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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 21 March 1902

',?r WTJ' 5.l"'W1'i:T3fl J !V. J Chased Many people In the United States know what it Is to face a mob of half crazed men, but few people have had the oxperloDCo of standing off a mob of roaring hippopotami. Lionel Decle, who Journeyed through the heart of Africa, from Capo Colony to Cairo, for five days fought his way down tlio upper Nile, opposed at every few yards by great, hulking hippopotami, who had every disposition to wreck the traveler's frail boat, but whose clumsiness, together with the unceas ing vigilance of the explorers, alone prevented the cntastrophe. All the long way from Wadolal to Affudu the young explorer and his men battled with their great lumbering foes. Time and again It would seem' that their boat was about to be broken Into kindling wood by a furious chargo of some wounded hippopotamus, but in the-nick of time a volley at closo range from tho crew would bring the beast down or else turn him aside, and the explorer and his party would escape. Mr. Decle, in ...

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. — 21 March 1902

ipt mi h. umrx wB v Wy JMwmmiL. " "JViHHI I Anadarko Dmkockat. SHAW & BLANKENSHIP, Publishers. PRESTON P. SHAW. L. D. BLANKENSHIP. - Editor, MnnaKor, suiiscmrnoN uatjis daily. Ono yo tr In advance - - $-1.00 Six months In lulviinco - 42.00 Thrco months in mlvanco $1.00 vi:i:ki.y i'oiimsiif.d cvkuy tiiuiis- DAY. Ono Year 41.00 Six Months fX) Three Months l!j Advertising rates uinilu known on application. Application niailo for trims hlsslon through the mails at thu postoilluo at Anadarko, Oklahoma, us second-class mail matter. Anaoaiiko.Oki.a., Makcii gl,ll)0L. DEMOCRATIC CITY TICKET. For Mayor, .1. C. CARROLL. For C ity Treasurer, W. A. MclvKNXON. For City Attorney, RANDALL LIVKSAV. For City Clerk, W. S. ROHINSON. For Police Jiulc, TIIHODORK RRUETT. For Street Commissioner, EDWARD HITSCIIH. For City Marshal, FRANK 1IKFLKV. For Treasurer School Board, .JUNIUS OLDHAM. For C'ouiioiluieii First Ward, V. H. DUN LAI' . .1. LIVKSAY. Tor Memlier School Hoard, C. 1'. LUNDCJRKHN. T. HAKKR...

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. — 21 March 1902

( ff 1 M Official Directory of Caddo Co, Probate Judtti Charles F. Cruin. Attorney Ucrbrrt 1). Croiby. Treasurer W. II. Cnmvbell. Clerk-Djko l:illl titter. Deputy Clerk .1. C. Hemlrv KcKlstcr of Detrtt Win. I. I-aisey. , Deputy Keiriilcrof Deeils-A. W. Koontz. Sherlll-Frnrik Sinttli. Surveyor Ctmrlcs It. Jones. Superintendent of Sehoois-C. V. Turner. Supt. of JJiibllc Ucnlth-Dr. C. It. Hume. Comrakslonet-i-C.'A. Clovelnud. John II. Wlmbcrly. I'rnult It. Purwcll. Juuire of DWtrlot Court-C. P. Kr In. Clcrlt DWrlct Court KA M. Miller. District Clerk-P. F Vrooinan. Official City Directory. Mnyor W. II. Divbiw. City Attorney Verde V. llnnleiistlc. Treasurer Dcrt S. Dixon. Clerlt-W. W. Price, Street Couim'.viloner II Illtsehe. Police. Judirc M. IlrWow. Chief of Police II. M. Clcnver. SECRET SOCIETIES. A. P. A. M. Meets First nmlThldTues,li.yHof pach month n Mnsonlo Hull, corner Sixth iiml I) streets. Vlsltln brethren eoUrlnvltca. M. W. A. Meets every Tuesday nlirht at 7:30 tnMc AninehUaU....

