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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 4 April 1902

FISHERIES OF AMERICA How a Grcot-t Industry Hixs Been Protected xnd Extended. What tte agricultural department Is doing for tho fanners of tho country the fish commission of tho national government, aided by tho commissions Jt the several states, Is doing for tho llshermen and for nil the great Intcr- sta which depend upon tho products 3f tho waters. As the agricultural d? lartmcnt Is Introducing new varieties it vegetables and Is constantly teach ng fanners how they may Increaso heir crops, so tho fish commlsjlon ln roduces new varieties of fish, and by arel-.il and scientific study determines n what ways the great fisheries of the I'nltcd States may he protected and ox tended. Its work 13 hardly appreciated liy tho public, and yet Its reports arc full of Information which Is always In teresting and sometimes sensational. Tho last report, of tho commission Is Ju.,t at hand. Here are somo Hems ex tracted from It: Half-developed oysters and bivalves nhlch are In poor flesh, as a stoc...

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. — 4 April 1902

?""" ' SECRET SOCIETIES. A. P. A A M. Meets Klrnt nnrtThldTuewKjaof ouch month nMnsonlo Hall, comer Sixth und UmrccM. VMUnK brethren conllnlly Invited Fkank Kaiiwki.u W. M. M, W. A. McctH every Tucsdny nlifht nt 7.30 InMc AnlnchiUll. I, K, McICnmiit, c, e I. O. O. K. Meets every Wednesday nlifht In MoAnlnch XJa.ll. VIMtlnir brothers Invited V. H. Mouse, N. O W. CHILDS. Dray, Transfer and Bogaige, Auy Kind of Hauling Anywhere. Prices lliulit. I'hone 72. 3Mf . II. OUT1II. OHAS. C. 1ILACK. COBB & BLACK, Attorneys and Counselors ntLaw. UAWTON. t CSV I OKLAHOMA. Dr. W. Y. Winton, PlIYHIClAX A.NI SOIUJKOM. Office Rooms, 7-8, Morgan Bl'dg, South of Court House Square. Oflice 'Phone No. 83, Residence 'Phono No. (10. E.W. KING, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Notary ..' 'ic, CnJoo county. Com missioner o V i 18 'or tho Stat of Texas nnd Now YorW, AnuuV ko, Oklahoma D. G. Galloway, Dealer in Men's and Hoys' 1p-to-Date Fir iishiig Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Shirts Underwear, Overalls...

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. — 5 April 1902

tf DARK Vol.. 1. ANADARKO, CAHIX) CO., OKI.A., APRIL ,-,. UK)". 5& AfvM ,Z. !. '-O 7KM v'- u. ip U Call for Democratic Convention- A delegate convention ol the Democratic party will bo held at tilts Probate Court Room in Ana darko oil Saturday April It!-, 1002, for the purpose ir eeloeting Seven teen .delegates to the democratic congresional nominating convention to be held at Enid O T on April 22nd 1002. It as recommended that primaries or towrrohip and ward caucuses be held in tflic several townships ami wards of the comity on Saturday April 5tih 1W2, "for the purpoBe of select ing -delegates to the county convent ion. The basis of representation there in shall be as follows: Caddo T P. , Bridgeport T P, 5, City of Bridgeport 10, Beaver T P, 5, Fern T P, 5, Washington T P, 5, Cobb T P, 10, McKinlcy T P, 5, Shirley T P, 5, Bone T P, 5, Abeline T P, 10, Chandler T P, 6. Each ward in the city of Anadarko 5. Respectfully, Verde V. Hardcastlc. Territorial Committeeman. A Soldier Bo...

