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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 27 March 1902

rl 1 1 3 J c V i i A- x iSjimriHiHinniHiHHiininimmmiHnimmnimiHimninK - . . "'- s The Story of Henri. i hiuimm.. alia iiu.) mill iiiiii iiiiii ami iiiiii iiiiiiimuiiiiii I Copjrujbt, lliOI, by Dally Mory l'ubllshlng Company. i(X The child lived in an old chateau, 'r Sr"u"t ot fome soft, gray stono that " Y) tirao had mellowed to exquisitely ten- c " der tints. Old poplars luslled drow- ,r , slly, broad terraces, kissed by the sun, ' t sloped down to a clear brook that lol- k tercd through the green fields and the f woodlands Until It sharply turned to- i wards the village. Tho child often sat J Jgyon tho bank In moonlight nights and 'I y matched tho stars, reflected In the ' f htreurn. Then he would wonder whenco It camo and whither it would go and wish It would fell Its secrets to him Instead of to tho round, white peb bles In its bed and to the waving blndes of grass, that bent to listen. Hut in daytime ho would wander noise lessly through the darkened rooms of J the chateru. In th...

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. — 27 March 1902

fl j-w I fl W,T - f -r - t " -J, & S"STV r ' Anadakko .Dm eoch at. SHAW & 13LANKENSHIP, Publisher. PnESTON P. SHAW, -L. D. BLANKENSHIP. . Editor. Mnnnsur, stTiisciiitTio:; it.vrr.K- iiaii.y. One yo r In udviincu - 44.00 Six montliR in advaneo - - $12.00 Thruo months In advaneo 11.00 WKKKI.Y l'UIIMsllini i:vi:itY THURS DAY. One Your 41.00 Six Month ft) Three Mouths.. .. -" hMK(MMU utmlrmi ld-rriir,iTi 1 Advertising rates niiulo known on tvppl Icutloii. Applicutlon niiulo for transmission through tho malls tit tho poMoilleo at Anidarkn, Oklahoma, as M'Uiind-olass mail matter. Axaiauko,Oki,a., Maui'ii 27,1002. DEMOCRATIC CITY TICKET. For Mayor, .1. C. CAHltOLli. For City Treasurer, W. A. MuKHNXOX. For City Attorney, KAXDAIili MVKSAY. For City Clerk, W. S. ROI5IXSOX. Tor Police .Indue, TIIKODOIIK PRUKTT. For Street Commissioner, EDWARD BITSCIIK. For City Marshal, FKAXlv IIKKLKY. for Treasurer School Hoard, .JUXILTS OLDHAM. For Coniicilnien Kirst Ward, W. li. DUX LAI' G. J. LIVKS...

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. — 27 March 1902

' "1' -"T'J -J- ; -w DISPLAY AT ANADAR.KO WILL BE HELD FViday TVloroh 28th jjumrn) f.nimiiv AFTERNOON AND EVENING. E will show all new Spring Novelties.in Dress Goods, Laces, Embroideries and Hosierry. A comolete line readv to wear goods, such as SHIRT WAISTS in Silk and Lawn and Percale, Silk, Wool and Lawn SKI RTS. We are agents for the Celebrated W1 :FV 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. wnaijMjj.uJi.i"Ji'ATJuL,iwaJgaatrna in-rnn tiibii iiTTrrrrTiiiiwnTrrritn u n im niunw iiuiwn mnii !!! iwipbihiwimi mm i i ma You are cordially invited to be present, at the DISPLAY and listen to good music. itfjauma ?! 4 SL JL JL JL ML " O ft e JL H -rarasmanaa ymui "n --& JL JL 0 Anadarko's Greatest Store. ' P. S.--This is our Display Day only. "?XW""? M. "j 4 , 4 J i tteh-w J i ...