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. — 21 March 1902

Nhl II THE VLA,jSETSIJJLy Looking NortlMvuril. (Copyrighted. 11)01, liy C. de Snlnt (lermaln.) Our old friends, the constellations jf Hip northern henitiphore, have al tered their positions considerably since Juno positions were tnkon. You undtM'Mland that thosp changes urn bo gradual I hut, although they uppc.ir quite Impoitunt, If wo compare tho first night of any month with the- (list nWit of tho preceding or tho follow ing inontli, tlioy aecin Insignificant when looked for on the List (lays of .t motitli, and the Unit of tho following month. Now, on .Inly tho first, hero Is how this portion of tho firmament wilt look- to iih on a door night. Near tho zenith, almost In a line, IlenotnaRch of "Ursa Major" (The Groat nipper), and Alwald and Etnnln In tho lic.nl of "Ditto" (Tho Dragon); whllo to the cxtromo right shines the Htiporb Vena of "Lyra" (Tho Lyro), and, at tho px trenio loft, tho monger conHtellatlon "Cor Cnrolt" (Tho Heart of Charles). On a Bocond horizontal row, so to ap...

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. — 21 March 1902

h n i i r TEAYEL IN SICILY. L1QHTS AND SHADOWS OF TAORMINA. Story nf thff Oil Mmmtttrj or 8m Do ipctilcn -Sreim In Hint About Tor uilnu Tlic Crowded Mouutulu l'uk ut Aotua, (Rome Letter.) In my stay nt Tuurmmn I found o'lt more nbout tlio olil moiittatory nt s.n.1 Dumcnlco, which la now a hotel. The story is more Interesting even than 1 had thought at first. The monastery was founded by Damenno Hoseo In the year 1430. Ho was a direct descendant of Tancrcd rilautevllle, and therefore claimed kindred with WIMlam the Conqueror. The place has remained In the possession of the Uojho family ever bince, and it was the present repie Bentativo of the family who told mo its story. In all Its long history ser vices In. the church have been k:pt up, and they aie so still In one of the chapels, though this is only a private for the Rosso family and their house hold. The wood carvings in the choir and the sacristy and on the pulpit, which arc so marvelously llch and fine, were the llfework of one...

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. — 21 March 1902

fWw"T T3 Tt vprto- i-i J& . MisH Campbell oppomto PoNt Oflice. Millinery opening Satur day nftulnoon and overling. lOSitit SalcH day Saturday at Ingram & Hoffmann bakery on layer cakes 12!) cents eacli. 10113 If you have anything to well put your ad in the Democrat whore you reach all this people. 150-tf Try the Delmonico under the new management. 101 to The Delinonioo fcodM this highest class trade. 10U0 Ur. Caldwell'H Syrup Pepsin is pleasant to take. It is a pleasant laxative. Sold by O. C. Stephenson U7t0 All kmlH of grape cuttings for sale at St. Patricks Jlission. fiOo per 100. 1 mini For patties and socials get prico on llissants celebrated ice cream from Ingram & Hodman. H)7t0 Coal, Hour, feed and grain at Leach it l'eaeoeu. ti One trial at the Delmonico and vott will alwuvseat there. 10H0 WANTED: To buy a horse and buggy, inqiiiru at this olliee. 100-ti Kat at the Dclmonieo. HiltO L Cake, sandwiches and eoffeo and "Noah" at the Heading Hoom to night. jS'o charge...

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. — 22 March 1902

t ' V Volume I EVER.Y HONEST DEMOCRAT SHOULD A CAMPAIGN OF LIES Misrepresentation and Vituperation IS THEIR ONLY ARGUMENT Republicans' Last Resort Is to Offer toTrado Off Certain Unfavored Nominees of Their Own Party In Order to Eleot Favorites- Tho republican party in floundering about in a swamp vainly trying to find 80ino tenable ground on which they can stand long enough to make an honest argument. The will-o'thc wisp of failure is leading them deep er and deeper Into the mire, and in a moment of desperation their paity organ, the Tribune has commenced to throw mud and to manufacture Vf '"falsehoods out of the whole cloth Wi They have made statement after statement which cannot be substanti ated and which proves that they are proceeding on the theory that the truth can never overtake a lie, and they hope through hypocritical mis- repiesentation to win this election before the honest voters can dis cover the falsity of their statements In yesterdays Tribune under the caption "Dem...

