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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 10 April 1902

FJ1ESII WATER SlIAEK ferocity of the muskallonge wlll illustrated. t iTatTi Capable of Crushing Metal or Severing a Man' Hand Unbailed Hook Mezed liy a tllant l'Uh lu Mind Itage The Iletult. They have on exhibition at Flfiold, Vis., a No. 0 Skinner trolling spoon ns an illustration of ono of the many trlrl;s of the muskallonge. It be longed to Byron L. Veatch of Chicago, a frequenter of the Flambeau waters In season. It is of the usual heavy metal, gild ed upon one side and silver on tlio otner. It was hurt during the lulling reason which closed In October. This spoon was struck by a "musky" In the waters of Mason Lake, width is connected with the Flambeau, thence with the Chippewa and thence with the Mississippi. It was struck In anger. It was unbalted at the time and the fish knew that It was un Valted. He nosed It once or twice as It was trolled past his lurking place at the roots of the lily-pads ten feet down. A guide was pulling the heavy boat and the fish was tired of being d...

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. — 10 April 1902

me Scenic Route EETKRffl Iti rails penetrate tlie fertile States o( MISSOURI, ARKANSAS, KANSAS, OKLAHOHA, JNDIAN TERRITORY, TEXAS and the SOUTHWEST, TENNESSEE, MISSISSIPPI, ALABAMA and the SOUTHEAST Itrencliea the rich farming lnmlaot Kansas COnil Oklahoma, the mlucinl flcbls of Southern tMloiirl mul Northern ArWnnsns, the cotton fields of the South nml Southwest, the oil fields .-nf Kansas anil the Iiullnll Territory, anil hun tlrols of other Industrial places of Interest anil profit to the home-seeker ami Investor. And Jait, hut not least, It will carry you to the famed Smith resorts of the Ozarks, Eureka Springs AND t Monte Ne TIME OF TRAINS AT LeavoOklul miiiii City 0:10 p. m. " Oklulion nClty l.-fiO 11. m. Arrh o ut Oklul oimi l:f," n. m. " Oklnliomii 0:2.ri p. m. Lionvo Wichita, Kus 1:30 p. in. " Wichita, Kus 1:15 p.m. Arrio at Wichita (iii'ui. m. " Wiel itu .1:10 p. m- Through Parlor Coaches, Hccllnlng Cliaii I a in anil 1'ullinan I'alnco Sloop- cin between Oklahoma City, Kan...

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. — 11 April 1902

ANADARKO DAILY DEMOCRAT ki: VOI -.. 1. ANVDARKC), CADDO CO., OKI.A., Al'Kll.ll, 1002. NO. 181. t WASHIHCTON LETTER The Secretary Gives His Decision ON MIXED BLOODS. Lays Down the Law to thoso Who auk for Information Washington, D. C, April 3, 1002. George E. Wright, Esq. Anadarko, O. T. Sir: Tho olllce is in receipt of your letter, dated March 27, 1002. stating that thero seemed to bo a great mis understanding amongst lawyers and peoplo in general in regard to tho rights of half or mixed blood Indians to hold allotments "jn tho new coun try" (at Anadarko;) and that teero is also a question as to tho rights of Mexicans who havobecn allotted lands You stato that scores of people, in cluding yoursolf, aro contesting tho allotments of mixed bloods and Mexi cans, and you request to bo informed whether or not such mixed blootls aro legally alloted. You add that you have read the law in regard to the matter but that the same does not make it clear, to you; also that tho lawyers express opi...

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. — 11 April 1902

PAvST AKl) I'KBSIJNT Shut ho! for tin- day of old, When Die rubbers bold mid fico 111 llio forest deep did lnll keep Under Uii' KrcciiHuuil trie. Tlioy cared not for Imv or rule; illfiht wns (ho law tlipy know; Ami robbed at will u'er dnlo and Mil. And np.tml when they plonnwl, or slow. Nor msde they n bpmIoiis plcn J'or tliu luslry trade tlicy pllwlj Hut free mid hold In quot of Hold They robbing lived, iuhI Ulwl, And think not, tho' tlitiPH luive clmnged, Thai no highwaymen liavo wn: They're Willi ill still, and work their will, lltll they move In "nocloty." Nat n paltry puree they snatch; They lire bolder now by far; li oin tho people's feet tliey ileal R itrent. And ilile In a police ear. If yon walls, or ride, or My, Votir tribute In full niut pnv: l'or what yin need they'll irmke you rob In n modern way. If robber you Oared them name They'd give yon a acomftil Blanco, And let you know, with a banality bow, They were "inmtem of fliiniue." Then hot for the thieve of old. Who pol...