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. — 5 April 1902

lmffQgasfflloDagaagaagaafrgxaof?fCTgfrp THE WIDOW BARTLETT f'ipjilBlii IMS 1 7 liar j Slorjr ruMlnblnir Comptnj U Bs,TS?53JEH3rJ37wroS3'TE5'5a5ra7C752'ssr?sj a5? uaauyanaJO'aD iy $ i ooa' ; COOI EV J ' PuhapH the most hulllltlg Jul) 1 'V(r iindoi toolc." said the old noon t Korvlte man "wns i mining to with what wag known ag 'tho lliuiilllon gang ' l'or several mouths the state of the middle wont had been Hooded with comiteifeit live tea and twenty dollar hills of u moat Ingpnlnuti make So llf.trlj pel feet wore they that they weie considered oxteodlngly dangnr oiih and to myself and thico assistants was aMlgned the task of captuiing the gung 'Well, wo finally succeeded In trac ing the counterfeit to the village of Hamilton, In one of the HtateH border lug on the Mississippi liver Wo also lcarmd that the gang consisted of at least three mon, and obtained a vot in ( mate description of one, a paitlal description of anothei and an oxceed In? vaguo and uimatlsfnetoty debcrip tlon of 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. — 5 April 1902

f f - X flJSiiRO'S J t By JOHN Copyright, IOCS, by Dally Pfpfrn M-fiB n r.,tii n . Planet editorial rooms, ami tho men, tho old men. that Is. had lineim n Innl -.-...- ?-o luiiiuiar iiB.uro in uic ' Upon him as something of n nulRjtnpr. Tho now men, those Just out of collego and breaking In on little assignments, thought him an Interesting character nnd often forgot tho city editor's In junction "not to encourage the Dago." Pletro was useful In his way, though, for ho sometimes brought In bits of news from tho Italian quarter that could be worked up Into Sunday stor ies, and when the triple murder took place on Ilobert street two years ngo It was Pletro who put Johnson, tho police man, on to the hiding place of tho murderer. It was a big beat for the planet and Johnson got his salary raised and a compliment from the "old man" at the same time. Of course, Johnson made it all right with Pletio ana kept mum as to the source of his information. But Pletro was beginning to be a bother in...

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. — 5 April 1902

1 THE ANADARKO DEMOCRAT SHAW & BLAN.CESHIP, PublLhers PPESTON P. SHAW, Editor. L. D. BLANKENSHIP. .- MnnnKor. SUIISUltll'TlON UATliS DAII.V. Ono yo r In uilvunco - fcl.00 Six months In iitlvnnco --IJ Thrco montliH in advance l-0 WrXICt.Y I'UW.HMHO BV'I'.ltY TiillltS 1AY. OuoYcar ',c,, Six Months M TIo-iki fiuil.lw "" Advertising nitosmuilo known on application. Application matlo for trans ills Ion through tho malls at tho"-osto.lleo at Anadarko, Oklahoma," an seeourt-olus-mall matter. Anadauko.Oki.a., Armi. B, 1002. With todays isuu of the Doun orat we tuku pleasure in nnnouiiouij. to tho public tint wo hive bougl t the Vumliirko Ue.-onl iii'l have 001 Holiilated it with the Democrat. V are now bolter prepared limn evi to servo tho publi'-. Mr. C. O. Kobortson, of thu Uocord, Ins at ceptod a position with us "and will take charge of the job work. Then id no better job printer in Okhi lionn. We ask tho business nmn ot the city to give us a trial on tho'i job work, as wo guarantee...

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. — 5 April 1902

nlahop Donne of Albany. BLshop Doane Is accompanied In his walks about Albany by a massive do of the Qreat Dane breed. Whnncvoi the Illshop Is Invited to deliver the prayer In tho Senate or the House dur ing legislative sessions ho bids his dog lie down In tho corridor and wait for him. Then he hands tho nnln'al hl. shovel Vat. Th- dog Uk?s It belw?rn his teeth, und never budges until tin bishop roturns. Our Dumb Animals. Very Unoful Ammunition. An army ofucor now In South Afri ca tells an odd talo of the Sikh war In India. Lalla MoolraJ wad besieged by the British In Multan and put up a stubborn defense. Ono day some ol his men came across a stock of canned provisions, left by tho former British occupants, and which wero thpn quite a novelty. Lalla supposed that the cans contained explosives of some kind and ordered Mem to be fired at the be rieenrs. So for ono whole- day the rtrltlnh army was bombarded with showers of kippered herring, Yar mouth bloaters, corned beef, and con dens...

