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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 16 April 1902

R.emirvisccnccs of Bottles, Ma.rches, nd Bivouacs of the Grea.t VVa.r. r Watches or the Me lit. The fires aic out, the camp's asleep. Anil nil around so bloomln' still, There's not a light for miles and miles Kxcept' the field-lamp on the '111, And they are strange, Gawd, awful strange, The things wot rise to left ami right Blnck forms which make me swear an J start, A ragged sentry of the night. Poor Nobby Clarke, we 'tut a bet; spun the coin, 'e made a guess, Jntt when a bullet pinged along And put 'Is 'Ighness out o' mess: The sergeant, too, most anxious life, 'E must poke up 'Is ginger 'oil In tlrrte to see the shrapnel but at That dropped 'lm In the donga bed. A sniper on the kopjeeslde, A bullet whlstlln' down the pass", And then my captln ljln' low And clutchln' wildly at the grass; Hut I must keep the law 'o kep' Oh, soldier man, sou must not run, 15ut you must go the road 'e went, And fight the tight which e begun. Aje thev.are strange ltd awful strange, The things wot 1 'a...

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. — 16 April 1902

TVlATHENY A LI VESA Y, Attorney s-at-Law. TBBVill Practlco In nil tho Courts. Notary In olllco. Tho Daily Dkmoghai'b lino of fiancy stationary, programs, cards rtftto, cannot be surpassed. CITY MKAT MARKET, 15. W. IIammi:kt, Prop. .JV11 kinds of Flush ami Cured Meats at Lowest Prices deliveicd to your ri'Hidi'iii'i) on order. "Slock 2!, Lot 12, (' Sticet, between 4tli and fitli Streets, Anmlaiko. Okla. JDR.. BERTHA II. CAMPBELL Rosldonoo nnil Office First Door Wost of tho ConKroKntlonnl Churoh. XANADAR KO, OKLA. SMITH &WYCKOFF Roal Estnto, Loan Anonts and Notary Public. Wc hitndlo Relinquishments ami nil kinds of ?OleMl IMnte. Mil jour property with us. rOpiKwItcPostofllce. 02 ANADARKO. O. T. JVliss Alice Campbell, MILLINERY, Opposite Postofflco, ANADARKO. W. CHILDS. .Dray, Transfer and Baggage. Any Kind of Hauling Anywhere. r.ioeH Right. Phono 72. 30-tf T. J. SVLLIVAN ZBoots and Shoes made to order. Kenan nig neatly done IfjrHt-ulans work -Cor. of C and 0th streets 31 ' fafofo ...

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. — 17 April 1902

ANADARKO DAILY DEMOC RAT VOL. 1. ;i ANADAKKO, CADDO CO., OKLA, APRIL 17, 1002. NO. 18G. s ,a A FRIGHTFUL SPORT Battle Between a Lion and a Bull at Juarez, Mexico. AMERICAN WOMEN Wero There and Watohed the Bru tality of the Daya of Nero Repeated- El Paso, Texas, April 14. The battle Sunday between a Numidian lion and a wild Sainalayuca bull was witnessed by thousands of pcop 1c from all over the Southwest and Mexico. One-fourth of the spec tators in the amphitheater surround ing the bull ring were American women. The battle continued fiercely for an hour. The bull was not fatally" hurt, but the lion was gored twenty-live times and will probably die. His leg was broken and he was completly vanquished in strength and spirit. Whon tho lion was incapacitated the Mexican au thorities ordered the battle to be niscontinucd. Tho arena was suffi ciently bespattered with gore for the most sanguniary patron. No such an exhibition has been given since -the bloody dayH of Rome, when lion-bull lig...