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. — 27 March 1902

p WORK F SeiENTIST: Some Discoveries and During the 'flic fllKiiilanooiiH cniiilmatloii of co.il Iihk Hlwuyx ln'1'tl u Hourco of ilatiRcr tipon culllorB nnd otlior vunpla carrying It Ih largo quantities, nn It nlisorus con-Mili-rnulf oxygon fiom the nlr, wlilch, In combination with Its carbonaceous coiiEtltucnlH, K'UCTnlea lient, unil tills In turn icsiiIIh In combustion. Many ultcinptu Imvc bron nindo to ovcrconin tbe dlmciilly, but an far nil havo nrovod futile. 'I'bonuiH Clayton, of London, J'tiylnnil howevrr. It ruoiub, lira sug );astetl u method wlilch iiromlncx to bo I'fllcui'lutia, mid Is nt the same time ijulto Hlinple. Alter a vessel Ih loaded ho InJpctH Into tlio hold containing; the coat liillpbur (lloliln kh ami then bat tens' dOWil'thb batches. A number of oxrierlmpiilH have been tried with tho method and they nil unjiear to lnill- ato Its entire bIiccpbs. A ehanibor was filled with about sl:t per cent of tho Ktia, and upon thrusting Into It u llt;bt od torch It was Ini...

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. — 27 March 1902

y : . THE WILY TRAMP. AUti Year of Wandarltijr, He Strikes tha Only tlamr, "Bamo old story ot starvation and that sort of tiling!" exclaimed tho rook as aho anwered a knock at tho kitchen rtotfr and found a toi lorn looking tramp an the step. "No, cookie, old girl," h said, with a debonair manner, "you're off jour stovclW this time," "Well, what do you want?" she in quired, bracing herself against tho door "something to buy liquor with?" "Off again, cookie, thou queen of tho starry firmament," ho warbled, and tried to chuck her under the chin." "Oct out!" sho screamed, "or I'll throw a kettle of hot wator on you." "I'rlthce, empress ot tho range," he murmured, "don't do that and destroy my usefulness." "Well, tell me what you want then, or leave the place' "You won't .toll any of my pain, Pearl of .the Pearl "river?" he asked, smil ingly? , "I.don't. know any oMyour pals, and don'twant tcVphe snarled. rou',lovcl!:ihlnJ," he. twittered; "I faltftmust tell theo all."' '"""Why don't yo...

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. — 27 March 1902

Note Ingram & Hoffman ail on page. 1 06tf All kinls of irranc cuttinuH for rUontSt. Patricks Mission. r.Oo per 100. 113ml Coal, Hour, feed and grain at Leach it I'cnuook. tf For Alfalfa, Horlium cane, Kaff ir corn, milii-t, l ennui, popcorn, Hold corn, onion sets and a full lino of gaulon seeds, go to Inizees food store opposite I'ot Oflicc. 1 lOtf Consolidated- Dick T. Moigan's man, W. K. HoHHer who is a Hiirveyor has con solidated his time, Uileut, energy and experience with J. L. llyrno & Co., anil formed the linn name oi J. L. Byrne fc Co. We now have relinquishments of all kinds, any where you want them at bargain. School lands, town property and everything in the real cUto lino. J.L.Bvbmk&Co. JdOti Cor 6th and C 8u. For Sale Some very fine cotton ie4 iaowo u Tezat Green Seed, call on of wciU W. S. Kilgore Vrd Tex-: -'f"' lo4tfl 'iW 8 Kobincon ia U wn for. -ucUy c4rk. See that be if on your JhiSlot. WAUf ED I&'d'" anlU and 60 dfrdiea inn skirts to clean and crtM...

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. — 28 March 1902

T ANADARIO nAII Y UjljJTI vl sKix 1 Volume 1 . Anadarko, Oklahoma, March 2S. 1902. Number 169 i v $EVEHY HONEST DEMOCRAT S5I0ULD REGISTER. IN ORDER. TO KEEP THE HASCALS OUT &&$&$$$&4&$Q"&'&$$0$-$$t4 m ILLER BROS e e LUMBERYARD 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, boliciting your valuable patronage, we are Yours truly, X MILLER BROS. rgl !' If t M 11 wm t mi i imuiindi I. i I .-JL1 wwwumowiinil imwwo ; ggiwoiMif.jmiik n iimgnAja DMnnaHnHUHHHnauaBanHiHHaHMMaMnMMHBnaKKaKMaHnDHiM on larger cakes again to-morrow at 23c ea.ch, at INGRAM H HOFFMAN'S. OMB THEJLECTION. All a...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 28 March 1902