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. — 11 April 1902

C: n w 1 H ' r' ' I AIDS C I I HUMAN R&CE " i i ii i hi ii urn rrrntmmniraTiwTTTrTnn rrHTT YELLOW FEVER HAS AT LAST BEEN OVERCOME. S CIIAItCOAL Bl-RNEKS. SUBSTITUTES RENDERING THE BUSI NESS A LOST ART. A discovery which will, It Is believed, result In tlio overcoming ot a most virulent dlscaso has been made by a noted Brazilian physician and special ist. Dr. Fellppo Caldas, who Is now In this country. Dr. Caldas Is here awaiting the appointment of an Amor lean commission to supervise experi ments on yellow over victims In Cuba and It Is expected he will' go to the fsland within a few weeks. .Dr. Caldas has practiced medicine 30 years and for a greater portion of the time has made, a ptudy of yollow fevqr. In Mexico and Brazil, he made exten sive researches and linully discovered what he is confident will prove to be a great boon to humanity. In 1S97, he discovered a serum which produced ex traordinary results In cases of yellow fever and several years later perfected a vacclno b...

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. — 11 April 1902

ME ANADARKO DEMOCRAT SHW & BLAN.BN3HIP, Publiihtrs. PRESTON P. SHAW, - - - Editor. L. D. BLANKEN3HIP, Manatfor. .SUIISCIlll'TIO.V ItATKS DAILY. 'One yoir In tulviincu - - $1.00 . Six months in lulvunco $2.)'J ' Throo months In udvanco $1.(10 VSVKIJKLY I'UIII.HIIKU EVBIIY THUHS DAY. OneYcar $1.00 'Six Months CO 'Threo Months 25 Advertising rates inado known on rapplleatlon. Application inado (or transmission "through thu mails at tho postolllco at Aniilarko, Oklahoma, as second-class rumll matter. Anadakko, Oici.a., Arisn. 11, 11)02. Colonel .Junu'H II. laxey, of Shawnee, will ho in the city next Saturday, April l'Jtli, at m liich time he will addrens thu County Demo crntiu Convention. lie will nlno rtry and show tlieni that he is tho right man to nominate for Congress. Mr. 3Iaxey in a man that the Popu list and Democrats could heartily support, and liu would easily defeat Dennis '1'. Flynii or any other man whom the Republicans might nomi nate. .Mr. Alavey is a native of Tenness...

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. — 11 April 1902

LOCAL NEWS. ShurilT Thompson went to lJridgc yort this morning. Phrenologist and lilmint. Wind sor Hotel. 170W Leach the coal man went to Wic hita Kansas this morning. Too cream soda. Its extra fine at Pioneer Drug Store. 175t8 fj. W. Marshal the K. C. Star man wont to Chickasha today. The best coal in town at City Steam Laundry. Phono 04. lVOtl'J If you want desirable residence property at reduced rates sec the Uecco Agency at once. Luscious, delightful, refreshing icecream soda, and soda water. Pioneer Drug Store. 175t8 llavo you scon Leach tfcPcaooG. They handle coal, -feed, Hour and r.iin. -o Citizens arc asking for a drug store on C htrect. Sec the Recce Agcney-for a choice location. D. Turner has just received an other carload of furniture. Call and sec the now goods. 174tf VIENNA BAKERY for bread, cakes and Pics, candies fruits and jco cold drinks. Cor. O&C. lVOtf IV. S. Robinson spent yesterday In Apache. He says Apaohc is a good town and will continue to jrow. ".For Bal...

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. — 11 April 1902

atSGBZtf'l&IX&SCTCZ&StXUISiZHZJDSl mnwtaimi un jh--i-.j l"..-lnn. TiTT? 73 i Prance Faces T.rur.r At Montceati, n mining town ln the render or Kruno1, S.000 '.miners wokj, rtivljlpd Into two rumps tho.-ie who minU'il to woik, mill llioo wlio want id to, pi event thfin.wrltogu Paris curie ipondcnt. For some Mini) their only weapons luul been sticks nnd hIoiiph. Then (i Pari paper of thp Rod Social ly propaganda uITc-cil a novel premi um to ItH leaders nnil illRtrlhntisrH; for veiy llfteen copies of the paper bought, plus eight frillies cash, It of fered a rumoilnleil (ra or Ohaiwepot rllle The striking miner of Montceau saw In these rllles a now meaiiH to peisundc their weaker hretliren. They begun to hontl for them In quantity The working minors Instead of being Intimidated by these preparations, be gan ordering lilies for themselves fiom tho name accommodating Soelall.ule liajier. Theie wiih any ipiantlty of these rifles In I'.irls. old Clras and Ohnssepot It M of at Co...