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. — 17 April 1902

r() PREVENT KLOOW. I'HILADBLPHIA MAN SUOOnSTS fcXTENSIVETHEG PLANTING. thn I.nntM Mint NiIIiik lo hn In l'frl urit 'J'liiMit f.eiut MtiiMlnil for Ajtrlriil tnr, Hinn'y Htnep Hank of Ntrcimit mill llui lllllsliles. The forest Is to rnlnfiill what the nalnnre wheel Is to the Htenui engine. It glvcB relief to extreme of drought mil of freHhet by regulntlng not ln- icnalng rainfall. Therefore, the for-.-t In proper proiiortlon, on the earth's iiirfuee In the cure of devastating Hoods that waste hiiinnn ami brute lives anil destroy liilllloiis of dollars' vorth of property. Thin Is oBpeelally i rue In the MlflslHslppI basin, and more particularly In the lower parts of that ImHlu. From the mouth of the Ohio to the .MIbhIhhIppI delta thlH ilani igo miches tons of nillllotiH of dollai'M i year. The ratio of ruin Ih Hteadlly liuTeatdiiK there, and Ih Hiiro to con tinue to Increase till the arboreal rcm dy above suggested Ih applied. ThlH K not theory: It Iiiih been wliloly prov ed by centuri...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 17 April 1902

0 V w JW&t $eerding Famous Montimen-ts Thai Ha.Ve JSfeVer erly Constructed'. Wo live in a half-made woild. So it cM'i has been since tlip Tower of Habel was 16ft -uncompleted, ami fo It will be no iloujjt, to t lie viid of tlmii. In oar hurry to begin things wo forget io finish them, nmt all over the world today tho Great Unfinished stales na in tlip fare some big tiling 'whiting ft8 completion, says n. writer in Now York 1'reHS. There In the Washington monument, that giant obelisk rising up from the low Hats back of the whit' hoiiBC. livery one Is familiar with its present appearance, but few people remember how It was originally designed to look. This tribute of a grateful nation to the father of IiIh country was begun In 1818, and has never been completed according to tho original designs. Probably it never will be. it was hard work Io get It as near completion as It Is. When tho monument was started nil the ruleis of the world sent blocks of marble to be placed in the Inteil...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 17 April 1902

THE ANADARKO DEMOCRAT SHAW & ULANKENSHIP, Publisher. -PRESTON P. SHAW, . L. D. BLANKENSHIP. - Editor. ManaKor, SUIISCItll'TION II ATKS DAILY. Ono yo r In uilvtmco - $1.00 .Six months in advance - $2.00 Throo montliH In advunco $1.00 "IVI'.KKI.Y rUIII.HIIKD KVKIIY TIIU11S DAY. Ono Year $1.00 Six Month fiO Throo Months 25 Advo'rtUIng rates mado known on application. Application mado for transmission through thu malls at tho postolllco nt Anadarko, Okluhoma, as second-class mall matter. Anadauko, Oici.a., Aritu, 17, 1002. I.miKiir, lint Not lllulior. Napoleon was soni-chlng ono day for a book, tu tlio llnrnry of Mnlmaison -and at lnat discovered It on a shelf t-omowhat nhovo his roach. Marshal Atoncey, who was present, one of the inllost men In tho army, stopped for ward, saying, "Permit mo, sire; I am Higher than your majesty." "You aio longer, mnrshal," said tho omporor, witn a 'rown. Gould Wot Breathe- Coughs, colds, croup, Ki'lp. bronchitis other throat and hulk' troubles aro q...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 17 April 1902

fa i. - & LOCAL NEWS. Sec Karhcart for fine con'fection- firynml choice friutH,onjC St. 185tf "Window shades 15 cents. Ana- darko Furniture Co. 102tf Homestead to trade for town lot. J L Byrne & Co mtf The best coal in town at City . Steam Laundry. Phono 04. 170tl2 JuBt found it, found what? Star Bread, best bread on earth. 174tf Pnnl. flour, feed and cram a Y.nonli Ar. Pp.inoek. ti TCriok house on "IV street for sale. Enquire of J. L. Byrne & Co 185tf Have you seen Leach cfcPcacocrf. They handle coal, feed, Hour and grain. " Don't jump in and buy hurridly till you fif,'uro with Chnmnlin Lum ber Co. - 182tf F. P. Ace, tiaveliug saloman for the K. C. Pump Co., is interview ing our merchants and taking oidor for pumps. The Tribune have got all their Want moved to the McAnnich puilding. We have just received two car loads of furniture and are making special prices for the next 30 days. Anadarko Furniture Co. lC2tf For sale A horse buggy and "harness. Will sell cheap. Enquir...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 17 April 1902