IB!;"1" piiBii mm., j,.. CURIOSITIES tventri Out of ihe Ordinary Worth Recording. A rrimtlnr (Irnvrjnrdi Here lie tin- dead 'nttalli headboardi Htnlrrd by time. In Km m tunnred for, rudeit hnapii of vat tli. ItoiiKli men whoo IIvoh oii earth wore bllirk Willi Prime, Floaltl (if every marlc of lionent worlli, In wiii uniiatiirnl they nut with death, In hlood-Htnliied KiirmmtH they weru lild from tli:lil. A curm- cIuiik tn cuoh vlutlni'K dying hreutli And h.itri-il lit their ejre till dimmed of llRht Villi bonlM j el on their sinful feel thf y II lie .Till OubrlelV ti limpet eohotK from on hlKh. lino Hen olil Taxim Joe, who mot hU deulh l-'ioin lianl of imp who wan of quicker lire Anil Tincironi Sinn, wIiohh fiiliil of liriath Slipped from him whn ho culled Hlnclt Kill a liar. And lieie Im Potior Frank, who trlod to ntcnl The frayed nfffeUoii of Hpuit lily's diimi', 3 And thH nnh bdnnl nUiiiiIh over Ilrooky Tculir, Whom drlul: had inuile uimteiuly In hi nlm When with their oliootcr ho...

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. — 28 March 1902

i ! Mr K! ' y ,101 - Id inn " - tt;7i "TrmT . , I ask licr.tf f,hc loves mc, ,,. .She shades her head, nnd 'when I turn to leave she sweetly smiles, And litre nit back again. '.'Alsrt ! yot love ahollieVV' . " I H In angry tonys I say; ... She nods, hut as I turn to leave .vWSJbciswllyAbUjiitglfflKJ With outstretched arnis-I otYcr. -- .- My love. my all to her, And seek to clasp her, but she cnc:; 9 S 'Stand back I .How dare you,45ir 3jr J ,With sinking heart md hopeless ) r . I tuni once more, and lo I i 1 I bear a soft, sweet voice that says: nI wish jou wouldn't go." I throw my arms around her, And pre, her to my heart, And, after while, when she gets time, Site sas' '"You think jou're smart I" -S. E. Kiser. ace Limitations of Miss Lane. BY JULIA VALENTINE BOND. (Cop right, 1S01, by Dally Story Pub. Co.) a man and a girl that most ancient ol combinations with Its endless rhaln of possibilities aro seated side by sldo on a bank of coaiso grass and gray boulder, JooMng seaward. The...

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. — 28 March 1902

Anadaiiko Djikochat. SHAW & BLANKENSHIP, Pu'olistim. PnESTON P. SHAW, L. D. BLANKENSHIP. . Editor. MnnaKor, .SUIISCUIITION It TK. DAILY. One yo r In utlvanco - J4.00 Six months In advance - - 82.09 Three months In advanoo - 81.00 WI.EICI.Y rUIIMSHKD' BVUIIY THUItS- DAY. One Year &100 Six Months GO Three Months 25 Advertising rates madq known on Application. Application mado (or transmission through tlm mallii at tho ioatoftlce at Anidarko, Oklahoma, as second-class mall matter. Anadauko.Oki.a., Maiscji 28,1002 DEMOCRATIC CITY TICKET. For Mayor, J. C. CAKHOLL. For ( ity Treasurer, W. A. MuKKNNOK. . For City Attorney, RANDALL LI VESA Y. For City Clerk, W. S. HOUINSON. For Police Judge, TllliODOKK ruriiTT. For Street Commissioner, HOWARD IMTSCHE. For Citv Marshal, i-'KANK IIEKLEY. For Treasurer School Hoard, J UN' I US OLDHAM. For (.'ouncilmou First Waul, W. 15. DUN LAP G. J. LIVESAY.U For Member Sohoeil Hoard, C. P. LUN'DC.UEEX. T. 15AKEU. For Coniicilmen Second Ward GEO RUE W...

