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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 19 February 1902

I 1 ii it- v j nrnuiE hr 6ihl nil Authorizing the President to Choose Between the Routes. WITH CONDITIONS PROVIDED. Washington, .Inn. an. ScrntorSpoon it introduced n substitute for the Nic aragua canul bill. The new bill Is u practical authoriza tion to the president of the United States to choose between the Panama and tho Nicaragua routes. The first provision looks to the acquisition of Ihc franchises, right of way and other property of this Pnunma Canal Com pany, of Trance, Including that'com pany's control of the l'nuaina railroad. The president 1b authorized to pay 640,000,000 for these, "provided a satis factory title can be obtained. ' lie is tlit'n authorized to secure the necessary concessions from tho republic of Colom bia, these to Include the pcrelual con trol of a ten-mile strip of territory from the Caribbean sea to tho 1'aclliu ocean. A canal sulllclcnt to accommodate tho largest cssel Is to be constructed 4hc supervision of tho secretary ort&Ptefl Tho bill also ...

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. — 19 February 1902

"!?"" MMKIiMW H s I" 1 Julu Wantod I'mI illllllllfj I ii-llldl Well JO feet deep ' iniii'M i-uiitl) nl town. Noiook Male whether horse power or hand drill. .1 V Allison, box !!(), city. - Found A hook of wimple job work, evi dently thu propel ly of 'Home new f paper office. Will exchange the tfainv for copy ol die Life of .Iuihch 0. iilmnc 1 mil f .i- . Owinj in tin-U i tiiut we Imiv sold our Ims'incss interests heic, and desirinix to clone up evcnthiiii,', we take lli in menus of uutifjiiifj nil ihosc kiniwino, thctusVlvis ind 'htcd to lis Hull we will expect n nettle ,imiin l Poll. SJOlli, either by cash or bankable note. Thiinkintfnll lor tlieirkiml pnlioiinye in tbe pasl ue beg to remain, Vours l.et'p Logan & Kricnd, 15 II Miller, ninntgcr Patties buildiig sidewalks will do v II to limine with Aln field itiiiibor Co., asthc liavu on hand ft large Htipply of txil and iixBsiiita hie for thiH work which must go rcgnidlcss of pi ice. 1.1712 Atiaditrko in in the throe of an other...

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. — 20 February 1902

ANADARKO to- I Volume 1 . Anadarko, Oklahoma, February 20, 1902. Number 138 kTHE ONLY ICE PLANT IN THE NEW COUNTRY IS TO BE LOCATED AT ANADAR.KO V r i.( d V f DUTJOHJS blLlbUb, Wanted to Go St. Louis on a Trip. COMMERCIAL CLUB SAYS NO. Mr. Randolph Excoriates tho Even ing Tribune Editor in Plain English- An a member of tho committee selected by tho Commercial Club to confer with Mr. Finney in St. Louis, I was surprised and humiliated when tho 1 ribuno on yesterday afternoon came out with an article venting tho spleen of Mr. Button, who was dis appointed by reason of not having been selected as a member of that committee. I desiro to state tho facts as I havo learned them. Mr. Dutton met mo on the streets and urged my attendance at tho meeting, stating that important railroad matters would como before tho club. I did not know what was on tapis until J arrived at thu meeting and was ap proached and nsked if I would ac cept a placo on tho committee, and I assured tho gentleman that I w...

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. — 20 February 1902

V immvi i i miJf -i,"'a,lTI ' PA11M AND GARDEN. OTTERS OF INTEREST TO AGRI OULTURISTS. Mima L'p-tii-l)nta Hint About Cultl tntlcm of Ilia Roll and Yletili Thereof llhftlutiltiire, Mtlcultura xnd 1 lurlculture. Fruit In Mnrahall County, llllnnli. From Farmers' Hovlcw: Thcro nrc very few lioro who muko anything llko n specialty of fruit crowing. The frultn which nro u success at all arc thoso that naturo protects or those thnt u ro strong enough to breast the sudden clmngea of cllmnto and Insect pests. Perhaps the most successful of tho Binall fruits Is tho strawberry. The reason for this Is thnt thoy aro easily rovorcd with straw by tho farmer, or, If neglected by him aro protected by tho rank growth of wcedB that spring up nfler tho fruiting Beason. This protects them from tho sudden and frequent curly spring changes In torn poraturc. Cherries aro gonerally a successful crop, especially tho Early Itlchmoud. Tho Into cherries nro very soldom of mush nccount, because of tholr Insect o...

