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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 6 March 1902

, 'jTwwrfl' ti. A PHOSTRATE WITH RHEUMATIC FE- VER SIX TIMES WITHIN TWENTY YEARS. This was tho case of Mr. Ell Wilt shire, of . Landsdown Terrace, Calno, Wis., who during this tlmo suffered the most Intense agony. He writes: "I heartily indurso tho testimonials which yoil publish of St. Jacob's Oil as a pain Itlller, for I have been a suf ferer from rheumatism anil kindred complaints at different times during tho last twenty years. I have been laid prostrate with rheumatic fever six times during that period, therefore I consider I knew something about rheu matism. During all of theso twenty years I have tried various advertised rheumatic remedies, oils, olntincntn and embrocations. None of them gave me much relief, but when I tried St. Ja cob's OH I found quite different results. It eased the pain almost immediately and hns done for me what nllotherrcm cdies put together never began to do. "'I could glvo you several cases that have been cured, which have como un der my notice, and t...

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. — 6 March 1902

Illl III For Salo Cheap. 21 yards Rag Carpet, 1- 12x10 tant-lO oz duck-1 foot walls En quire at Carpenters Blacksmith sliol). inoto Coal, Hour, feed Lead i it Peacock. and grain at tf in a For tho Complexion- The complexion always suffers from blliousnoss or constipation. Unless tlie bowels nro kept open tho Impurities from tho body nppear In tho form of unsightly eruptions. Do Witt's Little Kurly Risers keep tho liver mid bowels in healthy condition and remove tho canso of such troubles, C. E. Hooper, Albany, Ga., bays: "I took Do Witt's Little ICurly Risers for biliousness. They were just what I needed. I um feeling better now than in years." Never gripe or distress. Safe, thorough and gentle. The very best pills. W. II. Smith & Son, druggists. KOAL! KOAT,!! KOAL!!! We guarantee full weight and no olaikers. A trial will convince. Phone 11. .James Brown. Found A book of sample job work, cvi dually tlio property f some news paper olliee. Will exchange the same for copy of the Li...

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. — 7 March 1902

tt ffl tfTS WW WL LA Ifl J&JLs? Volume I Anadarko, Oklahoma, March 7. 1902. Number 151 i ill. ...!.!. miuiiu m niimiLjuiiiiiniiiwnTjrrnTWpiiMWj ffi a ' ;. ? a ux iei 7va Mt. pfuifMi&fl 'r-WMiKMnnn 111 ft; lr, r J. S. MAYFIEI 8kAeWill Undersell Any eared All Competitors, sxiifaeitoGuaranteed " Miltori.'ll Alw.lVH tllrt Host. llrHrililiwr rIVw1 n- W.. U'tll ..ll sTexas Lonrf Livf Yllnw P FDam ? 0 upp?iTdember' WS WHI To The People Ote the Following f S- ! gox.in !.inc,h Per 000 $1S.00 No. 2 Boxing, 10 - 6 No. 1 Boxing. 12-inch. " 19.25 No. 2 Boxing, SoeCial PnCeS ) No. I Flooring, 18.00 A Good Shingle " A Better One Qther Stock in proportion. Look for the Besl Stock in the r-iii-i We are here for our health and the pleasure of pleas Lig you, selling jye will make you on lYciuciuuci uiai iic a pleasure lor us co ngure J. N. D. TROWN, Manager. STEVENSON - ,. WOODS DEAD- Drawer of Claim -Number 1 and Most Talked ol Character in History of Drawing I'asses Away- J.iinca It. Wood is...