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. — 28 March 1902

t, vvxasr: .F t (Film lmbllihul lu Oio Arnrtsvrbo I)'iaort W5TCll 13. IWU Ordinance No, 28, A Resolution DoolurhlJ? it Necessary to improve Certain Streets in the "City Of Ami'larko by Grading nnd Guttering the same. Bo It ordained and resolved by the Mayor and Council men of the City o( Anadarko, Oklahoma Territory. Sec. t. Thai Jt U necoary for tho public health and eonvciilenco "of the citizen.'. pVOport-y owner and general public of tho city of Anadarko, Okla homa Territory, that a system of grad ing and guttering of the street? there of be established and maintained., with a view of to the more appropriate use thereof for drainage and rand', utility nnd that said improvement 1 neces - sary to be u.-ade thereon; Sec. 2. That In consideration of such necessity It I hereby ordained and re solved by the mayor and councllmen of said city that the street gt ades there of shall conform to the grade estab lished by tho city Engineer as shown on the profiles which wero by him on tho 24t...

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. — 28 March 1902

,'fifPl.WWluui jJjyivuvi DAIEY AND POULTRY. INTERESTING CHAPTERS FOR OUR IIURAL HEADERS. Uow Incecitful I'uruiert Operate TliW Department of Ilia I'urm A l'oif lltlila in to Ilia Cara tit I.I is Stock anil 1'oullry. rdlnr; irerefarill. Mr. Thomas Clark of Illinois writes to tho Kansas State Hoard of Agrlcul turn concerning his methods of feed ing Hcrofonl cattle, llo nayn: First, In handling my stock bulls I glvo special "attention to their rations Mil oxerclso. I feed them from four to six quarts ot ground corn, oats and bran, equal parts, mixed with a llttlo cut hay, twlco per day, morning and bight, th on giving them as much long bay as they can cat. I always turn them out after their breakfast, and If Iho weather Ib not too stormy they tvlll remain outsldo in lots nil day, where hay Is accessible to them at any Mme. I And this treatment the most (udlcloun, as the bulls aro always Strong and vigorous, and aro suro get ters. My cows I generally breed so as to ralvo In tho months o...

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. — 28 March 1902

"fr. "," 4iflv"-1"V v.t?" 1 1 I L 0 njc rtcp sit ae' ery Oiei lea o of, j at ade ult tain' vhat eac tpon ncea it t( thi lllca tlons llblo vorh y o iltlw CO o God' y ka ro U thou can I f mpo-i neop; .o w or dt iractl da to elp t; h on o uri opUli ythlA jenseii st dc P0TT( whlc re II) sto to r lr o oy Just to led i moi an di 23J -i2 S! - 3 6? 0S2SiiiSiaS How strong the artistic Instinct in a man must bo to survive what would seem to bo Insuporablo dlsadvantagps ,,ia Mut '.rated in the case or Bartram Jllles, n young painter of Bristol, Eng- J-lllfl wlifi Inaf Itnfti Ilia nrmu ant'mtil years ngo and now paints by holdliiK the 'brush between his lips. Young HilcH lost both his arms when a boy of 8 years, and then he had nl icady made a beginning In nrt by studying drawing. The low of lit j nrms was supposed, of course, to put an end to anything further In this line. But It didn't. When Hilts recovered from the hor- EARNS HIS Iblc Injury ho thought of nothing but .rawing and how to resum...