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. — 5 April 1902

Anadarko Daily Democrat 1'ltl.SION 1', SHAW. ANADAItKO, OKLAHOMA. Colombia ain't capture nny mission-ri-Iua, but there nro other ways ot min ing moLey. Why not coax tlmt Mexican earth iliiako down to the isthmus and let it i.Ik the cuiml? Tho trouble with the peace Kocloty teems to be that they want praeo, but t.ro not willing to light for It. Santos-Dumont Is bolng troubled ulth chills, lie should be glad, liow ever, that no can still havo them. Some ot thoso governments that aie to solicitous about China's "Integrity" will do well to keop their c)e on their own. A Mexican cuitliqimko ha Just klll d COO people Well, In this cage no body will be unjustly blamed, any way Instead ot building ships to (It the barbora (lormany will be obliged, If It keeps on, to build harbois to lit thu ships. Nobody ever thought ot asking whether It could hac been a United itatcs scnatur who tit ruck Hilly Pat erson. Premier Waldcck-nousscau ot Trance, has bucked the trolley car nnd found that It does ...

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. — 5 April 1902

md lue l. yyy-wrm.y nmcuiJWJ miwn jbju wwiu1 ywfT.if TO REFORM Notod Writer Pointo Out Dofocts In Our Prcsont Systom L . . ...... ...T.ui.rgirMi..um there U probabl no subject of M' ntcr Importance to organized fo il ty than the problem of how to deal wlti thn criminal classes, bo n to 10 i ire their number and thereby prevent 1 1 Ime Criminals mere always will be, iffjinri he.ico some crime. How to mini mize uom deserves u.e ueai muiim c.f th hour. It n often 3aiil that crime :s on tho lm r asp. It would bo truer to say that 'U'iit constitutes crime Is constantly bring Increased by legislation. Our Miij legislatures at ovory session pass in rr more statuto3 making certain ai t misdemeanors which were not so ! 'hip. Ileal crime and actual erlnil l al are. rapidly fading away before the advancing light of civilization and C'i nation. Punishment for crime has much to ilo with mailing criminal?. This state punt seems paradoxical, but It Is an indisputable fact Hundreds may bo sa.ed fro...

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. — 5 April 1902

SECRET SOCIETIES. A. 1'. fi. A. M. M.clH I'lrNt ntiilTlilirrucMli.jKiit ciichtaonlli n Masonic Hull, i-nrnrr Sixth nml I) Direct VM'-lnif brethren eonllnlly Invlli'il. I-'llANK rAIIWKM. W. At. M. W. A. Moots dory Tuewluy nlulit nt ":io luMc Anliirtdllull. I. 1'., MclC nkiiit. i . r I. O. (). r. Meet eory Wednesday tituht In MuAnlnc'j linll VWtlnif lirntlH.TM Itivllcd W. S. Mohhi: N (I W. CKILDS. Dray, Transfer and Baggage. Any Kind of Hauling Anywhere. Prices Hjyht. Phone 72. IlO-tf A. ii. ctinii. ciias. r. iir.Acif, COBB & BLACK, AUornoya and Councolors at Law. UAWTON. Mrl OKLAHOMA. Dr. W. Y. Winton, Physician axiiSukokom. Oflicc Booms, 7'8, Morgan Bl'dg, South of Court House Square. Office 'Phono No. 8n, Iti'sidcncc 'Phone No. (10. E.W. KING, Attorney and Councilor at Law. Notary Public, Caddo county. Com missioner of Deeds for tho State of Texas and Now York, Anuria-kn. Oklahoma D. G. Galloway, Dealer in Men's and Hoys' Vp-to-Date Fur nishing Goods Boots, Shoes, llatn, Caps, ...