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. — 7 March 1902

u . -- "'imrv:'"TmtMMBmz2zzSaZZ iWBBWei&aRW - " -s- . ..-- mmmimmimm VirWIInVSir.'WiJfcaja& ,1 " 4 ... GOSSIP FROM PARIS 44444f4444 (Hpeclul liPtlcr.) J- VKH slneo the foundation of J die Tlilrd Republic France bus been In it runilltion of L'onatuiit ferment. Thj coun try rpnllzes tlmt, like all I-atln moos, It requires" n Ipador beyond everything, anil thn question Is what pprsonallty 'an tree hot" from Iipi- nrtnnl rondltlon uf chaos mid cnnfnMnn. No one posHPHhCH 11 grpater clulm to hor nllpRlince tlitin toitlri 1'hl 1 1 iio Robert. Due il'OrlonnM. Up ciii appeal not only ti those democratic princi ples which wore adopted In .Inly. 1830, lint Up 1b also tin; chosen succeshor of thr older Iloitrbon linn. When hlx fa ther, tho C'onitn dp Purls, submitted to 'he. Com to do Chambord In IRT.'i, ho laid tin; foundations of tho fimlon be tween the Legitimist anil Orlcunlut parties. Thn fusion was cemented In t8S4 by thp death of Henri V., for slurp tlipn tlip overwhelming majori...

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. — 7 March 1902

' ? ' f" sSTT'W"' r GENERAL SPOK-TING. ITEMS OF ESPECIAL INTEREST FROM MANY FIELDS. Charles Duly, the Wonderful -.Football 1'layar to Whom Went Point Ow'es Much of lis (Uorj (llrl Challenges nilllurd Kiperts lu u Contest, Adflcn t Huntsmen. If you arc desirous of shooting a fel low huntsman, says the New York Tribune, the following recipe will ho -found effective: Go forth In the crisp November-morning determined to let ''drive at anything thnt looks as If 1 'might he game. Don't stop to reflect that the patch of moving brown that gleams through the bushes may be a man, and not a deer. Maze away. If 'It happens to be a man, you can apol ogize to his widow. For the man who wishes to shoot himself accidentally a different course of procedure may be confidently rcc 'ommended: Lay your gun down in tho bottom of a boat. Then get out of the boat, and, reaching .over, seize the gun by the end of the barrel and drag it townrd you. Ten chances to ono the hammer will bo caught on one of tho s...

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. — 7 March 1902

R II ! i I!1; nwidBrsmr Anadauko Dm ijocrat. SHAW & BLANKENSHIP, PublWiiw. PRESTON P. SHAW, . Editor. L. D. DLANKENSHIP, Mnnaijor, SUII.SCltll'TION UATW. Ono yoir in advance Six months In advanco Threo months In advance 11.00 82.00 $1.00 $1.00 . fiO WKKKI.Y. Ono Year Six Months. .. Threo Moulin. Advertising rates mailo known on (.plication. Application made for trans nlsston ilii'oiitfli tho malls at thu postoillcp at Anadarko, Oklahoma, as fceeond-cltiss aiall mutter. Anadauko, Oki.a., MAt:cn7, 1H02. The administration of our city .ifTaiiH hy the present nil im u ih tration is one that all Democrats and a 1'iiire majority of our citizens aiv jiroiul of. Our city m ut of dolit, not one cent of money Ihih liocn iniiti"ii,in.t(,1. W. S. 'J'iiiHley went to Ft. Cobb yesterday. Pied Pfaff went to Kduioud today on n btiHiicHH and plcasinc trip. W. II. MiiHloi'Hoii .succeeds 'I'aylor its C'.iiuiiiiir.'H as local distributing agon for the Val Hlatz Brewing I'oinpauy. Lieut. Col. HaiKett...

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. — 7 March 1902

r- $ l riKtMauw wrurmrmjrtt ipiirn Official Directory of Caddo Co. lrobiite Jiiilitc-Clinrles F. Crum. . Attorney Herbert D. Croiby. Trcuror W II. Campbell. Clcrlt mWe Hiilllnuor. Deitut) I loi I. J C. Ilcmlr HcitMer of Deed' Wro. I. I.necy. Deputy HeuNtcr "I Deeds A. V. KoonU Stacrlfl-rrnnk Smith. Survcym Hiurlet It. Jot'C Superintendent of Schoo'.s-C. W. Turner Supt. of Public Henlth-Dr. C. It. Huron. CommNIoner(-C A. Clevcluh.l. John II Wlmbcrlj. I'rnnlt II Fiirwcll. Judire of Dlxtrlul Court -0. V. Krwln. Cleric District Court 111 M. Miller. 'District Clork-T. F Vroomnn. Official City Directory. Mayor W. II. Divkiis. 'City Attornej -Virile V Htinle.utle. TreoHurcr ilort S. Dlxuu, Clcrk-W W Price. Street Commissioner E. Illtschc. Police Judtfe M. Ilrlstow. Chief of Police -II. M. Cle.ivcr. CHURCH DIRECTORY. riHST U ipllst Church of Anadarko. Lot S Mool; r.r Appointments Illble Soliool Isuuda) at 10 a. in. Prciiclilni; " H ' IT Preucnlnir " , " I'.1"; Younir People's Meetlni nt i 0...

