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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 18 March 1902

W9ima y- -v 1 I . , 1 .--1 Tow ra.tVu; S! J'i DltfSMl t?5 1 ,TiA Fi rnkrfri'vi Li i ii.a " !.' 4li '" Lr-r-25irr,-t: Hh'1 if fill III) M m i f) Jill p C 1H Mir AlVV5 I 'tustllnr;, tiuiverjnt: downward, tS'tJ l I7I Jfl.Sit th$liit. 1. Hronze, nnil ruby, ami-Bold. Sifo-tfj Pl I L'j J """"iB over tno ran at pniim, "Slic u in, n i.iin r iiiiii nn in 1 " - z - Leaves that woro In tprlngtltni! A italnty emerald dross, That vngrnnt Hummer brcoEos Swayed with fnlnt caress. ft7Ai'.i5aw;il ?l a wimmfflft timW (W I mw.Mmiim ' Wi,te,, them uutB slov I Mil W Iffi HSa&il tr Throush the autumn hours, IE UPi!yiAiT In "" J,ll' nuttcrlnB tff jiltJ' ''Tl"lSJ '1 vi-r lhu (,lns "o"0"- 5 jtV uSh, .53 'y Oh, Ieacs, whose fresh, young beauty ITT ." wv,t KZZit I Hurst bravely forth In Mnv, That now, with line Krnwii yellow. Drift down In death today. - Your life In each VI FnlH, through tho quiet hours, A sold and crimson rain; S-5m "FJl "rj&p& For, with faint touch caresslne, October's sun stil...

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. — 18 March 1902

p m i k I'Jiiymmi i.Vu'SM. ii( y-ny-y; &? . -, r- ,;. k-i fffcr""nyil9h -TiSf t?rrr-,-,-r"- 'j'Tf'J 3 V - fjr V iT- -"" -. , , if"'' fill No. 1. Cut salo on shoes, slippers, bootH clothing, hats and cans at the Lead er. lr,7UI If you liavu anything to sell imtj your ad in tins Democrat, wneru yu-. reach all the people. ir'Mf No. a. , " We want to meet aI -no people in town, in order to c" ho wo- have inaugurated thin hg cut Hale. 157t0 Several lino .nated pairs of Red birds for sale. Beautiful plumage, fine singers. Inquire of Roy Coup or at Democrat ollice. 30U31 No. a, You Hhould no more go to a gen eral store for shoes and clothing than you would get a proHeription for yourficlf of a horscdoctor. Pat ronize cxportH at tlio Leader lC7tO Dr. Caldwell'H Syrup PepHin is pleasant to take. It is a pleasant laxative. Sold by 0. C. Stephenson No. I. Buy shoes of an expert shoe man, clothing of an expert clothier. You find them at the Leader only 15VtO Go to tlio Pioneer Drug Store op...

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. — 19 March 1902

pp" ' -J' DAILY D Anadarko, Oklahoma, March 19, 1902. Number 161 EVERY HONEST DEMOCRAT SHOULD REGISTER IN ORDER TO KEEP THE RASCALS OVT vrw TTpt28Fr" T'VSvW - ' "t EMOCRAT Volume I . STOCKTON OANON DISCOVERS. Will Eo Pionio Kesort For People of Auar'arko- Mr. W A McKcnnon lias made a discovery and while natives did not come from behind rock Hand proclaim him king of thenow land yet he says the spot looked glad to bo discover ed, so ho christened the canon "Stockton's Canon" and a beautiful waterfall which gaily tumbles over rocks for loO ft. ho named "Mar- Af garet Kails," in honor of his own m litfln liurrlitnt- Af-l t-.rarnt Virfrllllft The canon is on the farm of S C Stockton, seven miles northwest at the head of Leepor Creek and there is nothing to suggest such ccnery, nothing but prairie until -vou almost step off the edge, but there it is, 150 ft. deep in solid rock, 15 ft. across and a stream as clear as crystal flowing betrecn the walls of the canon. Tins fall 100 ft. liiirl...

