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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 8 November 1901

-Vs-fw :v. . s--.i' i ": o--..'"P,Tir " f'"''T,'' c M b k i"j Ana.da.rko Da.ily Democrat. SHAW A HILL PutliiMtm. 1'BKSTO.V 1 SHAW, Kditor J. A. Hill Hiwlness Milliliter Suiisoiui'TioN Uati:s. Ono jour In udvnnco - - $4.00 Six months In advance - - 2.00 Tlireo inontlii in mlvunco $1.00 Advertising rates made known on application. Application made for ii-uiisiiils'.loii through thc malls tit the postollleo ut Amuliirko, Okhihonm, us .ocoiul-eluss ltinll matter. Akadakko, Oki.a., Nov. 8, 1001 Ordinance No. II. (Continued from jingo -1.) luno, alloy or public grounds of the oity, shall bo doomed guilty of a misdemeanor and lined in any sum not exceeding one hundred dollars. Defacing Public Iluildings. Sec. 10. Any jierson who shall in this city, jiurjiosely deface or be smear any public or private build ing or out building belonging there to, or any of the apjiurtenaiices thereof, or any fence, Hliall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and, on conviction thereof, shall be fined in any su...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 8 November 1901

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Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 8 November 1901

i W ACIIAI'TEKON PENSIONS INFORMATION SEEKING! FOR THOSti PENSIONS. Illn (Mil l.uu mill Ihn llnrk-iM) Itlll Tfir. Ilept'llttrlit J'mifdnit iiimI tint I'ruiHiTil Si-Mlre Jllll Hint I'rimluim lire . llred. The pens o icrs of tlio United States are mostly otoiaus of tlio Union nrmv, ami their widows, utplimts, ami depend eut parents Thoro nro about 1,500, 000 living Union soldiers. The num ber of villous, orphans anil dependents ii probably twieo us groat. They uie scattered over a toiritory nearly a groat as Kurope, and nuiong a jiopula tioa greater than that of Lnglnnd and Prance, " I o numbor of veterans is continually decreasing. Titno mows them down as tliu year go by. Not so with the pensioners. Their uumbor over increases. It is now far greater before. It will Boon bo not bo given, then thu testimony of twi cimrades is required. The cillicrr then demands the testimony of tho army nr goon, If possible it must ha procured If thu applicant cannot Hurt the- stir goon, ho itiunt mako...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 8 November 1901

Jj&nct I mrmp It Should Be at Ana darko TheTime to Do is Now or Never. Lot tho (Jommoroinl Olnb and All Oitizons Work For It WuoliliiKtnn, Nov. II. Thi' secretary of thu Interior has decided to postpone tho consideration of tlu plan tocoiiMill ilato tho Oklahoma City nnil Guthrie l.ind (lNti'lcU in Oklahoma until u thor ough Investigation win he made Into lint condition of nil tin- eight lunil dis tricts of thu territory fronted ueder former nets of congress. It litis become apparent that there ure more hind dis tricts in the territory than the land olllco Inislnoss Justin and Hoerotiiry Hitchcock dcouis It wlio and prudent to take tho entire business up and con sider It at one time rather than by piece meal. Commissioner Hermeun, of tho jjenerl land olllco has been called upon for a report Hhowin the condition of each of tho eight land olllces In the territory and o recommendation for the ocolMi iiiunt of such laud hl-itricts which ure found to be most centrally located and con...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 8 November 1901

Descombes & Smith Insurance Agency. RKAR K1HST NATIONAL HANK For Bona Fitlo Fire liiMiirmicc in "Time Tried nnd I'M re Tested" companion, insure yiur property in the following: i'lia'iiix of Hartford, Conn. " Homo Insurance Co. of N. V. German American of N. Y. .Sprinjjiiield !' it M, Springfield, Mass London it Loncatdiire, Liverpool Scottish Union it National, Kdinh'g Philadelphia Underwrite They pay tlioir Loch Descombes & Smiths' Insurance Agency. TTItlc Reel BenTx-i, Russell & Hollinshead, Proprietors, NEW RIGS AND FAST HORSES. EVERY THING UPTO DATE. The Ony Livery Service in Anadarko, Give Us a Call: East B Street. The Palace Bakery, Now opened on H street went of the Court Hoime. Fresh Hreittl always on hand. All kinds of Pas tries and Cakes thai please the palate Lunch R.00111 in Connection. hunehes at Jill hours. Cigars and tobacco. Come and see us. C. F. LINDER, Proprietor. : John Pfaff & Sons IlarnesH, . lluggieH, l'umpx, Paints, Stoves, Guns & Ammunit...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 8 November 1901