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. — 7 March 1902

9P G5S$T VT7 1 HrmmM7T- Mi i Anadarlto Daily Democrat i'iti:sroN 1-. hii.wv. ANADAUKO, OKLAHOMA. Mr. Carncglo might be Invited to help out on thn scheme to establish a mllgloiiB ilnlly In Japan. Mm p. Nonllcu must lie preparing (or ft green old ugo If she expects to rolled Mint I4.000.0un from Undo Sam. Ctlbu'g health authorities have de elded that the denomination of yellow fever Is entirely duo to uioHqultocB. Lord Kitchener Ih fencing In tho Uoorr hut wnnt will happen when his troopH get chased up ngalnst tho fence! Tho Amcrlran Hpeculntor Ib every where. Ho now wants to rescue MIrs Stone for ono-slxth of whni tho bandits nsk. It begins to look :ia If It might be iiPCCBHary to get out a search wnrrnnt for Colonel Arthur Lynch, M. I. for Oalway. John Umg married MIbh Hello Loitil in Tennessee I ho other day. Well, Long and Loud ought to bo ablo to ninkc tliemselves heard. Slnco Ills retirement from military "'fo time Ih said to hang heavy on Gen. Ilullcr. Ho ought to bo able to ma...

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. — 7 March 1902

"TT ,,m" ''"," TTjJJ, , ,Vr , 5 IFF ff-" i Instan--oailon t I ? u r l: aula. to. V ' ! v ' t rt. f . . v J. SBtBK- W? ! !" ! !' i&Jil SHE WAS... A METEOR. Kite . v 'K ft I !' M' pj J N il'.-i St fl rU K K.JKA!C ili. iii. it: il:il: i .t jt jt i '.- - St. Louis Lettci Mttlo Delia Fox nnd the little Delia Fox curl were once at the height of their glory. That once was not such h cry Ions time ago clthei not long as It Is reckoned chionologlcally In months nnd onis, longer, hoeer. If measured as the gauge of a popularity which has vacillated many times since then to other ephei moral shrines. Wlicr little Delia Fox sang her charming little songs In hei charming littles roles In Vi chaimlng little LOinlc operas, tho queer little curl plabtercd smoothly down In the mid dle of her forehead like the hair of the tiny girl who wiib good when she was good and bad when she was lion Id, she was alwnjs sine of the heartiest of greetings fiom tho uudie.icei ni the theaters. She shared renown w...

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. — 7 March 1902

m "gggl" Vd - . . . t - t -i ., i ...kaeflWWWtWWWlWW'y PM ' nwiiumiwiwwmjiniiyi -potmiwiiiww waw gMPPPMPIBWPlWWtW''w1B "" .iMiM Mfc fcM -.. jm-mnu.ai.in'mjn iiiiiiiummnJiiuiiiJ .iiunnniimmnw. .nimumm."""" imno Ingram it Hoffman will have 11s-:iiiLh ice cron m on hand con Htantly. 161 to Dr. Caldwoll'n Syrup Pupo'in m pleasant to lake. It in 'A pleasant laxative. Sold by O. C. Stephenson ScMial fine mati'd palm of lied birds for palo. Honutiful plumage, line Hinger. Inquire, of Itoy Coup or at Democrat orticu. 80tl!U Ihivo you Hetsn Loach it Pcncocrf. They liandlo coal, feed, Hour and grain. If All kndH of grape otittingH for Hale at St. 1'atrickH Mission. 50c per 100. 11:1ml Kggt for sale from thoroughbred Harm! Plymouth Kouk heiin; all prize vinner'; $1 to $1.50 per flitting ISIrn. .loo Conloy 3011 ill T "I' three good brick iuo!dcrn wanted at thoAiiadnrko Hrio'.t Com pany. AddresH .Tou Con ey, City. 1U1I0 Plnloiniitliio Olub Meeting- Tomorrow afternoon ladies of the Philomalhic cl...

