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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 4 March 1902

n? f ire- r sL- '" .c 2& THE, TAG wHgr THEATRICAL TOPIC-3 Alfred Nosstg, tho librettist of "Maneru," in speaking of Mr. Pade icwskl as a composer, says: "Pade rewskl, unlike other virtuosos, ia called to a higher productivity than that of mere interpretation. His artis tic activities began with composition, and tho flavor of composition is tho chief charm In his playing. Known principally aa a song and symphony :omposer, his piano pieces have al ways been very popular. This class of composition, howover, permits but a Dnc-slded development of his gift. His unusually good treatment of tho voice and excellent declamation in his MIcklewltz songs'; tho Inexhaustible Invention of his variations; tho deli rious tone effects In his 'Elegy'; tho sranteur of his tone painting In his Concerto"; the Intricate but lucid con itructlon bs 1 effective Instrumenta tion of the "'anta-sle Polonaise' aro jdmlred by all composers. Paderewskl has foM his need of living out his most characteristic gi...

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. — 4 March 1902

Anadarko Dkmocuat. SHAW & BLANKENSHIP, Pufelishm. PPESTON I'. HHAW, - - - Editor. U. D. BLANKENSHIP, Mnnnmir. HUHSCUII'TION UATKH. Ono yo r In udvunco $1.00 Six mouths in mlvunco 82.00 Three months In advance 1.00 Advertising nitos made known on application. Application nmilo for li-iituiiiuulnn through tlic mulls lit thu iiiistoilleo ut Annlarku. Oklahoma, as ecoud-eluh4 mall mutter. .Anadaiiko, Oki.a., M.mumi I. lima. J - T? S. Al Stovcm iuiiioiiiici'h himself sn a candidnto for the nomination of Police .liulijc subject to tilt! Demo uratie City Convention ISlarcli 1-ith. 31 r. Stevens may ho entitled iin olil not tier having been in Anadarko Hince Aug r 1001. lie is thorough ly qualified lo meet tho duties of the position to which lie aspires, having served an deputy prosecuting nttomey ofSpenncr County Indiana, Ho in a christian gentlemen anil a true blue democrat. Junius Oldham it a candidate be fore thi' Dcmoraoy of the city for the nomination of Police Judge. lie is now a...

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. — 4 March 1902

lr!f.Y"MW"lIIMIWIiUiMI.IIII,fff!l'BJWP"MT'i rtwuimwi Official Directory of Caddo Co. l'robnte Juilie Chaile V. Crum. Attorney Herbert 1). Crosby. Treasurer W. II. Campbell. Clerk HtUo lt.illlnncr. Dciiuty Clerk -J C. Henrtr Itcitlitcr ot Decilt -Win. I. I.nccy. Deputy UcirMcrur I)eei1-A. W. Koonla Sherlll Frnnk Smith. Survejor Chariot H. ones. Superintendent of SohuoU-C. W. Turner Suyt.of IMblloUenlth-nr. C. 11. Hume. Commissioners -C. A. Clcveliuiil. John II. Wlmberly. Trunk II. Vatw ell. JuiUo of District Court-O. V. Krwln. Clerk District Court -Kd M. Miller. District Clork -V. P. Vroomnn. Official City Directory. Mnyoi W. U. Divnits. City Attorney -Venle V. llarilcustle. Treasurer Dcrt S. Dlxou. Clcrk-W. W. l'rlee. Street Commissioner U. llllscho. Police J ml ire -St llristow. Chief of l'ollee-ll. SI. Cleaver. CHURCH DIRECTORY. FIIIST Il.iptlsl Church of AnncUrkn. tot li Mock 57. Appointments: lllblc School Sumluy at lit n. ni. Prcaohlnit " " ' ln' Prcachlnw 7SWi.m. Younif I'eopl...