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. — 20 February 1902

X : f i i 4 S-M!. Ly & Washington Gossip. (Special Letter.) OME of tlio must popular breakfasts which are being given In Washington this winter are those served Sunday mornings In the qua.nt old house in Lafay ette square which Is occu pied by Senator Hamui. Corned beet hash and buckwheat cakes arc the chief dishes offered, and con nollsscurs say that those arc the finest dishes of the sort they have ever tasted. Mr. Hanna numbers among bin Sun day morning guests fellow senators, diplomats' cabinet o nicer uiul the up per ten of the nation's society. As he Is remarkably free with his Invitations the table Is always filled nt his Sun day morning breakfasts. Several of his guests, "Uncle Joe" Cannon of Illi nois among them, were so fascinated by Mr. Hanna's hash that they did not wait for an invitation the second tlmo they felt hungry for that sort of food, but mado their way 10 tho Hanna home and the first intimation tho senator had of their coming was when the butler announced t...

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. — 20 February 1902

W.JU1 A I I I Ana daw ho Dkmochat. SHAW tt. I3LANKENSH1F, Publlshm. PRESTON l SIIAv7, - - liclltor. (L. D. DLANKENSHIP. MnnnKor, UUIlSCItll'lin.V ItATKM. Ono yo r In mhunco - - il.00 Blx months in ml t unco - 62.00 Three months In tiilvunco J 1.00 AdvertWIni; rules inuilu known on npplk'iitlon. Aii'illeulloii iiitttlo for IrnnsnilsMlon fhroiiKh till' m.iili at tho 'miMiiiIIijo nt AnnlpHto, Oklitlrimit, li" snoiiml-oliisii mull nutter. Anauakko, Oisi.a., I'Vii. 1!. MIO'J. It. I). HI;iiiI;ciinIhi of Puiilr, :in Old uniilent of linrry county mill Ono of tho wheel horses of tloinori-.f cy, h:is puicliiiMi'il ;i li.ilf intorott in (ho AiKiil.uko I), illy Dointior.it anil will i iovo to lli.tt fit almiit Mm oh I Hi. Mr. Ithmlu'iiKhip litis :i IiohI of frii'Mils in HimtliwtNt .Mixsonii, who, tvhilo llioy rop-tit IiIk tlo,,iirluio, unite in wishing him yro:it hiucosh in his now lioltl of work. Monotl Tinios. Lottor From Wildinuti Wililmuii, Ok In., I-Vb. 11). .Much 1i:ih 1 icon trutliMilly ...

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. — 20 February 1902

imiejpjr!" Y M il fr A $ 'H k i v'f sj.n Official Directory of Caddo Co. l'robitlo Jmliro Clmrlc l I'rum. Attorney - llBrlxjrt I). Crwt). Trcnmifor W. II. Campbell CIcrh-llslicHjlllnisor. Dciuly Clerk J. C. Henitr . lleirtotorAf O.-oiN Wni. I. I.icoi. Deputy ltoirhtor uf DettU -A. W KiMinU. Sheriff t'Y.intt Smith. Suncjor-Cli.irlew H. JotiO". Supcriutendont of Si'liooln C. V. Turner. SupL of I'ublle H.-iilth-tr. O. It. lluruo. UommNUineM -C. A. Cleveland. John II. Wlmberlr. Prank II Kiirwoll. Juditc of Dlitrlct Court-O. P. Krttttl. CIcrUIMtilolCLMirt -I'M M. Miller. DMrlct Clcrlt -P. P Vrootn in. Official City Directory. Mnyor-W. 11. tiivuip. City Attorney Verde V. HiinliMxllu. Treasurer- HertH Dixon. Clerk -W. W 1'iloe. Street CominUiloncr 11 Hilv?hr lollvaJuiUc M. Ilrlstow. Chief of Police 1I.M. Clcucr. CHURCH DIRECTORY. FlltST lliptlslChuroh of .MuuLirku Iil ft Moult Si, ApiMiInliuciil-.. Illblo School Sumliiy t I" 'i. in. Prcnelilnir " II a.m. PrearhlnK 7SW !. m. Young 1'cople'n...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 20 February 1902

