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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 15 March 1902

' J T - ; v - i - 1 r 5 "' ''"'"t1 V 4 I Tort Clinnnliij's Siniitup Most poets have writteu ioo m'teV, this Is true even of the grentetrt Ho jor and Danto nml Shnkcspnro ajifl ClooUio; It Is also true ot Crmnnln; but 1 vi!l not be dimcult lor time to drop tho iitrlalialile part of It, leavlnp Viltn much more than wo ara ever like ly to have of Sappho's verso or that ol Alcacus or Bncchylldes, -whose fra;. menta come down to its overladen with Iho comments of hundred? ot scholars. Ho was awaro of tho defect In his poetic expression, and that labor and revision did not always aid ltla verses. In a copy of ono of his poems an nexed to tho life of Thoroau, which ho published In 1873, and whloh may noon bo republished with his additions and notes, ho has written at the top of tho pago; "pno of the most labored pieces I'oTer wrote, nut It was not helped by work." P. n. Sanborn in Sprlngflcld Republican. MUSCULAR SORENESS. As the result ot ovor-oxortlon and exposure to heat and cold, or fr...

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. — 15 March 1902

''waippyppp,,,,, ,, .nmny, n,'!7Sr JJCJ11 k Ml: Anadauko Dmuockat. SHAW & BLANKENSHIP, Publishers. PRESTON P. SHAW. -L. D. BLANKENSHIP. . . Editor MnnnKor SUIISC1U1T10K HATKS WAILY. One yo.ir In advance - - $4.00 Six months in advanco - - J2.00 Three months In udviinco 1.00 wnr.Kt.Y i'om.ism:i) kvehy Tiiuns- I)AY. One Year L0O Six Months W Thrco Months.... - Election Proclamation- Advertising nitos made known on application. Application mudo for transmission through tho malls at the pohtoilloo at Anadarko, Oklahoma, as second-class mall niatlor. Anaiakko,Oki..v., Makcii 15,1002 IMiriiTT. Street Commissioner, DEMOCRATIC CITY TICKET. b'or Jlnyor, J. C. CAltROLL. For C ity TreaHtirer, W. A. MclvttNNON. Kor City Attorney, RANDALL LIVESAY. I'or City Clerk, V. 8. UOHINSON. b'or 1'olico .ludjjo, Til HO DORIC It'o EDWARD 1UTSC1IE Tor City 3Iainhal, FRANK HIWLEY. Kor Tre.iHiirer School Hoard, JUNIUS OLDHAM. For Coiuioilnien Firm Ward, MR. DUN LAP. G. .1. LIVESAY. I'or. Memltcr School Hoa...

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. — 15 March 1902

f -) l' V Official Directory of Caddo Co. Probate J mice Charles F. Crura. Attorney llcrbcrt D. Crosby. Treasurer W. II. Ciimibell. Clerk Dj lie llalllnBer. Deimty Clerk .1. C Ileudr Ilcirhter of UceiU Wm. L Lacey. Deputy Ilr irMcr of Deeds-A. W. Koontz. Sherlft-rrank Smith. Surveyor Charles II. Jones. Superintendent ot Sehools-O. W. Turner. Supt. ot l'ubllc Uealth-Dr. C. 11. llume. Commlsslouers-C. A. Cleveland. John II Wlmberly. Frank 11. rnrwcll. Judue of District Court-C. F. Erwlr Clerk District Court Ed M. Miller. District Clcrk-F. F. Vroumun. Official City Directory. Mayor W. U. Diveiis. City Attorney Verio V. Hurdcastlc. Trcasurer-llert S. Dixon. Clcrk-W. AV. Price. Street Commissioner E. Uttsche. Police JudueM. Urlstow. Chief of Pollce-U. M. Cleaver. SECRET SOCIETIES. A. V. A A. M. Meets First iitidThldTucsdi.y.sof eachmonlh i, lnMasonlo Hall, corner nixm uuu untied-.. i Visltlnu brethren conllally Invited. I' HANK rAKiYlil.1. ,, . i'l. M. W. A. Meets ovcry Tuesday nlaht at ...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 15 March 1902