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. — 19 March 1902

.: lif I ! i,-i 1! i i , I ,. I i W.ir. "All trembling 1-j tho mindow; All i'iliimo.1 is tilt- till. Thr dead II in tlio valley; Tho dead llo on tlio bill. And one itldo In the victor, Tlio other sldo bar. lost The women of two people Arc taunting up the cost." Edwin L. Siibln In Alnslee's Maga zine The C'll'llllllllllrllt (llj. The streets of Cleveland, bulb for itMldaneo anil busltiejB, uro oxeoptlon iilly broad mid well paved. The busi ness tenter la at a public pqimre tmd the Importnnt streets radiating from the sqiiati constitute part of the line of iiiai ch of all the city's parades). When ever there te u public demonstration the square mid adjoining sheets lite crowded with people. The square on the day of the (Jrand Army paiado In all probability will bo the point from which the (Jrand Army officiate anil other notables will levlew the proces sion. At nil events, there will bo a huge grandstand In the square for the delegates mid others, and doubtless the chorus oT school ch...

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. — 19 March 1902

& - h THE HENSEL GflSE. tf Sensational Murder Trim Is Stlrrino Up an Illinois Gountu. (Special Utter.) " " "' !' . ' pfejj Rivaling If not outdoing the Luet- gert and Rollinger wife-murder cases for sensational fea- tmea, motive and mystery will bo the trial of Charles A. Hensel, a young farmer of North Prairie, a scttle ment six miles north of Princeton, 111., who Is charged with having chok ed hla wife, to death and then attempt ing to burn her body to hide his Harry oion. alleged crime, so (Assistant state's that he could ob nttornuy.) taiu the J4.000 fra ternal life insur ance she carried In his name, and be free to marry another woman to whom ho was once betrothed. Hcnsel has been twice Indicted for the crime, If rrlao it was. He scorns the charges made ugalnst him, and with his attor neys contends that the death of the bride of five months was due to an ac dldcntal explosion of a lamp and that her neck was broken by timbers falling on her head In the building from which he...

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. — 19 March 1902

Ill fo I i 1 1 Anadakko JDmeochat. SHAW & BLANKENSH1P, Publishers. HRESTON P. SHAW. .. D. BLANKENSHIP. Editor. - MnnnKor, SUIISCHHTION UATJ'-S DAILY. Ono voir in mlvuneo - 84.00 Six months In udvunco - - $2.00 Threo months in udvunco 81.00 WI'XKIiY-l'CHLHIinD KVKHY TIIUHS UAY. Ono Your $1.'0 Six Month 60 Tliroo Months 25 Advertising rates mudo known on appllcutlon. Application mudo for transmission Cfarouj;h tlio mulls lit tho posto.lluu at Anadarko, Okluhoinii, us second-cluss mull uinttor. Anaiakko,Oki.a., Mauui 1U.1H02. DEMOCRATIC CITY TICKET. For Mayor, J. C. CAHHOLL. Tor C ity W Treasurer, A. iMcKliNNON. For City Attorney, RANDALL LIVKSAY. Tor City Clerk, V. S. UOlilXSON. Tor Police .Incite, THKOOOKH 1'KUKTT. ffor Street Coinnussioner, KDWAKI) IHTSCHK. For City Marshal, KKAN'Iv 1IKFLBV. Jfor 'I'reasnrer Suliool Hoard, JUNIUS OLDHAM. Kor Coiineilinen First Ward, V. 1$. DUN LAP O. J. LIVKSAY. Tor Member School Hoard, C. I'. LUNDOUKKX. T. HAKKll. 3'or Coiincilineii Second Ward...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 19 March 1902

