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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 10 March 1902

g'PjgipWggT.if"yjpSV' yf'yCTFtyfT'' '"Vynr,',v-'V3-mrjwrtf nrjTrwwuwTi'fi" -frffsfTTmc ;-W W A NOVEL SETTEE ..,a:ffi&gE ho v? t eK 3 0. in ). This Is l;anll nn tinriei taking for the ordinary amateur, but if one be well i minded In tln carpenter's art It of fers no dlflluulty. If not, the idea hai' better bo handed over to the local tar penter for construction. The high back hould h.ie square spaces cut for etchings, wnter eplors or photographs At each end artistic corner shelves air nliled, which miiko excellent lecepta lcs for curios, china and such like A shelf along tho top of the back gives iomo more oppoitunltles for the ills play or china. The seat lUelf need not bo upholstered If a Hat cushion to lit tfio size bo made. All the little turned ft one rails can bo bouirht ready nunle, o the most dlfllcult part Is easily sur mounted. When finished the structuio Don't let your grocer sell you ql 12 oz. package of laundry starch for 10 cents when j m fF n a m i ! caa geir m oz....

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. — 10 March 1902

if wwuxrwrmmrwnmmFwamTwiii liyr r ' t, . ...X..!! .. J-iiTxt," jm?i ., lirr. ii.,.,516 ay ... m mni 1 t . ' innmwt'MtnB Ana daiiko D.mkocuat. SHAW it BLANKENSHIP, Publishers. PRESTON P. SHAW, L. D. BLANKENSHIP. - Editor. Mannuor, SlTlJSOItll'TION UATK1. Ono you-In ulvimoo - - 41.00 Six months in mlvtinco 42.00 Three months in ndvunco tl.00 WKIlKt.Y. One Year 1.00 Six Month iV) Threo Months.... 2Ti AtHortlslnt; rate mado known on application. Application miulo for trans nlssioii through the mulls sit tlio postn.'loo nt Anuliirko, Oklahoma, us heeonl-oluss mail mutter. Axaiiakko, Oki.a.,Maiu:ii 10,1002. Interior Will Soon Pay Clerk Dyke BalliugeriM in receipt of a letter from the department of the Intel ior, which givoH nssur.iii e that as the Lonu Wolf in. liter him finally been adjusted by the court of appeal), the three counties vi 1 soon be attended to in the matti r of payment lor cervices rondcred 'n the six mouths pi cccdiug the l'nt of this year. This will be we', come news to...

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. — 10 March 1902

V I I j - Official Directory of Caddo Co. Probate Jurtne-Clmrlei r. Cruni. Attorney -Herbert U. Crosby. TrensiiriT W II Campbell. Clerk- Pv).e Itnllluircr. Dejiut) I'.crU .1 C Hrmlr ltctilstor of Doertu Win. I.aoey. Deputy ItcuMerof Deeds A. W. Ituoiiw Sheriff rniult Smith. Survcj or-Chailcs II. Jonci. Superintendent i SchooH-O. W. Turner SupU of IMKlc lleilth-Dr. O. It Hume. Commhslonen-C. A. C'Ieeluinl. John II WImbcrlj . Knvnlt II Piirwell. Juitoo of Distrlol Court -C. I I In. Clerlt District Couit -III M. Miller. Distrlol Cleilt-P. P V room in. Official City Directory. Maor-W 11. Divms, City Atlorney--Vcnle V llnnlcaslle. Trcnsuier Ilert b. Dlxun. . Clerk -W. W. Price. Street Commissioner K. llltsche Police JuilireM. Ilrlstow. Chief of Po'.lee-H. M Cleaver. CHURCH DIRECTORY. FIItST Unpllst Church of An.ularko. Lot IS Illock ST. Appointments: Ulble School Sundas at 10 n m Prenchlnic " . ' ,n- Preaching "n0 1'- m- Ymiiiir People's Meeting at T W p. in. lo, er Mee.ln,. T'',! P?stor...