. tllggrtt 'Sn.ii I.? Itnlttrnyt The inKtfcat 1,1 nut ever made to a rallwcy company wan .11,000 iquan miles Riven by tho United Htatcn gov ernment to tho Union I'.-wlflc railway, ivhlcli was oponeil In IsM "Vnrrlnatlim t'mirrt," There In a smallpox scare In Eng land ami an Ingenious vicar In Kent haB duvlsod "vnrclnatlon concerts" for tho hop gatherers. A band plnys In a IiIr tent, and In a itmnllcr lent are vac rlnatlon olllrors, wlillo the vlrar and his assistants go through tho twill inco urging the dnalrablllty of vaccination. Ill Minion Cnlrh In tlm Weil. Tlie salmon cntchern on tho North Pacific coast sometimes cntch over G.000 flali at ono hnul nnd nro compell ed to throw thousands back for want of solnn room. Cannerlea aro running at breakneck pcod. Labor Is vpry Ecarro nnd small girls employed oa holpera are making 93 a day. Urni(iny Tobsico llulnrs. In 1500 Germany exported and Im ported oxnetly tho samo iiuantlty ol Ignrs namely, 313 tons. A groat dif ference, howovor, e...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 8 November 1901

Arilmoro has a 'possutn hunters' club. The Chlckaitaw Medical association meets on Not ember 0. The government townsltc surveyors re-surveying tbe town of Clarcmore. Wctvokn, Seminole nation, Is to have a national bank with 825,000 of capital. Muskogee wants n meeting of editors of both territories at that place on Nov. H. The lumber bustness in Indian Ter ritory is immense. The saw mills are all working overtime. The Comam-he News puts out positive Information of the coming of another railroad to that town. A telephone lino is being built from ColTeyville, Kas., to Watonga, I. T., to Intoit-oct with the 1 tell lines at both places. The ltev. J. M. Laird, of the Alvn, 0. T., M. I church, has been made presiding elder of the Muskogee, I. T., district. The Ardmorelte becomes eloquent of Ardmore's prospects of having three railroads, one of them having its ter minus there. A herd of 1,000 cattle from Medicine Lodge was unloaded at Optima, I leaver county, to bo trailed to New Mexico an...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 8 November 1901

t Curpuutcr's Da 9-M '. nop (I Cnrpuntf Fh'rit'OhusH wor u ...itejn Special attonti.i dii Shoeing an . udwo ,. Smith Fifth Street 01TY MKAT .lAUKKT, H. W. IIammi.ki. l'rop. All kinds of Fresh and Cured Meat at Lowest Prices l livured to your residence on order. Jt ouk 1!P, Lot 12, C Street, between 4th mid fith Streets, Anailiirku, (kin. ENGLAND'S AGING MEMIER. InMun.e or III Ciirlniit llrtarlinirn from fitrrriit Attain. 1.0 nl Balinlniry In mild by tliosn wli know to bo nt onco a younger nnil ai older man since, ho left tlio foreign of flee. Ho 1b younger In that release from the absorbing enres and dally Inliora of tlint post has restored to hi in n certnln gnycty of spirit. Ho la older In thnt ho seems unable, and '.vawllllns to occupy himself seriously with that general control and supervision of af fairs for which ho now has leisure. As omo ono put It tho other day, he was not too old for foreign minister, but nt his tlmo of llfo ho Is not young enough to become prlmo minister....

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. — 9 November 1901

Anadarko Daily Democr&t. Volume Anadarko, Oklahoma, November 9. 1901. Number 53. WORK FOR. THE BEST INTEREST OF ANAOAItKO AND VPBVILDING OF OVR CITY. t X 0, .) Ordinance No. 12. An OmrtNAMi: Uiilatinu ji i hi: PlTIILIC lli:.l.lll, PllOVIIHV. KOI! ArfOlNTHI.NT OF A HoAKD OK Hcaltii ami I)i:kinimi its Du ties KlCLATINU TO CoNTAdtol'h, iNKKfTIOrs ANI I'KSTll.HNTIAI. DlHKAHliS, AM TO Till. DuTU'b OT PlIYSiriANH IN CllllTAIN CaHUH, KkLATINU TO A HOSPITAL AND IMthT IIoi'Hi:, ash Di:ci.aimno Certain Ori'K.vcr.s ami Pknal tii:s ron Violations. Tiininiov. sickness or disease; for the removal Offal I'iom Hotels and Other Places 'deemed guilty of a public offense, I cao, that the r cleansing or abating of all nuisances Kcc 1() rp,.u it , ha, 1)0 tjK, (1my and upon conviction thereof in the j wao Hick liavo be He it ordained by the flavor and Oouneiliuen of the city Anadnr. ko, Oklahoma Territory. Hoard of Health. Section 1. That the mayor, oity physician and chairman of the'sani- tarv comm...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 9 November 1901