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. — 22 March 1902

Jt Anadarko Democrat (1 rnnrroN r SHAW. OKLAHOMA. ANADARKO, OKLAHOMA AND INDIAN TIMIUI I'Oltl Chandler get tlio Katy; tin contract is signed. Tim Conloll icitcilTti' has been ad vanced to presidential oluns. Dally puMenger trains lire running between Arapaho nnil Cordoll. One ulna of 84 attorneys were ad mltlml to tlio bar nt Liiwtou tlio othur tluy. K. A. Cimiuron, ox-reglster of tlm Alva land district, is to practice law at Alva. Oklahoma City proposes to dam tl.c Canadlnn Hvor to inuroftMi its water supply. Tim Pawhuska .lonrnal report the death of many hogs on the Osage res ervation. Tho poatollleo nt Latham near Fort Cobb has been uliiinged in name to Carnegie,. Tho Osnges have been holding' a meeting at l'awhiislca to attend to tribal business. Geary has been proclaimed a eltv of the. Ural class, Tim flint city election is bet for April 1. Tho Kuid city j'lll was set on lire nntL burned by Arch Miller, who had been locked up to sober off. There la universal protect anion;; hl ...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 22 March 1902

f ATE Of MAXIMILIAN. Page of History That Reads Like an Extract from a Romance. (Special Letter.) OR aorao months past, In addition to the many other representatives ot foreign governments, Vienna has been harboring a new dip lomatic mission from Mox ko. The presence In the iniptrlul City ot this par ticular embassy, consisting of two men with the high-sounding namerf of Don Jose de Teresa Miranda (a near rela tive of President Diaz), and Manuel de LIzardi, means that there Is now a complete renewal of ofilclal relations between Austria-Hungary and Mexico, which were- broken off thirty-five years ago. The recent reception of the Mexican ambassador was, how ever, preceded by tho consecration of an expiatory chapel at Quertaro, erected to the memory of Maximilian, and to which the emperor Francis ,lo Lepu sent a magnificent altar piece, as n. memorial of his martyred brother. This new state ot things naturally brings once more before the public eyo the noted Mexican city, where a gen ...

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. — 22 March 1902

iPiiw'''"- a Jteujai.i Jt d ' h AnADAUICO DMKOCKAT. SHAW & BLANKENSHIP, Publishers. PRESTON P. SHAW, -L. D. DLANKUNSHIP, - . Editor MannKor, SUIISCKIITIOK HATKN DAILY. Ono yo.ir In ndvanco - 81.00 Six months in mlviinco - - 2.00 Three months In udviinco $1.00 WKBKt.Y rUIIUmiKI) KVKUY THUltS DAY. One Year 81.0) Six Months ft) Three Months. . . . -" Tho Platform Advertising rates liiudo known on application. Application inudo for transmission through tin' until ut tho postortlco nt Aintlurkn, Uklnhoma, us sreond-eluHS mull mutter. Ana!)AHKO,Oki.a., M.UKll 212,1002. DEMOCRATIC CITY TICKET. For Mayor, J. C. CAUKOLL. ' For C ity Treasurer, V. A. MeKIiNXON. For City Attorney, KAN I) A Mi LIVHSAY. For City Clerk, W. S. KOP.INSON. For Volicu Judge, TIIUODOK15 PKUHTT. For Street Commissioner, KDWAltD 1HTSOIIK. For City Marshal, KKANIv IIKKIiKY. For Treasurer School Board,. JUNIUS OliDIIAM. For C'niiuoilmcn KirHt Yarl, W. 15. DUN LAP G. .1. LIVKSAY. For Member School Hoard, C. P. LUNDGKKK...

