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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 24 March 1902

fe ' it X AMONG THE. MLIBS f By F. H. LANCASTER. .. Copyright, IKS, by Dally When Carson Vaughn took chargo of Trinity churrh and of Its congre gation ho did not dream of the rocks that lay In his apparently i.rooth path. In fact, tho rocks did not develop w'n tll after tho Christmas holidays. Tho trouble began In a small difference of opinion concerning Christmas decora tions. Some wicked girls bent upon shocking the more sedato membors mixed mistletoe with tho moss that was twined around the altar. Rev. Carson Vaughn had sided with the eodate ones and tho mistletoe was But aside. Everybody had treated the mat ter as a Joke, that Is everybody save the ringleader of the wicked ones, a pretty young society reporter. Sho took the matter not only, seriously hut vengefully, and forthwith proceed ed to mako the Rev. Carson's llfo a burden to him. Taking down his ser mons in shorthand and criticising his English afterward In open scorn, was one of tho favorite vents for her dis pleasure, ...

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. — 24 March 1902

"n'MPHwmi, r KSW "n nMwiiiriii r i" re II . irff " - - " -i - " 'i " -" -Mini ift if "X f 1 r Eat at the Dclnionieo. 10HC Note Ingram A Hoffman ail on page. 105tf 'flic Delmonico focdn the highest claBB trade. llt0 Mr. Hodman is quite ill at the Hotel Florence. Try the Delmonico under the new management. lOltu Ignoranco ib p .nUhed almost as. much aH meaner. Window HhadcH 15 cents Ana darko Furniture Co. l2tf McHHrs J. S. Harper and G. W. Gochol of Apache were in the city today. Krncflt Taylor of the linn of DivcrH fc Taylor Hjtent Sunday in Liuton. Kdvwtrd Green, husband of tho richest woman in America, Hetty Green is dead. Attorney .1 M Wqlburn of Chick aslia is looking aftor buHieesH in Anailarko today. Dinner and supper will ho, served at the Reading Room on election day, by the ladies of W C T U. If you have anything to sell put your ad in tho Democrat where you reach all the people. U(M.f All knds of grape cuttings for sale at St. Patricks Mission. 50o per 100. I-131"1 Ifi7t0 ...

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. — 25 March 1902

ANADA DAILY DEMOCRAT Volume I . Anadarko, Oklahoma, March 25, 1902. f EVERY HONEST DEMOCRAT SHOULD REGISTEIllN5ERrfnP Number 166 THE R.ASCALS OVT I 4 i is on A How President of tho Council Tlio city council at its meeting last night declared the office of I president of tho council vacant. And, proceeded to fill tho vacancy. Mr. J. G. Gallagher was elected to that position. Mr. Gallagher has made a splendid record as council man and will Jill the oflicc of presi dent of that body with credit to hinnolf and to tho city. Frank Manning who had filled the oiliee up to last night, and who is con'in ed in hc city jail for. whipping his wife. While he is a democrat, all bruad-minded honest cilizeiiH know that tho iluiuiutnua inrty'do'cs'iiot endorse such a crime as ho coin Wittcd. And the great body of democrats arc only anxious and willing to see any and all violators of the law prosecuted, be he a De. mocrat or Republican. Vote for J C Carral for Mayor. Thuse, Thusc, Thuso, Inthuso, i In...

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. — 25 March 1902

" " x" u" '-' "- n m , , ,,, , -. - c M j.t i. r , 4 i"1- 4 "Ull rr m Jealousy Causes Fearful Tragedy at Woodstock III. Benjamin F. Ellsworth of Wood stock, III., after Blnylng Ills wife nml Amos W. AnilerHon with 11 revolver, turned tho weapon upon himself nml ended his own life. Ills sou, Karl A Ellsworth, wnH n witness of the trag edy and Is n prisoner In the Mcllenry county jail. Tho triple tragedy was brought nbouts uppnrently, by n prearranged plan formed between the father, now dead, nnd tho son, now a prisoner. Tho son set himself to watch tho Tho house was tho residence of the thero as 11 roomer anil boarder. The tho second lloor. Earl Ellsworth, tho the shooting. Ho Is said to havo and to havo signaled to his father to suspected notions of his own mother, and nt ii certnln moment ran stealthily to n window, whence ho signaled with a gesturo to Ills father across tho street. Tho father cauio and tho kill- lug followed. It is known that tho elder Ellsworth distrusted his wif...