ir-V Vv .- Anadarko Doily Democrat SHAW HILL, PuUUIim. ANADARKO, OKLAHOMA. The nninml exportation of flowers from the Itlvlcra now umounts to 3, 000,000 III vulue. Significant, Is It not, that a police ,mnn or n reporter, who wants to Iltul anarchist always looks for them In a ttnloon? Tlio demon nltohol anil the fiend of anarchy ara natural boob com paulons. A Iloston cattallst, who tins recent ly completed n. tour of the Siberian Kold fields, says that tho country Is a second Cnllfornln. Tho mines In tho Nertchlnsky district, ho says, nro, por hnps, the richest In the world, but nro worked In tho most primitive way. A nulldlug In n Georgia settlement displays this unique sign: "School of learning. 1,cfoiis given In poetry writing and noveltry. Also, will teach music to you, and dramatics. Hides and wool tnken for cash. Also, as the winter season Is coming on, orjc wood nud kindling." Ground fleas anil mosquitoes nro bln'med for tho epidemic of malnrlii which has broken out on Seco...

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. — 9 November 1901

Comte de la Vauljc T T and His The Comte do La Vnulx Inst week mado nn unsiicc saful nttcmiit to cross the Mediterranean sea In a balloon under the escort of two French naval vessels, Is one of the most dar ing aeronauts In Europe. This young nobloman Is In love with his exciting pastime, but ho has likewise a d'Ire to help his country and to bcncllt man kind. Last yenr ho attracted the at tention of the world by making one a tho longest balloon voyages on rec ord Hu nnd a companion crossed n large pnrt of the continent of Europe In his balloon, the "Cenlaurc." They traveled upward of 1,300 miles through the air and alighted none the worse lor tho Joirnoy. Vnulx's constant companion In his ncrlul flights Is Cns tlllon de'St. Victor, who, like his dar ing friend, Is a nobleman of tin old Hid arlstoc.t tlc family. Tho new governor of Porto Rico was s. c'assmatc of tho govornor-gcn enl of tho Philippines. Judge Taft and Judge Hunt were friends through out their course nt Yale- and grad...

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. — 9 November 1901

$fA . 0A. y V : ,Jt AnuaiVrko DaJly Democrat. SHAW A HILL runiiiHtnfi. I'ltiWUN I' SHAW, Krtltor J. A. till. i. ItiiHlnoM Manager HmiSdUIITION Uatim. Olio P.tV in uIviiih'k - f 1.1)0 tUxm-milis in advance 2.K) Three iiumths in advance tl.OO Advertising rates Hindu known on application. Application iimtlc fur iriitisinisslou tliroucli tin- iiiiiIIh (it. tho postolfleo ul Anidiit'ko, ' kl'ili(iii:i, us second-class imi.t I mill 1 1 ' Anahauko. Om.a., Nov. 1), I HO I A TOUGH FIGHT Convicts Escape From Prison. FIVE SHOT DEAD All Exciting Olmso and a Desperado Fight all Along tho Lino Tho Dosporato Mon Woro Annod to tho Tooth and Unyielding Lean von worth, Ivan., Nov. 8. All tin' police, deputy sheriffs iiml farmer. near Leavenworth were on tho lookout today for for the twenty-six federal convicts who unoapod from the stookade hero yesterday. Ah a result two convict been killed, two woruded and live captured unhurt. Tin.' casualties took plum in a tight near Norton villi1, 'Clin., that r...