N Anadarko Daily Democrat rilHKTON 1". SHAW. ANADAUKO, OKLAHOMA. The Indian will next bo required to Subscribe to tho fnshlnn papers. Mark Tuploy would have made nn Ideal governor for llie Philippines. Two Hl.liHe would got MlM Stoao jut of llulgurln In twftity-Ilve minutes. Perhaps l)r. I'nrkhurst's remarks iliout "ileiul souls" moans those of :orj)orntlons. H Is wild that nil tin Dutch leudern llstniBt air. Olminlierlaln. Thoy must tc a suspicions lot. Crowned heads of Khrope and Asin Mo Jtmt lonrnlng that the United States to a koi1 placo, to visit. Botwoen the Japanese faction and ho Humlnn faction in Chlnu where (to the Chinese comu In. Another baohelor club disrupted by the frequency ol marriages eontracted by the members. What's tho use? Tho llold of discovery will never be lovorcd until somebody shall have dis covered some way of preventing fires. It might be posatblo to lend the In dian to tlio bathtub, but It would ro qulro the ontiro regular army to do tho rent. Copper mi...

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. — 15 March 1902

uajnmimrjirTiujnu.L.mjum mi l. ... IN THE ODD CORNER. Pscloria a R.ccord of Queer sxnd Curious Happenings cvnd Events. v-fflKSO! ' i"iui' nnTrg-nr-.crpiT..u. j i njjj h 9 n i niiii I Ml H S5l 't fc. 0. ot IB. t fce ir- le re OH te of Id II: a: r- erf b- e nf h- In . at et b tt ENFORCED "'1 -m1 - "" I'M Mwi ' Wkw I I ( ' i ' a - lW X 1 Woman If you will go to work I will give you something to cat. Weary Madam, I thank you, but r must eat first. - Woman Are you so weak as all that? Weary No, madam; but I am a post-prandlal orator, and never work ex cept at my profession. lilt Conacteneo Worried Him. Cassidy Why don't ye ate yer din ner? Casey Shurc this Is Friday, an' Ol'm wonderin'? Cassidy What are yc wonderin'? Casey Is turtle soup fish Whin It's made out o' veal? Philadelphia Press. A Criticism. "These cigars," I explained to my friend, "were made for King Edward.". "Is that so?" he said, drawing V ry hard at tho ono I had given him. "I don't blame him for not taking thee" Hut the...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 15 March 1902

' pany. No. 1. Cut nale on hIioch, Hlinpern, hootn clothing, hatH and capH at tho Lend er. lc't0 Two or three good brick inohlciH wanted at thcAnadarko llriokCoin- AddrcHH Joe Conlcy, City. HU40 No. 2. Wo want to meet nil the people in town, in order to do ho wo have inaugurated this big cut Hale. 107t0 No. a, You Hhould no more go to a gen eral Htore for hIioch and clothing than you would get a pienoription for yourself of a hoincdoctor. Tat roni.e experts at the Leader 16710 Elder W. C. ThompHon, of Apache, will preach at the Christ ian church, Anadarko Sunday at 11 o'clock a. in. and 7-.:i0 p. m. You arc invited to conic anil hear him. No. 4. Buy sIioch of an export shoe man, clothing of an expert clothier. You find them at the Lender only 157tU KOlt SALK A Htock of raekct goodH on C Htreet. At a barjjaui. Call at Democrat ollice. If7t3 No. C. Get your shoes of a foot iitter and make your foot glad.get your furnishing goods of a reliable man and bo up to date. At the Leader. U7t0...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 17 March 1902

-i rj'''"P jwy yi"ff?"fF Volume I . Anadarko, Oklahoma, March 17. 1902. Number 159 I C1 M AYFIELD LUMBER CO., The Weu?1 of To Maintain Our Reputation of the Pastas LEADERS Wherever We Are Located il&VUUl Undersoil Any and All Competitors.SaiisfaciionGuaranteed - - Material Always tho Best. Begining Today Wo Will Soil : ;xas Long Leaf Yellow Piive Dimension No. 1, Commoiv, at $16.50. No. 2, Common, ai $14.50. Remember, we will not be undersold: Our buyer is now in the Southern Market and will keep our stock well pplied. W. A. McKENNON, manager. Lumber and Coal Cheap, YES, the prices our competit ors are making are up to the . top notch, beside those e are here for our health and the pleasure of pleas ing you, selling .j . e will make you on every item of our big and well selected stock of Lumber, Shingles, Sash, Doors and Coal. Remember that its a pleasure for us to figure your bill and don't fail to see us beforeyou buy. N. D. BROWN, Manager. STEVENSON-BROWN LUMBER CO. Ve a,re N...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 17 March 1902

