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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 8 April 1902

i I ttALMAGK'S SEllALOlS. NEOESSITY OF BRINGING RELIGION INTO THE EVERY DAY WORLD. "Wlmimatrr Ye Do, IJo It to the Olory of Uoil" A Mum Cnnnot Jl Chris- tlan on Stiliilny Hiid n Worldling All tlian Itest ot llin Week. (Copyright, 1902, Louis Klopsch, N. T.) Washington, Fob. 16. In this dis burse Dr. Talmage advises us to do ur best in tlio spheres where we are Jlaceil and .not wait, to servo God in 'esoundlng position; text, I Corlnthl tns x, 31, "Whether, therefore, ye eat ir drink, or whatsoever yo do, do all to he glory of God." When the apostle In this text sots orth the idea that so common an nc ion as the taking of food and drink is o bo conducted to the glory of God, Jtc iroclalms the importance of religion a the ordinary affairs of our lite. In dl ages of the world there has been a endency to set apart certain days, daces. nud occasions for worship, and o think those were the chief realms a which religion was to act. Now, loly days and holy places have their mportance. They ...

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. — 8 April 1902

THE ANADAWD DEMOCRAT SHAT Jc DLXN.CEMSHIP, Publijims. PRE3TON P. SHAW. - Editor. U. D. BLANKEN3HIP. Mananor. SOIHCIUI'TIOM 11ATKS DAILY. Ona yo r In advance - - -00 Six months luartvanco - - 2.00 Tliroo mouths In inlvunco - l-00 WKBCI.Y-.MJIIl.WIKD EVSttY TIIUUS- UAY" si r One Year l,"w Blx Months Throe Months ' Advertising rate mailo known on application. Application mailo for transmission throujjh tho malli at tho posto!llco at Anilarko, Oklahoma, as second-class mall mattor. AnaI)auko,Oki.a., Amu. 8. 1U02. This democrats of MoICinley township 'will hold their prinnry tomorrow to elect delegates to the County 0 invention Inro Saturday. Thoy f.iilol to ru.nl the cill pul1iali od in tho Djnioor.it in time to hold their convention last Saturday. Oandidato for Oougross. .!. II. M.ixoy of Shawnee, is in the city forming tho aouuaintcnce of the Htauncli Caddo County Demo crats, lie is a gentlemen of com manding appearance, a lluent and polished talker and one of those genial jovial soci...

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. — 8 April 1902

I LOCAL NEWS. Mr. J. T Moore held the lucky number at the drawing contest last ttight at the post ollice, that secured the Kne bed room set of V. A. Mc Jvcnnon. Did you ever stop to think that .not one case is on record of an ar rest on the charge o) murder in this city and not one lady has been in-. .6ulted on our streets and yet wo aac a border town. A new two story frame is going nip on 0 street, the lirst door weU of Minniche grocery. We are credit ably informed that 0 street will have three tine brick buildings in the next 00 days. We belive strong in C street. Judge W.I.Matheny, J.C.Carroll, E .B. Widman, V. V. Hardcastle, Berry Kandolpth, L'.P.Shaw and -others spent yesterday afternoon fishing, about four miles up the river. They caught several of the fiimr film. It was intended to - j - commemorate their trip up Salt creek. "Rev. Tabor of Ft. Cobb, will 1rcaeh at the Christian church Thursday night. Every member of the church is urgently requested to ,be present as business ...