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. — 10 March 1902

t Anadarko Daily Democrat IMICSKI.V I'. MIAW. J meSkkm, Mto4 S s r."i .tkiO Ct TH MfemftftJikDtfcl I- 1 AXOAHKO. OKLAHOMA. Costa Wen seems to hnvo blundered Into tlio toboggan of bankruptcy iitul tartcil on tho slide. The suggestion that tho anarchists lie ,'cnt to tho Dry Tortugnti Is meet ing with hoiiio fuvor. tf niitor Dopow has gone to Paris on an intimation that a Kionch Christ mas tree hears a. precious gift for tlm. Marconi will goon he ready to mar ry an Amorlcnn holross to nn Impo- iiulouu I Jr i t lull peer by bis wlicloss system. The man who can hrliiB about a por uiauent peace botweon labor and cap ital might bo pardoned If ho nplred to tho pro&ldoncy. vr, Putnam, llbrniian of the con gressional library, recommends again In ills annual report that tho Institu tion ho Kept open on Sundays. A Kansas woman committed suicide after brooding over n poem on life and tenth. Come, poets, chcor up. Poetry Is still sometimes taken seriously. Vienna Is having Its first bread ri...

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. — 10 March 1902

PROSTRATE WITH RHEUMATIC FC VER SIX TIMES WITHIN TWENTY YEARS. This was tho case of Mr. Ell Wilt Bill 10 of I.,andsdown Terrace, Calno, Wig., who during Uila time suffered tho most Intense ngony. Ho writes: "1 heartily indorso tho testimonials which' you publish of St. Jacob's Oil us a pain killer, for 1 Uavo been a suf ferer from rheumatism and kindred complaints at different times during the last twenty years. 1 have baon laid prostrate with rheumatic fever sis times during that period, therefore I consider I knew something about rheu matism. During all of thoso twonty years I havo tried various advertised rhoumatlc remedies, oils, ointments and cmbrocntlono. Nono of them gave mo much relief, but when 1 tried St. Ja cob's Oil 1 found quite different results, it easod the pain almost Immediately and has done for mo what allothcrrem; edles put together never began to do. "I could glvo you several cases that have been cured, which have come un der my notice, and through ray recom men...

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. — 10 March 1902

IV t-'U St ) wf i J! DOUBLE KILLING. Now Way to Torminate a Partnor ship Just Exterminate It- Judgu Green, and JIcGee, Iiih partner, owned ami operated the ul)luo Goohu" Haluoii until a day or two ago, in the extreme Hoiitliern part of Caddo county, near the line of Coniinanche. The plaue in near HiihIi SpringH. Dillioulty urono and after every one had left the place one took a Hliotgun and the other a revolver and the KitppoHition !h that both fired HiniitltaneoiiHly. No particular dan ho obtained for there were no wilucHHCH to the tiagedy. ISotli aie lead and dead men tell no latex. iinroiiT ok tiii: omiitios or THE NATIONAL BANK Of Anadarko, at Anadarko, In tlio Territory of Oklahoma, nt tlio close of business, Fob. ii, 1002. (NUM1JKH fiittl.) Oil Mill Burned at Uhickasha- Another lire broke out at 11:110 Sundu) in ChickaHlia, compleioly gutting tlio cotton Heed oil mill and destro) ing all the macliiucry. The building was of stone and thin probably wived other buildingH mear 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. — 11 March 1902

$VW " t MOCRAT DAILY Volume I . Anadarko, Oklahoma, March 11, 1902. Number 154 J. & MAYFIELD LUMBER CO?116 Jr&ZJF of To Maintain Our Reputation of the Past as LEADERS Wherever We Are Loclted - WeWHl Undersell Any and All Competltors.sSSGuaranteed T If "7 " -Jlatcrl.il Always the Best. Bcgining Today We Will Soil ., . -' lexas Long Leaf Yellow Pine Dimension, No. 1, Commoa, at $16.50. No. 2, Commoiv at $14 50 supp?i?dember' WG WiM n0t be "nrsold Our buyer is now in tne Southern Market and will keep ou'r stock well W. A. McKENNON, Manager. To The People of Anadarko and Vicinity! We are in position to defy competition mid will sell lumber lower tluui iiirvono. Note the t Ollowing f j- j g'" ';"c.h' PeM.OOO. $18.00 No. 2 Boxing, 10-inch, per I.OOO. $16.75 m 1 ci . ..w "u. -c ouAiiig, i-incn, " 7.75 No. I Flooring, 8.00 A Good Shingle $150 A Better Onp o ic TREKELL & ROUNDS. Special Prices. Other Stock in proportion. Look for the Best Stock in the Pity and you will find We ar...