W Tw??7T 4 f Ur ft J uwnmtmmvw Official Directory of Caddo Co, Probate Judire-Chnrlc F. Crum, Attorney Herbert D. Crosby. Treasurer W. II. Campbell. Clerk I)Ue llallluuer. Deputv rierlt J C. Hendry Kcitlstcr of Decdi Wm. I. I.ncey. Deputy Iteirlstcr of Deeds A. W. Kooitr.. Sheriff Prnnk Smith, feurvej or Onirics II. Jono. Superintendent of School- C. W. Turner. Supt. of 1'ubllo Ilcnlth-Dr. C. It. Hume. Commissioners -O. A. Cleveland. Johti II. Wlmberly. Frank II. Ftir ell. Juditn of District Court C. F. Krwln. Cletk District Cunrt-Ill M. Miller. District Clerk-K. F Vroomnn. Official City Directory. Mayor W. H. Divkiu. City Attorney Verde V. Hardcastle. Treasurer llert S. Dixon. Clerk-W. W. Price Street Commissioner B. llltsclic. Police Juilae M. Drlstow. Chief of l'ollce II. H. Cleaver. SECRET SOCIETIES. A. F. & A. M. Meets First nndThldTucsdujsof enchmonth n Masonic Hall, corner Sixth and Dhtreets. VWtiuir brethren cordially invited. Fiiank Fauwki.i- W, M. M. W. A. Meets every ...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 19 March 1902

I. 1 I !. i ' ' INC I'rliicc Henry of Prussia left the Fatherland to inert "Old Glory" 'us quickly no the North ucrmun Uoyd steamship Kronprlnz Wllhelm, tho newest and most magnificent, ocean 'greyhound, will lrur him. I Ills departure, from the port of Drcmerhnvon was mado impressive, hy Its lmpllctt.v. Tlio ICmporor did not want a, great show hecauao tlmt, per haps, would spoil tho Impression of the great American leecptlon. Besides, the Prince, llko n true Bailor, hates medieval pomp and ceremonies. Nev ertheless, many people- hurried to Ilrcmerhavcn to hoc him leave because they felt tho Importance of tho political event. Tho I'rlnco arilvctl In Bremen ac companied hy the tourt murolml, Hear Admiral rrolllcrr Feckondoifr. Cap tain of tho Navy Von Muller, Con otto Captain and Ald-de-Camp of Empeior Von Grutnme, Catalu Lieutenant Schmidt von Sehvvlnd and Captain Lieutenant von Egldy, Ald-de-Camp of lho Prince; Captain Lieutenant von Trotha, Assistant Surgeon General of tho Navy Ho...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 19 March 1902

L Ui$ BOY KING Grand Ceremonies to Attend Gomlna o! flae ol tlie yontlitnl Monarch. (Special Letter.) At no time, within the memory of the present gcnoratlon has tho faco of Kuropc presented bo Interesting a plc ure to tho student of International wlltlcs as at this Juncture. Old alll inces aro In tho act of being dissolved, lew ones are being sought and found, lomcstic policies aro being subjected o tho most radical changes, anil In ill this confusion there remains only no thing clear and transparent, name y, tho eagerness of each of the pow rs of tho Old World to establish Itself Kins Alfonso nt 9 Year of Act. as tho particular friend of the United States of course, at tho expense of iho others. It looks very much as If close relations with the United States hind Intimate friendship with this great fvjjepubllc were to be from now on the key noto of the foreign policy of the European powers, and as It tho center 3f gravity In International affairs, after having been situated In tur...

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. — 19 March 1902

Sales clay Saturday at Ingram it IIolTiuaiiR bakery on layer cakeH sa cL'ntseaeli. lOlta No. 1. Cut nalc on hIiouh, Hlippein, boots clothing, hatH and capH at the Lead er. 15710 If you have anything to sell put your ad in the Democrat whero you reach all the people 150-tf No. 2. Wo want to meet all the people in town, in order to do so wc liavo inaugurated this big cut sale. 157t0 Try the Delmonico under the new management. lOltC No. 3, You should no more go to a gen eral store for shoes and clothing than you would get a prescription for vourself of a horsedoctor. Pat- rouixc experts at the Leader I57t0 The Delmonico feeds tho highest class trade. lOltO Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is pleasant to take. It is a pleasant laxative. Sold by O. C. Stephenson No. 4. Buy shoes of ait expert shoo man, clothing of an expert clothier. You find them at the Leader only 15710 Go to tho Pioneer Drug Storo opposite postoilice for ilower seeds and garden seeds. l-IOtlS.' No. 5. Get vour shoes of a f...