rfH K). k,' !- ftv x- juh' k- h l aa srferBrAHiSi M .m I'M EJ EM V h s .. J&fAI -!- )T!1EATRICAL TOPICS New York Ih enjoying a now- story I bout Itlclinnl Mansfield. Wlich Sousa ictiirnod to Now York lio was exceed ingly anxious to glvo a concert at a 3roadway tlicutcr, but the only one available was tho Herald Hquaro. of whlcli Mansfield Imu tlio oxcluulvc con trol for eight weikfc. Col. Illnton Visited tlio groat artist, lint his propo ( Itlon wna rejected with Beorn. Mans field could not think for ono inonient Of tolerating n brass Imnil within tho pnered walla which elx nights In the week aro privileged to re-echo tho onc of his voire. Illnton, who Ik n jnnn of great resources, was struck liy a happy Idea. Ho softly Riiggonted 10 .Mansfield that of nil tho composi tions which It had been Sousn's proud lirlvllcgo to play thoso which had Just ly earned the liaudninster'H greatest admiration were tho compositions by ono Itlclinnl MniiBfleld. It In Bald that n smile replaced tho...

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. — 20 February 1902

ft .- - - - - - :!; IS Dy DLANCME STERLING ii'i'ii Il'l'i'lll Copyright, IfKK, by Dolly Story Pulillshlnc Company. '' S ' '' '' I When I came to Boston aa a student two years ago, I llttlo expected to bo living on Hcncon Street nt the end of my course. My sojourn In Now '.ug land began very modestly. My to-ai had been arranged for beforo X left homo, and I had consented to share It with somo unknown young woman, In order to lessen expenses. For weeks that Individual occupied my mind to tho almost cntlro exclusion of every thing else. I conceived of her ns an ox atnplo of every typo common to tho human race, and then as a composite pcrsonago typical of notlrng. Of course, sho would be a Northerner, and I felt In my Southern 60Ul thai ray provincialisms would get tho discipline they needed. "Miss Latham, this Is your now roommate, Miss Courtcnay, of Balti more," I am afraid T was a little nervous ns I shook Miss Latham's hand, but thero was not tho slightest traco of sclf-consclousncs...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 20 February 1902

n m .i i 14 lit Bids Wanted I'or drilliiij; ii O-inch well 50 feet deep (1 miluHHoiitli of town. No rook otalc whether home power or hand drill. - J W AIHhoii, box :M0, city. Found A book of Knmplo job work, evi dently tliu properly of hoiiio iiuivh paper olliee. Will oxehaii",o the fame for copy of the Life of .lanicn (. Illaino. IDDff Notico Owing to the fact that we havo Fold our liittim'HH inlorewtMlicre, and desiring to clone up everything, we take thin iii:um of notifying all ihoNe knowing theniHclveH imhhtcd to uh, that we will expect a nettle incut by Feb. H.Mli, either by cash or bankable note. Thanking all for their kind patronage in the paHt ue beg to remain, Vourn Hcii'p. Logan it Kriend, H II -Miller, manager P:irtii'H building tddtiwnlkH will do well to liguie with May Held Lumber Co., an they havu on hand a large mipply of l'xi! and 'JxS muta ble for thin work which miiHt go regard Iohh of price. lUTt'J Personal The liuly who had to leave the dona tion party the other...

