'...

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. — 14 February 1902

t k I i-&e-CJC-Ctn3fl3flSS35(U TW1JL1 Uteri' irhc day la cons. find from tho east, u(tni, ' Night's ahailow come apace; the ios? Jlrenthes out her oper fragrance cie It cl9.e: Ami yonder, godlike, uleams the eenlng star. Bllence U here; savo Just enough of sound To make Its presence foil; tliero Is no Htlr !A robin's lullaby, a rrlekef chirr Js'o moving: air In nil the trees urouml. Thus would I lme llfo's bun) Journey end, With shadows sw cuter thnu the xlaro of day, With muslo soft, and In the dappled sky Btur after star, n here itud there n friend Ktrlde forth to Mem tho pilgrim old and pray, i 1 ' Hint, like the twilight, put IiIh Inn- ileus by. C. a. 11. A BY DAI1NEY MARSHALL (Copyright, 1901- By Daily Story l'ub. Co ) ustcnsimy Si was a farmer nnu blacksmith, and occasionally a cattlo iirorciY'uui as uio agricultural rugiuu about him was poor, and the pasturage thuughV$xtcnslvo was Inferior, being cnrt)ffdchlcfly with plno straw, a diet to Avhlchytho sheep and1 cows did n6...

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. — 14 February 1902

V fill A 3 ip $$ ! t 1 e i I B H o! it tt a i oh, Wl bn With This Issue of the Democrat We make our bow a hearty hand-shake to the good people o. Anadarko, little and big, old and young. We would not leave out our most worthy brother competitor, no, no. We extend you a near y greeting and wish you success in your business enterprise. We have planted our Itandard 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 unquesti jnably is The Coming City of the New Oklahoma. Our faith is strengthened every day wo are with you and wj hope to share and enjoy a part, at least, ot the prosperity and growth of our, at present, little metropolis. Wo extend you a special invitation, one and all, to visit our store and make a careful inspection and examination of what wo are oirering. We are anxious to have at least a part of your trade and with this iu view, we hope 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. — 15 February 1902

ANADARKO DAILY Volume 1. Anadarko, Oklahoma, Fedruary 15, 1902. Number 134 THE ONLY ICE PLANT IN THE NEW COVNTRY IS TO BE LOCATED AT ANADARKO V Herod and the iviinos .u j w.ifhom -Eug au 1 iiii I thu Infanta of South Africa Editor Irish World: "TIil'U Herod, when he saw. that ho was mocked L the wise men, was exceedingly wroth and sent forth and slow nil the children that were in Bethlehem and in all thu coast thereof from two years old anil under. " Mathew if, 10. J n rcmotu ages conquerors resort- etl to thu transportation and trans planting of whole eommuniticsiand peoples, forcibly setting one people in a locality previously occupied by another atd forcibly removing the first occupant to inaku room for the second, thus exchanging thu .inhab itantn of entire nations. Hut no ty rant of antiquity ever huddled men, women and children as prisoners of war in concentration camps for in definite periods. Ab far back as the Persion ascendency, imperial con quest ana pretensions were upon...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 15 February 1902

,p58wwaii fN QUI 'f:' & v- '& W-' ft l& DAIRY AND POULTRY. INTERESTING CHAPTER3 FOR OUR RURAL READERS. How Funrmful I'urincrl ((pernio 11il ! purl nirnt of Ilia limn A I'rw llltit m lo the Curs of I.Wo htuili uml 1'iinllrj-. IIIIihiW Hints l)Mrjrmoir I'anrrnllnn. Tlio annual meeting of tho Illinois Slate Dairymen's Association wns hold In the city of Frcoport, January 7 to H. Tho nltemlancc was much hotter limn tlio average, anil was thoroughly reiroieutatlve. Tlio program had heen wril-propiired. and stifllclent tlmo was loft after tho papers for discussion, which Is n fcaturo to bo fostered. Tho president of tho nBsoclallon, Jo loph Newman, In his annual address, ;nllcd attention to the fact that tho association had been organized for 27 years. Ho Bald Its growth had been largely In tho northern part of tho Rtate. Tho Industry of dairying had not devoloped much In tho central and boh them parts of tho stato for tho reason that men could not bo found who would milk. Tli...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 15 February 1902