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. — 11 April 1902

Splendid V& of the $ IllEMAllKAHLE WOMAN & whose mnrn was a stkange COINCIDENT. in. Famous Grand Gorge of ; ;:C'-MS3v' " w x;.:se: .. :wT W T . s -.: OS i - T K ?iT ' .- ..' . .. J - I. V 2 " " " i'-- .. ' "j. .' J1 fliiPfc Some of tho most urcndly improsslvo scenery In the world is found In Arizona, and Colorado. J, Hall of Chicago, is considered the finest ever taken of the riven mountains which abound in this QUAINT SAYINGS OF A JUDGE. Gome Philosophical Comment Matte by a HrltMi JnrWt. Judgo Bacon, who presides In tho London (England) county court, la one ojt the wits of the English Judiciary. He has to ileal with all races and all classes, .and has become famous for terse decisions and quaint Hayings. Here are sbme of the utterances that he recently delivered from the bench: On the veracity of woman "Women tell stories so much more easily than men." Concerning Interpreters "People who translate a language they do ,not understand Into one they know less." When tho eviden...

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. — 11 April 1902

jhe Scenic Route Jtt tills penetrate the fertile Statu of MISSOURI, ARKANSAS, KANSAS, OKLAHOHA, INDIAN TERRITORY, TEXAS and the SOUTHWEST, TENNESSEE, MISSISSIPPI, ALABAMA and the SOUTHEAST Itreocl.ea the rich farmlufr lands of Kansas -And Oklahoma, the mineral ficMs of Southern "Mloiirl and Northern Arkansas, the cotton '.field of the South and Southwest, the oil fields tA Kansas and the Indian Territory, and liun- dretfs of other Industrial places of Interest and yroCt to the home-seeker and Investor, And ll.t, hut nut least, it will carry you to the famed ltcalth resorts of the Ozarks, Eureka Springs AND ; Monte Ne TIME OF TI1AIN8 AT Iioavo Okliiliomii Lity (1:10 p. m. " OkhihomaClty I:fi0 u. m. Arrive ut Oklahoma 1:55 a. in. " Okliiliomii 0:25 p. m. Z.cavo "Wichita, Kits l::i() p. in. " Wichita, Kits 1:15 p. m. Arrlvo ut Wichita l:i!5 u. m. " Wichita 3:10 p. in- Through Parlor Coitchoq. Iteclining Chair Ciwi ami Pullman Piilncu Sleep-A-'rs between Okliihonia City, Kanvis City ami...

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. — 12 April 1902

ANADARKO DAILY DEMOCRAT VOL. 1. ANADARKO, CADIX) CO., OKLA., APRIL 12, 1002. e1& NO. 18 ! I COUNTY OFFICIALS CORRUPTION Probate Judges who Col lect Illegal Fees in New Counties ! DIVIDE THE SPOILS. Territorials Officials Gets a Out out of the Money and Allow them to Escape Prosecution' ' The Oklakoman has secured rclia- j ble inforination that the governor and attorney-general of Oklahoma territory have been anil now are into a ileal with the probate judges of the counties in the Kiowa-Comanche country, whereby they dropped the ' investigation of official corruption ' against the probate judges by agree i ing upon a division of the profits ; made from illegal fees in the sale of i town lots. Last snnimcr the charge was made that the probate judges of the new counties were demanding and receiv ing an illegal fee of S2.G0 per lot, which was not provided by law, for Bcrviscs which the law contemplated should bo given free of charge. At that time, it will be remembered, an investiga...

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. — 12 April 1902

Annriarlu) Daily Democrat $4 " - THE WOHAN'S CORNER. HUSSARS OF DEATH UYPAULOVEKT. f rmssioN r. hit aw. Specially Selected Notes Concerning Fashion and the Home. ANADAKKO, OKLAHOMA. J (CopriiimiT. 1POT, nv IiAir.v SToav rcn Co.) People arc dolefully announcing tlin "passing of negro minstrelsy." 13ut uit wutch the billboard. Omnliii Ikih n golf club for smallpox convalescents. Llttlo need of the sign "Only members allowed on the Units." . Mr. CarncKlo iiilfsltt ease tho Union I'nclflc railway's pedagogical burden by dropping a library Into Wyoming iind Nobrnska. St. Louis Is vastly interested In an operation on n man's heart. He Is now wull on the road to recovery. It was n turglcal operation. A California man bos offered lo sell his wife and four children for ?60. As Tor himself, ho could probably bo hnd for ,i glass of beer. Prosldcnt Hoosevelt can write feel ingly on the subject of deer. He lias boon trailed himself by onico-seekein until ho knows how It feels. Tho city of Pnters...