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. — 21 February 1902

t ANADARKO DAILY fJ Volume 1 . Anadarko, Oklahoma, February 21, !902 Number 139 ) THE ONLY ICE PLANT IN THE NEW COUNTRY IS TO BE LOCATED AT ' ANADAR.K ) ttN8UiUk,ru Olio ,.. ARRESTED Twenty of tho Band Lodged in Jail at Muskogco- Muskogee, I. T., b'h. Ill Twenty-four iiiimiiIhth of tins Crazy Snake hand who wore arrested yes terday near Henrietta wore brought here today and lodged fin the fedcr al jail. Lab-Tab, Miiico, and nine othcra of Crazy Snake's band eseapod from the ofliccrH. Several of tho uuinbcr wre in last year's uprising. Nothing has yet hcon heard from the Ishparbechcr homo, where 0.1 Monday evening a band of twenty full bloods, led by aChitto Harjo himself, were endeavoniug to take an American flag fromtiic ex-chief. The Oklahoman. r" Oklahoma 0 dl Guthrie, O. T., Feb. SO. West ern Oklahoma is buried under tho hcavcHt hiiow since tho opening to settlement. In Blaine and Grant counties it ib over two feet deep and in many places the .trains cut through drifts of three ...

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. — 21 February 1902

whlrh will be dccliletl next year At Hhcrpshcad bay. There arc twent,v tlneo stakes for the spring and tho fall mcc'ing, unci ono the Futurity fer 190t. All the stakes rlote on Jnn 2 1U02. The value of tho stakes anJ civei night laces will amount to ?2CX 000. Historic Mero.orial Flacas aad Building's of tKe Great Battle of Trentoaii 1-3 i H I'uglllstli rh.imploiiH wcro bottled Ivor III." ten plim In (lie IiihI your tiiul if, the men who twelve mouths ago. ho " Hip top-notcliprs in tliflr respec- Iv'e (lasses. J .1 JilTrlcs Ih (lie only inr who still i Plains tlu title of chani plon The most notnblo line contest of tlic your was tlmt between tlio lilllierm undefeated Terry M( Govern iiiil 'Yoiuig Cot belt." which took place l'hniikegivlng afternoon at llnitford, 'ohn . mid In whlrh McOovcrn wns nocked out In tliioo roiiiulH Theio ire ho many cIuhhch In tlio light. Avel- er nil middleweight divisions and ho iuiilv claimants for tlio honors In these lapses that tiny .arc now designated...

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. — 21 February 1902

m ? rA PA11M AND GAKDEN. MATTERS OF INTEREST CULTURISTS. TO AGRI. Ho inn tlp-tn-ltnto Hint Abont Cultl tutlnn of Ilia hull pnit Held Thrrmf Ilbrtlculturu, Vltlcultura mil Murlculture. KlirlnkuRo of Corn. Tho. vnluo of any variety of corn imust bo determined by 11 number of .things other than the yield per acre, lit has geuorally been supposed that tho relative valuo of two kinds of corn could bo determined at harvest time. Thus, If one variety gave SO bu3hols per aero and another 85 bushels It seemed nn easy arithmetical problem to detormlno which corn was tho best. Old corn raisers, however, Unow that this docs cot prove tho case unless the corn Is to bo sold Immediately after harvest. The fall weighings of corn and tho spring weighings differ enor mously. Tho dlffcrcnco runs from G to 25 per cent of tho wholo weight of corn harvested. Even greater differ ences havo been noted, especially In prize crops to bo harvested at a certain time. In such a caso It was only nat ural that tho...

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. — 21 February 1902

-1 ? Anadauko Dilmoohat. SHAW & BLANKENSHIP, Publisher!. 'RESTON P SHAW, .. D. ULANKGNSHIP, liclltor. MivnaKur. SUIISUllirilON HAT". Onoyo rlnaihancu - $4.00 Six months hi ailviinio - 82.00 Thrco montlm in advance - $1.00 AilvvrllsltiK rules made known (in application. A)ipllc;itlon imulu for tniiiHinlHsHm through tho minis m the poMotllce at Anadarko, Oklahoma, iih second-class tiiull ii utter. Anaiiaiiko, Oki.a., Fi:ii. '21. U102. let' cretin Sunday -it Ingram t JiloiriiiaiiV, between 5tli iind (Itli, on Iivcrn iivoniic. i:tilt,J SOTHEHN'3 LITTLE JOKK. 4U tt veutrlluqul.t II. Vlnj, Te'ck 111 I'Artnrr. One cf tho peculiarities of Sothcrn'a laboratcd JaKca was Iho nay In which M vorl eel nji to thorn. Ho piv'c-niled fc have (lUcovoiod accidentally that he fosessed tho gift of the horn ventrlln. Jlulat, nnd arrai'Rcd an experiment on ho occasion of a supper paity given In fcls honor nt a pleasant l;ouo In a Lon don cuhiirh. Thoro was a foolish kind t linngcr-on of Sothcrn's who l...