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. — 7 April 1902

& YOl,. 1. K i a AXADAKKd, CADDO CO.. oKJ.A., APKI1. 7. 15H)li. NO. 177. RHODES' GREAT Was to Unify the Race.-- Wills twoScholarships to Every American State. .FOR. BOYS OF CHARACTER .He.QEtlines a Plan .which is Very .OriginalHe Dreamed of Union .Between the United Statoc and Motiier .Ccnntry- TO 3IIS BURIAL iEL&CE jtoad Will be Built lor JPcpnlar Weeklj Yiaitr- Call for Democratic Convention- A vlelesate convention of the Democratic party will bu liolfl at the Probate Court Room in Ana darko on'Satuulfiy April 12, iP02, for xixa purpot-e or teleetiug -seventeen delegates to tlio democratic eonip-esional nominating convention to be held at E)id O T on April 22uQ 1002. It i-s recommended thatkTimanes or township and "ward caue.Tises.le held in the several ownhi and wards of the county on Salwrday April 5th 11102, forahe jurpoc of -"elect ing delegates lo the comity convent ion. The basis off representation -therein bhll be as follows: Caddo T P. 5, (Bridgeport T J', 5, Gky o...

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. — 7 April 1902

i Ms1 $Km As a R -1 - 4 to thc Authorities J?f? S . fEBlfililfe f (4S----V.... S ; fefeSfHon. John E.Ptac3tjQjQls -4.s X . y l Asst.Supt Police u3K I. n. lluuna, formerly of Kunk.iUrc, 11 now Inspector of the government 'ortfcl reservations In Arizona anil New ilexico, tells In n recent letter about a jaiiK of outl.iws In New Mexico that annot he dislodged by the authorities, til Ilann.'i writes: "A lianil of about twenty dosperati unlaws, that can't bo driven from Its ustiuvs by the Kovernment, has Its cudexvous at White Rocks, within the lla Klver forest reservation, in fcouth ,vetern New Mexico, about ten miles u rthwest of Anna and live miles east )f the Arizona Hue. The locality ile 'Ivch Its nnnic from the number of A'hlte rorks that ovciIwiik the caves; liey ran bo seen for many miles. The aves arc situated In the last range if tlie San Francisco mountains. To pnioacli them one must climb a steep ncllne fiom the cast for several miles, t Is practically Impossible to urrlro it...

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. — 7 April 1902

i to .uimg LADIES, Prom tho Treasurer of the Young Pcoplo's Christian Tein )cranco Association, Elizabeth Caino, Fond du Lac, IVis. "T)kah Mm. I'inkiiam: I vrant to tell you uud nil the joiing lailics of tho country, how grntelul 1 um to von for nil tin benefits I have received from iisbm Lyclla 13. IMnklmm's Vege table Compound. 1 buffered for MISS KMZABETII CAIXE. eight montlio fiom suppressed men struation, and it effected tnv -ntiro system until 1 became weak and debll- itatcd, and nt times felt fiat I had n, nuiiurcu uenes m as many piacos. l only used tho Compound for n few weeks, but it wrought a cliange in mo whieh I felt from the very beginning. 1 have been very regular since, have no pains, and And that my cntiio body is as If it was renewed. I gladly recom mend La (I la 12. IMiiklium's Vege table Compound to everybody." Mies EuzAiiETit Caixb, C9 V. Division St., Fond du I.nc, AVis. $5000 forftlt If above itsttmonlal It not gtnmns. At such a time the greatest aid to nature...