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. — 20 March 1902

ANADARKO DAILY DEMOCRAT Volume I . Anadarko, Oklahoma, March 20. 1902. Number 162 IEVER.Y HONEST DEMOCRAT SHOULD REGISTER. IN ORDER. TO KEEP THE RASCALS OVT 4; . Bryan's Warm Reception- The informal reception to Mr. Bryan Marchl3l:iHtcl some lime,and during its continuance Speaker Hen derson came from his private ollioe and Representative LUtlefiold of Maine temporarily vacated the cbnir of the house, in commit too of the whole, in order to join in the greet ing. When Rcprcsenative Grosvenor of Ohio shook hands with tiie Ne braska man there was an exchange of good naturcd bantering ou presi dential candidacies, lteprcsntativo wanson of Virginia raised a laugh when he mentioned Cuban recipro city. Sir. Bryan took lunch at the house wing. Later in the day Mr. Byrau paid, a visit to the senate wing. lie was there entertained in the marble re ception room and met most of the k democratic and rcpublcan sena tors. The conferences were gen- 1 orally brief, and as a result were de (ivotcd s...

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. — 20 March 1902

'r$'?" ' if. If' la rour heme supplied with the greatest ef pain relievers? Hamlin's Wlxard, Oil' krraltat remady (or eraergenclae. It lii easy to admit thut a nmn iglevsli headed If ho 1b below your level. "lfEbON9IDEnE57 A Topeka man lost a. small opal tot out of hlB ring and went to the Jeweler: to have It replaced. Returning home ha found the lost set and, putting It Id, his mouth for safe keeping, hurried back to the Jewelar'a to have that let used Instead of the new opal. Rushing Into the store, he said "Say, I've found the old set, so don't uso that new one." He attampted to remove th stone from his mouth, gave a gulp, looked sheepish and said, "I guess you'll have to une the ne stone." That mnn needed a bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. Sold by all druKK'sts and guaranteed to cure con stipation, stomach and liver troubles. Men and women are changeable otherwise there would bo no divorces and rumnrriugPH. Dnflanoe Starch Is pat up IS ounces in a paokafre, 10 cents. One-t...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 20 March 1902

Mrs. Francis Podmore, President W. C. T. U., Saranac Lake, New York, Owes Her Health to Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound. Read Her Letter. "Dear Mrs. Pinkiiam : For several years after my last child was born I felt a peculiar weakness, such as I never had experienced before, with severe pains in the ovaries and frequent headaches. " I tried the doctor's medicines and found it money worse than wasted. A friend who had been cured through the use of Ijydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound advised me to try it. I did so, also your Sanative Wash, and I must say I never experienced such relief before. Within six weeks I was like another woman. I felt young and strong and happy once more. " This is several years ago, but Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is my only medicine. If I ever feel bad or tired a few doses brings instant relief." Mrs. Francis Podmore. $8000, FORFEIT IF Tlir. ABOVE LETTEU IS NOT GENUINE. "When women aro troubled with irregular, suppressed or painful menstru...