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. — 4 March 1902

C JvC2iS?bGbS3r2'. 7JuSn lOvCi. D The Love of &. Maua of 4he Flaisis Dy ANNA SHANNON MONROE Copyright, ID02, by Dally iiutv PublMMntf Compcny qtgrviirBynryxiyysr3iiEq&i'Krv3' "My foolish boyl Of courso I love you. I lovo everything liorc thoso dlHtant bleak barren hills, tbo great wide valley, tlio bubo brusli, tho cirIub, tho toads, tlio rani;o cuttle, tlio ponies, nntl cvorythltiK that goes to mako tip this boundless western country. And, aboc and beyond all else, 1 lovo you. You are n wonderful picture In a won derful frame. I could not neparato you from tho country, nor tho coiintry from you. Would I lovo It with you out of It? I cannot Bay. I can't Imag Ino you out of it." She patted her pony's neck ns she talked. "Would you love me anywhere else, I wonder. In your far-avay eastern home, for example, among your more cultured friends?" Sho answered him by a peal of nil very laughter whloh rani; down tho canyon and startled the lizards bank ing In the sunMilnu. He looked ...

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. — 4 March 1902

Give Away Millions (Special Letter.) N practicing giving as the business of life, Andrew Carnegie stands abend of all the world to-day, as bo has announced that bis re maining years will bo de voted to doing the best with bis many millions while bo lives, not after ho dies. In practicing giving as an nrt John L.,nockofeIler also stands at the head 3f the list In his particular way, as ho in working hard for more millions, nil at the samo time giving them lway with open but discriminating hand. The eyes of the world are upon Ihesc two tho man of iron and steel and the man of oil. Andrew Carneglo has the start of John D. Rockefeller in years of earn- t ii rALMAGEVS SEUMO.N. mm- 11 IBkak I1 WKm John l. Itnrkafeller. lug millions and in the giving: of them. Men who know say that the flnnl scoro of both will dazzle tho world, when al! Is said and done. Presumably, despite his weight of years, tho "canny Scot" Is as alert to affairs and as lightning-like in deci sion as Rockefeller, but h...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 4 March 1902

Thcru will bo a lot sale on tlio Frisco R. It. town h'hc, Cement. Coal, Hour, feed innl grain at Leach & Peacock, tf Alger Melton, city attorney of ChickaHlia, and K. M. Hailoy also of ChickaHlia, reincHcnling Krank WitherKpoon and Croshy & jSIc Knight ri'iireHunling Lyon K. lling ham argued a casu before Judge C. L. Criiin today to But nidde a judg-incut. LOST: One pointer dog. Liber al row ard for return of dog or in formation iH to hiH whereabouts. Tayor it CuiiimingH, Crystal Palace Saloon. l-18t0 Isaac David and wife are hero buying a ntock of liquors, from Turk to Hlart a saloon in llobarl. AV. M. Mayliuld of Dalian, Tex., is at the American. Have you ever dropped a nickle inthcHlotV Have you ever drop a nickle in our hIoI. 'without getting value received. We have a ma chine which never fails of good re. suits. If you will put '0 nickk-H in our machine and give it one whirl you get 2-1 loaves of Puritan Bread manufactured by Ingram & Hoffman. 15 tf 4 Dr. Caldwell's...

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. — 5 March 1902

ANADARKO DAILY DEMOCRAT Volume 1 Anadarko, Oklahoma, March 5. 1902. Number 149 1 I - J. S. MAYFIELD LVMBER CO., The JrZJ?" of To Maintain Our Reputation of the Pastas LEADERS Wherever We Are Located AoAill UndersellAny and All Competitors. sIsfiiGuararitoecl Mjltl'IMIll Altt'SVa 1.1m Itiiut llmriiiilwr 'lln,. .. Will C.ll . Texas Long Leaf Yellow Piac Dimension No. 1, Commoiv, at $16.50. No. 2, Common, ai $14.50. Kemember, we will not be undersold: Our buyer is now in the Southern Market and will keep our stock well . W. A. McKENNON, manager. To The People of Anadarko aid Viciivity. supplied. Note the Following . tM, rfcttfQl Pitac vj vviu A M. A JILi9 Other Stock in proportion. Look for the Best Stock in the City and you will find We are in position to defy competition and will sell lumber lower than anyone. No. 1 Boxing, 10-inch, per 1,000, $18. OO No. 2 Boxing, 10-incn, per 1,000, $16,75 No. 1 Boxing, 12-inch. "' 19.25 No. 2 Boxing, 12-inch, " 17.75 No. I Flooring, ' 18.00 A Good...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 5 March 1902