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. — 11 March 1902

rT3Vl7,'?C! K i t i , kituAxmxu.iX. - . a-. SLaaccuiia Vnknowa Poen?, f r o t r t Durn, The following verses were recently found among some -p-apeis belonging to the late Mrs. llerrlngton, who died In 188",. During the gieat pint of her life Mis. llorrliiRton lived In Monmouthshire at no great distance fiom Itton Court, the home of Mrs. Curie, to whom, aicoullng to the Indorsement on the- maniiacrlpt, the verses weie addressed by Hurns. Mis. Curie, who died In 1823, was this daughter of John liushhy of Tlnwald Downs In Dum friesshire. The copy from which the verses wore pi luted In Macmlllan's Magazine Is In the early handwriting of the lute Miss Eliza Waddlngtoii, whoie family also lived In Monmouthshire: O look mi, young lassie, sac softly and sweetly! O smile na, young lassie, sae sweetly on mu! Tlier's nought waur to bear than the mild glance of pity When grief swells the heart and the tear bllns the e'e. Just such was the glance of Just such was the glance th Hut lost Is the Bi...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 11 March 1902

'? ' HE WAS 0 ( A And Now lie is Gov ernor of Alaska. ftjolm G. Brady, who Is now In thu ant In tho Interest of the development qt the vast teriltory of Alaska, of which he Is governor, Is u Belf-made tlinn In the heat American bciisc. At a dinner at the Waldorf-Astoria the oth er evening he referred to the time when he was a waif and an outcast In the slums of New York. Many of the 'governor's friends are familiar with the romance of hlg life. Others who heard IiIh "brief reference to his youth ful" hardships were curious to leavn more. Gov. Hrftdy never hesltnt; to tell tho story. "Especially," he says, "as It may be an incentive to other boys who arc as poor and friendless as I was once." The man who Js now tho governor of 570,000 square miles of territory was born In (.qualgr In the lower end of Roosevelt street, New York. City. His father wab a drunkr longshoreman. His mother died wh ho was a child. At 8 years of "Johnny'1 had turned his hand to of the devices by which the New ...

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. — 11 March 1902

' ANADAKKO DiMKOCKAT. SHAW & BLANKENSHIP, Publishers. PRESTON P. SHAW. L. D. BLANKENSHIP. Editor. Mnnnitor, SUIISC'IUT'ON UATJW. Ono you In iidvuncu J 1.00 Six months in mlviiiice - $2.00 Three months In advance $1.00 vi:i:ki.y. Ono Year SI. 00 Six Months CO Thrco Months.... Advertising mte.s made known on application. Application inado for trans nlssion through tho malls at the posUMIco ut Anadarko, Oklahoma, as socotiil-ohiss mall matter. AifADAitKo, Okla.,Mahcii 11,1002. The lictter clement in thu He publican party nrc disgusted with tho way iheyworo treated in the Primaries yesterday. Everybody says let ns have good street-crossings, nnd good drainage on our streets. Thu Republican Primaries yes. terday were full of corruption and fraud. Just such work will nly Hwcll tho Dcinocr.it majority in Anadarko. Chicanery and trickery wont go. Democrats, you have good clean men offering themselves for office Noniinato them and thu people will olcot tliein We have had splendid oilloia...