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. — 22 March 1902

! mrf-'nTTaJW ? , W. Koontz Official Directory of Caddo Co, Probatu JuJse-Charies V. Crum, Attoruor Hciliert 1). Cro-.br. Trcmuror W 11. Campbell, Club Plr llilllmrrr. tiiittr llfr .1 f Hrndr Rcjrtalcr of DpciI Win I I.acey Uejiutj llcimtcrur i)ee SticrUT ! mint amn Survojor Chtirlcs II Joue Supeilutculcnt or Sohoolt-C W. Turner. Sum. of lNibtlo llenlth-IK C. It. Hume. Corainls-.li)irrt-C A 01celuml Julm It "Wlaibcils Truikll Piirwcll Jurtite of D'strliJt Court -C 1' Urn In CIcrl. DiftiJct Court 111 M Miller District CloiU r r Vimimati Official City Directory. Major W II Din is CItV Atlom" Vcnlo V. Hnnloistle. Treasurer licrt S Ulxuu Clerk-W W lrlee 'treot Coimalstliut-r II lllthi'lie Police Jmlire-M ilrMo Chief of Police II M Clemer SECRET SOCIETIES. A P 5. A M Meets Ilrit nnilTliMTuesdMHOf "ichminlta nMivoulo Hall, corner Sixth ami I) streets VWtlntr brethren eorJtnlls InUtctl riiAitk rvitwrix. M Meets ecrj Anlnchlliill M. W. A TucsdD) nlzht nt 710 InMe I. rj MrlkMaitx r, i. I. O ...

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. — 22 March 1902

1P-BTSTT!''"T" '" 'M M ft 1 r"r m supplied with the crBltwl f pHn rellevera? Hamlin's Wizard Oil greatest remedy for emergencies. It it rusy In ndmit Unit a mini is level, headed IT ha in below your level. RECONSIDERED." A Toprka man lost a small npal set out of IiIh ring and went to the Jeweler to liae tt loplaced. Untiimlng homo lie found the lost Sft and, putting It In his mouth for safe keeping, hurried back to the Jeweler's to have that set used Instead of the new opal. Hushing Into the store he (raid "Sy. I've found the old Bet ho don't use that new ouo." I In altcmptail to remove the Htono ftoin hln mouth, ftavo a gulp, looked hherplKh and said, "I guess you'll have to hup the ne atom." Thut man needed a bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, Sold by all drtiKt ts am' guaranteed to euro con btlputlon, stomach nnd liver troublos. Mm nnd wiui'U'bik chuiigeuhle otlnTwlw theic would bo no divorces nnd nniiirriiiKirt. Drflauos Starch I pat up 1ft ounces in a panksKn, 10 cents. One...

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. — 22 March 1902

V v W. TRESID ENtWI Mrs. Francis Podmore, President W. C. T. U., Saranac Lake, New York, Owes Pier Health to Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound. Read Pier Letter. "Dear Mrs. Pikkham : 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 Lydia 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. $5000 FORFEIT IF THE ABOVE LETTER IS XOT GENUINE. "When women nro troubled with irregular, suppressed o...

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. — 22 March 1902

WW ', & Jiff "'illBWI " miflWIUMMrtlmilM iiwwb . ii mirrrfri nllTWlMIMM auiw jMiMwwlMBilUlfllMIMlBM Ohuroh Services Iov. J. L. IleiiHon liiis been called to Jaeknboro Tex. to attend tlio funeral of liin sifiter and Kov. .1 J Mothvin will fill his piilpit at Methvin chapel Sunday morning at 11 oeloek and evoning nt 8 1 M. At the Congregational ehnreli the subject for tho morning will bo "Tho Power of tlio Gospel." In tlie evening the subject will be: Christ's Trial." A nong ncrvicc bogining at 7:ir will precede tlio evening sermon. All are eortiiany invited to attend these services. tlKirst Baptist Church Usual services tomorrow S. S. 10 oclock Temperance- Sermon. Subject, The CliiHtimi Patriots Obligation. Young peoples theme 7 o'clock, our own for Christ. Gospel sermon by the pantor 7:lfi o'clock. L. II. Holt Pastor. Hogui'nie; Monday at nine oclock and lusting all day, Ingram & Hoff man at their two places will sell pcaunut candy and all kinds of fresh tallies r.tO cents a...