9 u&tas: . m MISS ViRGINJA GRANES Tells How HoKi.ilul Physiciano Uso and Italy upon hydla E. Phikhani's Vcgotablo Com- 1)01111(1. " Dent Mr. I'ixkhak: Twclvo rear continuous sorvleo .it the siuk bed In some of our lromlnent hospi tals, as will us at private homes, linn given mo iried i pcrlciirc3 with tho diseases nf women. 1 have nursed bomo & vr rm m MI3S VIlMHNt V (IKNXRS, president of Nursea'AMwolatloii.WtitertOTn.T.Y. most distressing eases of inlkimmation and uleenitloiioC tlic ovaries and womb. 1 liavo known that doctors used Lyilia i:. lMiiklmsn's Vt'ctnhlo Com pound when everything else foiled with their patients. I have advised my patiunts auil frleni'.s to use it and linvo yet to hear of its first failure to eure. " I'our yonrs ago I had falling of the wonikfromiitraining In lifting a heavy patient, and knowing of the value of your Compound I he-fan to use It at once, and in six weeks I was well oneo more, and have hud no trouble bineo. I am most pleased to have h...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 17 March 1902

7 aslt If i ioni Saul .fl"S )vnt frill IOWM :uid' I 1; roct Cliannlnj'j Mnttwtn Vost poets have written too inurii this Is true ovon ot the greatest Ho wor and Dante and Sb.ikespenrn and Gofctlic; It Is also trno of Outlining but 1 will not ho difficult (or time to drop tho perishable part of It, leaving inlm much moro than we are ever like ly to have of Sappho'a verse or that o( Alcaoua or llacchyliiles, whose frag ments come down to us overladen with the comments of hundreds of scholars. lie was aware of tho defect In his poetic expression, and that labor and vision did not always aid his verses. In a copy of one of his poems an nexed to the life of Thoreati, which he published In 1873, nnd which may soon bo republished with his additions and notes, ho has written at the top of tho page: "Otic of the most labored pieces : over wrote, lint It was not Helped by worlt." F. n. Sanborn In Springfield FIJOM EVERY QUARTER. Gutlirio boasts of n scholinBtiepopnln, tlou of 2,7411. Enrollmen...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 17 March 1902

mfmm fWMWWWPIW pPMWBjMWi mi inrrii. ' "V H" 'Jl Anadauko Dmeocuat. SHAW fie BLANKENSHIP, Publishers. PRESTON P. SHAW, L. D. BLANKENSHIP, . Editor. MnnnKor, SUllSCItll'TlON ItATKS I)Air,Y. Ono yo.ir in advanco - - $4.00 Six months In ndvunce - 42.00 Three months In advanco $1.00 wi:kki.y puiimhhki) i:vi:iiy thuus- DAY. OnnYcnr W Six Months M Thrnn Months.... 25 Advertising ratos mado known on application. Application made for trans:nlssion through tho malN nt tho poHtoilleo at Anadarko, Oklahoma, as second-class mall matter. AKAl)AltKO,OKI.A.,MAltril 17,11)02. DEMOCRATIC CITY TICKET. For Mayor, J. C. CARROLL. For City Treasurer, 'V. A. MolvFNNON. For City Attorney, RANDALL LI VESA V. Fqr City Clerk, V. S. ROHINSON. For Police Judge, TIIKODOltK PliUETT. For Street Commissioner, KDWAR1) MTSOtlE. For City Marshal, FRANK IIHFLEY. For Treasurer School Hoard, .JUNIUS OLDHAM. For Coiiiieilmen First "Ward, W. 1$. DUN LAP G. .1. L1VESAY. For Member School Hoard, C. P. LUNDGREEN. T. HAIvER. Fo...