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. — 12 April 1902

Men of West Voint nuss,AN LVLALACCI0ENTS - I 1,88(1 Hlllcil anil 3, mill Injuietl. Graduates the World Over Gather to nonjjr Tho Russian railways have always liail an evil reputation for tho groat i number ot nccldonts, fatal nml other wise, annually recorded against them. I N all eountilcs whore .the Hag floats. In the United States, In Porto Rico, In the Philippines and ns yet In Cuba, there gathered at the banquet board an the night of March1 lf gray-haired generals and. jouthful s;e- ond-lleulenants. At midnight they lovrently drank a toast to alma mater In honor of whose one hundredth "birth day they assembled. "i . . The, West Point Military Acolgniy. wasvcjne hundred years' 'old 'Sunday, Mafq3rl(f. -fTho;qglcbrntlpn. .mnikfii!y the centennial took placc"tlie day b"?' fore. At the institution on the Hud son There was approplratc recognition" of the day, and as a more marked ob servance of the day there was Inaugur ated a change of system and curricu lum, which will tend to pla...

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. — 12 April 1902

"oKjrS saoffsittVf" THE ANADARKO DEMOCRAT SHAW & BLANKEN3HIP, Publishers. PHE3TON P. SHAW. U. D. BLANKEN3HIP. - Editor. Managor, SUIISCltll'TlON 11ATK3 DAILY. Ono yoir In advunco - - $1.00 Six months In udvunco $2.00 Tlirco montlis In udvunco - $1.00 WKKIC'.Y I'UIIMSIIKII EVKIIY TIIUIIS DAY. One Year $1-00 Six Month CO Tlirco Months 25 Advortlslnu rates mado known ton application. Application mado (or transmission through the mails at tho postolllco at Anndarko, Oklahoma, as second-class mall matter. Akadauko, Oki.a., AlMtll. 12, 1002, llavo you hclmi Leaoh fc PeauoGK. They handle coal, feed, Hour and grain. If Dr. V. V. Korley is moving in tlu new brick building over the Fair. No and Dr. Mitohel have form ed a artuerrilii. Irn. IIarleyLiii7.ee, wife of our liopulai feed store man, uaine in from KlKeno this morning. Her many friends will be glad to hear of her return. If you want to know all of the particulars in the shooting affray yesterday ask Judec Alathuny. He mccii it all ...

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. — 12 April 1902

LOCAL NEWS. Co. Meet mo at Champlin Lumber 182tf The Hock Island ollieials are in town. Rev. Moat went to Fort Cobb yesterday. The gun club bad anotbor shoot last evening. Wm Grimes Secretary of O. T. spent yesterday in town. Phrenologist and Palmist. Wind sor Hotel. 170UJ Leach tho coal man wont to Wic liita Kansas this morning. Ico cream soda. Its extra fine at Pioneer Drugstore. 17518 Tho best coal m town at City Steam Laundry. Phone 04. 170U2 G E Armstrong and Fred Exidinc of Bridgeport arc registered at tjic American. Don't jump in and buy hurridly till you figure with Champlin Lum ber Co. 182tf Rev. L. II. Holt will attend the Baptist Sunday school convention at Guthrio next week. I'll just telegraph my honey to Bend mo some money. Champlins prices are right. 182tf If you want desirable residence property at reduced rates see the Recce Agency at once. Luscious, delightful, refreshing ice cream soda, and soda water. Pioneer Drug Storo. 175t8 llenery S. Johnson of Perry O. T. is...

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. — 12 April 1902

Washington Gossip Admirers of Jipea.kcr Henderson Hak.va cently Sent Him Unique Present, (Special Letter.) PL vKEIt HENDERSON will at the mill or his career ns speaker bo able tn establish a museum wlth.Uio gifts that, liavo (onnt tn lilm trom nil pails of the woild. The X lUll'PlL UUtllllllH hi inn y.ii- lellon, n present (rum his loyal anil ndjulring constituency, Ir a en lie of (iifioiiM woikmnnshlp. Its handle 1b forWit from a ilrcrV'uqtt killed near IluViin Vista,' In the spoituVs district, lofl'g before ho, yiis elected. tp.CongreHB. Tlw sthk was cut 'ft 6m aMogwood tree nt'. Mount Vernon, and Is elaborated 001 veil by hand with three scioHs-Tho Hint bears thu inscription: "I defend the Hag wlththg. aworit. hnd, Justice 'wfth the gifvet" Under t)iir'Wpr lour Masonic emblems and a mliiature of the Capitol. The fecund m roll la niinmented with a ll)tene?g of Daniel Cox, I'io Isional Oiand Master of Now York, Now Jersey and Pennsyl vania In the middle o'f the eighteenth lentury. ...