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. — 25 March 1902

RELIC OF WJCBSTBR., Fa.mois Statesman. Ordered Portra.it Pairtlce?, and Then Forgot It. Pictorial Burnor (Special Letter.) 3TOMU1IB. L HIUU JWH ' I - l Taking No Chances "Arc you a detective?" asked Mr. i.eeluon. "I am," answered the man with the urn-down collar and the white ueck lo. "Well, I want to employ you. t want you to get out your false- whisk ers and your dark lantern and dog my fooUleps, night and day. Henrietta's none out of town to visit' home rela tives, and I don't want her to bo oblig ed to take my word for anything." A Candid Critic "Ah," said the fashionable caller, who was being conducted through Mr. Mcuteulard'ts splendid new picture gal lery, "what have we heroi ' "That, said the proud millionaire, "Is a Shay Doover by a painter that I forget his name now, but It always looked more like a hay stack to mo.," "That's a queer business firm Klock ctt Is In." "How so?" Why, his wife's the silent partner." TERRIBLE. Poet (who has Just read a friend two stanzas of one ...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 25 March 1902

fc-, rrwwwim'-' Ifi Anaoamko Dmkochat. mmmm'mamm'mmm'mmm''immmmammammmmmmmmammmmmmmmimmmmKmuammvmmKwmmmmwmmmmm If I SHAW & BLANKENSHIP, Publlshm. PRESTON P. SHAW. . . Editor. 1 D. DLANKENSHIP, ManOKor. SUIISCKI1TI0N KATKS DAILY. Ono ye.ir In lulvnnco - - 81.00 Six months in ndvnnco - 82.00 Thre months In advance 91.00 WKKKI.Y- l'UIILNIIKII KVKIIV THUUS DAY. One Year 1.00 Six Months CO Three Months. .. . 2C Advertising rates made known on application. Application muile for transmission through tlio mails ut the pontoilleo lit Anadurko, Oklahoma, as second-class nail matter. JlNAnAUKO,OKIV., MaUCII '-'5,1002. DEMOCRATIC CITY TICKET. yor Mayor, J. C. CAKHOLL. ot City Treasurer, W. A. McKENNON. Por City Attorney, RANDALL LIVES AY. Vor City Clerk, W. S. HOHINSON. Yot Police Judge, THEODORE PKUETT. For Street Commissioner, EDWARD MTSCIIE. .For City Marshal, FRANK HEL-'LEY. 3'or Treasurer School Hoard, JUNIUS OLDHAM. For Counoihnen First Ward, V. . DUN LAP G. .1. LIVESAY. For Member Sc...

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. — 25 March 1902

H i i Official Directory of Caddo Co. ProbntcJuilife Charles P. Crum, Attorney -Ucruert 1. Croby, Treasurer W. II. Cnnilcll. Clurk-Dlicl!iilllnsrer Deputy Clerk .1. C. llcndr Itevistvr uf Ucedi Win. I. I.acey. Deputy Iteliter of Deeds A. W. Kooutz. Shcrld Frank Smith. Surre) or Charles H. Jones. Superlutcoilent of Sehools-C. W. Turner Supt. of lMWIe Uealth-Dr. C. 11. Hume. Commissioners C. A. Cleveland. John Wlmucrly. Frank . Farwell. Judite of District Court 0. P. I'.rwln. Clerk Dlstrlut Court IH M. Miller. District Clerlt -P. P Vrooman. II. Official City Directory. Majoi W. II. DtVKits, City Attorney Verde V. Urdcastlc. Treasurer llcrt S. Dixon. Clcrk-W. W. Price. Street Commissioner li Illtsehe. Police Judge M. Ilrlstow, Chief of l'ollce H. M. Cleaver. SECRET SOCIETIES. A. P. & A. M. Meet First anaThldTuesUiiof eachmonth nMasonlo Uall. corner Sixth and D streets. Visiting brethren cordially Invited. .... Fiiank Paiiwelu W. M. M. W. A. .nlncnUll. .. ., I.. &. Aiuivniuux, i...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 25 March 1902