MnipjjwppfPP famr-im i i m Anadarko Democrat I'lirrropc i". siiaw, ANADAUKO, OKLAHOMA. TERRITORIAL NOTES. Enid is ruir'ng u bonus for n stool plant. Hcnnrese.V, 6. T., is to have three additional rurul muil routes. Dr. Wliltn infuses to Imj riiiiilliKix physician of Citiiuiliiui county any longer. Porno ownorx of Cottonwood farms near Cintlirio nro asking $10,000 for 100 acres. 'Die Perry postofllco "r'ht goes merrily on, mill 1'lynti will not Hettlo It for n timo. .T ,1. Burko, editor of tlm Trr.iscript lias Ijoou ai'lKiIntod post inn iter sit Nor limn. A picture in which urn grouped JiOO Muskogee babies is on exhibition ii. that town. Mitt; Made Thonius linn purchased tho Beaver Herald. She was local editor two yearn Mis. Washington yearn, is tho oldest Logan t oiinty. Green, iifoil I lit colored poi-Min Jn A now hank has been chartered nt CJarller, Garfield county, with n cipitul stock of $ 20,000. Cotton shipments from Chandler for thu seanm just closing uggiogato at tills timo ...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 5 March 1902

t i. 1 I. i a u- lU, of ay. on of to J 'J tho the ied . of en ii to was cars nix, lilch a us mgo SIS. Krauts Tho ationf ic aim Thcso o only of tho should i mado u com of tho th and ho bill, dtoforo inches, educed,' illlliat. . as tho tho np-anchos iaiy. . PRISONERS WILL GO FREE. Two HiimliTiI Men Hentenrud by Martial I.nw tn ISa Set l'ree. S f . Lou w : Peter O. Doming brought notion ngainst tho wnnlonofthoLoavcn vnirtl, c..i,i .!,.. ,i .. .,. fmn.1 !. .I,- .- 1 l.-r whom ho was trioil was not vnliil. Doming was fonner captain of volun teers and was sentenced by a court composed of regular army officer,) audi tindor tho articles of wnr which provides mat omcors of tlio regular army Miall not lxi comptent to sit in courts martial for tho trial of oillcers und solders of other forces. Tho essential question is wliethor the volunteer army is tho Mime as tho rcgu. lararmyor whether it is ono of tho "other forces" mentioned. Tho opin. ion establishes tho fact that tho volun. tecr urmy is...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 5 March 1902

SXk i 11 Anadakko Democrat. SHAW & BLANKENSHIP, Publlshtrs. PRESTON P. SHAW, Editor. L. D. BLANKENSHIP. MannRar, SUIISCMl'TION ItATKH. Ono yojr In advance - 84.00 Six months In kdvunco - U2.00 Threo months In mlvunco $1.00 Advertising nitcs mnilo known on application. Application mmlu for transmission through tho malls at tho postonieo at An uliirki), Oklahoma, as .seconil-olan mull mutter. Anakauico, Oki.a., iMAiicii 6, 100a. Around tho World Representative Tawney, chair man of tho l.ouisaua Purchase ex )OHitioti, in preparing a hill under direction of tho'hoard of managers of the St Louis fair postponing tin; exposition two years. In this way tho government is made to take tho initiative in postponing the fair. 'I'll ore is little doubt th.it thu bill will pass, so thu lair fever can now recede and reappear in 1005. Palorson X. .1. ho recently swept by a til o in which tho loss was 8, 000, 000 is now owrwholmed by Hood which earned even greater desolation than the liie. llundr...

