ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 3,933 items from Anadarko Daily Democrat, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
3,933 results
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 29 March 1902

P Hoter Delarey Crushed Lord Methxierts UTorce The defeat and capture of Lord Me tlmen b tho Boer General Delarey has plnnced England Intq gloomy depres sion. In n battle before daybreak on March 7, a force of 1,200 British sol diers was stampeded; forty-one men were killed, seventy-seven wounded, over 200 captured, and Lord Methuen himself made a prisoner, after his leg had been broken. The Boers were uni formed In British uniforms of khaki. Tho fight took place Just before dawn, between Wlnburg and Llchtcn burg, In tho western part of tho Or ange Itlvcr Colony. The British force numbered -1,200 men and wns on Its way to rovlralnesfonteln, where it wats to meet Gen. Grenfcll with 1,300 mounted Infantry. The attack seems to have been n completo surprise. Tho horses and mulos were stampedod, and although SH.LOIiD the British replied vigorously to tho Jioer lire their resistanc.0 was hopeless. The Boers attacked first from the rear nnd then simultaneously on both flanks. The fighting ...

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. — 29 March 1902

fiW.r 1'1 SECRET SOCIETIES. A. V. & A. M. Meet First nml ThM TuculhyHiif cncliiiionlli n Masonic: Hull, corner Sixth ami DutrcctH VhltlDK brethren conllully Invited, FlINK FAHWKLU W. M. M. W. A. Meets every Tuctlny nliilit nt 7:30 InMr AnlncliUulI. I. K. McICmiuiit. r, r. I. (). O. V. Meal every Wednesday nlcht loMoAolneh Hull. VIMlluif brother Invited W. S. Moiikb, JJ. 'J. Siilmcribu fur tho DAILY DEM CHAT, 1 per year. W. CHILDS. Dray, Transfer and Ba.tfga.tfc. Any Kind of Untiling Anywhere. Prices Higltt. I'hono 72. 3U-tf A II. I'Ollli. OIIAS. C. IILACK. COBB & BLACK, Attorneys and Counsellors atLnw. LAWTON. - CCyl - OKLAHOMA. Dr. W. Y. Winton, PlIYHIOIAN AMI SlflHIKOM. Office Hooiiih, 7-8, Morgan Bl'dg, South of Court House Square. Office 'Phono No. 8a, Residence 'Phono No. 00. ThtiHtj, Thuso, Thttoe, InthtiHe, Inthusing, InthtiHiiigly, InthueaiHin. That whistle whistle whistle. Its it peanut roaHter, roaster at Ingrain & Hoffman'. 105t E.W. KING, Attorney and Counsel...

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. — 31 March 1902

J 4 I : ANADARKO DAILY DEMOCRAT Volume 1 . Anadarko, Oklahoma, March 31. 1902. Number 171 REPUBLICAN PARTY ARE PLEDGED TO PVT A NIGGER ON POLICE FORCE, IF, ELECTED. MILLER BROS. LUMBER YARD & 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 oart 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 .... , , nrkrcr Yours truly, MILLER BROS. To the Editor of Tribune Dear Sir: from a late issue of jour paper there appears to be -flatae doubt in the ruiuds of some concerning my qualifications as a voter m Anadarko, and I am asked to inform the public as to the facts in the case, all of which I am only too glad to do. Con...

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. — 31 March 1902

Anadarko Daily Democrat rilKSION 1'. Ml AW. ANADAJIKO, OKLAHOMA. I Russia has Invited tho president o France to "como and strengthen a fov) ties." King Edward evidently believes In Ills dlvlnu right to go to n homo raeo occnMonally. Andrew Carnegie lias- earned tho tight to scatter, seeds 'of coiiuaet for tho renplng hyo and hyo. Plethoric wedding fees aro In sight for tho St. IouIb minister who a urg ing women to do thb proposing. More school teacher aro going to tho Philippine, to scatter the sun Bhlno of tho American' spelling bbok. Tho proposed tight between tho Brit ish anil American tobacco 'ttutila'.wlll, no doubt, canso stent acthlty'Tn n&vy It would not ho rushing tho season to drpp adnata to your congressman to ask, "Itow about those jjgarden Eceda?" " .. fcaJH tf --1 .' Santos-Dumont Is said to 'ho very' superstitious. Perhaps he thinks he was-born to bo run over by an auto mobile. Hereafter tho United States will ap pear upon nearly all tho maps of the worhj that aro...