1QWtfirw,mnfpW V"Wm-f'-"rv , ' 1 i u It' i 'i! 7Roya$ Visitor Sees Some of Our Western Cities Prince Henry met the captains ot American lndiiHtry ut Itmclieon ut Now Vork given by tho chamber of com merce and enjoyed himself ho well that he cnncelcd the afternoon program of iilEhtsccIng In order to remain In In-, formal conversation with the men of business and finance." . The luncheon wbh the only Incident of tho ilay, tlicprlnco remaining tjulct ly on board the Holicnznllern all foro noon and roturiilug tq the Imperial yacht trom the luncheon. In the evening tho Germans of New York honored tho prince of the royal' lionso to which thoy onco owed their allegiance. At the Arlon club Iioukc ho reviewed a torch light procession of German societies and listened to Ring ing by n choniH of 100 voices. Later in tho evening the prince was the guest of the Stunts Zcltung and a large number of Journalists at a din ner at tho Waldoi t-Astorla. At Its con clusion he crossed to Jersey City and b...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 25 March 1902

v i mA., ywin.1i"ipa V" UNITED STATES OFFICIALS MAY NOT ACCEPT PRESENTS, g TwSjEFmarl yjonn wturMm&Xii yfmnriN wimrEnV .jflmaSSaj SzRFVj Very naturally It was embarrassing to Prince Henry to discover that Pres ident Roosevelt could not, as an In dividual, accept tho splendid gift which his royal highness purchased for pres entation at the White House. But the constitution Isfclear and em phatic on this matter of glft-glvlng and gift-receiving between our public serv ants and foreign officials. "No title of nobility shall be granted by the United States. And no person holding any ofllco of profit or trust under them shall without tho consent of congress accept of any present, emolument, office or title of any kind whatsoever from any king, prince or foreign state," says the constitution. The President may give presents to whomsoever ho sees fit to so honor. Postmaster General Payne may accept a gift from Secietary Shaw, because both the giver and the taker are of equally salaried...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 25 March 1902

MtawMMrVM II I Eat at the Dclmonico. lOltC Hodman ad on lOOtf Note Ingram & page. The Dclmonico feeds the highest class trade. lOltO MrH. llodinau is quite ill at the Hotel Florence. Try the Dolmonico under the new management. 10110 Window shades 15 ecntH. Ana darko Furnitiiru Co. 102tf If you have anything to Hell put your ad in the Democrat where you reach all the people. All kndH of grape Bale at St. 1'atrickH per 100. lfiij-tf cuttings for Mission. rOc 143ml Coal, Hour, feed Leach it Peacock. and grain One trial at tho Dclmonico and you will always eat there. 10U0 WANTFD: To buy a horse and buggy, inquire at this ollice. 150-tt One Minute Cough Cure For Couohs, Colds and Croup. For Alfalfa, sorghum cane, Kaff ir corn, millet, peanut, pop corn, field corn, onion sets and a full line of garden seeds, go to Liny.ees feed store opposite Post Ollice. 1 4l)tf For tho Complexion- The complexion always sulTers from hllioimn.vw or constipation. Unless the bowels uro kept open the Imp...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 26 March 1902