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. — 24 March 1902

w ANADARKO DAILY DEMOCRAT O Volume i . Anadarko, Oklahoma, March 24. 1902, Number 165 EVERT HONEST DEMOCRAT SMOULD REGISTER. IN OR.DER. TO KEEP THE R.ASCALS OVT ' if MILLER BROS LUMBER YARD f Is now open to all comers and buyers of Lumber and Building Material. We are on the Corner of 7th and B Avenues, the old Logan & Friend stand. Our long ways talker is No. 1, so is our Lumber. We have our own team and will deliver to any part of the city free of charge. Our pay roll and expense account is small, no high priced managers, officers and etc., to draw on us, hence we can sell our lumber at the lowest living prices. Soliciting your valuable patronage, we are Yours truly, $ MILLER BROS, f p. d. k. Re-"g . T. IMEB N mce I "NOAH" WAS THERE- V ''Cld-iiishioned Spoiling Bee at Rending Room Jb nday flight- Yes, Noah was at the Heading Room but not with his ark, for it was Noah Webster they meant all Iho tunc but, nobody know it until Afterwards. And it was a icgular 'jld.fashionc spelli...

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. — 24 March 1902

i Anadarko Daily Democrat I'KKHION 1'. HIIAW. ANADAItKO. OKLAHOMA. Along with tho horseless and viro lrss things wo now havo tuo mursuleas merger. Slnco we aro only going to build tho cannl onco It Bhould bo built ulong tho licet route. Plpp-smoklng Is not permitted In tho Union League of Now York. Pitj tho poor tnlllloualrc. When Teddy junior gets well prob nhly ho will eompiomlse by accepting tho hnt as a necessary evil. liven ns a llttlo king on his own island, Andrew Carneglo finds his crown Is llubto to bo usurped. A law of Montana regulates the fees of doctors. A law to regulato collec tions would jileaso them better. 'Persons who sleep with back fences under their windows will heartily ap prove tho proposition to tax cats. There seems to bo no sort of doubt timt Mr. Gage's next salary will be considerably larger than bis last. While the balance of trado may be In favor of Uncle Sam tho balance of travel Is far and away In favor of Europe. This government can at least bo sure ...

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. — 24 March 1902

i t ,v Vl LOGAN WA5 What Caused the Great Illinois Soldier to Forget Party Prejudices. Tlio attitude of den. John A. Logan In tlio exciting days Immediately fol lowing tho first election of Lincoln and the outbreak of the civil war has been tho subject of a good ileal of discus sion, to which a writer for tho Illinois State Reglstor of Springfield, 111., has Just contributed an Interesting chap ter. According to "Applcton's Encyclope dia of American Hlography" Gen. Lo gan was from the first an ardent sup porter of Lincoln and the Union, it says: "On tho first Intimation of coming trouble from the South he (Logan) de clared that In the event of the elec tion of Abraham Lincoln ho would shoulder his musket to have him In augurated." Further on the encyclopedia says: "In July, 1861, during tho extra ses sion of congress called by President Lincoln he (Logan) left his seat In congress that he might overtake tho troops that were marching out of Washington to meet the enemy, and fought In...

