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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 2 April 1902

THE ENVY OF COLLECTORS. - Specimens of the Animal Kingdom That Are Not in Captivity. Like Individual collectors of stamps ra.shcl)s, firearms and other things of hiii'inn Interest, zoological societies or mcn.igeries are at all times ready to ling borrow, purchase or exchange any Kinimal not already In their possession. I'hcie are, however, many beasts and I. lids that such bodies have never yet 'managed to obtain. One of these Is tho IH-oi'OscIs monkey of Borneo. Although known to European science more than a K'Htury, een the enterprising zoo 1okIl.i1 society of IamkIuii has not been ibi" to obtain a specimen. In appear- ance the proboscis monkey Is one of the queerest and quaintest of the mon key family. Its forehead Is as low as an ape's, Its nulr Is chestnut In color and neatly parted In the middle, and Its face Is adorned with bushy mutton chop whiskers. Its eyes are- far apart. Its month is wide, and its cheeks and 'hln arc tinged with blue, giving the face the appearance of h...

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. — 2 April 1902

THE ANADARKO DEMOCRAT SHAW & BLANKENSHIP, Publishers. PRESTON P. SHAW. Editor L. D. BLANKENSHIP, Mnnnnor, SUU3CItn'TION It ATI'.S DAILY. One yo r In iidvunuo - - $1.00 Six months In uilvunco - - 82.00 Throo months In urivnnco $1.00 wixicli i't;iiMsiii:n nvr.itv thuiis- DAY. OnoY.ir $1.00 Six Montlis CO Tlirco Months. ... 25 AiHertlslnfj rutos mmlo known on application. Application nmdo for trims. nUsior through tliu mulls ut tlio postutllcu lit Anadurko, Oklahoma, as second-dans mall matter. Anai)aiuco,Oki,a., AiMtn. 2, 11.02. Those Elected. "Wo mi t the ctn'iny and we ai theirs." Tim icpiilitic.in i:it ticket is elected with the exc ptiou ol 'ity clerk which in very dote and will require the ollicial count to de termine the lesulu The icpub i aiiH elect a majority of the school board and council. Wo "imiglit a !,-ood light"-"w) have kc t the d ,1. .Hid bow to the will of tho major ' i: Wi.iti: Di.jioutATH, Wi: Vici 13i:.M(kkts, .mil will coniinuuto liglitfortliigre.it iinuiplo-...

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. — 2 April 1902

WANTED -A ioUioii with : family to do light house work. Enquire at thin otliec 172t5 WANTED a good man !r "bread wagon. One who is a hustler, and of good addrees. Ingram it Hoffman. lOBtf 20 claim to mil on tliu head of I Cash creek prici- i5 to $50 each. Enquire at .1. II. Millers otlioe.. lOtUO Home-male bread lHo your mother bakes at Star r.akory. IGOtf Have you sce'i l.c.ich it Peaeoon.. 'They h.indle uu.il, feed, Hour and grain. tf "DiivKill makes eoine of the "cut- 'est" jiietuies Tor CO cents per dozen. Try them. IMlC WANTED A position by a lady i a store or light work in fam ily. Enquire here 17 KG Home grown fruit and shadi 11-pph fin wile 1 blocks south of First National 13ai)k. Waymai. I Nurseries. Wlll Ak C 1J Gaunt for prices on e.V.' ueedcorn, alfalfa, cane, kallir corn cotton seed and all kinds of feed. Tel., 81) Cor. 0th & D St. tf WANTED 100 suits and 50 ladies dress skirls to clean and ureas in the next 30 days. Ilolman ' .& Uitscho opposite postotliee. 101...