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. — 31 March 1902

a'Xt AC AA k AAAAAlAAAA.AAAA;' 4 ? "SA riOZARTANDTHEflAJOR. i ife r, i "p . JtiKht lA'S Hy Dnllr SfbSi 1'ublMilne romfitir" -r - ,nm - - c 9 v 7 v rr v xrnR" w ,. J SUi'alid ll.iuor' The Major loiftj thi'tn troth, was something or a. o&i Ik fir ",ti,4fl the infhienco of both.. So, --, -, w"-iMaiij- vtujivirii 10 auonrra r''Rnjtriu-JiJk' -:i-.wf'ilf'li(Vcllhc ; 'hiito th 1 . . . vt t v--rf All'l. In loss . thnn - I month, he wotihl ii" n&vtnJ 'mTXIJ. I' J . ' ' V .- CUII rilanppearru WpttW3?ITUL MAXIMAL m I -l-J.'"1"'.' wloroii boyy-his friends wVo w-- -"!,Hl not "ixprl.-M: thoy oiify J& .- 'u"nit'1M tt) ' decide whether - thu ""'njnlAttis-. i . ..:... . .. . iCm " lu "l "I'rimueu io me 5;.oiw.ofiftil.TjU or to the Ijoj-'h thn "Milinr nurfinil fn. I t.Vehbarhood n goodr sit tgjjL, lit Ilftci hit, lll-ninrr.. AT V. .. .7 ' ' " JR .! -i) "4-..Lllc u0 Hume?" he fvlo- inaiuietiTOiiqnjiMirotheapartkUlarjahml I), en settled To the uTuTuTiT'sntisfifllTloti ' . .f hlmralf nnd' 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. — 31 March 1902

M . to a ...-. "', ' i Anadarko Dmeocrat. SHAV c BLANKENSHIP, Publbhtn. PRESTON P. SHAW, U. D. BLANKENSHIP, . Editor. Manasror, SUUSCimTlON HATK8 DAILY. 0n ye r In advance - - M.OO Six months In advance 12.00 Three months in advance 41.00 WEEKLY PUIIMatlKD EVERY TJ1UU3- DAV. On Year 1.00 8la Months ..'. i i. ...... ,60 thru Months.... 25 dTortiiloe-rt tqado known on AflpilMuoa. y- through thoaiU at the postofflce.at Auadarko, Oktetate. a tooond-olaaA V mall matter. riTADABKO.OKtA., March 31,108. n i DEMOCRATIC CITY TICKET. For Mayor, J. C. CARROLL. For City Treasurer, W. A. MoKENNON. For City Attorney, RANDALL LIVKSAY. For City Clerk, W. S. 1101! IX SON. For Police Judge, TIIEODOKK IMllrKTT. For Street Coiminmiiiiier, EDWARD IJITSCHE. For City Marshal, FRANK IIKKIjHV. For Treasurer School Bonn), JUNIUS OLDHAM. For Counoilmeii Firnt Ward, W. 1$. DUN LAP G. .1. L1VESAY. For Member Suliool Uourd, C. P. LUNDGREEN. T. HAKER. For Coiiiioiliueii Second Ward. GEORGE W. FORI). PETER DECKER. ...