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. — 7 April 1902

THE ANADARKO DEMOCRAT SHAW & BLANKENSHIP, Publishers. PHESTON P. SHAW, - - Editor. Mannur, L. D. BLANKENSHIP, SUIWOKII'TION UATBS- Ono yo r In udvutice .Six month In advuneo Three months In advance -DAILY. J1.00 w $1.0" AVHHICt.Y l'UHMBJIKD HVIillY THUltS 1)AV. OnoYeur l."f Six . Month Three Months -0 Advertising rates niiiilo known on application. Application made for transmission through thu mulls at tho postndlco at Aniilut'kn, Oklahoma, as second -class mall inuttur. Axadakko.Oki.a., Ai'iiu. 7, 1002 A TRAITOR REBUKED. Democracy Repudiates Nichols and Mis Paper. A traitor in any walk of life ! Htill a traitor, thu most despised, isolated, condemned ami eontemp table bciiiir who crawls the earth, a creature sliuimi'il by honnst men, a foul, loathsome thing devoid oflion or, manhood and self respect. "When Arnold betrayed his country lie branded himself with the mark of infamy, and mothers ttuglit the prattling bibes at their knees to abhor and revile his name. Hold y Jlurns di...

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. — 7 April 1902

( &rfc X -IF V tf s LOCAL NEWS. . ' v Al l.iiiclictt went to Lawton yesterday and returned lat niglit. Kd lloriff in up from Apache on ImsinesM Ho in pleasantly located and likes hi Ihisih.-sh out look. "U A ilcKennon will raffle olT liUliinu bed room cet worth $250 tonight in front of the post olliee at 8 o'cloek. Kenieinher the lecture at the 15ap list Church to night by Matilda Flet cher ,Subjeet"The Heart of a Man" Admission :J5 cents. J C Hunter came in yeaterday. He has been out 53 miles southwest of Lawton building a residence on a claim for an old friond and acquain tance from Thrush Mo. II. W.Scott, Vinegrovo Ivy., just ar rived in town this morning, He is looking over the country for a place totfo intobusiniss. lie has property here and likes this place very well. We hope he will locate and become one of us. Liquor Not'c9- To whom it milt oouecru Notice is hereby ir en thnt I John I Dorkorh.ue UIimI nlth tN C uunt I lerk of Uiulilo Couut) Oklahoma Termors m nppll cutlu...

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. — 7 April 1902

JMf 'I -i -fcHMa i ibhh V i - t Anadarko Democrat 1'iir.s-ioN i mi aw. ANADAUKO, - OKLAHOMA. OKLAHOMA AMI INDIAN Tllltlll I OK V Hydro, (). 'J'., aslM for Incorporation. Hennessey Is wild to haw mi epidemic of SlllllllpoS. 'I'Ik' mjIkki! Imieii'iI of Pond Creek gets fter boys who smoke clgatotteH. A telephone company is chartered to serve ('arwllo, O. 'I'., with photic. The foitith boring at Hlnekwcll struck a mtrinnf How of gtw itl 800 foot. A pout ih to lie fiirini'il at Lawton of vi'trmiiH of the Spanish-American war. Law ton society people have a practice of picnlclng In the Wichita mountain. The editor of the Mud ford Mall tells of shots boSnjf lli'oil tun ii I'll his house. l)r Shoemaker, of l.awton, has been appointed agency physician at Anadtir lot. shawnee has n contract with the Simla Fe for an extension through that eity. HI Reno has -11)0 phonos In service, having addei1 another drop board' rc eently. Slot inaehtne rohher.s have piled their calling In a number of Oklahom...

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. — 7 April 1902

IV y . S" t THE NATIONAL LEGISLATURE Stcaiure Introduced for lnvcutlcatlnn of lllghla of Voters cstii ii r. i The p"ndlptr subsidy hill nns InMovpr The i'1'plnni.iUc..iul consular appropriation bill ttus rn-si-d anil then lha measure for Iho protection if the president taken up Senator llitcoti ('.a i m.ulu nn extended constitutional speech. The Mil wnsmado unllnlshcd bushier to fol li.w llio shipping bill Senator Harris (Kan ) offered n resolution nlnt I, was adopted, dln-ctui;; tho committee on Indian affairs to Investigate the removal of rcrininC'icek InJIans fiom tlio lands usslgned to Hum. Si nnlor Teller presented n memorial from tho Colorado legislature urging the retention of the present tnrlh on NUimr nnd proteinic iiKalnsl reciprocity with Cuba; all In tlio beet sugar interests. The Newlnnds irrigation bill was reported to the hoGse. The bouse committee on territories decide! tori-port iho bill tor riving 'ndlnn Territory a territorial form of government, with, a legisla t...