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. — 28 March 1902

MWf11 Pp All kudo of grapo cwttmgH for wale at St. 1'atrickH Mission. fiOo per 100. liaml Coal, Hour, feed and grain at Leach & Peacock. tf For Alfalfa, norjhinn "''i Km ir coin, miliut, peanut, pop coin, Held corn, onion set and a full line of gaiden seeds, go to Lincon feed H'ore opposite Tout Office. 1 10tf Consolidated- Dick T. Morgiin'M man, W. K. ltosser who in a surveyor has eon Holidated his time, talent, energy and experience with J. L. Hyrne it Co., and formed the linn name of .1. L. Hyrne & Co. We now have relinquishments of all kinds, any where you want them at bargains. School lands, town jiroperty and everything in the real cmate line. .T.L.Hyknk A Co. HOtf Cor Oth and C StB. Thuse, ThiiHc, TiuiHfl, InthiiBc, Inthiisiny, InthuHingly, Intliusaisin. 'J'hat whistle whistle wliistle. Hh n peanut roaster, roaHterat Ingram t Hoffiiinii'H. 105t North Side Saloon Peter Decker, Mgr. Full Lino of Fino Whiskies, Vines and Cigars Pay us a call. STttno For Salo Some very fi...

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. — 29 March 1902

NADARKO DAILY MOCRAT I I Volume 1 Anadarko, Oklahoma, March 29. 1902. Number 170 LEPVBLICAN PARTY AHE PLEDGED TO PVT A NIGGER. ON POLICE FORCE, IF ELECTED. $Q$$0$fc&&$$$$&'$&&$&$$& n.Mar m . 1T1 JT"" 75735 'k-Hcv r"v ,"5?' gJ? SrF SS 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 . -r w-r-r Yours truly, MILLER BROS. v-OOOOOOOOO eP Easter Services at Ohurohes To-morrow- To-morrow's programme of tiro First Baptist Church. Bible School, 10 o'clock. A Baptist Easter Ser mon 11 o'clock. Theme, Deserved Popularity. Praise, 7 o'clock P M....

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. — 29 March 1902

r DAIRY AND POULTI?Ywl" avcrnfic nvp pcr cent morp vatcr INTERESTING CHAPTERS FOR OUR RURAL READERS. flow Furrmnrul runner OprruM TtiU l)ri.irtiiu-iit nf I Iih rarin A I'm IMllW u In Ilia l,ur of l.lio hlJC'li luil ruultrr. rrriiuir of ijiii. Fiom Farmers' Review: Hutch ing sonpnn In ollhcr now with, or soon will be with, poultry rulsore, tho ttmu depending upon surroundings; and the leitllity of eggs la the needful thing; tho wuy to sccuro fortllo eggs la a way nil wish to lenow. Soma say a good per cont of fertile egga Is not to bo hnd If tho fowls aro confined to a lim ited range, but wo have had and have known others to have a 03 pcr cont of fortllo egga from yarded fovl3. Last year ours had a limited (very) range, tho yard In which six pullets, two hens and otio cockorol ware conllucd bcln,; nbout two rods square, and In this enclosure the roosting room and bcrntch shed woro placed. You may say, the per cent of fertile eggs was good, hut perhaps tho wholo number of eggs was sma...

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. — 29 March 1902

MTV"' I meriw "11 "!" " - -t Below them tlia city of Anjcr lay In Its Snbbath repose. In the bay, tht empty fishing boats were anchored. It was nil very bountiful anil peaceful. "Look!" cried the geologist. Fur out at sea, thirty miles away, n great tongue of fire, darted up from the bosom of Krakatoa! iftp IN .MANY .MANY CASKS STARVATION HAS AIUKD TMINKINfl T FOOD AND GENIUS 1f T"agtfgtCTtripaaLttjaMMj.Biaa'j.B Kit? ?? mmm?A v- -il XkTC j n riA .n a in t) 9 I A TO B v 72fe Ctbm&afjtitiT M '"'" "TUT- fflw Ood called a little soul to Him. Forth from 111 quiring seraphim, A little spirit, spotless whits, Out of Hln multitude of light. "Wilt leave tlie glories of My throne, And venture thee In ways unknown, To acquaint thyself, from youth to age. With yonder human herltagcT "Wcaponed for warfare slmlt thou go. In armor such ai mortals know. To wrestle through the unresting .years With fins and sorrows, foes and fears." call To unlit beneath mv Father's eves! Thou, Lord, my perils p...