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. — 31 March 1902

t 5 h (Fflrst publlthed In the Anadarko Democrt March 13. 1WM.) Ordinance No. 28. f A. Resolution Declaring It Necessary J? to Improve Certain Streets In the City of Anadarko by Uraainp ana ;' Guttering the same. , Be It ordained' afid. resolved by Ihc .Mayor and Councilman ot th City of " Anadarko, Oklahoma Territory. Secll. Tha' ,.nocerr'or th" ' An haul' and convenlenfia. of the ' i.. .... nA voBural ' pnblloofthe-oUyof AtafeUrkp, Okla- .? 3m Territory ha m tyttea ott'rad- its nd BuUerlnj of the troU Inwrf- fc . et otabllihed and lntod, with a Tlevr of-to the swre- tpproprl We ttiertot fot'dralaago and joad utility and that laid lmproTCOODt l MMV " mm tn m miuB lairuuu. 4tk y iir5XZ.-i inr -r-. r .. . . SbCv2. That In consiaeratiojxusucn necessity It is hereby oroainea "" "; solved by'the'mayor and councllmeaof. said city that tho street grades there of shall conform to the grade, ostb llshed. by tho city Engtrieor m shown n the nroDlos which were by him on rthe 24th day of Febru...

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. — 31 March 1902

s fr BOSTON IN HISTORY. . ' : 4- , ; Antiquarians Welcome- xsl' Book- "Recently VVritten oh ilc Sihfech'$ ty "'; (Spi'Mul Lottci I . ' .... N'n'iniTAiiiAvy 4 deed tho oidlnary render. .Yin wmruniu 111c second edition. Just iHHiii-iir of lantori II. Stork's, (m- tlquo Vlowa of Yo 'IVrwnc of Boston." Wliiivor ha tried to flild f out something about landmark tthat tome his -way ham been compoili) tb !io content with a good ileal of hcitft.iy. uiiliWH hliviteii with abundant '-lolaiue and gifted In the methods of hlstoileul Inquiry Tlie fails aio, of. roursj', 'ex tant iniwhet Mitif 'hdrn? Nfl eeiylft)dy Knows the solution' of tiles purxliw. and Air. Stark's hnoK is the lirst unswo.r to tin- Inquiry. " TI10 iiuiihit elforln of the eailier ni lists to leave a picture of momentous happening do not comjiare with the sophisticated skill of our day hut are exceedingly matter-of-fact, ami to the historical student appeal with the force of nu honest, alholt blundering statement. "No city," obs...

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. — 31 March 1902

Hf-jn,. HatJoc Wrought by Great WITH THE VETERANS. Eat Short Stories That May Bring BeslcIc Old Times to Their Memories. JFIood tn the 4 The two urn'r koenc are photonrftprui.oC slre.ru fB.HlnBhamton N.Y . when thi water na' ile'pet Thodamige caused by the flood In lliitnvU, N. Y maybe Imagined by the methods of locomotion rejidcrcd necfiirj, as shown In the tuo lower pictures.! In dostru6tlon to property. In loss to business, qven In the number of fa talities, the' freshets which lmvo swept' over large areas In the Middle Atlnr)tic fctates and New England will long he memorable. Falling rains anil melt ing snows had swollen ' rivets Into lakes and creeks into torrents; and In hundreds of valleys the, spreading waters caused destruction and 'death. Manufacturing plants by the hundreds were forced -.to suspend; mercantile" houses wero flooded; thousands, of peo ple were lrlen from their homes te'ns of thousands of people were, thrown outo'f employment; railroad J raffle, electric and...

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. — 31 March 1902

I SECRET SOCIETIES. a. r. d a. m. McctH First andThlilTuewlaj-iiiir each month n Musiinlo Hull, corner Sixth und Ulrcct VUltliiK brethren conll.illy Invltcil. . I'ltAKK Fahwu.u W, M. M. W. A. Meet every TucMlay olirht at 7:M In Mo AnlucliUall. Tj. j:. mcicmkiiit. c k. i. o. o, r. Mccti every Wednesday nliht In MoAnlnch Hall. VIhUIuk brothers Invited. W. S. Mohkb. N. O. Su)Hcril)e for the DAILY DKM CHAT, 1 iior year. W. CHILDS. Dray, Transfer and Ba.gga.ge. Any Kind of Hunting Anywhere. Prici'H Right. Phone 72. 30-tf ThiiHc, Thusc, ThiiBO, Inthusc, Inthiising, Inthusingly, Inthusaism. Tliat whistle Whistle whistle. Its a peanut roaHter, roaster at Ingram & Hoffman's. 105t A. It. COIIll. CIIAS. C. 1JLACK. COBB & BLACK. Attorneys and Counselors at Law. LAWTON. - eoyl OKLAHOMA. Dr. W. Y. Winton, PlITHICIAN AND SUKUKOM. Office Rooms, 7-8, Morgan Bl'dg, South of Court House Square. Oflico 'Phono No. 83, Residence Phone No. 00. Nortk Side Saloon Peter Decker, Mgr. Full Lino of Flno...