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. — 17 March 1902

I Official Directory of Caddo Co. Probate Judite-Clmfles P. Crura, Attorney Herbert If. Crosby. Treasurer- V. II. Cftmibcll. Clerk I)j Ue llalllnirer. Deputy Clerl; J. f. Hemlr IteitMcr of Deeds Win. I. Lacey. Deputy Keidstcr of Dacili A. W. Koontz. Sherlfr-Frault Smith. Survej or Charles II. Jones. Superintendent of Sehools-C. W. Turner. Supt. of Public Henlth-Dr. C. II. Hume. Commlssloners-C. A. Cleveland. John II. Wlmberly. Frank It. Parwcll. Judire of District Court-C. P. Krwln. Clerk District Court IM M. Miller. District Clcrk-P. P. Vroomnn. Official City Directory. Mayor W. II. Diveus. City AtUirucy Verde V. llnrdcastle. Treasurer Dert S. Dixon, Clcrk-W. W. Price. Street Commissioner H. Dltsche. Police Judire M. llrlstow. Chief of Police -II, M. Cleaver. SECRET SOCIETIES. A. P. & A. M. Meets First nndThldTuesduj-Hof eaohinonth in Masonic Hall, corner Sixth nnd Dxtrects. VIsltlnit brethren cordially Invited. Piiank Paiiwkm. V. . M. M. TV, A. Meets every Tuesday nlifht at 7:...

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. — 17 March 1902

v I M It K. r N Anadarko Democrat I'JtUSTON 1". HIIAW. ANADABKO, - OKLAHOMA. TERRITORIAL NOTES. Artesian water was fonnil at Miami nt a depth of -JU5 foet. A Knights of Pythias lodgo litis boon instituted at Coninnoho. Tnlm's II ro (li)))itrtiiiont has two first class chemical 11 to engines. Attorneys for tlm Cherokeos will lie required to lllo briufs in 1,170 doubtful I'tlM'H. Chicknshu, I. T., linn boon made a city of tlio flrst-ohis to become ofVeutlvo pril 1st. Luwton lias already announced u county fair for this fall Ik-ginning Octolior 17. Ardmoro's new ice plant will bo com pleted in nlxty days ami will have a capacity of CO tons icr ilny. Copies of "Lnw's of the Crock Katlon" mid "All Tiontios "With tlio Indinns" nro becoming rtiic mid vuttinblo. A postofflce lias been established nt Phelps, Comaneho county, O. T., with Jlolicit 1. Simpson art postmaster. The Lchman-IIigglns Grocery com jinny, of Wiahitiii will establish n brunch nf Knitl currying n $100,000 stock. W T Peopl...

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. — 17 March 1902

I i l 1 I $ i 'it. & J V TALMAKK'S SERMON. ENCOURAGEMENT FOR ALL WHO HAVE BATTLES TO FIGHT. dtilclti In tlio Horn. in Anintilttiratrri l.lkontMl lo Tlioiu In 71ilcli Clin ulirli tlnil Vt'llittnml tliu Amjult. of till) Tinllr-Morili of 1'iiul. (Copyright, 1112. Louts Kloparli. N. T ) . Washington, Feb. 23. This discourse of Dr. Tnlmage lg full of Inspiring .oughts, for those who find life n struggle and shows that wo havo many celestial sympathizers; texts, Hebrews All, l.VSeelug we aUo nro compassed abent with so great a cloud of wlt neascs;' I Corinthians xv, 32, "I have fowiit with beasts at Ephesus." Crossing the Alps by the Mont Cents pssa or through tho Mont Cenls tun nel, you are In a tow hours set down at Verona, Italy, and In a few minutes begin examining one of the grandest ruins or the world, the Amphitheater. The Whnlo building 'sweeps around you In a circle. You stand in the arena whero tho combat wa3 once fought or tho race run, and on all sides the seats rise, tier...