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. — 20 March 1902

RSP" ''y 'l ft , - A ' "ynpwTBTwwMHBBFBBBBBMBIHHBMBBHiMiBBHMfcHyMMfciiMMn i If i? '" SFvTfP ' " "r''WVr- "'TOr J . "--7f - -- "'. - t i: im fcr Anadahko Djikochat. SHAW & BLANKENSHIP, Publisher. PRESTON P. SHAW, L. D. DLANKENSHIP. - Editor. ManaKor, SUIISCHIPT10N UATKK DAIkY. One yojr In udvnnco - $4.00 Six months In udvnnco - $2.00 Threo months In udvnnco $1.00 WKKK'.Y I'UHUIIIKD IJVKIIY THUItS DAY. OneYcur n.m Six Months fiO Three Months.... 2fl Advertising mtes niado known on ftppllciit I en. Application made for trans nl.ssion through the innlls at tho imsio.lloo ut Anulswko. Uleluhoinii, ns Hecond-cliw twill matter. ' AnaDAHKO.OiU.A., MaUCII 20,1002. DEMOCRATIC CITY TICKET. For Jlavor, 'J. C. CARROLL. Fur ( ity Treasurer, V. A. McKMNNON. For City Attorney, RANDALL LIVESAV. For City Clerk, V. S. KOHINSON. For I'olieo .linlge, TIIMUDOHK I'HUISTT. For Street Coinnifioiior, EDWARD 1JLTSCIIE. For Citv AI:irsli:il, FRANK 11KFLEY. For Treasurer School Hoard, JUNIUS OLDHAM. For Coi...

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. — 20 March 1902

-vxy rr-VTif . Pergonal The Indy who had to leave tho denti tion party the other night before It was over t Ml iilcnso call at our drug store and gV. a bottle of Dr. Caldwell'B Syrup Pepsin. Sho has Indigestion or she would not have taken sick and if she had taken Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin sho would not have had Indigestion. In 50 and 91 bottles at all druggists. 'Twas a Falso Alarm 1 have used your Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin and can truthfully recommend It. Some four years ago doctors told me that I had I fright's disease. I wns.lrid up three months and nothing I ued helped mo and no food would stay on my stomach. I used one bottlo of jour Dr. Caldwfll'3 Syrup Pepsin and food would stay on my stomach and I craved something to eat. I got wolI.Theio was no Drlghfs dlseas6 about mo. It was a "falso rumor." Ever since I havo rec ommended Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep sin to friends and strangers. It Is just splendid. I have fully confidence in It. Geo. T. Benedict, 030 West Klmr st ect, ...

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. — 20 March 1902

llSW-"""" Anadarko Daily Democrat FOR OUR JUNIOR READERS. ITH THE VETERANS I'KKSTON 1'. 8IIAW. L4 OKLAHOMA. Jan Kubellk's raven hnlr acems to ho a splendid ro-cnfnrcoment to hla violin shading. Gen. Wcyler wants tlio Spanish Rrmy reduced probnbly to put tho navy In countenance. Germnn-bullt boats may do for trnda or tho navy, hut for liiitiaolf tbo em peror wants tho best. An emergency appropriation to sup ply our statesmen with sparring les sons Is earnestly suggested. Prof, llerron has been In Eiircpo long enough to learn that America Is threatened with a revolution. Tho mlcrobo that causes gray Imlrs has been discovered, but no Injunction has ben served on him us yet. Tho early sprint; talk about tho destruction of tho peach crop seems to have been nipped In the bud. To tho averago workman Increased wages aro better than now resolutions for tho beginning of n fresh year. Tho Pan-American congress Is al ready bearing fruit. Washington Is Importing Mexican bullsnakes to catch her r...

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. — 20 March 1902

)' k vnaiVvwwwwvvvvvvvvwwvvv A MASTERFUL WOOING By EVELYN R.AYMOND s Copyrlrut. 1K, by Dally Tho event of the season was over In the little Texas village of Cypress Bayou. All tho San Jacinto bay coun try had furnished the dancers, and among them had come Henry Mitchell, Just home after seven years' absence In remotOtAlaBka. Success was written In his face, and success meant wealth with the Mitchells, hence the people fell to wondering If Henry Mitchell would be true to his bay-country sweetheart of Bevcn years ago, for Car oline Wells was poor. The man, howovor, did not reveal his feelings. He danced and talked with other old friends as with Caroline Wells. But In nor face, and not in tho others, there might have been seen a faint glow as of hope. Tho rekin dled light of a forgotten love still shone In her ayes the second day later as she stood upon tho shore of the San Jacinto, contemplating the leadon waste of water In the late afternoon. An east wind blew and the girl's wavy bro...