f V H I. C. EK ce I tho i of iver all tive any x:cn It om lng. ake. SQtfi cago. sua. Volume EVERT HONEST DEMOCRAT SHOULD &'&'$$ f $$ 4 &$$ 4 a , , ,... - a City of South Omaha "South Omaha Nkh. March 11 1002 To "Whom It May Conckkn: Tbis is to certify tbat we, tho undersigned Lave kuown John C. Carroll for the last twelve or four teen years during whicb time be was resident of the city of South Omaha. At no time did bo own a license as :i proprietor of a naloon in tho alvve mentioned city. Air. Carroll was a citizen of high stand ing and of unquestionable integrity and we believe that ho is faithful with any trust that may be imposed on him. Respectfully, A H Kkely Mayop., S C Snr.ioi.KY City .CCfeuicjtFn.vNii .rlloirnJKY . Cjty TnnASifjihn, J M Taxxku KpItoj: Dkuo'&at, P P Kino Pu LICK JUIHIE Soi'TII QjAIIA. Vote for J C Carroll for Mayor. Thuse, Thusc, Thut-e, Inthuso, Inthnsing, Inth'usingly, Inthusaism. That wbitle whistle whistle. Its a peauut roaster, roaster a...

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. — 26 March 1902

2EJlfc'fc ' ''.ffljl1', ' J l tfa ;jjp IWsst-T,.- wi vtn irt, bAw-v vf 4pfw' 7v"m - rrr jfy JACK AND JILL Dy EDGAR. WELTON COOLEY Coptrlelit. 1W3. bj DftllT Smrr I'uhlhlilnir Company. "And you Bay tlio spring la on top of this hill?" ho itBlcoil, incredulity In lila vnlnn "Wlitf tu It nnt In thn vnl- ley, whoro It bolongs, or on tho hUl- ' sldo? Why Is It perched on tho Btim mlt In such tin unusual and Inacces sible plnco?" Tho womnn lnughcd, merrily, watch ing the sunlight glistening on tho bright tin pall the man was carrying. "I do not know," Bho replied, "ox copt that It choso to ho thoie. It Is another of naturo'H freaks, I Biipposo." Sho paused a moment, plucking a bunch of wild grape h!o3noms from a vino that hung over tho path. Then sho waved the bunch of blossoms to wards tho shimmering sheen of green nnd yellow stretched, like a vast Orl ontnl rug, beneath them. The path, at last, Bworved suddenly to tho right and, circling a largo bowl der which poised airily on the vory ...

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. — 26 March 1902

, 1 v. V 'I .1 A ?.- n d o i- k 10 ie rt. 33 er (or ery ne; bat N . his from ahoot droll ed If wore ation, id the world, war." " by I itlon of apheso" ie of dot - around i spoken It is al- the inl is as ln eecu, his from bis ignizo at ias nover, iln many grow to over were alls. Emo- by theso most skill he tricks i awkward furnish a DAIRY AND POULTRY. INTERESTING CHAPTERS FOR OUR RURAL READERS. Pott Kncceiiifnr Farmers Operate Thli Department of the Farm A Few Hint nil to the Cure of Live btock oil l'oultrr. The Jeney Mm rrntait. From Farmers' Review: In ft largo number of agricultural journals as well as In the Associated Press dispatches to the dally papers, there recently ap peared a report ot the test of a Hol steln cow at the Minnesota Experiment Station, wherein the yield of milk was 684 lbs. In seven days, and from which It was calculated by Babcock test that 20 lbs. G.7 oz. of butter might have been produced. Upon this record the claim is based that the "world's butter record...

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. — 26 March 1902

"wllpllf18 t Si Anadarko D.ukochat. SHAW & BLANKENSHIP, Publishers. PRESTON P. SHAW, . . . Editor. A.. D. BLANKENSHIP, - Manner. SIJIISCUII'TION IIATJW DAILY. Ono yoif Inudwinco - - 34.00 Six months In mlviinre - - $2.00 Tliruu inontliH In niHiinco 81.00 wkkiu.y ririiMsiir.i) evhiiy thuiis- 1AY. Ono Year 41.00 Six Months fin Three Months.... 25 Advertising rates Hindu known on MppUcutlon. Application made for transmission through the mulls at the ptmto-rtlco at An "dm ko, Oklahoma, as ?eoond-uluss win! mutter. Anadakko.Oki.a., 1 aucii 20,11102. DEMOCRATIC CITY TICKET. .Vor Mayor, J. C. CAHHOLL. Vov C ity Treasurer, A. iMeKENNON. Vor City Attorney, UANDALL LIVESAY. lr City Clerk, V. a. ROBINSON. 3ir Police Judge, THEODORE IMMMiTT. Vor Street Commissioner, EDWARD IHTSCIIE. "Kor City iMarshal, ERANK 1IEELEY. !r Treasurer School ISoaul, JUNIUS OLDHAM. 3r Coiiiiuilnien Kitt Ward, W. B. DUNLAl" G. .1. LIVESAY. jb'or Member School Hoard, C. I". LUNDOREEX. T. BAKER. Imii- Couneilnieii S...