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. — 5 March 1902

' Official Directory of Caddo Co. Probate Jiiduo-Charle T. Cruin. Attornej -Herbert 1) Croiliy. Treasurer-W H Campbell. Clcri.DUie Uulliutser. Deputr C erU-J C Htmlr Ueclstcr of Deeds Wro I r.ncey Deputs I'.cKlHter ot Deed-A W. K001U7 Sherlft- frank Smith Survej or Charles H.Jones Superintendent of Sehuols-C W. Turner feupt of Public Heilth-IJr O II Hume CominMoner -0. A Clevclmd. John II Wlmbcilj rrinl.Il I'arw ell Judire of District Court-C V f.rwlu Cleric D.itrtet Court 1M M Miller. District Clerk f I' Vrooman Official City Directory. Mayor-W. U. Di Kits. Cltj Attornej Vcrdo V llurdeislle. Treasurer liert S Dixon, Clerk-W. W. Price. Street Commissioner H llllscho lollco Jude M Ilrlstow. Chief of Police H. M Cleaver. CHURCH DIRECTORY. FIISST IlnptNt Church of Anadarlto. hot r Hlock f7 Appotntincuts lllblo Sehool Sunduj ut in n m Preaching .. !! n m Prcauhlnir , I'm. Youn,r l'eop'c s Meetlnir nt 1 i P m PrajcrMeeUnir'lhur.daj utT -Op in J I, M Hoi.r. Pastor . Tim ConttreititloDul C...

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. — 5 March 1902

" i' 1 S; h n : '18 i i CREEK TREATY Tarns Bixby Summoned to Wash ington to Join Conference. SUPPLEMENTAL TREATY IS UP ACAItl lniuitniriit ItrCu.cil, Mmrt Tlnif Arii, Tii Itnllly iiilmtirntiil Tirnty, tint In Itcirlpt (if ItiTi'i'iit lulu! mutton, l)rlrc In llntn It Itlitlllnil, Washington: Mr Taim Hltby, not ing cliiitrniiiii of the Dawes commission, Ih in WiishiiiKton in nnswer to a sum motif, of Mr. Hitchcock, Kicretnry of tho interior, for tho purine of joining in a conference concerning the proposed Hitppli'inciitiil tienty with tho Creek IudiniiH. I'leiwint I'orter, cliief of the Creole, hn been in Washington for a week on hiiKinoss connected with tliu proposed ratification of the treaty, and tin effort will bo nnulo to liave it closed up nt once The department refused to ngreo to the ratification of a supplemental trea ty some weeks ago. but in tho light of new information on the subject do Hires tho treaty to bo ratified Tho pro IKMcil treaty provided for a change In tho syH...

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. — 5 March 1902

i: ( AROOSTOOK GIANT DEAD. Foatv of h lllc Gtrcde Wha lias Jnat baccumbil to Fever In Mnlne. Aroostook county's giant, John Bros trom of Woodlund, Is dead at the age of 32. Urostrom waa a Swedo. stood 6 feet 7 Inches In his stocking feet and weighed, when In good health, 207 pounds. There wits not an ouncec of fat on his huge frame. Ho waa much the strongest man In northern Maine, and many stories are related of remarkable feats accomplished by him. Ho oace, by sheer strength, started a log jam that had for three days de fied tho efforts of twelve river drivers. On another occasion ho carried on his shoulder to the mill a hardwood log that would havo been n load for four ordinary men, had It sawed Into hoards nnd carried the boards strapped to his back a distance of two miles to his home. Urostrom could lift barrels of pota toes Into a high wagon with less ef fort than most men make to lift a bushel, and his services were In great demand at the raising of barns. He would pick up 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. — 5 March 1902

' '.1 V i Coal, flour, feed Leach & Peacock. and grain WANTKD-A lady for clerk in a dry goodH Htore, one having ex perience ircfercd. Address giving experience references and wages wanted. ' L. Natiian. Hox HI City. Spring wagon and team for Hale enquire at tliiM oilice. lJDlf A few pioro days of tliiH wind and the groundling will he unearth ed. The total vote of Arizona at the hot general election wati 10,2ii0, of New Mexico :U,4-2, and of Okla homa 7.1,307. Mr. David Turner left thin morn- ing for a two day'H trip on husi. UCHH. Deputy .1. A. Burchett came hack from Guthrie a day or two ago quite sick. He expects to he out in n few dayH. Young Mr. TewkHhury, hoii of claim agent Towksbury of the Hock Island, Ih in thu eity from Chicago. LOST: One pointer dog. Liber al reward for return of dog or in formation as to Iiih whereabouts. Tayor & CumuiingH, Crystal Palace Saloon. 1 t8t Go to the Pioneer Drug btoio oiositu postollieo for (lower seeds and garden seeds. 14 lit 12 Ful...