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. — 17 March 1902

' 4 No. 1. Cut nalo on hIious, HlipiiurH, hoots clothing, IiiUh mid capH at tlio Lead er. IB 7 to Two or thrco good brick niohleiH wanted at tho Anadarko lJrickCoin- liany. AddruuB .loc Conlcy, City. lltlHI Xo. 2. Wo wnnt to meet nil tlio peoplo in town, in order to do ho wc liavo inaugurated this hig cut ialc. 15710 No. a, You hIioiiM no more go to a gen eral Htore for rIioch and clothing than you would get :v preHciiption for yourself of a ltormuloctor. l'at- roni.o expertH at the Leader 15710 Dr. Caldwcirn Syrnn Pepsin is pleasant to take. It is a pleasant laxative. Sold by 0. C. Stephenson No. t. Huy shoes of an expert shoe man, clothing of an expert clothier. You find them at the Leader only 15710 FOll SALK A stock of racket goods on C street. At a bargain. Call at Democrat ollice. ir7ta No. fl. Oct your shoes of a foot litter and make your foot glad, get your furnishing goods of a reliable man and bo up to date. At the Leader. 15 7 tO No. 0. Everybody must admit the bo-t and i...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 18 March 1902

r- . - i '" T"l. VWW-vi -,T 'J I Volume i . Anadarko, Oklahoma, March 18, 1902. Number 160 -J EVERY HONEST DEMOCRAT SHOULD REGISTER. IN ORDER. TO KEEP THE RASCALS OVT i. i V. EVERY ONE ATTENTION- The Democratic party should joiitiniic in power, because tl ey are the party of the people and because they liavti given the city of Ana- 1 darko an honest administration. Wo arc prepared to prove these -. assertions and challenge any thing Jto lle contrary. The following uaics nave uecn arranged iur biju.i inir in the various wards at which places we will unbuilt irreputable facts for your consideration. 1st ward at Mission meeting room north of track March 18th at 7J30 oclock- Speakers: W W Price and I II Keer. 2nd ward at Masonic Temple Thursday March 20th 7:30 oclock. Speakers: Berry Randolph and V V Ilardcaltle. Saturday Makcii 22nd. lteccption at McAnnieh Hall to the Democratic candidates. 3rd ward at Probate Court room March 25th 7:30 oclock. Speakers W I Ma- theny and P P Shaw. 4th ...

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. — 18 March 1902

t- . ll OUR SflSHlHGTOW LETTER. Up-fo-Datc Gossip and Mews Sent Direct from Hie National Ganltal. (Special Letter.) There art) tilno inumtiors nf the fini ii'f who woro born In tin- '20'h of the lam century, anil nil except one of them have seen Ions service in that great legislative lnnly. Singular an It may nccm, tho eldest of the nine Senator 1'cttiin In Just nerving hlB first term. All of the nine arc men of na tional refutation and wield powerful influence. Indeed, they get most ev erything tliey ask at the handa of the .Senate. Tho Immortal nine, an they have been called, wero born within .'i few years of carh other. Senator return honilH the Hut. lie was born In 1821, and his colleague, Mr. Morgan, In 1824. Sonutorri llawlcy, Hoar, and Hate first saw tho light of day In 1S25, .SenntoiH Piatt (of Connecticut) and Stewart were ushered Into the world ill 1S27. mid Senators Cullom and Al lison came two years later 1829. The youngest Senator Is Joseph Welilcn Halley of Texas, lie ...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 18 March 1902

" Wf'l"' -M i f f WITH THE HUMORISTS, Latest Jokes and Pleasantries Perpetrated by the Funny Man. Her good man was 111, and Mrs. Bo gelby lind been out to get the best luxuries her slender purse could afford for him. When she returned her hands trembled so with Indignation that sho could hardly untie her bonnet. "It all comes o' being poor,' said the old lady to her husband. "I Jlst stop ped a mlnnit at the Riches to tell 'em as how you wasn't gettln' any better, and Mrs. Rich said alio was sony, and wanted me to bring you a bottle of wine." "Did you bilng it?" asked the ailing man eagerly. "No; I heard her say it had been layln' down In the cellar ever since 18G5, and when she offered it to mo I Jlst walked off without sayin' a word." Moilera A(lertlalic Methods. There seems to bo only one way to boom this book of mine," said the voiing author, thoughtfully. "I think I'd better die boforo It comes out." "All right," said the "publisher. So the author was dead for adver tising purpo...

