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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 28 February 1902

. H A owwvvwwvvvvwvAvyvvvww wvwvwvs ' 5 Discoveries and Inventions oVVWv,, Somo rc?,it8 of tho eccntinc balloon ascension .nil rnmn imilnr lll diicctloj-, Ul0 internntlonjl Aeroniiu , ' nmltteo follow. Oicnt vmla 'ilonsof tcmpeiaturo have been found nti.rferint localities even In the tip '"rmost Inyers of tho ntmospbere. Tho Eldest rcRions lie to tho noithenst, the i vnrmost to me soutnwest iu mu ru I'tlncnt. At an nltltude of ti.OOn meters tho temperature was 20 degrees C above Paris uud only 110 degrees C. above Vienna at tho samo time. The isothermal lines at D.000 meters run from south toward noitheast. Tlioso of minus 10 degrees C. extend west from tho north of the Adriatic sea to Moscow; those of minus in degrees from southwestern France to St. i o- tersburg, etc. Tho Isobars of D.OOu meters also ex tend In general In the samo direction Tho lowest pressures nrc aboe Eng land; tho highest nboo southeastern Europe. Tho velocity of the wind In creases from 8.3 meters per second n...

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. — 28 February 1902

o.ifti, 1i 1M- ( . 1 Ml It i$kMi I1 I It l U Ii (()) tl rum 1 1 i . i ..i.i Mill . :i 111 )t c J i r I n ; l'i" il l'llil- l.im s.nir incHMirt' Hint guanin -it .M M -t;:tli -i olothiei. found In koft.io J"l work,,vri unity th lntii'inv i Hiimi' wi' ! in r ifllotf. WiM .mi r ! i 'J l.li'UH.' x-lmtigr bv M "f Jmiiiw I3ff l i.iu niikli e. One it' ii nli ..f towii.-W. M ' lrtfciiin-S 141 ttt Personal Tllll In.' - WhO hllll to liHi tin ll'iOU' lion wt- . ' he n'tier nlgni b?rii it wi. over wlH i KaMcall lit our dm "r nod tret ,i t...uli'it Dr. Uell ! viiip l'i nm. u Imt liil.wtiim 'i liu winlili'1 i...c- taken lrk itfiil I' -"' i. nl ml n iif. ('Idwuir -.wop rVlu ! won ! mi', have, hull iitdtticrttii'ii. In 'i imil m ' u?h at nil iliiutfiHi. , I i ,i i j , , , " iniu .iim mjinu i him lini.itu .ill over the liOUM',' -,,... II Jtijnol.li, Miinsllolil, O., "wr i, ,',,1 (,P would illc. lintti fow doses ol i nt ..i n. in- ouh mo iiiiirfly re l)ven him ii'nl in' went to sleep. Tlint'o Uiw ."t ...

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. — 1 March 1902

w; r im Volume 1 Ullt ONLY ICE I Suliooi Hou 'os, io h .j (. i iini) JTMipcm 1. 1 l. i i i mi , r UlllIC III MlllCt IY('l-ltl , -.., in gelling tl i' lumhii- ii ti. I ii.di i. that place to nell 1 ii in tic i- i.. t- I'i'IiimiI districts adjoining h.i1 take in p:iitictil I he )i oniisc ol the din. trict to vote bonds to erect i-hnol houses. Tins will enable the schools lo liuild tliiH spring mid in an im mense advantage to tins school work of the county. Bonds can not le legally floated in any district until tho assessor gives Ir pcrty a valuation in July or August anil this liooral action of , the lumbermen means much to the 'county in getting school work well started Supt. Turner is to lie congratulated upon his successful mission to Miuco. Social at Beading Booin- Tliero was quite an enjoyable social at the reading room last night Games were played and every one present seemed to enjoy himself. The children especially enjoyed the evening immensely because ' thoir fl.lus laid asid...