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. — 8 March 1902

Volume I . Anadarko, Oklahoma, March 8, 1902. Number 152 . "' , r. J fekJre M A VITIITI Ffc I I7MR1TD Cf The Leading Lumber Firm of AK E ISLfLjMJ JLfV FiOJUfJPL U'.a ike New Couivlrv. To Maintain Our Reputation of the Pastas LEADERS Wherever We Are Located VMeslAHl Undersell Any anciA.ll Competitors.sclGuaranteed Material Always the Host. Bogining Today Wo Will Soil Texas Long Leaf Yellow Piive Dimension No. 1, Commoiv, 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, Hannger. To The People of Aiadarko aid Vicinity. We are in position to defy competition and will Hell lumber lower than anyone. Nnlrf iU Fnllnuinrf f No- ' Boxing, 10-inch, per 1,000, $18. O0 No. 2 Boxing, 10-inch, per 1,000. $16,75 Special Prices. Other Stock in proportion. Look for the Best Stock in the City and you will find No. 1 Boxing. 12-inch. " 19.25 No. 2 Boxing, 12-inch, " 17.75 No. I Flooring,...

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. — 8 March 1902

r&- --'3? f tfJ w ft' CALVE JN A NEW ROLE. PKIMA DONNA PLAYS THE PART OF A FAIRY GODMOTHER. ili'iii-rimi I'rmiiliiroui in. Ibitnnii'i-il wllli I lin Volin of I. II lie IMim llunli or l.n A nuclei, Ullili-rlllkoH to lln He pnntlliln for Hit Tillllini mill I'llturr. Thore are some things hotter than to be horn with 11 .silver spoon In one's month. One of those Is to tin horn vit!i a groat Rift mill thru, Just at tlio right inoinrnt, lo huvo a fairy-godmother ap pour. In thl story IMua Duroh of Ixib An gelas In (hi- good little girl ami Cnlvo -capricious, captivating, (Uli'k-piilneil Calvo Is thn fairy-godmother, anil I Inns Chrlntlnii Anderson couldn't do anything hotter If ho tried. The Dm-clics arc poor, hut Edna lias a voice, and Mine. Calve has promised to see Hint she has a future. In other words, Culvo Is to do for tlio child what tho parents would glad ly do for liur If they could navo nor volco trnlncil hv the host musters and fit hor for tho operatic stage. Moru than HiIh...

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. — 8 March 1902

FASHIONS OF THE DAY Cloth gowns aio moro often than ever tilramrd with stitched taffeta luiudB. Tho neck ruche originally tie tlKiictl in Franco Is now made glorious In this country by the uddttlon of net. silk flowers, ribbons and chenille. A black street gown of Hue broad cloth tells, of tho continued popularity of tho Eton Jacket and the prevailing furor for taffeta silk as n trimming. It may also speak of the enormous prejudice for black at this moment, for never was black considered more styl ish or more elegant than now. i On skirt and Jacket the taffeta bands, which are as usual cut on tho cross, Outline great tquarea, disposed with hp slant of diamonds. A slightly gathered flounce, coming under tho up per portion of the skirt, suggests a tunic, ovcr'aklrt effects being one of tho fads of tho moment. The Jacket opens oor a vest of flno Ulckcd lawn, and is embellished with a i ever collar and vest of white satin, dtnered with applications and embrold--eiies In Persian colors. ...

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. — 8 March 1902

Bnp7im' T P",'VW F WKiiii; TT- Jp "I , : I S. i 'f l '1 l Anaiarico "Daihockat SHAW & I3LANKENSHIP, Publithirs. PRESTON P. SHAW, - - - Editor. L. P. BLANKENSHIP, MnnaHor, SUHSCKIITION HAT".". Ono yo r In udvuucu Six months in advanco Throe months In advanco J 1.00 $2.0' 1.00 $1.00 fiO WKEKI.Y. One Year Six Month-.. . . Three Months,. Advertising rates imido known on application. Application made for trans nlsslon through Iho malls fit the pastoilleo lit Anidurko, Oklahoma, us second-eliiss mall mutter. Anadauko, Oki.a., Maucii 8, lDO'J. Randall Ttvesay who is n eandi date for the nominal ion of city attorney suhjeut to the Democratic oity convention is a true blue dem ocrat, a genial, honorable gentle man and in every way qualitied to discharge the duties of the olliee to which lie aspires, lie wiw adniiltod to praetieo in 18SI0 in Kansas. He in also a graduate of the Kansas Normal school, in fact he ix a high ly educated, talented scholar and lawyer and it nominated will add iB...