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. — 21 February 1902

0 mr Official Directory of Caddo Co. l'rolmlo .liiitito -Charlo V. ' ' Atlorncj-Herbert 1). Oroilij. Trc.iurcr W. II. Cnmpboll OlorU Dvfec llilllnKor. Hqptlt) Ulortt -J. C. HeiMr Kotftaterol Deeili -Wm. t. U, Deputy Hmhtcrot Ilecl-A t Sherllt-IVank Smltli SurTPjor -Ohnrlot II. .lone. Soprrintpudoiil of SeVioN i ' V Tiirnor. I lump. Supl. nr l'ulilla Health Dr. H .Cunimloluprs A. CleHAWi John II. IWIml)L'il. Krniiltl! I'arell. .ImUunr DMrtot Oo.irt O I' ni. OlrrkD.-trlctCiiuft. MM. Mlllfr DWrlot Cllr-rlt -V. V- Vmanim Oificial City Directory. Mayor W. H. Otvr.nn. i.'lty Attorney Vrnle V. Hurl -uillc. Treasurer Hen S. Dixon. Clerk W. V. Trice. Strenl Conimlsloncr -B. IHl" Poller. I urtim M. HrMow. Clilct of I'olloo - II. M. Ulr:VPi CHURCH DIRECTORY. K1IIST IS.itla Church of Am.Umo. tot ft IJlook 5J. Al'lK)lntmrntH llllile Suliool Sunda) nt 10 n iu. IhPuehlntf " . II "' I'rcarhlnir " 7-Wp. lit. Viitm r lnti'itf MlPtllll? Ill i H' 1. Ih-ityer Mei-ituir Thurlaj nt 7-; p. in. U M. Hol.T. ...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 21 February 1902

V RODE A WILD STEER. ',- $H'$--0'-$ '- v- Tke Odd Come? For Boys aad Girls t t 4'V4t444444t444"' - $ - 'i'hero'va lit'oii races with yachts. And with horses and wheels, Willi steamships, balloons, Ami with automobiles; lint over green billows Tlmt frcozo as thoy roll, Now tlio nntlons nru oil In a race for tlio 1'olr. Hold Ponry and Baldwin, In uniforms 111 no, Tlio Dnko of Abruzzl, Ami llornlor, too, And a dozen of othora Am out, every soul, For tho secret tlmt lit At tho lioart of tho llilo. Hut lot Briton and (Ionium And KiiHfllau nnil .lap .Ml on tor tho llsla In tho groat handicap; l'or whon thoy nrrlvo Thoy will find ut tho goal Old (llory nflont On tho top of tho Polo. Minna Irving In IxjsIIc'e. lrn lioirrrfl. Among natural foimntlons which linvo attracted general nttontlon be-i-niiso of tholr beauty, snow crystals will well repay n closo oxamtuatlon, mill nowhero nio they to bo scon In moro perfect nnil vnrlod form than In tho cngndlno, where they nre popular ly Known as lec...

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. — 21 February 1902

4 4f. wz f . o WWWWWWWWWWWWWVVWW VWWWW WWVWVWl . Discoveries and Inventions u AAAVAv'wwsAMrvwwAvNwAwvvtvtAA . Somn results of the scientific balloon ascensions made In Europe under tlio illicctlon of the International Aeronau tical Committee follow: Great varia tions of temperature have been found nt different localities oven in the up permost layers of the atmosphere. The Loldest regions Ho to the northeast, tho wnrme3t to tho southwest of the con tinent. At nn altitude of 5,000 meters tho temperature was 20 degrees C. above Paris and only 110 degrees C. above Vlennn nt the same time. The l3othcrninl lines nt 5.000 motors run from south toward northeast. Those of minus 10 degrees C. extend west from tho north of tlio Adriatic sen to Moscow; those of minus 15 degrees .from southwestern Franco to St. Pe tersburg, etr. The Isobars of 5,00u meters also ex tend In general In the snmo direction. The lowest pressures nro above Eng land; tho highest abovo southeastern Europe. Tho velocity ...