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. — 29 March 1902

If n JXmjsochat. iXHAJJilllKV w,... SHAW Ac BLANKHNSHIP, PublWien. PRESTON P. SHAW. L. D. BLANKENSHIP, - Editor. MnnaKor, suiisciimnioN iiatw daily. Ono yo r in tulvnneo - - H.OO Six months In advimeo - - 42.00 Threo months In advance J1.G0 WKKICI.Y I'UJUiimil'.II IJVKHY THUKS HAY. Ono Yen? !"" Six Month fo Thrco iMimi hi.... 2 Ailvurtlsltif,' nitoei in.iclo known ou application. Application niiulo fur transnilsMor through tho iimllH ut tlui postoilloo a. Anadarko, Oklahoma, us iccoiid-clu-mull mutter. AXADAltKO.Olil.A., M AUOII 2t).lU0?. DEMOCRATIC CITY TIC (ET. Tor flavor, J. C. CAKHOLL. For City Treasurer, W. A. MolvKNNON. For City Attorney, KANUALIi LIVESAY. For City Clerk, W. S. HOIMN'SOX. For Police Judge, TIIKODOUH l'UUKTT. For Street Commissioner, KDWAlll) 1UTSCIIK. For Citv Marshal, FRANK IIKKLKV. For Treasurer School Hoard, JUNIUS OIi MIAM. For Coniioilini'ii Firit Ward, W. 15. DUNLAP G. .1. LIVKSAV. For Member School Hoard, C. I liUXDtillliKX. T. UAKKU. For Counoilineii 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. — 29 March 1902

I J: i el bi l:l (Film iiutjllihert In tlie Aniulnrko Dcmoert ' Mnrch 13. WO.) Ordinance No, 28. A Resolution Declaring It Necessary to improve Certain Streets In the City of Anailarko by Grading nnd Guttering tlio same. Do it ordained and resolved by the Mavorand CounciIui"n ot the City of Anadarko. Okla)-- territory. Sec. 1. T1- ' is nocoiwry for the public hr-" ..nd convenience of the citizen, property owners and general inibllc of the city of Anadarko, Okla homa Territory, that a system of grad ing and guttering of the streets there of be established and maintained, with Election Proclamation. Under and by virtue of tho power and authority vested In mo by the laws of the Territory of Oklahoma, as president of tho council of tho city of Anadarko, Oklahoma Territory In tho absence of the Mayor of said olty, ho now being sick and absent therefrom, I, Frank Manning, President of the Council and acting Mayor of tlio city of Anadarko, Oklahoma Territory, do hereby proclaim nnd declare...

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. — 29 March 1902

IMZWi 1VTiPfl T74iat- "WJ-'3 MS 3w mr mmraw5uxwi;'v lOFr ,TA "A lien (lie ram 1- over, lien the cltntils hac paks'd, Ami llic golden sunshine Reams tiKaiii at last ; And the earth is fairer, Ev'ry fashioned flow'r .ift in head to answer; "Thank yon, little ihow'rl" .When the show'r ia over. When the rain in done, Nature's all the sweeter, Urifihlcr shine the sun. When the tears are oer, When the pam has nasg'd, Ald the kinjlcf and dimples Conic again at last; Newt mind the bruise. Uuigh away the fears; Answer like the llowcrs; "'lliatik yon, little tears P When the tears arc oer, Smiles come hack again ; l-i fc is all the sweeter For lh- drops of r.im ' - Ci- ill's Little Folk The Rescue of BY KATH M. CU3ARY. (Copyright, KOI. Iy Dnlly Story Pub. Co) Thou nrt gUnl when Hassan mounts tho saddle, Thou aro glftd ho owns thee; so mil I!" Bayard Taylor. Reggie's contempt was lll-conecaled. "You goosu!' lie paid to Ills sister. "Here you're Mubberin' all over Wll llcw Inkle's itei'k." Miss...

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