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. — 18 March 1902

ANADAllKO DMKOCJtAT. SHAW & BLANKENSHIP, Publishtrs. PRESTON P. SHAW, -L. D. BLANKENSHIP, . - Editor MnnaRor SU1ISCHIITI0N UATKS DAIIiY. Ono yo.ir in advanco - - $4.00 Six months In ad vuiico - - 82.00 Threo months in advanco - 81.00 WEEKLY l'L'HLISHUn UVl'.KY TIIUUS IIAY. Ono Year 81.00 Six Months M Three Months.... - Election Proclamation' Advertising rates made known on application. Application made for transmission through the mails at the postodlce at Anariarkn, Oklahoma, as second-class mall matter. Anaiukico.Okla., M.vurn 18,1002 DEMOCRATIC JCITY TICKET. "For Mayor, .1. C. CARROLL. For C ity Treasurer, W. A. MelvliNNON. For City Attorney, RANDALL L1VESAY. For City Clerk, V. S. ROHINSON. For Police .Judge, TIIKODORK PRUKVIT. For Street Commissioner, KDWARD 1HTSCIIK. For City Marshal, FRANK 11KFLEY. For Treasurer School Hoard, JUKI US OLDHAM. For Coiineilmon First Ward, W. 1?. DUN LAP G. .!. L1VHSAY. For Member School Hoard, C. '. LUNIKJ IlKHN. T. BAKER. For Councilman Seco...

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. — 18 March 1902

V A L r ' i IS I i Official Directory of .Caddo Co. Probate Judue-Chnrlei P. Crum. Attorney Herbert I). Crosby. Treasurer W. II Campbell. Clerk D)l.e llulllnKcr. Deputj Clerk J. C. Hendr ltcidMer of Deeds Win. I. Laccy. Deputy llciiWler of Dccds-rA. W. Koontz. Shcrllt-rrnuk Smith. Surveyor Charles II. Jones. Superintendent of Soliools-C. V. Turner. Supt of I'ubllo IIcaltli-Dr. C. It. Hume. Commtssloncrs-C. A. Cleveland. John II. Wlmberly. Trank II. Farwcll. Judge of District Court C. I firwln. Clerk District Court Ud M. Miller. District Clerk-P. P. Vrooman. Official City Directory. Mayor W. II Diveiw. City Attorney Verde V. Hnrdeastle. Treasurer Ilert S. Dixon. Clerk-W. W. l'rlce. Street Commksloner 11 Illtsche. Police Judire M. Urlstow, Chief of Police II, M. Cleaver. SECRET SOCIETIES. A. P. & A. M. Meets Plrst nndThldTups.l1.5sof each month In Masonic Hall, corner Sixth and D streets. Visiting brethren cordially Invited. I'll INK Faiiwii.l, W.M. M. "W, A. uu pierv Tuesday nlit...

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. — 18 March 1902

! 'fr r i SULTAN IN DANGER The effoits now being niadc to ic lf.ue finm cupthlty n former Sultan of Turkev, Murat V, who linn boon confined In the palace of Chornguii since IiIr disposition In 18711, recall nn Intcrehtlng chapter of iolttlr:il life In that woi.do.rful city of Intrigue, ambi tion, 1()M) and ciuolty, Constant innpl f. From its vciy foiniilnttnn, Constanti nople bus been tlu tluutnr of much that was tragical mid much that wu-. molodiauiiitlc, yit no period Is of mote jnliHorhliiK Interest to Um student of lilstory than that covering tho lelgn of the last tin co Sultans, Abdul-Aziz, Murnt V anil Abdul Ilamld II. whom an English poet him exiled Abdul the. Damned. i 'lhe I.nfo .iillnn Al. The atory opens In ISfil, wuen the Riiltan Aziz, the repiesentntivo of the Ml'FlT V Young Turkpy part and consequently of piogroas and advancement, ascend ed the throne. The beginning of his reign was lnnrked with many evi dences of modern advancement. He established free schools, built ...

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