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. — 21 February 1902

T Ico Cream t Ingram & IlofTinan'H Favorito Nearly Evorywhero Sunday, ('oimtlpitllon meatm dullness, tleprca- Perry fc Farmer tfcWilliaimi have sl(,n' !tii(i(iciio, generally (iieorciercti . ..... , , , ., ... . health. DoWIu'h lilttlo Early Ittscra I Ktliniilato tlio liver, open tho bowls and lor talc 11 ll of yhiHH suitable lor Siot-houce. Found A book of wimple job work, evi dently tho property of noun; iiowh paper ollioe. Will exchange the aaiim for copy of the Life of .I.iiiuh tl. llluine. MOfl relievo this condition. Safe. Micedy nmllhorotigh. They nover gripe. Fa vorite pills. V. II. Smith & Hon. KOAli! KOALTiK()AL!!! We guarantee full weight and no ulaikerH. A Phone 11. trial will convince. latntH lirown. The l.adien Aid Society of the CliriNiian church aie going to give a chicken pie mippcr and social al the reading roouiH north of public PgmoimI The lndy who had to leave the dona tion party tho oilier night bufoio Itwus over will pleubv call at our dru,? more and i...

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. — 22 February 1902

M LYD Volume 1 . Anadark-o, Oklahoma, February 22, 190'. Number 140 THE ONLY ICE fLANT IN THE NEW COUNTRY IS TO BE LOCATED AT ANADAR.KO KM Bv T w il !$dr m I EI H J ii Sf v JP M H :m 1 1 jHl Jl xlLJV HlVr ftJ JljLJ& i ) ( 111 I i Ug 1 r. I am- you cory vith i tied ;ster lers. OUTLAW HILLED, iSwofford Riddled With Bullets. vCASEYAND.WAISON CAUGHT tW- A- Jones, Dcyauty Sheriff, of Arohor, Qkliu, Soriouly Woundod- A Another despcrsU.j fight yesterday .may be charged to itliu account of the baud of outlaws who murdirod .Sheriil Smith and Deputy Beck of .Anadarko. Sheriff Miller, affihawnee, O. T., .with a posso have .boon in hot pur suit of the outlawH far days and the wflcow did them a good turn yester day, enabling them to trail the out law baud loan isolated Iiouho south ofVcwoka, 1. T. The outlaws did not wait for the posse to reach the house, but canjo out, Unco in num ber, and opened lire on the officers. The .battle waged fiercely for sev eral uiinutCH, the sheriff's posse re...

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. — 22 February 1902

it I p i P REPENTED 1?0R HER. "BLACK JACK" SAW THE LIGHT UEFORE THE END. CallfnrnU Outlaw Converted itjr 11 Sal vation Army hn Sim Dlil Not For akn llliu When All Other Had turned from lllui. From California comes an echo of "Mock Jiu'k." one of the most noted outlaw, who paid the penalty of his crimes on the gallowii at Ciuyton, N. M . deserted by his friends and Jeered at by IiIh enemies, but not unloved. At Lodl. Onl.. lives u girl who will carry IiIh life's Imng" with her through life, cherishing her memory of the (load bandit ns only u sweetheart cnn. MIm Exi Protzmnti. n llttlo Salvation Army I.issle, Is the only woman that ever Id ought cheer to IiIh lonely heurt; sho 'done was nblo to bring a tear to those old gray eyo, and cause him to throw ofT the black cloak of sin for the white ulmont of repentance About one and one half years ago In a retnoto corner of the west, bIio llrbt rend an account of "Illack Jnck'n" capture at Santa Fo, N. M., and IiIh ill llmnto death sentence...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
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