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. — 2 April 1902

---r - , II ..I II .l t f Itrrj Mitlovern whipped Pave Si.l liiin in tin' nrtrcntli muml in tin' Unlit below the Southr n AthtPth lnl) ii l-ottisvlllo. A HricT light was never ipimj In the prize ring. Tlie winner a.ih Riven the hunlest and most gruel lug bnttlo of lila career. Tito liner roughl gamely mid lout only aftt'i lie bad idowly boon bcuton down to tho wrgo oT limoiiRllilllty. Sullivan wag not kuockad out In the sense that bi wag prone on his back and temporal lly iltml t. the woild. He was Jinocketl down, but immediately 1 08c to bin kiipng. lli stayed theic while Heferuc Hob FltZElmmons count ed nil to nliKi, and then started to ilse. lie wnn groggy anil blind, but still lourngcouit. Ife barely lifted a knee from tho mi pet when Mi Govern spiang it him. Sullivan immediately went to the door again and Fitzslmuiuus do hired MtGovern the winner. The end eame nfter leas than one minute of fighting In the fifteenth omul. For font teen three-minute pe riods they bail struggled a...

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. — 2 April 1902

r')T-.-'iW-"!7f:""'"'J'"' ' '"'" P.MJ1UJ"LI VI 1 ,.' I', IT'LIWI-LH-iLimillJ ,'.! .J H.I.M i -T--L. HI. -J. .If!. LI 1 . 1 IKIH- MUI 'JJ- HMll Pictorial fiumor jSl ON ITS NATIVE HEATH. M-s. Smith Wouldn't It bo terrible if wo should have war with Germany? Mr. Smith Oh! I don't know. IM llko to go over there and get a taste e: rcr.l old-time wiener wurst. lie Knctw IScltr "But two," protested the joung nmn, 'Van lle as cheaply as one" The old man looked at him pity ingly. "Heforo n young man marries." lm aal.l, "ho ought to hae a little ex perience." "In what way?" "Ilo ought to bring 11 1 a family of girls, and then he would gain an ap proximate Idea of how each Individual woman adds to one's expense account." Ttift MnrU nf (.pnlilt. Ascuni What's that boy of youm doing now? Poppers He's got n Job in the bank and he's going to be president of that bank some day. Ascutn Hright, eh? I'oppers Well, sir. lie can sign hla name so nobody on caith can make It out. TOM MORN, MURDfER. .Sjnip...

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. — 2 April 1902

x SECRET SOCIETIES. A. I'. A. A. M. MccHinrnlanilThMTuPMlujHDf pnchmonth n MiiMotilo Ilnll. rcirnnr Sixth una DHlreulH VInIUuk brethren conllnltr InvUiil I'llANK rAIIWKI.laW M. M. W. A. Mertu ovory Tucwlnr uluht lit 7 VI luMc Aiilnclillnll. I, K, Ml 1CNIOIIT t , IT i. o. o. r. McotK nery Wcdncidaj nlKht In MoAnlncli Hnll VNUIiiK brother Invltrrt -1 Mdumk, II It Sulwcribc for the DAILY DEM CHAT, 1 er yeai. W. CMILDS. Dray, Transfer and Baggage. Any Kind of Hauling Anyuheie. Prices Right. IMioiiu 7'J. :i()-tf A H. COIlll. CHAS. C. 1ILACK. COBB & BLACK, AttornoyB nnd Counsolora ntLnw. D.G.Galloway, Dealer in Men's ami Boys' LAWTON. - Mil OKLAHOMA. Dr. W. Y. Winton, Physician ash Suhiikom. Ollieo Itoonw, 7-8, HI organ Bl'dg, South of Court Mounts Square. Ollieo 'Phono No. 811, Residence 'Phone No. 00. E.W. KING, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Notary Public, Caddo county. Com missioner of Deeds for the Stato of Toxns and Now York. Anrdnko. Oklnhomn QEORGE C. CAMPBELL. Physician and ...