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. — 9 November 1901

t '- y James Little, DT, or Hardware, Stoves and Tinware. Building Material a Specialty. Wo will not bo iimlfwolil. c Street, between fitli and 6th. :u-:im OAKERY aac Confectionery First Block East of Lawton 1 Willi- n R.R. Track, Lot 6, Block 39 $: W iflKe, PfOp. liKIm HAVE YOU TRIED "The-Annie Darkey" FIVK-CENT OIGAK? Put p In tin foil, always fresh. If jou don't seo them, call for them. KELLIKER, MAKER, anadahk6, Oklahoma 3I-3m J. G.INGRAM, Fresh Candies, Cold Drinks, Cigars and Tobacco. DAILY NEWSPAPFKS, STATIONERY, ETC. B Street, Between Fifth and Sixth, 31-:iin SHOFNER&SON, Have Just Opened Up a New Stock of . . . GROCERIES. Give them a call and got priced. A St., between Gth uvd 7th 31-3m Go to August Warner ....FOR.... Paints, Oils, Glass, Varnishes AND WALL TAPER. B Street, East of Track, Anadarko, Okla. 31-3IH BxjLffeilo Saloon W. E. WHITTON, Proprietor. We liavc 15c Howard Whiskey that you drink while the- piano plays and the pool balls click on the" tables. All natio...

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. — 9 November 1901

I 1 y uk Pictorial Junior J AN ITALIAN BANDIT. A PnlOE ON HIS HEAD AND PURSUED BY SOLDIER3. HER iDZA. ? ft, Mra, plant." Mr. Mrs Jii8two(l "While I'm nt the florist's today I think I'll get an cgg- Justwcd "Why?" Justwed "I think I'll raise my own eggs oftcr this." iik was ni:Hoi;itcrri;i- "No," she snlil regretfully, "I an sorry, but I cannot Rive you a favor able answer, I like you, but" "Then why do you rofuso mo?" h demanded. Sho sighed and hos'tatcd. "Do you suppose," sho Anally sale with spirit, "that I am going to pla second flddlo to that horrlblo Mls lunks? Sho. hns beoii boasting thai sho had eight proposals beforo sin finally becamo engaged, and I will hav nine beforo I accept nnyouo it I bavi to wait 10 years." "You shall have them," hu an swered promptly. "I'll proposo to you twice n night for four nights, and you can ncccpt mo on the fifth." "Oh, you dear, good thoughtful man!" sho cried and it was only by n marvelous effort of solf-control tha' she refrained from acce...

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. — 9 November 1901

' 3 tee - I co roy mocBR. j; At I look ipon the chonges that the pass ing years have wrought At the bent anil ithmnken figure, comes a saddened, reverent thought, How the weurlcd feet, slow passing, pierced by stones on life's rough road. Boon shall gain a heavenly portal, llndlhg rest at last with God. Mother, o'er your faded feotures rests a Unlit more bright to me Than the brightest ray of sunlight shin ing on the d.hUinl t'ii! for It tells of battles conquered pa tience, hope, denial sweet While the grave smile round your lips, dear, makes the picture qulto com p.ne Words e'en fall me, now, to tell you all the love within my heart; Deepest thoughts are ever silent, though of life the better part, All unworthy as I am, dear, of your life long rarrlllce, Btlll my beacon star shines brightly from your faded, tear-dlmmed eyts. Only when your hnnds aro folded on a cold and pulseless breast. And your still form In Its cnBket ipeaks a soul In pel feet rent Will your spirit, on whlto pi...

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. — 9 November 1901

I fcr JV".w ? Home Industry. A Now Cigar Factory is Perniunontly localud here In a few days and ho Jicits your patronage. Anadarko Favorite El Exemo Will l)e two of their good hrandH. Hoth are good Smokers for fi conty. F. F. Painter. "B" Street HuhI of hawton Track. Do you ieed CoaJ? Sec MONAGHAN & CO. West or Depot On ltight of Way. Thoy will Troat You Right. Carpenter's Blacksmith Shop, Uct Cnrpontor, Proprlotor. Firrit-cl.'isH work guaranteed. Special attention given to Shoeing and Woodwork. South fifth St root. CITY AIKAT A1AHKET, II. W. Hammi:kt, Prop. All kimlK of Prosit unit Cured Meats' at I.owent Prices delivered to your residence on order. Hlock 1W, Lot 1'J, C Street, between -illi ami fith Streets, Anadarko, Okln. I i ,'ti A I 'ti V '" nn Tv faiti r' ""'y il i. -.t.-d by t' o U :'-.rv r.r t child r-"--i'j l'lrri lac t.s! ' - b cf p-i- Li: val ue: r-r' !' r '' -'ar I -Til .-'r n trrr.ee u.'.-a t'.c'.r )txfc:3'r-.;J ivirk Morcoiv.' un"..' r"etent ron.i:t!oar slip mutan...