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. — 11 March 1902

U Official Directory of Caddo Co.; Probate Jucliro-Chnrles F. Crum. Attorney Herbert I). Crosby. Treasurer W. II. Cnraiibell. Clerk in ltc Itnllitiner. Deputy Cleilt-J C. Ileudr HcKlslcr of Deeds -Win. I. Lncey. Deputy IletjMer or DcciIh A. W.KoouU Sherirr-Kriink Smith. Survcjor Charlct II. Julie. Superintendent or Sehoolt-C. W. Turner Supt. of IMbllo Uetilth-ur. u nunrc. ComnilHsIotiers-C. A. Cleveland. John II Wlmbcrl. Trunk II Farwcll. Judiro of DlHtrlet Court-C. T. Krwln. . Clerk District Court Kd M. Miller. District Clerk -F. F. Vrooman. Official City Directory. Mayor W. II. Divkus. City Attorney -Verde V Hanlcmlle. Treasurer-Deri S. Dixon. Clerk-W- W. l'rloe. Street Comintiiloner B. Hllsche. Police Judue-M. llrlstow. Chief ofPollee-II. M. Cleaver. CHURCH DIRECTORY. F1HST Baptist Church of Anadurlco. Lot Mock W. Appointment: Hlble School Sunday at 10 a. m. Preachlnit " . m- Preachlnit T.30 Pm. Youn People's Meeting it JO p. m. Vm er Ueellnir J,&X!Vftlor. 1 1 THE Conitreiiat...

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. — 11 March 1902

rr ONE OP UNCLE" SAfll'S NAVY YARDS Anadarko Daily Democrat ! 'HliSION 1". MI.IW. OKLAHOMA. A calm suivay of the Munition luill tates a very close nice between tho rV'ds and the skates. A trusted employe ol u 1m Aniseles hank took, finally, over 5,000 for every year that he had boon trusted. Germany has decided to begin the bollshment of slavery in Hast Africa. Civilization "appears to be spreading. Chicago nnnrchlfits are still checrliiK for Czolgpsz, hut they can not hope to revive hlm-fjom his electric slumbers, 'Kft'liifid Man.ifield 'says Haltlniore nu (ticuueii: art, cold. He might try the ytpcrlm,ent of rousting thorn before the curjnln. .It Is high time to begin to org'nnizo against the Injustice-, of Sir, Hubert Hall's foi ty-elght-hour " tidy 6mfi00 j ears hencu. A Baltimore society woluaii hni ererted n, marble tablet over her- don's Rravc. Lot us hopo she left u space! on it for her own epitaph. I'rlnco Henry made' a mistake Hi marrying a queen to pay hlB-dt-bts. Mo ough...

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. — 11 March 1902

" T--. T I 'c- 't ; V. f Wlf7g TiBi &kjp$ IS The llulili Kitten. i have a little Itllten gray; She's Just n luill of fliiff. "IHiout a inline to answer to Sue doesn't know enough. Her nose In kind of wobbly pink; Her eyes look greenish, but U It s hard to tell their color, 'ciuife alio keens 'em mostly Hliut, Iy aunty brought her 'cross the i"ea, More'n a thousand miles, I'-om some wurm Holland llieplace, All shiny round with tiles. ' sometimes ask my kitten gray: "Suu .1a ,... I...... .. nHq. .-""J, " .,,,11 ioc ititr. iicui t llAnl tlirn I blow real gently In Ier tiny tufted car. "id when she shakes her head for "no" ( da not mind It much. I'auso o' course she doesn't know a woid or anything but Dutch! rullerton I,. Waldo, In Christian Kegls- tcr. ; , I ounil at I.uM, Marjory and Brownie had been play- imtcs from the vcrytluy that Marjory's ather had. brought Drownle home In lis pocket, a little white puppy, mot- led with brown, and with a pair of ho brightest eyes you ever sa...