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. — 3 April 1902

ANADARKO DAILY DEMOCRAT 1 VOL. 1 ANADATtKO, CADDO CO., OKI,A., APR LI, !), 11)02. NO. 174. & - Old English, Old Irish. On account of Hpaee we could not publish the program of the recital at McAnineh Hall, Tuesday night April let, by Genu Hall. Agisted by MiBS Lena Spivcy and M'ifs Faith Campball, Miss Estello Reid Accompanist. PROGRAMME. I Instrumental Music Von Hulow Miss Faith Campbell. II Recitative and Aria, from 'Faust' . ...- Gounod, Mr Hall, III (a)UellevoMoif all Those En dearing Young Charms Old Irish. (b)Drlnkto mo Only with Thine Eyes Old English. (c)Lovo has Eyes Old English Mr. Hull. IV Instrumental "At Morn" Goddard, Miss Lena Splvey. V (a )I'm Wearing Awa' . . Footo (b) Last Night Kjenelf (c) Irish Love Long Lang Mr. Hall. VI (a)To Marry White (b)Donoa Vorrio Moris Tostl (c)Serenado Schubert Mr. Hall. VII Nocturno Chopin Miss Campbell. FOR SALE or TRADE The Dclmonico Restaurant. I will Bell cheap for cash or exchange for town property. Enquire at Delroonico Restau...

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. — 3 April 1902

y rrr"---. u.. - : . N.. BEAUTIFUL CHILDREN lade We!! and Strong by Peruna. st o ii1,- ;Vxt !-'" 'V tea' i' mmni vmJji 'Wrv' j - & fit m .. l.TJIF J-' . i' ' " rf-irfh-, I 1- f O.J .C.V v - --7 "s-: -rgyr- -. . '- . ' - - - -a.V .- J4 r-rl('J ! cS- , r- ("lie (ilBonllefnclloii with the govorn merit existing rlpnlu, coupled tlio Inbor party political aspect to thi) riots at Ilarce Inn.', Spain. SngiiBtu mill Weyler have. It Is said, been vjtchliiK with unxlfty for any tllsturbanai which might aroiiHD a martial spirit anil do M'lop Into a revolution, anil tho prepa ration of a decree (Icclailng martial law throughout tho kliiKtlom Ih vlowrd u a ronforslon by tho Government that It learn the poaFlhln development of a ri volution that would irsult In tho reins of government nolng taken from tho Queen Hcgont, leaving young Alfou.-to without u throno when h" roarhes IiIh majority next iiny, Tho situation nt ISarcrloim Is morn reassuring, hut othor part of Spain mo In n very unquiet st...

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. — 3 April 1902

NtW FUHS TROM RUSSIA. Fkliu of Ponlvi nml Cnlit for l-o bj AutninolillMtii. IluaBla Is bending us n couplo of. vgrj novel pelts, tho ulilns of poulcs iinO of calves for mhklhg motor-car drctses and coats, nml tho Kussiau blouses wealthy women nro wearing 30 much this winter.? t '"Tho skins of tho ponies are not ory large, and aro forwarded, manes and ' all, to -tho fuirlers, but ho far the matios havo not been mado useful i Perhaps the toy trade will eventually J? profit by them, and the llery nmserj i gtccils of the rocklng-horfce and Gray Dobbin ircibuaslon be equipped with tho long silky hair of these creatures. Any ono wht has traveled in Hus sla will know tr ualc, tawny shade of tjio native pon , nlmost llou-HUc In color. It Is aUo the commonly met Jijio of tho little Scandinavian horses driven In Norway almost exclusively, end much seen, too, In Sweden and Finland. The sldn dyes brown and a lovely Jet black most successfully, and Is so strong that It Is uncommonly suitable for...

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. — 3 April 1902

"M i THE ANADARKO DEMOCRAT.1 "l""OT, 1";,,, l,; "H'- Oiin respoiiHiblo fur thm an tln-y SHAW & BLANKENSHIP, PublUhen. PRESTON P. SHAW, L. D. BLANKENSHIP, Editor Mannijur, lll iliiliu credit ;li;tl is good. for everything .SUIlSOItirTION IIATT-S DAILY. i One ye riniuhanco - $1.00 Six months In mlviinco - 2.00 Three months In advance $1.00 WKKKC.Y l'UIII.HIini) KVKItY TIIUHN KAY. I One Year $1.00 ' Six Month 0 ANOIENT IDEAS OF RATS, lluhr"ri, Cliltiixn mnl (Irrrln llellnred Thlt Tllejr Cnrrloil IlnrwKf In a recent number of tho Frank furter 'fitting Is a dlBcnsslon of tho ant.ij.ilty of tho hollef that rata are. re m tslblo for tho spread of plague, fn i a writer In American Medicine. AciUtUng to tho writer, tho recognl Throe Months. Advertising rates made known on application. Application made fo- transmission through tho malls at tho pnstolllco rt Anarturko, Oklahoma, as second-chif.s snail nialtor. Anadauko.Oki.a., Apkii. :, 1002. NO STATEHOOD. Wo notice nu Editorial in the IJ ...