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. — 20 March 1902

tmim'i awwii . ,.. .i-z. -r , a n,y t 5 .'-j3ESaSBtBSHBCJ 1 -' M . - - Faction Proclamation- li ftwlk fmVk i9EV 2M& 22lf& Jffi&. 2k$&. stiffly 2ffi& zil, tfir&, 2lW V WM qp M M UV VW W TO Wl W VU M m MisS Caillphell OppOHltC Post Office. Millinery opening Satur day aftetnoou and ovcning. 10210 Snk-H day Saturday at Ingram & HofTinans hakeryon layer cakes 23 cents each. 10U3 Ask C. 15. Gaunt for prices on car Heed corn, led oats, cane, kafTir corn cotton seed and all kinds of feed. Cor. fith and 1) Ht. 10210 No. 1. Cut sale on shoes, slippers, bootH clothing, liatH and caps at the Lead er. 157t0 If you have anything to sell put your ad in the Democrat where you' reach all the people. 150-tf No. 2. Wo want to meet all tho people in town, in order to do ho we have inaugurated thin big cut Hale. 15710 Try the Delmonieo under Jic new management. 101 to No. 3, You should no more go to a gen eral Htorc for shoes and clothing than you would get a prescription for...

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. — 21 March 1902

) if 1 ! MOCRAT Anadarko, Oklahoma, March 21. 1902. Number 163 EVERY HONEST DEMOCRAT SHOVLD REGISTER. IN OR.DER. TO KEEP THE RASCALS OUT ANADARKO DAILY DE . . I Volume i . 1 4 'V v HOTEL THE BUILT Modern Hostelry For Anadarko. POSSIBLY AN OPERA HOUSE To Be Erected In Connection With the Hotel Dr. M Bucllcsfcld of Troy Grove 111., left tliis morning for his home in the suburbs of Chicago but before ho went he gave out positive infor mation that ho will as soon as he can gain prosscssion of his corner, begin tho erection of a 40 room modern brick hotel, steam heated, on the site cast of the Anadarko Natio lal bank on Divcrs-avc. He is also liguringon building an opera house in connection with the hotel but has not fully decided up on that matter. The hotel is a certainty, tliough, and Dr. Buelles feld purposes having it open to the public in the early fall. Sumilv vouihelf with a nice 3 layer cake Saturday at Ingram & Hoffman's bakery for your Sunday dinner 28 ecnts each. 101t3 CI...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 21 March 1902

jTOsgpfm'" , B(I3.ij niCHES OF ECUADOR. j' &9 Mim Who Waite. 5iXiXiXSJ3eS(i Yon came to me at morning When the breeze played with my hair .And tlie trees hung low with blossoms; How could I really care? I "or the romping winds had called mc To chase the butterflies, And the white clouds sailed above mc Like dream ships in the skies. You came to mc at noontime, Where I'd (lung me down to rest, And 1 rudely thrust you from me ; Surely I myself knew best. Was there not the world before me? Had I not yet miles to go? Could I hope to reach the mountains Ere the setting sun sank low? You came to me at evening Through the misty moon's faint beams, When the odors of dead roses Mingled with x my old, old dreams. And you told again that story Fraught with mystery of the years, And when I turned to answer My eyes were filled with tears. -r - ,1 ?3a3e Famous Russian N Soldier xsoixse? i WAS FIEt.D MARSHAL 8 GOURKO, THE HERO OF f THE TURKISH WAR. 00 w rii Country I u Irt-Hnurn Vnalt (Inly At...

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