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. — 6 March 1902

v DAILY DEMOCRAT JniL 1 JnLJL JnLI Volume 1 . Anadarko, Oklahoma, March 6, 1902. Number 150 i t I i J. Jo IviJHLI r IsululP JLrV PlDJLjR. tli.) the New Country. To Maintain Our Reputation of the Pastas LEADERS Wherever We Are Located AsAill Undersell Any a.nd 11 CoEiipetstors, SaiisfadiOuarantooci 1 Material Always the Best. Bogining Today We Will Sell , Texas Long Leaf Yellow Pme Dimension No. I, Common, at $16.50. No. 2, Common, at $14.50. Remember, we will not be undersold: Our buyer is now in tne Southern Market and will keep our stock well supplied. W. A. McKENNON, Hnnnger. To The People of Anadarko aivd Vicinity. We are in position to defy competition and will sell lumber lower than anyone. Nr4 iUc WnMrkxirlrxtt ( No- ' Boxing, 10-inch, per 1,000, $18. O0 No. 2 Boxing, 10-inch, per 1,000. $16,75 HOie me r OHUWing J No , Boxing. 12-inch. 19.25 No. 2 Boxing, 12-inch, " 17.75 Special Prices, t No ' Floor,n " ,8'00 S2r8oh,e $k Other Stock in proportion. Look for the Best Stock in ...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 6 March 1902

-mM milium xmmu- -.. -"" , - """i ' "- - " ' l """" T THE BCi-T SUGAR iNiJUSTKY. V most Important nrtlclo, giving Mci -,ra. Oxnnrd'ii and Cuttlne'a vlowa ou tho Uoct Sug.ir Industry In tills 'ountry npponted on the editorial pago 'f the :cw York Evening I'oat of I)c- ember 12th. I'.iOl, ami an every house Hold in the lnnd 1b intoitwtod In mi gar the article will be of universal Interest. ' The Evening I'oat ulilx the heartiest welcome to every American Industry that can Ktnntl on lt-i own bottom and lnnli" it wny without leaning on the poor rates. Among those self-support-liiK ludipitrlm, wo are Kind to know, la the production of beet sugar. At :il cvpiiIi it was such two yearn ago. Wo publish elsewhere si letter written li: 1890 iiiid signed by Mr. Oxnard unt Mr Cutting, tlir i blots of this Indus try on thp eastern side of tho Hoclcy Mo" itrniu showing Hint this wan tho hapj uindltinn of tho trade at that; tinn If parties masquerading aa beet e ig. i producprB aio besieging tho l'...

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. — 6 March 1902

-. v'mFm? UNIQUE VIOLIN Porlinju the most ghastly mimical In xtrumcut evei miulo Iz the Vi n In fringing to mi cccontrlc CtiKllfi. -in living iu London. It Is composed of a human skull mid leg bone. It was nude by stretching over the hollow part n sheet of sheepskin as a anuml ing board. Afiinrt of the. leg bone 13 used as a keyboard, with pieces of t)e small bones of the arm for l:eys. This curiosity came rom Charles Wilson of Durban, South Africa. Mr. Wlls'oil hail to rUlc his own r'-Jull to get this one. He attended a now wow of the natives In thtf.fiitise of n wan dering hunter. When the climax of their ceremonies was reached, he was startled to seo them bilng forth this hideous musical Instrument. I'pon It was played the Yu-hu-ka, or death dance. Mr. Wilson knew enough of the na tive dialect to learn that this, death's head vloiln was made from the bUuII of the great chief of their tribe, who had lived hundreds of years ago. When the death dance was over and the per formers had...