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. — 1 March 1902

pafeftrit fu&yMeycmbe The'CELTIGflEAJ-1 ANADAR.KO. OKLAHOMA. UntO AdAtNiT THE ARK, WOULD HAVE. LOOKED LIKE A iMALL TUtiBOAT '."no buHoball magnates nro piayi. great batting came. Admiral Ych has been ordered by th Cblncso government to bring bis nav; p to Ibc United S.atus standard. In China tbo year begins In Febru ary, and tho Chink thus escapes the January thaw of good resolution:. Anadarko Daily Democrat 1'ltK.VTON '. SHAW. (f maewhi fJ3wmClBifi fct L j B w7 rwnv-x l l i r t tL( i .-JW vv totripj i y Mirsi i m y- io - t"- 5V vwi. rkfsmMmJ V JL AA1 1 I L1.LAW I l--r - JH looked like a i m p fo U rl v V , "V 1 ' New York probably realizes by thli time the supremo folly of attempting to confine an earthquake to n tunnel. Swloztochowskl uutortalncd Pador ewskl tlie other nlglitskl. After a llov of goulikl they put each other to bed aid. Women In Oermnny cannot be auU to bo dragging behind the times; the want tho family washing dor.u uy i tnu.t. It Is now said that tho popo lit t...

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. — 1 March 1902

!' Pictorial Rumor . Ml I. 5" I US M CHARTY auro ot vas at' : legls sing PnttW recstcc ' a silt to th enefa soveri ratloi rt, ti ae th 1 thJ ppeail staj IlliJ What Itulneil nim. Mr. Rocks You say you were for merly a Western millionaire. I sup pose, llko tho rest, you gambled your fortune away?" Fuzzle Freddie No, sir. t lived In Utah, an' as all mo friends got mar ried 'bout three dozen times apiece, I went broke buyln' cut-glass an' silver ware for weddln' presents. Judge. In tho Ark. "Don't annoy your father," whis pered Mrs. Noah to Shem. "He's In a bad humor." "What's wrong with hlra?" queried Shem, curiously. "Why," replied Mrs. Noah, "he wont out on the hurricane deck to let one of the doves loose and the wind turned his umbrella wrong sldo out!" THE CRUCIAL TEST. :i Other People to lie. Considered. "I am not wealthy," he said, "but It -tho devotion of a true and tender 1ioart goes for anything with you, MIbs Clara" "It goes very well with me, Mr. Spoonbill," Interrupted the ...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 1 March 1902

S-JUJOT-MIVJC wmwjtwwmMiiujmnwrwitHiitwwiMfn otmi wwwwsjiwi cwb?ht ffi ANADAItKO DUiLOCItAT. j SHAW & BLANKENSHIP, IVohsvn. PnnSTON P. BH.v. C. U. DLANKENSHIP, lidlt ,r. Mnnggnr, SUIISCIlll'TION '.Y-"". Ono yo rlnudvuticu - 1.(K; Six months In iiilvunuo - - l.oo Three months in uilvur.oe i Advertising rates inudo known vn application. Application muilo for liium.nis-i'ii.r) through the inaih lit tliu p.isio.llut m AnMlarlco, Oklahoma, tin seconil-ola-.-inall maiter. Anadauko, Oki.a., M.wini 1. luoa. , O. V. l!(io(ior'H announcement an :i candidate for thc nomination nl Hlroet coiuiiiipNioniT Hiiliji'cl to I.Ik dcniormtio convention, acni-H oIm -whore in lod.iy'K paper. I to is I rum Cotton ntlninio county, Kan , when iio nerved :ih iimlur Mhoi'iiT for lour yoai-8. Ho also Heryt'd as city mar flli.il of WuHtmoreland. Wo in well qiir.lilicd to (ill the position to wlnoh JioaHjiiioi". CATS SPOIL THE llUNTINO, tlniMs I'rti TmIkm to ""ondi ll nil lr.lrn lltf (lium. 'l'hn cxpei-li me ...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 1 March 1902