T ' f: V V I jr rtt 'PUN miH CRXMi"!? i be .'ore the ribllc though It win proh 11M lllili UJJU UullJLJA. aW bo blulsh biacU chemicals mo QUEEP AND COniOU3 AND EVENTS. TIIINQa round-l'rmlticlsi; l'lh fouiut In tlin Ciilim Btm nml r.lncitlirro Cojifcr Coverj for Hulhrar Go.elira IImm Whlto Ilhlnororoiut Cnrusgla .Mnieiim. Tho liiirrjlng llor.r". liow often the thought comes homo to me, As tho momenta hurry nway, Of tho many things I Intend to tlo, Somehow, somu tlmo, some day. Thoro nrc promises that havo not hecn kept. Though I always meant to bo true. Hot time 1st too short for nil the things That a body intends to do. I will wrlto u litter or road a hook, 1 wilt write n hit of rhyme; I will do the things that I ought to do Son day when I have time. So I look heyond, as I hops and plan, For the days that arc Just ahoad, Whllo tho day that Is here boos Into tho grave With Its opportunities dead. To-day 1b tho only day we have. Of to-morrow we can't be euro; To Baize the chanco as It ...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 15 February 1902

" .'! mfnii i 'tuv ,Bm ffify 'JW''flg-ylT ' vy.-'-y- i'!T'IW""llty 'V ''''!'ff'i'lllyyM''?' & t rv f I' ; . B m Anadahko Dilmocuat. SHAW & BLANKIiNSHIP, Publisher. PRESTON I' .- m - , ... D. ULANKI-.r-.bMIP. Hditor. Mn'naifor, HlIJl'-i iin Ono yo rin n,. it- Six montlis in ii Threo mont'.ii u ION llAT."--''. i-i- ilUCI) uilvunue n.w 41.00 Advert im application n'li-t miuli' known on ApilllUh'.ii-ll -i-dofop triUH lligrtioil tlironiili lln-i-iii'..-Ht tin- xwtoi(lt:e ut Anidarko, i ' (Ik mi, n i cnnd-cluiM mull iimuoi'. Akaiiauku, Dm v., I-'km. 15, loot!. Mcinoriiil fi-ui Kilipi oh, present cd to tlui .Senate, ark for lnto '4ilitH nml ua tlml to the island :i Colony would be, (o turn iIipiii over lo anarchy. Henaler Ibvi-ridgo miy llm Aug lo-Sap:iiiinh nvw inostiii u war with ItiiHHiu at mi ilitmit period. Count C.iHinian, llniitii miti'Httir, flays llio 'amid ruin . .i.l" in tlii! fur Kant Ima lioi-n Hlinttfn-il 1y tlio treaty House pH-n i ilu olemuiino bill tiy n in.ijnrity...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 15 February 1902

a J 4 vl 1 'rtfig Official Directory of Caddo Go, Probate Juiliie C'harlct I' t'ruoi. Attorney Herbert I). Cnxby.i Treasurer W II. Campbell. Clerls-Il!elltlnitrr. IVimtj jL'Icrk J C. llenilr . IIcKMcrof UeoiW- Wm. I. I.nec. Dci'iU) ltcirl.rr of IJcciJh-A. W. Knoutr. Sheriff -Krnntt Kraltli. Survcor-CharlM II. Jones. Superinlou.lent of SehooN-CJ. W. Turner. Supu of IMb'.lc Hcnlth-I)r. C. II. Hume. . ComtnluIAncr C. A. Clcvclnml. JMi !l. AVImbrrir. l-rtink U lirwe!t. s, J Juiton i( Dutrlot Oiurl -0. V. r.rwiti. ) Clerk UlttrlCl l'(uri-fl M. Miner. District Cleric -K. P. Vroomin. Ulliciai uuy mreciory. Mayor-W. II. IJIVKU". City Attorney -Venlo V. lianlratllf . Trcmurer-llort S. Dliuu. CIcrU -Vf. W. l'riee. Strocl CommlHtlooer-K. llllsclie. 1'ollco JmWe M. HrLtliiw. Chief of rollco-H. M. Clcucr. CHURCH DIRECTORY. FIKHT ll.itl-t Cburcli of AnniUrko, Lot R Ulocu n, iwiiiiimciii lliblo Stihoiil Sunday ut 10 n m. l'rcaoliliitf " II in. I'renetiliiK " T-ZO !' m. VdiiUk- I'riip'o'H Mcctlnir ...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 15 February 1902