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. — 6 March 1902

ANADAHKO DfiJIOCKAT. SHAW & BLANKENSHIP, Publi.hers. PRESTON P.SHAW. Editor. .L. D. BLANKENSHIP, Mnnnitor, SUHSCIUlTION UATKS. Ono yo r in advuncu - $4.00 Six months In mlvimco Three months In mlvunco 92.00 81.00 Advertising rates miido known on application. Application inudo for trunsnlssion through tho mails tit tho pustoillco at Atmlarko, Oklahoma, iw hecoud-ohiKS mall matter. AXAltAllKO, OKI.A., M aucii 0, 1002. W. II. Kdward announces his candidacy fur tint nomination of .Mayor subject to tho Itu implicsm City Convention. Mr. Kdwaids !h an old settlor in Anadarko, having oinu hero in Hag town days where lie ate rag lime meals in a rag town tent. Mo !h an aiTablo gentleman and would make an exoellant mayor if clouted, but alas and an . Well Iic'h nil right. J. F. Drown announces his can didacy for Mayor subject to the Democratic City Convention. Mr. Jirown is a ttiiumi-piiro democrat and in his homo town of Clinton, .Mo., ho nerved his party for six years as president of the...

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. — 6 March 1902

T I S Mf h ft 1 Official Directory of Caddo Co. Wolitr Jnrtyo-Charlcs K. Crum. .ttWney Hcibcrt D. Crosby. reaAuror W. H. Campbell. C!orlt-ike Ifctlllnucr. Deputy Uic'rliJ. C. Ucnrtr UeditcrW DchH -Wm. I. Jcey. Deputy lAet'ltTOt DeciN-A. W. KoolU. 3herTn-Frnnt titnllli. Snrveyclr-ChrlcH H. Jones. SupeHnJenSit of SuhooH-O. W. Turner. SupU Jt IMbllt- llonlth- Dr. C. IU Hutrie. CoruDllonen-C. A. Cleveland. John H IVInberlr. Franlf". Par well. jJdireor Diitrht Court-C. V. J.rwln. ClVrk District ourt-WM. Miller. Dliiftri'ot ClcrU P. P. Vrooman. ntii.i.i nu.i nlxanrvf Majior W. II. Dxveiis. rw AttoWM-Vertle V. Hnrtcmtle. Cllrfc-W. W.l'rlae. StrWt Commliiloner-E. HIiHChe. Police Jurtjire-M. Hrlitow. Chlsf of l'ollce-U. M. Cleaver. 'iURCrt DIRECTORY. ( FII3T UaptM Church or AnaoarKo, r.ot a UlackCT. Appointments; nible School sunuay uv ; "- lrcnchlnif ." '!"" ,JT ti:i' Mntlnir at 7;(0 l. m. WMe0t.n.T..uryiam..m.ior THE Conirreinttlonal Church of Anadarko. Orclcr of Service. Sunday School at ...

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. — 6 March 1902

If I ! Anadarko Democrat. riti:.si().s r. shaw NADAItKO, OKLAHOMA. Argentina bus decided to divide Its Eovdrnmctit Into six mill lnr -ones-all of them lint ones. In milking money the United States mini Ih still In thu swim, with u total pr ?I31,39,122 for twelve months Mr. .F. Plorpont Morgan seems to Iiuvo overlooked an Important point in not forming u Ghilstmns tice trust. Should the decoration of I.I Hung Chung with two peacock feathers, after Ills death, ho classed as a scotching s-araisM? It Ih Bald that thcro Ih an IncreaHlng Kentlmont ngnlnsl dueling In Germany. This Is another evidence of thu "Amer icanization" of Hurope. A Gorman doctor la said to havo dls tovcred a process for making flour out of milk; hut what wo need moro Is a way to make milk out of Hour. It Is said that Andrew Cnrneslo'u heuefaclloiiB now amount to $82,000, (100. At last accounts ItUBsell Sage's grnnd total was thirty-eight cents. Judging hy the conflicting icports that cnnio fiom Holland nhout the af ...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
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