mud i ii unu tnAm9i.Ttvcum-iiwm M'wfimwwiiiiiwi .i - M "c-uory of Caddo Co. !'i ' mrles (". t'ruui. in-i. H'T ,irt u. cnnuy. Ti ivsui-f H 11. (Jiini)ilHill. H("i' -ii. v.. Hai.iuwar. I ., i i '. lleudr I!, ,. .r. I- Wm. I. Laeey. Ih-um . : ir t Deeds -A'. W. Kimnv. fltterlit r-rtalj Smith, Survexu i'biMli if. Joocs. uppr"ui-jfl -m ir SishuuU-C. V. Turner. Supt i.f 1'uhH.n Health -Dr. 0. It- Huin, Guairolssf.riert -!. A. 0.ovutund. .Inlin H. WlmlievU. Proulc II. I'arwoll. Jmliro.if l'ir. -i ) irl-O. I JJrwIn. Clerk n.ti.i 'i Ooiirt-JJJM. .Miller. UNirlM '' rH -V- I' Vrocinnn. Official City Directory. Mk.mii V II IHVKitM City Attoruoy Verde V Hftrdcastle, Treasurer ISerlS. Ulxou. Clcili W. '.V. I 'rice. Street, Commissioner -II Illtsohe. l'olk'o Juttrii I. Hrlstow. Chlot of iMili-o U. M. Ceavcr. CHURCH DIRECTORY. FIUST HiptwHJIi'iroli of Anurtarlio. I.ul B llloi''c .Ii. AiiiMlutments: lllbla School Suuluy ut 10 . m. I'lenulmiit ." " " nl- I'rcnuliln1 ..twp.in. Yo.ititf I'i'oii o'k Mcc...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 1 March 1902

Oftoooooooaoooooo0aeao99Oiooaoooooooooaaoa9ooaaoooeoo 0 icrTHE MAN IN By 0. J. Copyright, 1902, by Dally Sho f.nt on the top rail of tlio ram bling old fenco anil looked critically nt the landacapo beforo licr. Her hat wail tlppnd from her white forehead, releasing n dozen tondrll-liko yellow curls, slightly dampened by her walk In thu Hiimmor sun. Her short skirt was n trifle higher than hor govorness the only mother she had ever known --would havo iianctloned, revealing n round and pretty ankle dressed In dainty black allk hoso; and under one arm alio carried n box of paints and brushes. In her lap a light camp stool rested. "It la pretty," she said, after a time, "and It Is absurd for mo to attempt to paint It; but what can ono do? Wo must begin ambitious work nometlmt, or wo will never bo classed nmoni? the Immortals of art. "Hitch your wagon to a star,' or Oh! ca!" Thu quotation was cut short by an ominous cruckln;: of decayed rails and tho next moment tho pretty girl with 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. — 1 March 1902

3jm6m&s Kaiser with a Beard The German Emperor, dc3lroits of preserving a strict incognito during n trip to Paris, grew n Jicuril. Tho pho tograph was not circulated, at tho re- Don't let yoir grocer sell you 12 oz. package of laundry starch for 10 cents when you can get 16 oz. of iKe very best staurclhi made for the same i ssiiffflfmffil. 1 FW t4 W 4$ O m , V ,J i M fiuest of tho Empress, who did not ad mire her husband's appearance In a beard. A Vrnzcn Draft. An anecdote comes from Brussels il lustrating tho generous spirit of a ' banker of that city. The banker Is fond of outdoor exorcise. As an ex hibition of his skill In skating he made his autograph on tho Ice in a very artistic manner. Somo gentlemen, having. admired his signature, proceeded to write above it as follows: "On demand I promise to pay for tho benefit of tho poor tho sura of 5,000 marks." They sawed out the block of ice, and, having called a ca"b, proceeded to ' tho bank and carried the frozen note ! ,lp the'...