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. — 3 April 1902

Surgeon's Knife Not Needed- Surgery Is no louder nocewirv to euro piles. Ho Witt's Wtteh Hnzol Salve cures such eaes at once, Triniiv Ing the necessity of dangerous, painful and expensive operations. For scalds, cuts, burns, wounds bruises, sores and skin diseases It Is unemtalled. Hewure of counterfoils. W. If. Smith & son druccrists. ; the Scenic Route 20 claims t" wll "' ,no nin " Cash creek price 25 to . 50 each. Enquire at J. II. Millers office. - 101U0 HushcIIh photograph h aro rich and artistic. See them on 1$. street opposite postntlice. 100t0 111 rails unetrale the fertile States of MISSOURI, ARKANSAS, KANSAS, OKLAHOHA, INDIAN TERRITORY, TEXAS and the SOUTHWEST, TENNESSEE, MISSISSIPPI, ALABAMA and the SOUTHEAST It reaches the rich farming lands of Kansas , and Oklahoma, the mineral uckls 01 somnera Missouri and Northern Arkansas, the cotton fields of the South and Southwest, the oil fields of Kansas and the Indian Territory, ond hun dreds of other Industrial places of 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. — 3 April 1902

. --vj&rtpfc V$P . i, a.... Hfr-Mtp- tJW&fcitf" -1 Anadarko Democrat I'ltr.sioN i. mi.vw. ANADAKKO, OKLAHOMA. ki.. 1 ...! i.Mi,v.N i i:kki IDIII Wood county litis ii school population ofli.JTfi. . j ' ' ! Titcmncarl li u now town In It caver county. deary fi! ' to be male n city of Uo llrt elans. Wool war I county' population li o timntod nt .'!T,30. Tin' two banks nt Arapahoe curry, SH'.O.OOO lu deposit. Mmiy lCuy county fanners liuve tele phone In tlll'ir ltOlllUH. Chandler raised thu necessary bonus to secure tliu Ohootnjv road, Woodward county's ncwS30,00'J court house Is finished and accepted. Lot jumping, f.ilh contests In sight, nflllct tin; new town of Uockislnnd. Itiinsat wants to lu; rtd of Oklahoma convicts, especially the four Unit ;irc I n Mine. It If only an average day when there aro oer Kit) teams on the htreelb ol I.nmont. 0. T. Prouty, territorial grain in spector, predicts another splendid wheat crop. Tim shipments of cotton from Chan dler in 11)01 were ov...

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. — 3 April 1902

w-" "' ? 181. 0 Pressure Greater Than That at Galveston Last Year. UFFERING AT PRESIDIO. San Francisco, Feb. 27. Ono of the heaviest southwest storms that has ever been experienced in many years f truck this city in the Morning. The wind attained great velocity, blowing 13 miles an hour In the city, while at l'oint, Keyes it reached liO miles. Ships drugged their anchors or broke their moorings at their docks, a fishing boat was capsized, the telephone and elec tric wires were down and awnings, -d.ade trees and fences were wrecked md pedestrians were great'y incon venienced. Telegraph communication with the mtside world was shut olT. The full .'orco of the storm was felt on the bay md the bar was so rough that vessels w ere unable to leave port. Three-story bouses were blown down In the Mission district. The gale as it swept over the Presidto reservation Jcft'ln It trail wreck and ruin. To the boldiurs, the wreck of the tents was a serious affair, for the ma jority of them had till ...