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. — 1 April 1902

, ANADARKO DAILY DEMOCRAT Volume i . Anadarko, Oklahoma, April 1. 1902. Number 172 1R.EPVBLICAN PARTY AHE PLEDGED TO PVT A NIGGER. ON POLICE FORCE, IF ELECTED. ft 1 f MILLER H HP V3 Id llv OS. & & LUMBERYARD & Is now open to all comers and buyers of Lumber and Building Material. We are on the Corner of 7thiand B Avenues, the old Logan & Friend stand. Our long ways talker is No. i, 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. Consolidated- Dick T. Morgan's man, W. E. Rosser who is a surveyor has con solidated bis time, talent, energy and experience with J. L. Byrne & Co., and formed the firm name of J. L. Byrne & Co. We now have relinquishment of all kinds, any wjiere you want them at ...

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. — 1 April 1902

DAIRY AiNJ) POULTRY. INTERESTING CHAPTERS FOK OUtl RURAL READERS. tlmr SiK'rtMKful ruriucn Opentu Till l.mrtiiii.ni nf lliu Fit r in -A I'rw IIIiiIk ii In lliu C'ir "f l.lts bl.icU mil 1'iiiiltrjr. . IVrllllty of Hex. I i itn Farmers' Review Hutch Inn neason la either mow wllh. or boom will be with, poultry misers, Ilia time il' i'' udliiK upon surroundings; and tliu l' itillty or eggs In the needful thing; tm way to secure feitile oggs Is u wuy u'1 wish to know. Some ay a good In rent ot fertile oggs is not to be i..hI it tho fowls aio confined to u llni Ui 1 range, hut we have hail and have 1 tmun others to have a U5 per ccit ot f.M tile oggs from yarded fowls. Uwt .,r ours luul a limited (very) range, tlif ard in which six pullets, two hens uid one cockerel wore confined being about two lods anuara, and In this 'iiilosuto the roosting room and tu.itcli shed wero placed. 'u may say, the per cent of fertile . ,-iks was good, hut perhaps the whole milliner ot. oggH waB small. No, th...

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. — 1 April 1902

ii 'SI I 1 LADIES, From tho Trensnrcr of tho Young Peoplo's Christian Tem perance Association, Elizabeth L'uiiio, Fond dtt Lap, "Wis. "Dcau Mns. I'i'mmiam; I vvant to tell j on anil nil the vouug ladles of tho country, how grateful 1 am to you for all the benefits I havo rcecUcd from usIiirfTj.vdiii 13. I'inlclinm's Ycrc tiiblo Compound). 1 Buffered fur 1 MI$6 KLIZADHTII CAINK. only used tho Coinpouutl for a I5w weeks, but it wrought .a change In fto which 1 felt from tho very beginnin'. I liave been very regular since, have no pains, and find that my entire body is as If it was renewed. J gladly recom mend Iyd la 12. Pinklium'3 "Vcprc--table Compound to everybody." Miss Elizabeth Caixe, CO W. Division St., Fond dit Lac, 'Wis. $5000 forfeit If above testimonial le hot genuine At such a timo the greatest aid to nature is Tjydla 15. IMnklium's "Vejrctnblo Compound. It prcpurcs the young system for the coming change, and is the surest reliance for woman's ills of every nature. Mrs. lMn...