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. — 1 March 1902

RJ IIIWWIIIIUiMa Coal, 1l"in. (ciil ami giaiii .it l.ciu-h iV !' v o k. ti Miss 1 j i ,1 Nirieb) oanu thriii"h Auudurko I im night on hor to her claim nriiv Iiton Cotton slnpnienUi from Chmidler fur tin- see en jtwt closing aggre gate, .it tlii t tn neiulty 14,uil) L',-n Uepiibliwin: With ull'IDllllg gllllelV "" t'' H"'!"" ,",, a biwiii .iH.y on tin- n .ith !. H.1I0111H011 .ill fiili-x siii-l KAinbltnit rooms ilx-vf tin- sporting HeimMii of Perry should ""t Ik' f"1- a,,,MI' ini'iit Nothing less 1 lmiii ii signed man incut will l) uoucplcd iin fvi.inwi' that Dennis Klymi will not pcrniii Jim friends to urge li" h'imiiiii ii!itii)ii Quoon 'Wilhelmino bj.ty vbihotito Tin-re is a rumor that Queen tyilhclmiiia will ninlioiii' li- r ithroiio for a year anil travel in m-kruli of health. There in no in tic 111 feeing among the Dutch toward thu Queens coiiHort an it in believed that the ill health of their unlove. Queen is iliinto tin; harsh iiv.iuiioiit received at the handsof Henry 01 Meck...

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. — 3 March 1902

tJ ANADARKO MOCRAT Volume 1 . Anadarko, Oklahoma, March 3, 1902. Number 147 THE ONLY ICE PLANT IN THE NEW COVNTRY IS TO BE LOCATED AT ANADAR.KO DAILY DE N A ACCIDENTALLY KILLED. Young Man Goes to Rescue of His Brother in a Fight and Strikes Mortal Blow with Neck Yoke Henry Edward Stengcr is in the county jail at Anadarko awaiting arraignment for manslaughter aH the result of a light Saturday near the new town of Frisco. Amoni! the men at. work on the new Frisco line a general fight occurred Friday between the Millers and the Stcngcrs. Miller who drove a team hauling one of the scrapers ordered Al Stenger to not load the scraper full and the foreman order ed Stenger to load the scraper full. Stengcr obeyed his foreman and this enraged Miller. A light oc curred but was quieted on Friday. Saturday noon the fight was resum ed. Mr. Miller, his wife and Ed Miller attacked Stenger and while Miller beat him Mrs. Miller, stamped his face until it is a black and blue mass and his chest is als...

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. — 3 March 1902

n 5b&&3 JU It li 1m 1 V f HlWVI iiMkMWtvM-"- -rfc.".! ri" M4 ' C-K . $pSSSSS$ i Botnetlmcii In ilrentni reverie I IUmt Aiiuy MI memory,'! , , 1' Ahll 11(11 fur back, to lnii't vjlifli o tie Jn linvpy ilayK,' lorif: lout to The !lVJU.jcuUM.ln.Uie.jlc. - On Mes inld pen of beinenly blue. i "Wblrh only mv bono ami fanci knew. lleyotul the ruicb of liiimmi view. Hve yours unci mine. I illicit with you In cuhIIoh In the. Kir. O hnppy clime! Bo fair iitul bright' Wheni In the purple, nibleu light, TbroiiKli oik' lone day Unit hail no nlftht, Wii unrkeil ami tin 1 It to unmlrouu height Our cuntlea In the ulr Such huppy liourH they were wlthnl We neier ilreumeil our lutitlea ull Would sometime. Into minx fall. Ami only memor recall , 'Pltif c mllm 111 the ulr I'or -iilll irm wornliil laliKh 1 hear, Whin oiue I ilureil cxpreFi u fenr Thesii cat-tlei Itilulit not last a enr. You raid. "Thoy 1) last foriiier, Utur, Thine cualkn In tile ulr." l.pilK Mnee from ilrenmlni? f nuokt.; Tct fr...

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. — 3 March 1902

I , I tiii: i..iunction. Frontho Chicago Record having se cured an Injunction restraining tho po lice from lnterferrlhg with his gambl ing business, tho proprietor of tho Glided Front decided to" go homo and rest and bo away from tho reporters. He had hardly entered tho house bo fore his wife complained that the hired girl was going to leave. "Oh. ho, sho Is, Is sho?" tho saloon and gambling house keeper answered; "well, we'll see about that. I'm not In politics for nothing." Then ho rushed out, and In half an hour returned with a big cnvclopo, from which ho tool; a legal document, saying! "There, Just go and read that to her. That's an Injunction Issued by n Judgo who is a friend of mine to keep hor fiora leaving hero as long as we think wo want her around." "Well, there's another thing," his wife said, "that troubles me. Tho lco mau Is going to charge us moro for lco beginning next Monday." "No. ho ain't," bald tho man who had access to tho Injunction mill. "I'll Just see to the m...