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. — 26 March 1902

DISPLAY AT ANADARKO WILL BE HELD Or' I i quaicmcnwcngi nxzai Losaa'.arareg.wua.i iwww jgnmrmg Uh nday "munbiaKSi.w .n7-jk.tc TVloroh 28th, I m-.w..... rr,rTrrT1-1.Trnr..rril.M111T1.fl.1iB MMB--WW1HM,,MI,M,B mnii mniiiM ar7jirpv,DWSMn4C7' ta m trasvrmrat.i AFTERNOON AND EVENING. AE will show all new Spring Novelties in Dress Goods, Laces, Embroideries and Hosierry. vv A complete line ready to wear goods, such as SHIRT WAISTS in Silk and Lawn and Percale, Silk, Wool and Lawn SKIRTS. We are agents for the Celebrated :F C CORSETS.: OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT. -Is complete in all new Shapes, Styles and Qualities of up-to-date FOOTWEAR. A MOST COMPLETE STOCK of Men's and Boys' Clothing and Gents' Furnishings. -Ask to see those new style Juvenile Suits, bought for Easter wear. leV5irV.TJ T"TTlr,rVTrVTTTrTnrTB'''11JJVi,irn'TTTT,f7T"-'"7'' tBXWBUriVKJJffl ttansaett&nwtcCT1 You are cordially invited to be present, at the DISPLAY and listen to good music. THE FAIR & 0 Anadarko's Greatest Stor...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 26 March 1902

wygjffc5ljM,iyBSEiMrariHBM - IP - - -r "-T5f wp,5p?'TOffEjKr; o"; '. ,' .-! Anadarko Daily Democrat ME REUSGIOUS WORLD THE SCIENTIFIC WORLD. S3SSniBlHiPKniHnHHBHHHIHBHRSmniinPBi1iHanRGlnPB9' II ritKsroN V. SHAW. ANADAHKO, OKLAHOMA. John Chliiamnn 1b Kkfly to nnd mat Undo Bum Is niorely changing tho tlmc-lopk. It la too bail Hint the fight coukln t linvo boon milled off wlillo Teddy was running tho sennto. That Detroit cano moruly goes to Bliow Uial tho bank director who dl rcclH Is still a raio bird, Tho Wllkr-sbarro Times ts raising a howl about dirty bank notes. Well, lucro la proverbially filthy. Now that Minister Wu has been In a railroad wreck he may ho regarded as thoroughly Americanized. Count Ilonl de Cnstellano has Just written no not for monej n letter on the Panama canal question. Even tho title banks throughout tho country will he obliged to put on fend ers or tho trusts will get them. Sir Ilobert Hall of Cambridge pre dicts another glacial period; and ho wns not lecturi...

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. — 26 March 1902

& I ;. v Anmimmmmf nmmnf mnnnniinm mimum mm mm nimmmminnmimmnnnmrng g JVci'Vies of XShree 'Pot&erj Compared. j Uiiii illiil iiliiiiliiii iiiiiUiiiiiiliill iniiiaiiliiliiliiiiiiiiililiiliilUiiitiUlilUililiiiiiiitUiiUlUil The parliamentary paper which wns Itsucd In London on tlio evening of Feb. 11, giving the terms of an alli ance between Great Britain and Japan for the preservation of China and Co rea, has caused much comment, and has made the naval strength of theso countries a subject of much discus (Ion. According to the latest published ac counts, the number of Great Britain's officers, seamen and marines provided for In the estimates for 1901 are as follows: Officers and men 82,821 Coast guard 4,200 Marines 18,500 In addition to these thero are 0,520 boys In training. Urltlali liattleshlp (Flagship of tho Prlnco of Wales The British vessels complete and ready'for sea In January, 1901, include the following: First class battleships 14 First class battleships (building).....