-- JT h. J! !l ! , if 11 'I u H II tl ! id, -vc NiT llCtl cb il lpr M -oi iiifof rv A r"" &ySfi39t "tfl t-NV IK2L H-oOS1CJa v Nw) T rrv) rf v a-"Ow w" ' !" fc3&' I.IUo flrtu'lill tfHPil to l)n. tell you what, I'm goln' back sorry 'at I came; Th' way joti treat a llttlo boy like mo Is Jua a shamo! Von ahalto ino an' you bcoI' mo, an' you never Ulso mo, too, Er nvor tnko rao on your lap Llko grun'mn used to dot Jua 'cause I take a cookie or a spoon o' Jam or bo, Er try tho tnrt.t n-coolln' In th' wlndor In n row, You whop mo 'stead o'smilln' novor my, "Take ono or two," That "all aleh things la mado for boys" Lllio gran'ma used to do! Jua' 'causo I Ketch n chicken or teach Tabby how to Bwlm, Er tlo a airing on Rover'a oar nn' rldo aroun' on him, You" Jaw mo 'stead o' sayln' that you "roally novor knew ' A boy so fond o' iinlmnls" l.lko grnn'mn used to do! Jua' 'catiwi I go a-flshln' in th' tiough behln' th' barn, An' uso a cano an' hutton-hook nn somo o' your rod ynrn, You alt...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 15 February 1902

1 T t- These are the days when tho mag natea of tho National, the American, and all the various minor leagues are crowding the columns of the newspa pers throughout the country with chatter about their sentimental lovo for the noble game of baseball. The leading men In all the leagues build their "long talks" for tho newspapers on the rather fragile foundations of sentiment. Both Spalding and Frced man, who head the rival factions In the National, base their icspcctlvc con tentions In litis nirtuy-angled fight for control on ihc'r pure and tindofllcd lovo for tho ijanw "resident Ban Johnson of the American leaguo gravely af firmed only yesterday afternoon that he entertained a sincere and lasting re gard for the natlonnl game, and that ho was guided by this feeling in fihnp Ing the policy of the Important leaguo of which he Is tho olllclal head and front. Whitfield and Hlckcy of the clashing minor leagues In the west, nnd Pat Powers and Promoter Fnrrcll In the east voice kindred opi...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 15 February 1902

i ith This Issue o Democrat i the (0) 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. We extend yoij a nearly 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 sensje of the word, as our every effort shall be set forth to assist the building up of our little cjty which unquestionably is' The Coming City of the New Oklahoma. Our faith in strengthened every day wo are with you and wis hope to share and enjoy a part, nt least, of the .prosperity and growth of our, at present, little metropolis. ' f- We etond you a special invitation, ono and all, to visit our Htoreand make a careful inspection and examination, of what we axe ottering. Wo are ruxsous to have at least a part of your trade and with this in view, wo hope to eon duct our businc-s o as to merit your ...

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. — 17 February 1902

ANADARKO DAILY P Il 1 IB BC im I jiFI Vlvrl 1 If Volume 1 . Anadarko, Oklahoma, Fedruary 17, 1902 Number 135 feTHE ONLY ICE PLANT !N THE NEW COUNTRY IS TO BE LOCATED AT ANADARKO 1 Amuijj?1 a. Whim "so. Indianapolis, Iml , Feb. 1 1. - Tin Sentinel tomorrow will ayi "D. M. Parry, vice-president ol tin Al H.UU fiictu i'01'r Association, who probably will be elected president of the .coming con v ciit ion ihoro in May, is lining urged for the vb-o-presidential iuiiniii.it ion .011 ilie ticket with President Boosuvclt. "senator licveridgo was an nounced to Air. I'urry and ibis close friends that ho want to stay in tl e .senate ad will not Allow bis name to Ihi used, and lie in urging Mr. Carry's nomination. "The two called on President BoolovcIl two weeks ago in Wash ington, atulsluriug the couvursation in the president' private oflicc, the president jovially slapped Mr. Parry oil the back and asked bim how ho would like to 1-e -on the ticket with him in 11)04. iMr. Parry is a close frie...

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. — 17 February 1902

y H Anadarko Daily Democrat I'KI-SION V. .SHAW. ANADAKKO. OKLAHOMA. AN ILLUSTHATCIi SEKMON. 1'rnixtit.r'a Hon 'IMIti-t HI r.itlmrM Alt' iKinltlini I.llorullr. "I do not know what to mako of that boy of mine," mill a woll known min uter of tho gojpol. "I havo tried to ' bring him tip In tho way lie should K', but ho Is always mining hack nt mo In n wny that destroys tho valf.o of tho lessons that I try to tench hltn. Tlio othur day IiIb mother Informed mo that ho had hcon throwing Btonos nt ono of tho neighbor's little hoys, and t colled him Into my study to quostlon him about It. 'My son,' I aid sadly, 'what Is this I hear about your mlicouduct?' 'Why, papa, finld hr T havon't boon doing nnythliiB that I ought not to.' 'Your mother reports that you havo been throwing stones at tho llttlo Jones boy. 'And so I did,' h- r'loutcil defiantly. 'Do you think i.iut la tho proper thing for n llttlo Christian boy to do?' 'Why, papa,' ho answered, 'you said journulf that a llttlo boy could pre...

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