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 November 1901

Democrat. Volume 1 . AnadarkoOklahoma, November I I. 1901. Number 54. WORK FOR. THE BEST INTEREST OF ANADARKO AND VPBVILDING OF OTO CITY. Anadarko liaily i IVIADNESS RUNS RIOT! Hie Tribune's Head Piece Jumps Its Trolley fALSE STATEMENT flaso of "Bo Damned if You Do and flo Damned if You Don't" The editor of the Tribune haw mkeu loose again and as usual his llogic.il, silly prattle will be taken bout as seriously as was the insipid oung warrior who drew bis paper word and ('barged up hill against lloek of geese and put them all to light. His last ebulition "a la I'ribune," would instantlv make a tudent of literature think of Don Juixoto, would remind a Shukosper an club of thosenoted words, "sans yes, sans teeth, sans nose, sans very thing." The immortal Wil- laniH way of saying a man was bug Mise. A politieiau upon reading us attaek upon our council would aj "another gre.it man(?) gone ivrong, a street gamine would yell ats! and the noble ted man would uajestically mutter "Heap no 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. — 11 November 1901

'" flM" '' N "" f v n (ViWVWVWWWWWtVl 9 f A Wonderful Apple efcvv"V'V'Va'Aytvv'nvtktk,o To have t ho memory of Jolm Gr.mt, who brought to Ma no a remarkablu distinction a ha'' ren'tiry nf,o, tlio fnrinniR of tl i 1 Kennobec coun ties of tlio Pj.iQ 'hco Htato nro to hold celebrations In th- Hvprnl towns of tho countryHldo. (Jrnnt was ldokpil upon as a hurmlo.-B crank wh n ho wan allvo, famo coming jenrs after ho was dead. Tho story goes that ho was tlio son of an Irish soldier who d 'sorted from tho II Itlih army during tho Hovoliitlonnry war and marrltd a half breed Inllan squaw, from whlrh union many of tho Grunts In tho east aro said to havo doRCond"d. Tho elder Grant wns pnrt lumberman, part farm er and moi e than half hunter, getting n picratluus llv ng from many callings nnd dying a week after ho rcct Ived no tice that a pension had been granted him for his servlc-s In tho war of 1812. John Oraut, the son, Inherited morn than 1.000 aces of land and a lot of had habits from hh f...

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. — 11 November 1901

;. r llir at f THE, )THEATRICAL TOPIC3 JANK OAICKK 1()F.1 Til IIACKKTT. Jane Oakci, who was recently Arthur Byron's leading lady, has made a transfer In the same capacity, to James K. Hnckett, In his production of "Don Caesar de Bazan," and In so doing has taken a forward step to wards obtaining the big prize that her grandfather, Christian Peper, has promised her. As In tho rase of sev eral women now on the stage, a salary Is no object with Miss Oaker. Her dally bread docs not depend upon her earnings. When she first had lean ings towards tho stage, her relatives tried In vain to dlssuado her, and after her grandfather saw that her mind was fully mado up, he accepted the decision, and then said so long as she was going to be an actress, she must be a good one, and that ho would give her $100,000 If she would get to the top of hor chosen profession. He Is well able to kep his promise, being one of St. Louis' millionaire to bacco manufacturers. With such a prize nt tho top, and also ...

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 November 1901

0 mt $ 4 J r Anadarko Daily Democrat. SHAW A HILL Pubiismcai PlMISTON I'. SILAW Krlitor J. A. HlI.I. Hiiiinttw AlnnaKt'r SUimt'Itll'TION ItATKS. Oho jour in arivnnce - - W.00 BIx month In advance - - 12.00 Tin eo months In advance - S1.00 Advert nine; rates made known on application. A))IIi'iiuoii mittlo tor uititMiilmlou IhriJiiKli tin-imiilH nt tlui postollleo at AinilttiUu, Oklahoma, hi kicoiii1i)Imh( mull mall 1 1 Anadaum), Oki.a., Nov. 11, 1U"1 LIU J I M K make groat change. When tun mouths ao imi upon till" Held, for we'll r woo, fo1' bettor or for worse, wo were at the time in a fiiii)iirlic wilder ness. Today we re low with pride tho uvaiiccmont wo have attained, not only i" "r own work, hut the advancement made in the jircaration of a city that is second to iioiu in the new country. W also look back over the ex periences wo huvo undergone; the dillieultios wo have labored under; thu disadvantages we have been compelled to surmount, and we think tho advancement of the Di:m o...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
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