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. — 8 April 1902

, Jt,- M ! I" I TURNED DOWN It Was a Captain's Victory, Says tho Prosiriont In tho Schley Matter. COUNTY FUNDS WERE SHORT. CREDIT OF VICTORY COES TO SAMPSON AI1kmI Miminiii j nf llm I'ii'mIiIi'iiI' l- Moil, SiiinpHH IMitiihril nnit IIomj tlm IIi-iiihIIiIIII) nf III lIlimittnilHMit, iinlloll'IM llf'lllMril In llil l.'ndeil. fiuowio: .A WimliiiiKlon uncial to tlm KtTonl-IIornhl hays: "It wiik it riiptnili'H tmttlo mid tho oroillt for tho victory (lint IioIoiikx to Ailiniral Sniiip won, vt ho nlaiiniMl mill born tho ithiioh stbility of tlm ciigiigomriit, nnd noxt to Admiral Schley mul otbor ofllcors of licet, who IihiiiUpiI tho nhH ami tho Ituiih. Admiral Sniuisoti wns not pros ont ut tho battle, but no other olllcor UHMiiuod comtmmd or ilirootcd tho Amoncan l'orrvs, boyond iiiniiouvpriug tho ships) oil which ho stood, and thero foro tho credit liutHt Ihj npiHirtioiii'il ac cording to tho rank and tho reniionsibil tty of tho offlrern oiigiiKCil. Cominodoro Scliloy'd port in tho tmttlo ...

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. — 8 April 1902

A i Georgia has only twenty oonnties In .hicli saloons aro pel nil t ted and Hi lonntioa In which the sale of liquor is prohibited. PUTNAM FADELESS DYES do not pot, streak or give your goods an un evenly dyed appearance. Bold by drug gists, 10c per package. At tho battle of Snntiago Schloy was a commodore, Sampson h captain. Tne latter hnd tho temporary rank of rear-admiral. DKFIANCE STAItCn should be In eve-v household, none no rood, besides 4 oz. more for 10 cents than any other brand of cold water starch. Ho They seem very much nttnohed lo each other. She Oh, yesl She thinks she is the only girl ho ever taught to (kato. Brooklyn, N. T., Feb. 17th Tin activity at the laboratory of the Oardel.I Tea Co. In further evidence of the popularity it their preparat ns; over THUEE MIL LION FAMILlrfB used the Garfield Hem- eaies last year! This vast public ap proval speaks well for the remedies. They are: Garfield Tea. Gitrlleld Headache Powder, Gurfleld-Tea Syrup, Garfield Ilellef Planters....

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 8 April 1902

if . ll n 1 Vkr -v ' SECRET SOCIETIES. W. GUILDS. Dray, Transfer and Baggage. Any Kind of Hauling Anywlieie. Prices Wight. Phone "?.'. i-tf A. r. & A. M. MrcM llrtt mid ThM 'rtl8Mlbyn)f nnoliiminth -nMnnmilo Hull, outlier Sixth and I) Htrouls VlKltlnir lirntliren uiirdlnllr Invltcvl I'lUKK PAMMII.I.. w. it. M. W. A McctH every Tuemlny liluhl at 7.10 InMe--Anlnuhllall. I. R, MrKmoirr, r, p. IOOI'. MrutH r'very WrilnuMlity nlirhl In McAnluuli llnll "IbIIIiik hruthent Invited W S Mi ilhr N J a. if. conn. ciias. c. nr.At K. COBB & BLACK, mmmmmmmm " y fm A 1 PES I EELIN m Attorneys nnd Counselors tit Law. LAWTON. - 66yl - OKLAHOMA. I Ro THE SCENIC KOUTE Its rolls penetrate the fertile States ct MISSOURI, ARKANSAS, KANSAS, OKLAMOHA, INDIAN TERRITORY, TEXAS and the SOUTHWEST, TENNESSEE, MISSISSIPPI, ALABAMA and the SOUTHEAST It reacl.es the rich farming lands of Kansas ud Oklahoma, the mineral field o! Southern Xlssotirl anil Northern Arkansas, the cotton .fields of the South and S...