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. — 24 March 1902

"SSJ-THTV ", l.TrPtW ""'" -T-'-' .USjSBUSJ"' -V,f " U-Tri. - . I -T-P- .-. y- , M4-A ." . S" t; w i WWWHHHWmi Anadahko Dmeookat. "Ht J7 M '.I W: J bz SHAW c BLANKENSHIP, Pufciithm. Editor. PRESTON P. SHAW. L. D. BLANKENSHIP, MnnuRor, HUIISCIUITION HATKK DAILY. Ono year In advance - - 14.00 Six months in advanco 82.00 Thrco months In advnnco - $1.00 WKKicr.Y IUl)U4lli:U jsvbiiy thuiis- DAY. One Year $1.00 Six Months M Three Months 25 lag rain , Moff maiY BARGAIN SQUIB Advertising rates niado known on application. Application mmln for trans-nlssion through the malls at thu postodlco at Ariadarlco, Oklahoma, as second-class mall matter. Anadakko, Oici.a., M Aiian '2 1, 11)02. DEMOCRATIC CITY TICKET. ' For Mayor, J. C. CAKKOLL. For C ity Treasurer, W. A. MoKENNON. For City Attorney, RANDALL LI VESA Y. For City Clerk, V. S. ROBINSON. For Police Judge, TIIEODOHE PRUETT. For Street Commissioner, EDWARD BITSCIIE. For City Marshal, FRANK 1IEFLEY. For Treasurer School Hoard, JUNIUS OLDHAM. Fo...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 24 March 1902

T p' m t !L w w V' l .-.1' 1 Official Directory of Caddo Co. Probate Judire Charles F. Crum. Attorney Herbert D. Crosby. Treasurer W. II. Campbell. Clerk-Dyke lnlllnifcr. Deputy Clerk J. C. Henfir Regfotcr of Deeds Win. I. Laccy. Deputy ltciflstcf at Deeds A. W. Koontx. Sherlft-Frauk Smith. Surveyor Charles II. Jones. Superintendent of SchooN C. W. Turner. Supt. of Public Uealth-Dr. C. II. Hume. Commlsslonen-C. A. Cleveland. John II. Wlmbcrly, Frank II. Farwcll. Judife of DNirlut Court-C. F. Krwlu. Clerk District Court VA M. MiUer. District Clerk-F. F. Vrooman. Official City Directory. Mayor W. II. Divmn. City Attorney Verde V. Hardcastle. Treasurer Uort S. Dixon. Clerk V.'. Vf. Price. Street Commissioner V. llltsohe. Police Judge M. UrLstow. Chief of Police H. M. Cleaver. SECRET SOCIETIES. A. F. & A. M. Meets First anttThldTuesdwsof each month n Masonic Hall, corner Sixth and D streets. Vlsltlnif brethren cordially Invited. Fiiank FAUWBI.U W. M. mTavTa. Meets every Tuesday nlif...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 24 March 1902

F BM-i-'HBBBHBB'BB!jflH5 pn k& rwjw jju'iusiirrss 'f ' I rjl IN m kl. ft. )t M TALMAGEYS SERMON. DI8O0URSE THIS WEEK ON RECOL LEOTION AND FORQETFULNESS. Text Helnewe VIII., 11 "Their Sim ami Th.lr lnltillle Will I Iteineml.er No Morn" (iuoil Ailvlce for Chrletlune of All Denomination. (Copyright, 1D0S, Louis Klopseli, N. Y.) Washington. March a. Krooi the letter to the Hebrews Dr. Talmngo takes a text and Illustrates how all offenders may bo emancipated; toxt. Hebrews vlll. 12, "Tholr sins and thulr Iniquities will T romombor no more." 1 ho national Mower of tho Egyptian? Is tho hollotropo, of the Assyrians le the water Illy, of the Hindoos Is tho marigold, of tho Chinese Is the chrys anthemum. Wo havo no nntlonal Mow er, but thoro Is hardly any Mower more suggestive to many of us than tho forget-me-not. We all like to bo romembored, and ono of our misfor tunes Is that theie ate so many things wo cannot remember. With tho ait of lecollectlon, which t cannot too highly eulogize, ...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
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