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. — 12 April 1902

Ell . pictorial Bqmor A nlauco nt tlio l'utare. Trof. Collins, Pennsylvania's sclcn f title agriculturist, some tlmo ago was recommending to a Dorks county farm er a powerful fertilizing manure in which ho was Interested. After some discussion the sagacious farmer de clared that ho had no 'faith In the manure, as tho proposed quantity was too small to he of any use, "My dear sir," said the professor. In science that I should not he surprised if in tho near futuro we carry tho manure for acies df land to the Hold In tho pocket of our coat." "That may ho so," replied tho farm er, "but in that case I'm Inclined to think you would carry hack the crop in tho pocket of jour vest." New York Times, iiu i.i in 1 1. "When men arc as piovoking-ns you are," she said warmly, "it is no won der woman is nt a loss for a woid lo express her feelings." "At a loss for a word," he repeated, musingly. "Ah, that explains it." "Explains what?" 'Explains why, when she has any fefc'ings to express, she uses...

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. — 12 April 1902

ihb Scenic Route Jti rails penetrate the fertile States of MISSOURI, ARKANSAS, KANSAS, OKLAHOHA, INDIAN TERRITORY, TEXAS and the SOUTHWEST, TENNESSEE, MISSISSIPPI, ALABAMA and the SOUTHEAST 11 reacl.es the rich fnrmlup lnmls of Kansas aiuil Oklahoma, the mineral ficVls of Southern 3llisourl and Northern Arkansas, the cotton Ccldiof the South anil Southwest, the oil adds si Kansas and the Indian Territory, and hun .flrrtli of other Industrial places of interest and profit to the hoiue-seelter and Investor. And last, hut not toast, It will carry you to the famed Jtealth resorts of the Osarks, Eureka Springs AND ; Monte Ne TIME OF TRAINS AT XiCiive Oklahoniii Lily 0:10 p. in. " OkhihoninClty I:fi0 it. m. Arrivo at Oklahoma l:fifl u. in. " Oklahoma (1:25 ). in. Lpiivo Wichita, Kits 1:30 i. in. " Wichita, Kiw 1:15 p. m. -Arrive at Wichltii (1:25 u. in. " Wichita 3:10 p. m- Thrnugh Parlor Conches, llccllning Chair Cars and Pullman Palace Sleep ers between Oklahoma City, Kansas City and t....

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. — 14 April 1902

ANADARKO DAILY DEMOCRAT VOL. 1. 3 ANAIARKO. CADDO CO., OKLA., APBILl-l, 11)02. NO. 183. & HOFFMAN IN THE LEAD Heads the Lincoln Coun ty Delegation to IS NOT A CANDIDATE 'But is Honored With Demooratio Leadership in His Own County- Chandler, 0. T. April 12. The democratic county convention was i held here today for the purpose of electing delegates 10 mo territorial convention at Enid. The follow ing delegation was chosen: Col Roy Hoffman chairman, W L Lane, O II Turswcll, Clias Egbert, Wm Tighlam, V II Falls, Nat McDowell, Perry Smith, ' Wm Harding, " J J F Farrcl, II N Jarctt, JBA Robertson. There was the best of harmony displayed at tho convention arid ihT fight was precipitated as had been anticipated by some. Tho dele gates were practccally unaminous for Hoffman for chairman of tho dclc- ation and although he paid little attention to tho matter ho accepted. Io will not bo a candidate for the ongressional nomination as he has previously announced. The delegation is uninstruct...

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. — 14 April 1902

It i. Nurses Experience. Medical men say that a good nurse in a difficult case is better than med icine, hut when we can get a good nurse and good medicine, the patient stands n much better chance of re covery. The few words of advice given below by nurse Eliza King, are well worthy the attention of all readers : " I havo constantly used St. Jacobs Oil In the various situations I have occupied as nurse, and havo Invariably found it cxccll"nt in all cases requiting outward application, such as sprains, bruises, rheumatic affections, neuralgia, etc. In cases of pleurisy It Is an excellent remedy well tubbed In. I can strongly recommend it after several years use ami experience. It khould be in every household." t Sister Carolina, fi. Andrew's Hospital, writes : " 1 have found St. Jacobs Oil a most effic juous remedy in gout ; also in sprains and bruises. Indeed, v.c cannot say too much in its praise, and our doctor is ordering it constantly." - i Many n limit's word Is like an eoho , ...

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