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. — 9 April 1902

ANAIlAMiCo DAILY JCLILP lLMKbM Ly KILE, Md K 1 i: VOL. 1. ANAOARKO. ('AI)IX) CO., OKI,A., APK11, !, 10OL NO. 170. ' ST MOD Ol OUTLOOK Henderson's Opposition is Withdrawn, PROSPKT BRIGHTER Haa Boon. Actuated by Politics but Promises Aid'in Future- Speaker Henderson 5aai with drawn his opposition to the con sideration of the bill granting State hood to Oklahoma, New Mexico and Arizona. His capitulation came after a lively session with Chairman Knox of the Committee on Territories and Delegates Flynn, Rodyand Smith. The speaker, when the Delegates a'sked for a day for the consider ation, stated that he had opposed it and held a conference with the lead ers of the House early in the sess ion at which it had been agreed that there should ho no Statehood legis lation at this session. He believed, he said that the Territories, if ad mitted would be Democratic and that his opposition had been based upon political reasons. Delegate Itody protected against that action. He said it was unfair f...

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. — 9 April 1902

-iMAa;SrrsUl;tw. rT-i tny! M' Ft- , IH m fl y? Genftirie Rag-time. Ixlrlccmuaw Traveler -E- Yo is ma Mciqty ma .Lulu my iy Raotime 2000 J3-C ''Cull It wlmt you will, and 'rag time' is iib Rood as itny other nolac," bayH Tlioin.'iH Preston Urooko. "This 'lagtimc' existed centuries hcfore our liui", mill It will go on for centuries to vomo iiftor we hae been forgotten." "Kagllme," Its origin, Us stntus, Its meiits and ilemerits, and Its chances for perpetuation have boon woirying musicians with Ioiir hair and the pub He ImviuR long purses ever since a popular song writer a tew years ngo claimed to have "Invented" Its rhythm. At Denver last June the American Federation of Musicians at Its annual convention passed a resolution con demning ragtime and lecoininending that Its members cease playing it. in like measure the Dancing Teachers' as sociation of America and the National Musk Teachers' association aio de clared ngalntit It and pledged to ills courage tho use of ragtime In every wa...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 9 April 1902

Bcxzszle Society- "SilverQieon of Utah " 'Plixtis SocieJ Cam paign in Wa-shirvftprv. '. .. Thomas F. Wals)i, the oWHer of the - Camp Blrd-mlne'Iri (Jolorndrrntul fu tinous aft'Hhi), moat 'munificent enter tainer In the .world, has a fight on 'Ill's 'hands that promised -t6'kcep him ex- ceedlngly bifsyduririK 'the next few y.enr ' Hla supremacy as an. enter' tlainer 13 uemg. disputed y a woman Jwho has quite as" much wealth at her Idlsposal as he and' who Is'qulto lavish In her use of It. This woman Is none other than Mrs. Emery-Holmes, known everywhere as "the silver queen of dtab" because her wealth comes from the silver mines of that state, which are the richest In the world. A resident of Salt Lake City, Mr3. Emcrr-Holmes has not yet made her debut .In Washington society, but Is r red 1 ted with tho Intention of doing so at an early date and to outshine so cially any cf tho personages known there for many years. Both the rivals families have mil lions to the extent of twenty or t...

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. — 9 April 1902

THE ANADARKO DEMOCRAT SHW& BNtCt2SHP, Publishers. PRE3TON P SHAW, L. D. ULANKENSHIP, . - Editor. ManaKor. SUIISOIIIl'TION UATKH IAIIY. Ono yeir In advance - - $1.00 Six months lu advance - 2.00 Three montliH In advance tl.00 WKBKfiY l'UIU.NIIKI) EVKHY TIIUIIS- DAY. One Year 1.00 Six Months GO Tliroe Months 25 Advertising rates made known on application. Application made for transmission through tho malls at the H)stolllco at Anadarko, Oklahoma, as second-class mall matter. Anadauko.Oki.a., Ai-kii. U, 1902. Somo Good Land Information- Tho following ooimnunieotlon was l ii nlshcd us by Col. Katidlett tills morning mid we take oleasuro In pub lishing It for I lit) information of the i ill 1U. I'l I'MITMKNT OF" THK INTllIUOIl, Office of Indian Allulrs. Washington, January .'SO, 1110. 'J o rutted States Indian Agents, and Superintendents oj School: la iev of tho misapprehension pre- ai'mg at some Indian Agencies and - liiinN, nml aloo among the public . in rally, as to tho effect of ...