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. — 3 April 1902

v SECRET SOCIETIES. A. V. fi A. M. Meets Flrt nnrtTlillTu"li.rMif pnehmonth n Mnwinlo llnll. romcr Hlilli nnd I) directs. VMllnir brethren cirdln11y Imltcd. KilANK KAIIMKMj. W. M. M. W. A. Meets every TucMlny nluhl nt 7:ao In Me Antaehll.ll. ui;.M,;KN.m.T,r,y. I. O. O. V. , Meets every Wcitnculuy nlirlit In MoAnlnch U.U VWtln brother, lnllr.lMiBHi(iM a Subscribe for the DAILY DEM CRAT, 1 per yeai. W. CH1LDS. Dray, Transfer and Baggage. Any Kind of Hauling Anywhere. Prices Right. Pllone 72. !iU-tf A II. COIIll. OHAS.CIIt.AClC, COBB & BLACK, Attorneys nnd Counselors atUaw. D. G. Galloway, Dealer in Men's anil Boys' Vp4o Date Fir iishiig (0) LAWTON. eavi OKLAHOMA, Dr. W. Y. Winton, PllYHlUlAX AND SUKOKOM. Oflico Rooms, 7-8, Morgan Bl'dg, South of Court House Square. Oftico 'Phono No. 8!t, Residence Phono No. (HI. E.W. KING, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Notary Public, Caddo county. Com missioner of Deeds (or tho State of Texas and Now York. AnmU-ko. Oklahoma ood Boots, Shoen, Hat...

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. — 4 April 1902

ANADARKO DAILY DEMOC RAT M VOL 1. ANADARKO, CADIX) CO., OKLA., APRIL -I. l)02. 0 NO. 175. TERBiTORIAL IJEWS Of the Happening at the Capital. Tried to Break JalL GtttJirio, 0. T., April 3 (Speci al.) An incffeutual attempt was made laHt nighty tlio prisoners in iucoounty gaii'to escape. This is the -second attempt within the pant wedfc, ibnt eaohitime the ofliecrs dis eovored the work, before the men gained their Ittberty. John Brooks, a celorod jnan was the ring leader j last wight. Taking a bed nosL the prisoners jiried and jammod the juu. iu muaimcr con until it open ed. Even tihen they could not es cape, and before the outer coll door was forced, tie officers were aware of tlie inteBtion of the prisoners Brooks will be placed in solitary confinement and his attempts at jail breaking will hardly accomplish anything. For sale quick and cheap Office sheds and foundations nf m.of- lumberyards. 175t2 For sale quick and chean Office sheds and foundations of Clioatn lumberyards. mt2 FOR...

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. — 4 April 1902

ffl?Mgg.jf?gfr.'ggB 4 W rr , Jrf th WWWlrV E$e0$$80$o$0$8i i hm:j -c ifi oAMdiuui uiu Vy CUFRAN (unvrlKht UXH Iijr DnlJv Story 1 ut)liihltii Comimnv Over tlm oung gratis of Hie long av anuu, the brnnclilng (inks Hung Blnnt lug uhadows Tin) Hweotuess nt Ilank hIiv roses dwelt In tlm Virginia Min hIiIiip, where the trailing vines crept up the gie) walls, and iiioiinil the Jewel-llko paws of the nmllloiieil win dows, winding nlicmt the Htately tol unins tlmt guarded the portnln of Gor don Hull. The peace of the country Hahhnth luid htlil ItH hand upon t.ic ilnll- come find go; a quiet tlmt drought ovdiy far ort moving thing very near, In the tustlc of u mlKlity silence. . , Mtttiess Ealhoi Gordon came slowly downturn In ond winding Htnlia. The light from tlm great oilul window tbovo her head, shafting down Into the gloom lielow, plned a qui voting hrtlo of golden motes nhout the fair )oung head. In the dark Betting of the. old hall, the dainty flgiiio shono out no some royal dame stepp...