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. — 7 April 1902

SECRET SOCIETIES. A. r. & A. M. JIitIn TlrHt nnilTtili1Tuott1i.ynf cnrhmontli nMiiMinlci Hull. iMirnur Sixth nml IJHtrcuts "ViKltlnif tirolhrPii conllnllr tnvlteO. I'ih.nk KliWH-l V M. M. W. A. Meets every Tuesday nlulit lit f '(' lnMe--Anlnchllull. I. I: Mr Knu.iit i r i o o r Meets every Welnes.lu niwht Iti MeAoiueh Hull Vlsitluif lirutlieis intltoi! W s Miiitor V i. W. CHILDS. Dray, Transfer and Ba.gga.gc. Any Kind of Hauling Anywhere. Prices Right. Phono 7a. 30-tf a ii. conn. chas. r. iii.ack. COBB & BLACK, Attorneys nnd Counselors atLaw. LAWTON. - COvl - OKLAHOMA. Dr. W. Y. Winton, PlIYKICIA AND SuitOKOM. Office Koomd, 7'6, Morgan Bl'dg, South of Court House Square. Office 'Phone No. Bfl, Residence 'Phone No. DO, E.W. KING, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Notary Public, Caddo county. Corat mlsslonor of Deeds for tho State of Texas nnd Now York. Anuria' kq. Oklahoma -TWWWf QKOiqi p. CAMrUKLL. Physician and Surgeon. Ofllco over lstNuttonnl I3ank Phono 103 Herbert D. Crosb...

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. — 8 April 1902

ANADARKO DAILY VOL,. 1. ANADARKO, C.VIHK) CO., OKJ..A., APUII. H. HH)2. u o. i-a : L. Remember the Commercial Club Meeting To Night at the W. C. T. V. Reading Room. Don't Forget. r J t v OLD ADMINISTRATION Steps Down and Out and the New Officers are Installed. HARMONY PREVAILED. The Old Councils Timo was Taken up Allowing Bill Amounting to $1,220, Leaving. a Balanco $400 in the Treasury- When .Mayor Edwards took the oath of ofiice which was adminis " tercd by W. W. Price, one of the best city clerks this town will ever have, he was congratulated and called upon for a speech, but it was late and he declined and immediate ly proceeded to business. The new city clerk Mr. Hamilton was sworn in and after him the council. Mr. Beal was elected president of the council and Dr. Oyler was elected to fill the vacancy in the 1st ward. Mr. Elston will hold over as his ' term will not expire until his suc cessor is elected and qualified. Anadarko should be proud of its first set of officers as ov...

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. — 8 April 1902

Anadarko Democrat rnr.sTON r. niiaw. ANADARKO, OKLAHOMA. TERRITORIAL NOTES. The nook Islnnd intends building a depot nt Kl n'iio. Ovor 2(10 delegates uttendod llio grand .'odgc of Mnscns liold ut Gutlirio Tho wnterwoiks proposition, at Toil Vawn, ennied by it vote of 17-1 to 8 agnlust. Tlii Knchcn Indians contemplate tlio establishment of nn industrial school nt Hristow. H. O. Dunn & Co., mercantile, ngcnts linvo established ii bruiicli office nt Ok lnhonm City. It is loportcd tlmt tlio Oklahoma City & Western riiilroiul Ihih 1cen purchased by tlio Frisco. Ardmoro's new ico plunt will bo com plotod in sixty days nnd will lmvo n onpncity of t!0 toiiH jh.t day. Tlio Alton-Dnwson Mercantile comp any of Oklahoma City lmvo increased their capital stock to $200,000. Oklahoma now ban 250 prisoners in tlio Kansas penitentiary which cost tlio territory for keep $8,!t25.:)5 a quarter. T. C. Brickcl, of Chandler, him pur cIiiihciI '(00 head of Angora goats and will start ngont ranch in...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
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