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. — 8 March 1902

miimjiw mmfww :b tf 'W Official Directory of Caddo Co.! I'robnlc .IuiIbo Charles P. Crum. Attorney -Herbert D. Crosby. Trcntiirer V. II. Campbell. Clerk-Djke Ilalllnifer. Deputy Cioik J, C. Ilctiilf HcBlslerof DecW-Wni. I. Idiocy. Dcimtj HeijMcr of Ucctli A. W. Koontx. Shcrlft-Frunk Smith. Surveyor Charles II. .Tones. Superintendent of Schools-O. V. Turner. Supt. of Public llpalth Dr. C. It. Hume. CoiniuKloners-C. A. Cleveland. John II Wlmberly. Trauk II. Harwell. JiuIko of Dutrlut Court-C. F. Krwln. Clerk Dislrlot Court - Kil M. Miller. District Clerk P. P. Vrwoman. Official City Directory. Mayor W. 11. Divkiim, Clly Attorney Venle V. Hanlcustle, Treasurer llcrt S. Dixon, Clerk-W. W. l'rlee. Street Comuilssloncr 12. Illtsehe. Police Judjte-M. Ilrlstow. Chief of Police II. M. Cleaver. CHURCH DIRECTORY. PIIIST Ilaptlst Church of Anadnrko, I-ot R Ulock 57, Appointments: lllble School Sunday ut 10 a. m. 1'reachlnK " - II a. m. Preachlni; " 7UW p. m. Younir I'cot".e'K Mectlnir nt 7:00 p...

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. — 8 March 1902

. . gaaimn ,aBA-fttf,fa.J Hi. mil th milttiwl Mhmjliillllifi fcll -!! ifW. A ' - - TJ.H, ! TJJE TJMK TO UUtlll. 60ME GOOD JOKES. ORIGINAL AND SELECTED. Where tlie llljlirr ICilin Minn Win Dlf tinitly u .Sin. rm-Nnl That ICtnil i( h Niirnnrj Why II Wun h lrtvii Unit en How Ilia Ciiternnr Wan lieirlvril. When tlif gox'iunr of Nowfound IiiikI, Sir Henry McCnllum, K. ('. SI. G., w-nt ashnio lit a small hurhor of tho east coast lie was met t the lauding Pce by a grizzled old nsherman.who nought to make the stranger welcome, whoever ho might he. "He you roinlu' ashore, sir?" lie 11 h ked. "Yes," jnld (he gtnernnr. "He you here ahout tho lie oil)?" the llshermitu put sued. (f,cal "No," mild the governor. "He you one of Ham Lewis' men from Jted Hay, sir, coino about the timber?" "I am the gtcinor of Xuwfuiintl laml," Sir Ilnnry annoiuu'ed with tonio thow of dignity. "Ho jou now?" said the fisherman, with n filendly offer of his hand. "Well, 'tis a mighty good Job If jou ean hold It. An 1 ho...

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. — 8 March 1902

!i3'fi!'i'6l!i-:gSjJS.sJ8!l!Jrl'lJ5t'lf !i't&U4CiJrf 4t3 ' Seeks Foriino MWVVyV99VV1iVpwV2V9Vfpi:tt.Zlilii1;9lp9Lr$ Lillian Nordlca. the famous slncor lias retained Tliomns Brackctt Heed, formerly speaker of the house of rep resentatives nnd now a dlstliiKUlshed member of the New York bar, to han dle a stilt against the government, whereby the diva expects to obtain u fortune of $1,000,000. Mme. Nordlca has Just como from SIou.x City, where she mot members of the Norton fam ily, to whom sho let out the secret of her intended assault upon Uncle Sr.m's trenbiiry. Ichabod Norton, of whom Mine, Nor dlca Is a descendant, was a great sail or In colonial days. Ho was of the typo of Now Englander now so fre quently used In the latter-day 10 mance. Like tho heroes In the books, ho sailed many seas, and, true to tho romantic notion, collected riches' and llneiy. About the time the Rcvoltt tionnry war was begun the Indomita ble Ichabod risked every penny among his numerous assets on n far ...