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. — 11 March 1902

Full Htock of paints and oils at Pioneer Drug Store, opposite post ofllcc. 140112 Money to loan on short time on anything of value. Apply to 11. D. Giinn, Morgan bld'g. 13 litil Sec Kd Roich Ss Son for wall paper, they will furnish you with good paper on the wall at the price the paper will cost you olswhcre. li'.itf Two or three good brick mohlcrs wanted at the Auadarko Urick Com pany. Address Joe Con'ey, City. MtlfO Dr. Caldwell's Syrup 1'cpHiu is pleasant to take. It is a pleasant laxative. Sold by 0. C. Stephenson Have you seen Leach it l'cacoc. They handle coal, feed, Hour and grain. tf Foil Sai.k The Dclmonico Restaurant one of the best paying eating houses and feeding the, high est class trade of the city. Will trade for claim. Must sell oil ac count of ill health. John WhcAtly 15210 All knds of grape cuttings for Bale at St. Patricks Mission. 50o per 100. 143ml Eggs for sale from thoroughbred Barred Plymouth Rock hens; all prizo winners; $1 to $1.50 per setting Mrs. .loe Con...

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. — 12 March 1902

f VI ; OCRAT V ) I IS , Volume Anadarko, Oklahoma, March 12. 1902. Number 155 J. S. MAYFIELD LMBER C0.,Thr W Lrberirm of To Maintain Our Reputation of the Past as LEADERS Wherever We Are Looted "' WeWill Undersell Any and All Compet!tors.sSiGuaranteed T "Material Alu ays the Best. Hegining Today . Will Soil t-wu. lexas Long. Leaf Yellow Pme Dimension No. 1, Common, ai $16.50. No. 2, Common at $1450 supS?i?dember' We Wi" "0t bS undersold: - "uy.r is now in tne Southern Market and will Keep ou'r stoik weli W. A. McKENNON, manager. Lumber and Cna.1 Chn YES, the prices our competit ors are making are up to the -I - top notch, beside those We are here for our health . and the pleasure of pleas ing you, selling IIZ EL'S! ri rlrS. f Sk.f Lh" -Shin. S-h, Doors and Coal. t M1W iV1 uo w ugmc yuui uni anu uon i ran to see us Derore you buy. J. N. D. BROWN, Manager. STEVENSON-BROWN LUMBER CO. We are Now Rjeady For Your Valued Patronage. lhlZlS- rec-eivc,? .f Tal cars of tho h ii. March is the c...

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. — 12 March 1902

PT"Jp 'jwuft r--wwwF-" . TO SWEEP The navy In to liullil warships nggre RiitlcR ocr $100,000,000 In cost an soon .ih tmthlers nie propnrcd to undertake tlilfl grrnl program, which culls for elevou armored ships, practically dou bling the present Amcrlrun sea power In this class, and for tin en highly Im proved Olympla type of cruisers. The five battleships for whose luttln anil machinery congress litis appro prluled $18,000,000 arc ready for tha builders to bid upon, l'l.ms for the hU i;ient armored rrulsers, more pow erful than any ship at present In serv ice, mid to ciwt for hulls and machin ery alone over $25,000,000, are well ad vanced and should he finally approved next month. The general features of the enlarged Olympla type wcto deter mined last fall hefoio congress appro priated $2,800,000 for the hull and ma chinery of each of them, and there Is no .vnHon why their keels should not ho In Id this summer. The navy department is also prepar ing the specifications and advertise...

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. — 12 March 1902

If u V Iv I" 'i I 4 i TlV 1 Indian for Quanali Parker Seeks a High Office. An Indian clilcttnln aspires to a scat In tho United States senate. This Is not strange, for other Indian chiefs hare had the name laudable ambition, hut in this particular instance the aspiration might yet be realized. Tho aspirant Is a power among the tribes of tho Indian Territory and is famed for his achievements in tho civil walks of life In the great southwest. He Is Btrenuously working to form a cou lederatlon of tho tribes of the Indian Territory lu the hopes that statehood for the territory will then be easily secured and his election as United States senator would he almost sure to follow. He is a man of wonderful en ergy and executive ability and success tin's always attended lilm In his under takings. Those who know him will not be surprised if he reaches the goal CHIRP QUANAH PARKER, of his ambitions a seat In tho Unlte'l States senate. Quanali Parker Is tho name of this remarkable Indian. He Is ...