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. — 9 April 1902

I LOCAL NEWS. 'if P. P. Shaw vaunt Ilobart Inst night. J. J. Keller of St Louis a at the Florence. IV. F. Wood of koclMo is reg istered at the Florence. Phrenologist and Palmist. Wind sor Hotel. 179MJ V. V. Hardcastle went to Ilobart last evening. Jce cream soda. Its extra fine at Pioneer Drug Stora. 170t8 The best coal in town at City Steam Laundry. Phone 04. 170U2 D. Turner has just received an other 'carload of furniture. Call and sec the new goods. 174tf Jlrs. Bert Dixon went to Chick aslia last night to visit with her mother Mrs. Mo Gee. The Ladies Aid Society of the Christian Church met at Mrs. Jun ius Oldham's this evening. VIENNA BAKERY for bread, cakes and Pies, candies fruits and ice cold drinks. Cor. 0 & C. 170tf M. V. Ward won the prize at the shooting contest yesterday, lie shot IS buds out of 25. Pretty good shooting. J. F. Mays of the Kansas City world, W. II. Long of Oklahoma City and George F. Mcnafce arc .guests of the Windsor. Wc have just received two car loa...

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. — 9 April 1902

Expert Not BK?& Worried Over Mere Trifles TtfwnranKnscnnaHBUaKJdtf: If tlicio Is iiny mnn In the world that could trunslorm himself Into nn clll c lent Imiglnr It Ih the expert on com binations nil in tho olllce of the Rate t runt. This mini known more, about locks and vaults than all the bank robbers In the country. He can opon a safe in lloston by telephone In live ', minutes, ordinarily. If a bank In Phil adelphia loses Its combination there is a tumultuous rinsing of 'phono bolls t In tho trust's olllce, niul the boy at tho switchboard shouts wildly for the ox ; I11" t. "Woll, what Is It?" the oponcr of N vaults shouts Into the nio'ithplece, IiIb ' tone showing that h- ir accustomed to ' well culls, "This is tho lunik. The presi dent's gone home and tho cashier's nick. I'm Mr. . (ilvo tno tho fig ures, please." Tho opener satlBiles himself that the light man Is on tho other end. Thou ho looks up Ills' iccoids, If he (Iocb not happen to. remember the figures want - !. It is 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. — 9 April 1902

WORK OF INVENTORS. Latest Discoveries of Importance in the World of Science. Sensational claims have been mndo .u tho EngllBh press In the paat few lays In respect to an Invention of a new valve mechanism which has been ttrlotl on the Great Northern railway. It is asserted It will reduce coal con sumption 40 per cent, and that the locomotlvo thus filled at HO poundB of steam will do. more work than an or Ilnary one with 210 pounds. Th? president of the road told stockholders yesterday that Its Importance was probably exaggerated. It may be said In this connection that another invention which 1b really "poch making, was recently perfected, ind will be soon announced. It has lieon tested by tlio highest authorities, who affirm it will revolutionize tlio motive power of tho world. It cannot yet be described, but It comes from Germany. A New Steel Tropin. Thomas A. Edison, Jr., has made some brilliant Inventions of his own the latest' of 'which promises to be ono f the most important of...