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. — 1 April 1902

7 il'W'f". TWfr'-m-r ! Anadauko Dmeochat. SHAW if. BLANKENSHIP, PuilUhtn. PnESTON P. SHAW. L. D. BLANKENSHIP. . . Editor. Manauor, SUHHCHIlTION IIATKM UAII.Y. One yo r in advance $1.00 Six months In advance - - 12.00 Three months In advance $1.00 WKEICI.Y 1'UIIMSHKI) KVKUY THUUS DAY. One Year 11.00 Six-Month CO Thre Month.... -' AdvwrttalDR rates made known on kppllaatlon. Vtyplluutlon made for trnnn:nUlun lhroujch-4hnlM at the poHtnfllcH at AnidnrkuttttiOiouut, an .econJ oLjj mall matter. AkaDAIIKO.OKLA., Al'HII. 1, 1003. Noble County for Doyle. This DeinocraU of Nohlo county will present to tlio Enid uonvuiitioi. the nanm of Thornim II. Doyle for congress. Probably no man i public lift) in Oklahoma Territory iH more widely known than Mr Doyle, najn the Noble Comity Sen tinel. Kor two terms the Demo eratie ruprcsi'iitativi' of Nolilo own ty he lias m.ide a ' lovoi'd that ina'.tv him at thin time the logictl c.indi dale of the I) -in leritie party foi delegate. Mr Doyle's nvir.l mIi...

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. — 1 April 1902

rir WKU0INOS AT PLOUOAiTEU Muttj-Tuur Cupl. United Frnai TuW. At Plougatel, In Prlttanjr, France, Ihcre Is but one day a year on which, from time Immemorial, weddlngi ar allowed to take place namoly, on tht Feait of St. Frances, a model Chris tian wife and mother for whom the citizen of Ploura-l' t-r the great eet veneration, wi4. they chiefly manltut by Mn3 all the weddtngi for that day, TM yesr not leea than forty-tour cvuplti knelt before her altar to proBouaoe the nuptial tow. Thla day of weddings by the whole-eaU-U, of course, a. tat for the wholt Tiller, to the early raornlng all the empla meet on the town's public square. Thence they go to the city ball, where .the clrtl ceremony la gone through with. ThU oyer, a procession la formed, and all the couples, fol , lowed by thetr respective trlenda, march three times around the Tillage before entering the church, where the religious ceremony Is performed. Here upon follows the banquet, which Is held at the common expense. The las...

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. — 1 April 1902

HP U li " Anadarko Daily Democrat I'llllSION fill AW. ANADAKKO, OKLAHOMA. ? WHERE HE GOT OFF. Mail Omen Were Too Mnch for the Philadelphia Datkey. Detective Gcorgo Kali of tlio city hall forcu van riding up town In u Thir teenth sheet tiolloy car last week when n coloreil man of his acquaint ance camo in and sat down lit the next seat. After u lnlnf chat the de toctlvo nald: "Are tJyou auiieratltlona, Sam?" "No sub," 'said Slim.. :'Woll, it's a good-HiIng yfm'ro not," said Jf'all. "Tlicro'HX'h, ciosa-pyed woman sitting opposite' 'Yn-as, null, ilat's right." (hucklfdiSnin. "Ami up In the corner is a hunchback. "Yns, hu1i,.1 sees him." f'Soii Urn' number of, ftTo'car up there IjT's'ai.'l" "VnB.' sal'i ' ' "And this Is Trili tocntl.'utrfeet wt'rn on, you Know." J'Vou k long, suh ' "Tho Is Jnlitociitl.'otrfeet we're on, you ." J'Vou K" long, siih ' "Tho loglfter, as ou miiy observe, va thii'riBUrcs KH'l.'( ,"k'n'-as4 ili. ' (1 thiols Frldnj.lV "Y.i-ns." "Also cash loglfler, as ou miiy 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. — 1 April 1902