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. — 12 March 1902

I h- AnADAUICO DMKOCHAT. SHAW & BLANKENSHIP, Publishers. PRESTON P. SHAW. - Editor. L. D. BLANKENSHIP. MnnnRor, SUUSUIIUTION ItATBH. Ono yo.r In advance - $1.00 Six months In advunco - - $2.00 Thrco months in udvunco $1.00 Vi:i:iCi.Y. One Ycur Six Months. . . Three Montlis. $1.00 . CO . lift Advertising rules ninilo known on application. Application made for tnins-nlsslon through thi mulls ut tho poitodlco nt Aniilurko, Okluhonm, us ...ecoiid-olass mall mutter. Anadakko.Oici.a.., Maikmi 12,1002. lieu Lapp the Republican iiomi ncu in tlio 1st ward for councilman junta few days no was Haying all kinds of hard things nliout the city of Anadarko. Let lis elect men lo ollice that believe that Anadarko is a good place to live. A very peculiar incident happen, ed in the 1st waul Republican prim aries. The ticket fixers placed 10 names on the ticket to be voted for b delegates anil it turns out that Ihe 0 names fust placed on thu list were selected as delegates. The other boys were all ...

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. — 12 March 1902

f cvmswmm v . " tofficial Directory of Caddo Co. fcProlmtc Judirc -Charles P. Cruui. lAttorney Herbert D. Crotby. Trcasurer-W. II. Campbell. Cleric- li lie llalltr er. 1 Deputy Clurlt .1 C. Uendr neulttcr of Dccili-Wm. I. Lnecy. Deputy Kck'Nterof Dceds-A. v. uihiui i"hcrlB-rrnls Smith. oJtto or Charles II. Joucs. Superintendent of Schools -C. W. Turner Supt. of Tubllo Health -I)r. C. It. Hume. Coinmlssloncn-C. A. Cleveland. John II kWlmberly. Frank II Porwcll. Judire of Dlslriol Courl-C. f . I'.rwm. Clerk Ulslriist Court-Ed M. Miller. District ClPik -P. P. Vrooman. Official City Directory. MayoiW. 11. DtVEiis. City Attorney -Verde V. Hardcaitlc. Treasurer llcrt S. Dlxou. Clerk-W. W. l'rlce. Street Commissioner li Hlt-schc, police Jurtire-M. Ilrlstow. Chief of Police U. M. Cleaver. CHURCH DIRECTORY. ' FIUST Ilaptlst Church of Anadarko. Lot n Block 57. Appointment Itlble School Sunday at 10 a. in. Preachluu " II ' " Prcaclilntr "'" l. m. Younif l'eople's Meetinir at "00 p. m. 10aSeKrM...

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. — 12 March 1902

r sr jmiuumi' muni i i imiiiniBwiuuirj tVJLS A.JV ECCBJST&RIC Speni 500,000 on a Gomb (! nnd 25.000 for Throud & At Wilmington. Mas, the oilier 1ny, Mrs. Frances Hlller. one of the incut lemnrknhli) women of thu lliun In whirl) aim lived, illeil nnd was placed In (he famous itHket which hIip liuil curved for herself 12 years ngo. lie two, hfi- II nil Ininbntul'a death n similar casket had heen made Id receive his i cumins. The expenditures ot the (onplu in preparation for ilenth tire tmld to 1 nvo heen far greater than the vast nmouiils expended hy them In living. They were wealthy, Doctor U'lli-r having made a fortune out of a medical liiHtltutc In Boston. Flint of all, Doctor Illller nnd hla wife had constructed a mausoleum. Then tlioy had n wood carver, MaeGregnr, carve, the l wo eiBkptB which were exhibited til lUiston'll years ago. The nrtlst who made them was paid $35 n week nnd it toqk him live yeai'H to complete the work. The story has long gono the rounds that the c...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
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