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. — 3 March 1902

L Anadakico Democrat. SHAW & BLANKENSHIP, PutlUhm. PHESTON P. SHAW. U. D. BLANKENSHIP, - Editor. MannKor, aUllSOUUTION UA.T".. Ono yoir inndvauco - $1.00 J3lx months In mlvanco - - 42.00 T."hreo months hi advance $1.09 Advertising nitoa made known on application. Ai)illc:tt!on inittlo for tnirwniN-ilon tlirmili the iniiils tit tlin Kisto.11cu at An ilut-ko, Oklahoma, us xccoml-cliis? tnu.ll matter. Anadakko, Oki.a., Makcii :i. 1002. Democrats from the country hliouM inako haste tj organize and gut on their war jiaitit. Andrew A. Paysene announces liiniNidf for tho noiniiiatiyii of coun cilman from tlio find wind subject to tin' Democratic convention of the Kiicoiiil ward. Ho is a represent ative littHineHs man of thin city and a Himon Hire democrat. If nomi nated ho would make thu hecond a fine councilman. Newspapers of the country aro doing a service to the public by tboir expose of one of tlio greatest "grafts" ever worked. It is tho "homo co-operative associations," and is ev...

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. — 3 March 1902

Official Directory of Caddo Co. rrob.il Jjlizc-Chnrles r. Crum Attoroi-i Herbert 1. Croby. Treasurur-W H CumjibelL Clerlt Dke UilUuner. Dcput Cent .T C. Uendr Rciitster of Deeds Win I. I-icey Dct'Ut Register ot Dacil- A. W Kooou Shorlil -Frank Smith. Surveyor Charles H Jones Sunerlnteudcnt of SsbooN-O. V,'. Turn.1 Suiit of 1'ub.Ie Health Dr C. It Huuio CommlMloncri -t3 A, Cleveland, .lohu 11 Wlmberi) Frank 11 Farw?ll. Judite of DMriel Court -G F Urrclo Cleric District Cojrt -F.J II Miller. District OrSc-r. F Vroosua Official City Directory. Mayor-W U DtVEiis. City Attorney Verde V Hirdcastle Treasurer Kert b Dixon Cler't W W PrNse Street Commissioner 13. Ullnehf Polleo Jii'liro M Urlslow Chief of Pollce-H. M. Cleaver. CHURCH DIRECTORY. riRST Haiitlst Church of Anadarko Lot 5 Jllock ST Appointments Mule School Suudaj at 10 a ni l'rcachluK Ham l'renchlntf " 7:i.m Younir 1'cop'o'm Mectluir nt i p. m, l'raj er Msetlnir Thursday at T.30 r m. I. M Holt, lUstor V THE Conirreitlonal Chjroli...

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. — 3 March 1902

k nrrA.ir utrxcrrns'MTr'Ttmfjrur "-Tfrrsrr? !U ,1 i4H ,'ciJ'I Sacred Simians' of nadie i& aotAyiPlo-cp'Tr by tiio 1 ! jrac-nci-prramzsa.t.T-.iiiUj. m ri 1. .umajx. . j ,r. ircizgyrr i i.-j-ua Tin oatcl'uu monltcy Is tho moat Microti of all lit Inilln. It 13 gray abovo nnd nutty brown below, long-legged anil nrt.ve, 11 thief ami an Impuitnnt lobbor In one c( the Indian cities they became Wit U rilliBftrioc that thol faithful determined to catch anil send iway some hundreds. Tills was ilouo mil lhr" holy monkeys wcro deported lu covered caits and released many miles off. lint the monkeys weru loo lever, having tlioiuuglily enjoyed thrlr ride, they all rcfiiRcd to part with thti chrlnl and, ' hopping", " rfnd Krlmnini'lngc-cHnie- leaping all tho-wny bnrk hciiidu them to the city, grateful for tholr outing, One city obtained leave to kl tho munkoys, hut tho next Ity than sued them for "killing their deceased ancestors," In these mou-l.ry-lnfcstcd rifles If one man wlidies (o spite a...