vyt fwvwj- v "? 4 -wr v. Weto 1M This impressive scene of Niagara below tho famous falls is probably tho best over taken. It is by Eugene G. Hall of Chicago. The whirling currents of this king of waterfalls are depicted with wonderful accuracy in this boautiful picture. To thoso who havo seen the falls at the height of their grandeur the picture will be a remembrance; to others a. wonder. STOCKINGS DECORATED. ParWIan Artltt Ilevntc IIli TnlrnU to Dvilcnft on Hosiery. A Parisian "decorator of Indies' stockings" has so far forgotten profes sional discretion as to tell talcs out of his studio. The artist designs hos iery chlclly for fair, fastidious and ex travagant beauties of the "world which amuses Itself." Theso ladles will only wear stockings tho patterns of which are unique, and they retain the copy right of the designs. It Is even more indlscicet of the ar tist to reveal that for one of his cus tomers he has made dclicato hose em broidered with a Cupid climbing up the Ince inser...

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. — 1 April 1902

". i;TWMr,vnirariif,7ri.itawa'r irirrwtr--v-- u . ffiLX&nKX&n&Zt&JXLJitfi.J I V t r I SECRET SOCIETIES. A. I', k A. M. Meets rimt nnilThMTuowlkriiif cni'li month n Mnsonle Hull, cornor Sixth unil IimreetN Vlsltltii: brethren ccmlliilli Invited. 1'IUSK 1'AIIWHT.U W. M. M. W. A Mrctn every TucMlny ulnlit nt 7.10 InMe AolncliIInll. , K, MrKNimiT. r v I. O. O. P. Mcotn every Weclnclii tilirht In MnAnlncti Hull. VMiluif lirolhcm Invited W. S. Mciiihk, N () Subscribe for tlio DAILY DEM.' CItA'l', $1 per yeai. W. CIIILDS. I Dray, Transfer and Bo.gga.gc. Any Kind of Hauling Anywhere. Prices Uiyht. Phono 72. 30-tf D. G. Galloway, Dealer in Men's and Boys' VP"tO"' Date Fir A If. COItll. UIIAS. C. lir.ACIt. COBB & BLACK, Attornoys nncl Counsolors ntLnw. LAWTON. - CCvl - OKLAHOMA. Dr. W. Y. Winton, PlIYHR'IA:. and Suuoiuim. Ollico Booms, 7-8, Morgan Bl'dg, South of Court House Square. Ollico 'Phono No. 83, Residence 'Phone No. 00. E.W. KING, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. N...

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. — 2 April 1902

, v g j- r ANADARKO DAILY ) VOL. 1. ANADARKO, CADDO CO., OKLiA., APRIL 2, 1002. NO. 17U. DEMOCRAT MILLER z&fe 2 LUMBER YARD &P sJzP 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, 40O3 MILLER BROS, f ROBBERS KILL FRANK HART An Old Friend of Peter Decker. Kill An Aj(cd Fa.rm.cr in An Attempt to Secure his Money. Both Escape They Probably will be Captured Soon Two Bad Oharaoters- Last Friday evening about 7:30 o'clock two strangers appeared at the homo of Frank Ilartman a Gor men farnier living eight miles north and ono mile cast of Lexington,...

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. — 2 April 1902

Anadarko Daily Democrat j-iii:sion r. miayv. AKADAHKU, OKLAHOMA. Mixed drlnkn anil mixed Metaphor are tin- principal fintuies oi tn up ti--date banquet. Tlio debates III coiiRi-eM nrp almost warm enough to start an oarly ftprlnrf In Washington. If It Ib true tlint Secictary Shaw unco sawed wood for a living ho un doubtedly earned the "handout." Ciov. Hcckham gives positive assur ance) Hint prnco has arrived In Ken lucky, and that she has come, to stay. John IiQgrcc Sullivan's dramatic company has conin to Brief, hut John will drown tils uluire of It In the old way. Mr. Morgan ilirvv his check for $34, UOO.000, and the hank toller didn't ask til tn If he'd hnvo it In small hills, cither. IxJiuloii is becoming a great conenn tratlou ennip, lta population hav ing Increased nearly a million In ten years. Mayor Low of Now York has Juet made the painful discovery that It Is a hard thing to please everybody all the time. The most Mirprlsing thing nboiu Uncle Tom" Is not his own vitality bu...

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