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. — 4 April 1902

WORK FOR TEMPERANCE Blows Being Struck for the Cause Throughout the World. Life's Myntcry. 7.o, what am 1? A patch of things. Mrro odds ami ends nf Uvea flung by, Prom age-long rag-bag gatherings pieced ii by Fate full thriftily; Homebody's habits and his hair, Placard -d conscience, faith once fair Kro tl no, the moth, had eaten It; My creat-grandfathcr'a chin and nose. The eyes my great-grandmother wore, And hands from somo remote who know7 I'erchaoco prehensile ancestor; Somebody's style, somebody's gait. Another body's wrist und waist, With this one's temper, that one's trait, One's tastes, another's lack of taste; Feelings I never chose to feel, A voice In which I had no voice. Revealing where I would conceal nude Impulses without n choice; Faults which this forefather or tliut Unkindly fostered, to my 111, With others somo one else begat And made the matter worscr still. They chose, these masters nf my fate, To please themsolve", bequeathing mo Base pleasures In tho things I h...

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. — 4 April 1902

THE ANADARKO DEMOCRAT SHAW & BLANKENSHIP, Publishers, PRESTON P. SHAW, L. D. BLANKENSHIP, . . Editor. MandRor, -DAILY. $1.00 - JU.OO $1.00 WKHICt.Y I'UJir.WIIBD BVRllV THUtUS f)AY. Ono Your L00 Six Months 0 Threu Month -15 suiiscuirrioN hatim- Ono yo r In advance Six months In udvunco Three months In advance Advertising nttufl mado known on application, i Application liiudo for trans nlsiiun through tlio in.ills .it thu po.Uo.flcu nt Atiulurko, Oklahoma, as second-class in.it! matter. Anaiauko,Okla., Ai'itu. 1, 1002. the Scenic Route' I", Wo uinlm'stiud thu uity ouncil throw out tli'' votes in the 1st ward on account of voles not having ini tials of tlw judges on t hi li ik ot them. 'Phis gives (lie olliee ol city elurkrto the republicans. The United States Steel J"rnl only ulettMil 1 1 1,0(17,1'.)") the lira! yo.ir of its oxistoue". ")It d.in'Ffonk like our Teddy was doing them u very fust, does it V We all know Teddy wn inly jVcin, the trust! liavo in) friend that will stat l ...

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. — 4 April 1902

Chinese Kobe M'tirn. Chinese as well ns Japanese houst gowns are to be worn this winter, and tho foimer aro ovn raro splendid In color and workmanship than tu lat .e;'. The Chinese r bo h & not thf fullness or so.'t g ace of tho k mono but It Is a very effective garni -nt A flno sneclmen of the Ch.ncse tobo Is o' mntularin pink sat'n bordered Wit'' black. The black .s umbroiduiud with the brightest and mo-t vailed flowers and leaves In tine, flat, typically C. 1 neso embroil!' re. The garm nt fnlh to tho ftct from a square cui ii'c'; The front Is pla'n and flat and la but toned on the right-band side by s lkeii buttons and s Ik n loop'. It iItb not go In at tho waist, back c r f ont. Th sides of the ski t are slashed almost tc the wa's. Chi nsso New. Liquor Not'o To whom ll innv ooiicern Ntuicc li iiercny imca tutu I. joiin u, Ucckcrhnve lllnl with the County I ierk of CuiUlo Counts UMiihoma Tcnltorj. my uili cittion for 11 ll"ense to Hell nt retail. mnlt plrlt-uou- and vinous H...

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. — 4 April 1902

Anadarko Daily Democrat I'lllISTON 1'. HIIAW. ANADAUKO. OKLAHOMA. Jnpun will discover from day (o ilay (lint It cornea high to bo a world power. The charge that Frank James de manded a rake-off and wag refused Is nil wrong. Now that oil has been discovered at l'lko'H l'ealc a good many people aro likely to bust there. It lias been round that whisky will not chock smallpox-. The disease is threading In Kentucky. Knglnnd shows her scorn for super stition by having thirteen battleships under construction now. Having learned to waits and been in a rallwny wreck Mlnlflter Wu may us well apply for his papers. John I Sullivan's heart troublo can bo traced back to tho date of his unfor tunate match with Corbctt. Those frenzied females havo com mandeered poor Padcrewskl'if watch. They'll get his hair next time. When a hen takes it into her head to bo stubborn oho doesn't care a cent for tho law of supply and demand. Carnegie has furnished an oritaph for himself, but Itussel Sago probably thl...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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