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 26 March 1902

- -wr w- V I. I I f it ' t :ul on l(!5tf Kut nt thu Dolinonieo. 101t Note Iiigmui it UolTnr.i page. If j on lmvo anything to null put your ail in tlio Democrat whuro you reach nil tins puoplu. lBO-tf AllUasi.f grapo ouUings for will' nt St. PntriekH Mission. fiOu nor loo. M8ml Coal, flour, feed and gmiu at Lunch & Peacock, t' One trial at the Delinoliiuo stud oii will iilwayncat thue. I0M0 WANTIH): To buy hoiitu mid buggy i iMpiliu nt thto officii, l&n-tf Fur Alfalfa, anrgbusn imno, Kaff ir com, millet, peanut, popcorn, liclil urn, oninn e!y and afuli-Itne of guidon weed, go to Liiiaoe feed Htl H- opposite Post Offlc'1. 1 !Htf For tho Complexion- Tin complexion nlwaj MilTert fiom hil'oii-n ) i. or ci nstipntiun. Unless the howeli. uro Uopt open thu Impurities from Uio body appear In tho form of uu-.tirhth ct option. Do Will's Llltlo Karl) Hii,et hoop tins liver and bowels In healthy condition and rciunvo the catiboof mieh tioublcH. U. E. Hooper, Albany, (la., sajs: ''1 took ...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 27 March 1902

MP(V V ANADARKO DAILY DEMOCRAT Volu me i . Anadarko, Oklahoma, March 27, 1902. Number 168 IvE VERY HONEST DEMOCRAT SliOVLD REGISTER. IN ORDER. TO KEEP THE RASCALS OUT V.- i ; . . t .,- ," , dtj (if South Omaha, V BotriiXJiJBiL Nks. March U 1903 $oijtMM ir Mat Comcxsk: Tfaw i to certify that we. the rsndersigoed have kuown John'CJ iCarroJl for the last twelve or four ,teea fears during which time he was resident of the city of South ' Omaha. At no time did he own 'a license as a proprietor of a saloon in 'the -above mentioned city. Mr. Carroll was a citizen of high stand ing.and of unquestionable integrity and we believe that tic is faithful with any trust that may be imposed on-him. vv Respectfully, .' A R Kkely Mayou, S C Sitmhi.KY " ClTYi CLKHIt, FltANIC IIoUTHKY iCiTt',,ruEA8imi:K, J M 'Vxxsv.n I EdItHjIV tDKMQOUAT. P P KtNti jPoymxdttwij'SoijTii Ojiaiia. I ti -TH ,. J j Another Batik .Assured ly The call mooting iof the-. citizens' of C.St, .and-North Anadniko lajl night at the ...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 27 March 1902

nm IV .("VflUVrl, v ., -f' r Ta? Anadarko Daily Democrat l'Ui:STON 1'. HII.VW. ANAJMKKO. OKLAHOMA. New York anarchists call Prince Henry (ho "pickled Hclnrlcli," yet ho Ih nut sour. Mr. Cleveland has regained hlh health. He had to, for the illicit scauon Is approaching. Riissln, you will note, Ik butting Into tlio European butter trade with Its initial gctthcroiiPSH. President Schwab, It In n pleasuro to note, was not too proud to make i call on King Edward. The baseball umpires arc already begging for more protection against tho dusty dubs at the bat. 1 Job I (i 11 people use 117 gallons ol water n day per capita. Some of It accidentally getx.-ilrunki i ""JiC Pnterson probably Is nnnoyed bo- ca lb: nil HO. It linil Hllph li lilir flrn ultliiint lbslifcfa sYngTo nnarchlsjr Ksir Edwin Arnold Iiob written u poem on tho new inthmhn canal treaty. Nntw urally It Is In n flowing meter. Vriie Standard Oil company's new div idend of fcJO.OOQ.OOO Is a pretty good showing for tho light of oth...

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