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. — 9 April 1902

V kss mmmmmmmmmmm the Scenic Route W. CHILDS. Dray, Transfer and Ba.jjfja.gc. Any Kind of Hauling Anywhere. Prices IJiyht. Phone -JL. 10-tf m t Its rail penetrate the fcrllL btates of MISSOURI, ARKANSAS, KANSAS, OKLAHOHA, INDIAN TERRITORY, TEXAS and the SOUTHWEST, TENNESSEE, MISSISSIPPI, ALABAMA and the SOUTHEAST II rencl.es tlie rich f.irinlutr lniuls of Kansas nj Oklahoma, the mlucrat fiiUs of Southern Missouri mid Northern Arkansas, the cotton ficMsof the boulh niul Southwest, the oil fields of Kansas and the Indian Territory, and hun dreds of other industrial places of Interest and profit to the home-seeker and Investor. And last, hut not least. It will carry you to the famed health resorts of the Oiarks, Eureka Springs AND t Monte Ne TIME OF TRAINS AT Leave Oklahoma Uty 0:10 p, m. " OklahomaC'ity I'M n. m. Arrlvo at Oklahoma UliTt it. m. " Oklahoma IS:2." p. m. Leave Wiehl'a, Kits 1:'M p. in. " Wichita, Ku-t 1: lfl p. in. AirHeat Wichita 0:25 a, in. Wioliitu :1:10 p.m. Throunh ...

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. — 10 April 1902

& VOT,. lT""g ANAl)AXUvO,.CAniX) CO., OICL.A., APIUMO, 15)02. r -Mr" " ' ' ' ' " ANADiUllvCCADDO CO., OKL.A., AP1U I , lO, lil()2. h NO. LHO. TO KILL, in General Smith Ordered Massacre." iA VAST WILDERNESS - Is What He Proposed to Make the Philippine Island of Samar- Major Littleton W. T. Waller, o the marine corps at todays session ol tho court martial by which he is being tried on tho chargo of cxcout- Iing natives 01 oamar without a iriai testified in rebutal of tho evidence rviimil HAntnihlllH I . finMniMl Tnnnli iivuii uait'iuij uj vjuuuitii oiiuuu II. Smith who commanded the American troops in tho island of Samar. The major said General Smith nstuctcd him to kill and to burn; laid that tho more ho killed and jurncd tho better satisfied he would e; that it was no time to take pris oners and that he was to make Sam ir a howlitng wilderness. Major Waller asked General Smith to dc inc the ago limit for killing and he eplied, "every thing over ten." I'ne major repeated this ord...

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. — 10 April 1902

f I For the Quiet Hour. Rcldois Thought and Seniiment That Should Interest All. I.lvliifC nnd (living. ' lien ' iiotliliu; o eary hi lltlng. When Mc'ie learned tilt wiiy to live And nothing o puny nil kIvIiik, When tliu burnt In willing to kIvo. Anil .ur Inml Isn't haul tci Itesr, If wc follow Hi" IlKlil within, 1'or the Hod Id everywhere, And theie l no miuow and Kin. We have loin to h'lve If we'll ijlvn It, And no mutter how oor we nocni, iiTIim (hniiel of Tiiith, IT w llvo It, Will drive uwsiy poverty's drcuin. Tin- way to receiving 1 giving, Howi-ver ho little It he; And love I the keynote of living. The lov Unit make every one free. Srlrllon Oor Tweiitlelh Ontnrjr liincl. There In u little friction between the ;mlsBlonnry society of the Methodist ,( 'hut eh North and the twentieth con jtury fund rcininilHHlon. Those, who are 'not meniheis of both organizations af ilirm and deny, nB the ease Is, the inter ference with tho mlsslonory offerings Ho the oxtent of $100,000, by the co...

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. — 10 April 1902

McGovern's defeat of Sullivan ac complished one tiling that the fight "fans" like, it brought back "Young" Corbett's lighting spirit and he has signed with Terry for another bout, taking the champion's privilege of naming the date and setting It more than seven months away. The men who did not patronize the McOoverii-Sulllvaii light because they had a hunch that It would 'be a short affair made a poor guess. McGovern's position as the strong favorlto un doubtedly kept hundreds from being at the ringside. Those who stayed awny are sorry. Regardless of the confusion In con nection with the decision, It is admit ted by practically every man who saw the light that Terry had Sullivan de risively defeated. It was a great sur prise to many followers of the game that Sullivan lasted fifteen rounds. It started talk that McGovern had gone back. Some said the- Brooklyn terror could not hit as ho did before "Young" Corbett knocked him senseless last No vember. The reports of the fight said that...