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. — 8 March 1902

1 n E. J. Boles was in C'hii-kaslia. Thursday and Friday. Spring wagon and loam for Halo enquire at thin olllce. ltutf Ingram fc IIofTiii.in will have Binsanl. ice cream on hand con stantly, lfilto Mr. Ilonok wlio lias been viHiting Air. I'ileher for hoiiic days left yes i.nrday for Virginia, III. I'M Hoaeh it Son furnish bordeis at same prices per bolt as Hide-wall. 14Utf If you want a fine stock of hard ward, groeeriew or shoes nee the Heeee Agenuy at once. l.VJtl Money to loan on short time on anything of value. Apply 10 R. I). Giiiiii, Morgan bld'g. lMltnl See Ed Hoaeh it Son for wall paper, they will furu'iHli you with good paper on the wall at the price the paper will eont you elswhere. l4Utf : For Alfalfa, Horghiun cane, KalT ir corn, millet, peanut, pop corn, Held com, onion sets and a full Hue of garden seeds, go to Im.ccs feed Htore opposite Post Office. NOtf Hev. L. 15. Parker went to Mount am Park yesterday and will preach there Sunday. lie will try to build a church at ...

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. — 10 March 1902

tw - V41'" Volume f. S. MAYFIELB LUMBER CO The LenJ Lrber Firm of 17 ,.. tTaintain Ur RepUt-i0" f the Pt LEADERS Whoever Wet fc UeWill Undersell Any arid All Competitors.SCLiaranteed vo T V 11 . """" ""Mi.oi.m. iH-inrng Today Wo Will Sell ZttTJll1 No-. ! Cmn. at $16.50. No. 2, luppiied. To The People of Anadarko and Vicinity. Wn urn in nnoillnn .. ..r.. , ... , ... ... 1 it fl oteAhe Fo! owing f &; j -" - Special Prices. I No ' F,oorin&. )tlier Stock in proportion. Look for the Best Stock in tlmCJitv n,,rt win ,i TF?FT.IlPri I JO- - le are here for our health and the p 'easure of pleas ing you, selling f.If , e will make you on every item of our big and well selected stock Remember that ,ts a pleasure for us to figure your bill and don't fail ... . uuwvv.n, manager. ? Another Victim to Add to List For Bert Oasoy- An old man by tlic namo of Ar nold disappeared .1 few days a"o trom lloiuer, I. T., and his body lias just been found with a bullet hole in the head and also a deep...

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. — 10 March 1902

'WIWiw "w' II H - r K" K THE CEiT 3UGAK INDUSTHY. A most impoilnnl aitklc, giving Messrs. Oxnaid' anil Cuttlns's views "ii tiic lleot Sugar Industry In tlilB iniinljy, appeared on tin- eilltoilal page of tffc Mow York Kvenlnc Font of Do- ember 12th. 1101, and an every house lipid In the land Ir Intel anted In sugar llio article will hi" of universal Interest 'Tlio KvonliiR Post bids tin- hoartlpst welcome (o ihpi) American Industry Hint can etand on lis own bottom nntl nnl.o i ik wny without Icanlnc on the poor i-HtPM. Among theie sPlT-support-Ing ludimtl Ibk, we uie glad to know. In tho piodurtlnii of lifct sugar. At al nontc, It was sncli two yeuia ago Wc publish elsewhere a lettor wiltten Ir 181)9, and signed by Mr. Oxnurd and Mr. Cutting. tlir iblds of tblH Indus try on the eastern Hide of tlin Rocky .Mountains, showing that this was tho IiappJ' condition of tho trade at that tlriu. If parltPB munrpiornillng an becti (itgar profluecrs aro besieging tho Pros (lunt and Cong) ess a...

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