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. — 3 March 1902

o HWWImWBHmmifliiUM'i limn MiUL,nfireBmKriEtmwvriijmmTiii-yr!r7?zrYiii,m.iiii!iu ''tttttt- " ( , ( f 'Yibtdii&ia- Be Cured i tm . A ncvvcurr-anha9icomoiacrosBfthc ocean :eanofithls country which lii'tjmny respects Hs n3 picturesque, fas -the KnelppUerire and which promises to have as great a voguo. Fashlonnblo Invalids. Ill New i'ork have taken It up, and now It is spreading among th- great?"aYmy of the sick and ailing In other, parts of tho country. Like the panacao f , the Sw 1b3 priest, the new euro taboo's tho use of medicines, but Ub application requires no such Incon venient procedure as walking barefoot In wet grass in the early morning. DIs case.ncortllng to tho new Idea, Is a mere matter of altered vinratlon If you havVa headache, or d)spopsta, or rheumatism, or nervous prostration, or any ot'hqr,allment In the catalogue, jou nrc, or 'that part of you. affected Is, out of tungpur rate of vibration has be came tod 'fast or too slow and needs adjusting,,' To affect the pr...

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. — 3 March 1902

Coal, Hour, feed and grain at Lcaeh & I'eaeock. tf Judge C. L. (Jrutn wont to Kl Jtcno last night. Hupt. Uobt .Moore enlled at the Democrat olliee, today. Key. Mr. Stevens wan nt Cotton wood Grove yesterday. A. ii. Perry is oil' for Mountain View today on legal husinenH. I. II, ICerr Hpoku to a uieeliug of Democrat at 1 1) dm, Satin day. If j on want good fresh bread eall for Mar hiead. liltllU Sheriff .Mm Tlionii"on went to Jvaican City today on a business and ple.iKiiro trip. Ingrain & Ilotfm.iu will lilvu ice oivain ou haild eotiHtantly. 1 It'll All knds of grape uuttings for Hale at St. Patricks Mixtion. fiOc per 100. U3ml Mr. Slii.tiu, tlie barber went to Chieloisha to spend Sunday. Mixs I.ula Cage left for Ft. Cobb hiht night to begin her school work at that point today. Monthly ministers meeting was postponed until next Monday at the Haptist pan-ouage. Atty Jackson relumed fiotn an extended tiip east in which he visi ted in Memphis Tcun. and other eastern eitie. Money...

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. — 4 March 1902

Volume Anadarko, Oklahoma, March 4, 1902. Number 148 h J wle M AYFIEL LVM JLI Cil The Leading Lumber Firm of on tip. Wftw ft.nnixTrv. To Maintain Our Reputation of the Pastas LEADERS Wherever We Are Located AolAIll Undersell Any simd All Conipetitors.sfaciiotvGuaranteed Material Alwajs tlio lk'Bt. Bogiuing Today Wo ill Sell- Texas Long Leaf Yellow Fiae Mmensioa IMo. I, Common, at $16.50. No. 2, Common, at $14.50. Remember, we will not be undersold: Our buyer is now in the Southern Market and will keep our stock well supplied. w A McKENMON, manager. REQUISITION FOR MONEY. Socretrry of t he Interior Asked to Pay Money Due for County ! Business County Clerk Dyke Ballingcr has prepared some 20 pages of closely typewritten paper, for the consideration of the Secretary of the Interior, requesting pcrmisson to apply a part of the fund from the sale of town lots of the city of Anadarko to the expenses incurred in taking care of the county busi ness from Aug. 0, 1001 to Dec. 31, 1001. 6213 i...

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. — 4 March 1902

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