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. — 10 April 1902

TilE ANAOARXO D1I0CR4T IWic B-CeHiP, Publishers. pnssroN p. sm.v, L. D. DLANKEN3HIP, . - Editor. Mnnaur, SUIISOUIITIOM HATI.S DAILY. On3 yo'V In mlviinco 41.00 SI v months In advance - $2.00 Three months In ndvanco $1.00 WI'.KlCf.Y I'Ullt.Hiir.I) KVKUY THUItS DAY. One Year 1.00 Six Months CO Throu Months 25 Advertising rates inado known on application. Application madu for transmission through tlio nulls at tlio postoilloo at Amdurlco, Oklahoma, as second-class in ill mattor. Akad'vuko, Oki.a., Ai'itn. 10, UI02. IMPUHE FLAVORS FOR SODA. Niiirly All Ihn Nyrn Umil !iy DriiB kIiIm Ant AlulttoitMl. "iho uso of a uU in rd nnd harmful flavoring syrnpB Tit t'io soda touutnlp-j ii by no nieang rs uncommon as ir.mv l-eople suppose. Aii.tlyulb Iihb Siiown that even the choapott of theso nro often far f'om wh 1somo. Most peo plo who have hern tnliRht to ask for lumon or vanilla (Iuvo.iiik for the al leged 10.: son that those sirups were lew llablo than oth rs to a'u'to-ntlon will ho sirpr'Bi'd...

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. — 10 April 1902

1??fr?H &&& LOCAL NEWS. 0 The K. C. S.iloon has quit busi- HC8H. Win Coleman saj s the hail ruined his garden and he had a good one. Phrenologist and Palmist. Wind sor Hotel. 170t0 lee cream soda. Its extra fine at Pioneer DrugStore. 175t8 The best coal in town at City Steam Laundry. Phono 04. 170112 J. T. Mooro has bought the real estate and insurance business of Tom Smith. Itev. Kay of Chickasha who is attending. M E Conference will re turn home today. Austino & Segrist aro moving several doors south of thoir piesent location on 5th St. D. Tinner has just received v i othur onload of furniture. Call and sec the now goods. 17 Hf Miss Cieighton Uiown returned from Mexico, Mo., wheio bhe has been attending Harding College. Quanah Parker the richest Ind ian in thu new country was trans acting business here yesterday. VIENNA 15AKE11Y forbvad, cakes and Pics, candies fruits and ico cold drinks. Cor. 0 & C. 170tf The Democrat has nr picture of the K. P. boys that was ...

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. — 10 April 1902

O,'vvvvvvvvv''vvvvvvi.vvv,iavxvv'vv'wwwwvvo S nn v The Last Banderilla. My UAHKIULH (1AR0PFI. (I itjiyrni'iliii, !) l, 1) illy siry ViMihmj Co ) My neighbor, Solednd Jlmoncz, an Andaluclun with black hair and flash ing eyes, Is tho beauty or tho street. Her husband, Jo.ifl, servos tinder tho ordors of tho first Hwordsinnn of tho Plaza do Madrid, nnd this afternoon 'there la n bull flRhl. Josfi arrived yes terday from Malaga; he la nn honest fellow, modest and sympathetic, who thinks n great deal of his wife nnd of the two pretty children who add such happluci to his humble home. If ho tries very hard and undergoes many jiaidsMp nnd takes ninny risks with tho bull. It la In order to bring n little comfort nnd warmth to Hint nest of lovo that Just now In tho winter Is very cold; pot haps It Is because of tho fatigues that ho endures that he Is known among his comrades by the 'alias of "Senor Fatlgns." Soledad went to tho station very early this morning and when, Just nfter daylight, I...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
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