HfCTflBaiBttiSVinU&JJil.'SaglSUJKtBWg I h A CIVIL WAR. IIEHOSNE v y V - wir trr - vr vt -: V L'tx Jill J3L, fif a 1 H v P m L,, J Story of Jonnio Wade, Who Wen Killed H l : nt Gettysburg. -'0 rt k T7rwriflr.nmnu.il hum i unim iiimui', i i nu' n irmimtn i n in' i mjJ-- J Jennie Wade's grave, width Is locat ed ii"nl(U her parents In the Citizens' Ewrgicon conietory. adjoining tin Philadelphia National cemetery, !s now marked by a niniiiiinfiit'whlell In being rrccted liy the Wnninn's Relief Corps of Inwn. TJiojlydtyyllgn. took, place rqj cut ly. The jicilcsYtil la of1 American gray granite, tho four nldos of which aie highly polished.' Surmounting the pedestnl stands a lino Italian marble statue of Jennie Wndo. On the mib liase, In huge i-:iIhp(1 letlci'H, Is tho iinmo "Jonnio Wndo." Tho Insciin, iIoiih on" tho monument nro as follows: "Jcnnlo Wndo, ngod 20 years 2 mnntlih, killed July 3, 1803. while malting hi cad for Hid union soldlerR." On thu oppo site Bide: "Kretted liy the W...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 17 April 1902

tr I ''fKW 4K-v "tvv2wPil Land or Our Lotn Land of our love, with nil thy pride and power, In thy most prosperous hour. When, laden with the fruitage ot thy toll Thy mines' and looms' rich spoil To lands remote, thy peaceful argosies Snll forth with faoring breeze, And through thy valleys, plains, and mountain glens, J'eace crowned with comfort reigns, Vnunt not thyself exulting! Lift thine eyes To the eternal shies. Acknowledging a nation's true success Depends on righteousness. ,lt is not heaped-up gold nor lordly towns Can ward oft Fortune's frowns; U l not mastery of many lands ' That highest praise commands. imperial splendors fade, nnd earthly gear Will fall and disappear, lut justice and right purpose and true worth These things abide on earth. And thou shalt only rise to thy true height While these thou keepest bright; Shalt only win to lasting, living fame And these adorn thy name; Shalt only have the love of all the race If these bestow their grace. Selected. Stonewall ,Ix...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 17 April 1902

-I jTVlATIIKNY k IJVESAV, Atloriicysat-Law. "Will Practlco in nil tho Courts. Notary In ofllco. Tho Daily I) i:iocii at' h lino of fancy stationary, program, canltt uclu, cannot lo surpassed. $$ ii D. Q. Galloway, CITY MHAT MARKET, R. W. IIammkht, Prop. Jl.ll kinds of Fresh and Cured Meats at Lowest PriccH delivered to your residence on order. .Block 28, Lot 12, C Street, between 4th and Gtli atrcots. AniuiarKO. UKia. J)R.. BERTHA II. CAMPBELL nosldonco nnd Offloo First Door Wost of tho ConroKntlonnl Church. ANADARKO, OKLA. jSinIITH &WYCKOFF Ronl Estnto, Loan Anents and Notnry Public. Wr linodla ItellutiuMnncntR nnd nil kinds of ntcul IMnto, Ul jour property with us. lOmwslto 1'iwtofflcc. 93 ANADAKICO. O.T. Miss Alice Campbell, MILLINERY, (Opposite Postoff loo, ANADARKO, W. CHILDS. Dray, Transfer and Ba.gga.gc. JVny Kind of Hauling Anywhere. Prices Iliyht. Plione 12. 30-tf T. J. SVLLIVAN IBools and Shoes made to order. Repairing neatly done First-class work Cor. of 0 and Oth str...

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. — 18 April 1902

ANADARKO DAILY DEMOCRAT vol.. i. ANADAHKO, C'AIMX) CO., OICL.A., APRIL 1H, 11)02. NO. 1H7. & K, P. PICNIC AND BARBECUE To Be Given Here by Anadarko K. of P. Lodge No. 45. money to invest, an opportunity to hoc what a null field capital would li.ivo huro. It won d bo the mcanH of bringing people, hero who have money to Hpend and it will leave the coffers of Anadarko. bovcral thousand dollars richer than before. Donate liberally when the solicit ing committee calls upon you for every dollar you invest in this good cause will bring you two in return. ON ABOUT MAY 15. THE PROPOSALS FOR Invitations Will Be Extended to all tho Kn ghts of ythias in tho Territory. Anadarko never does any thing by halves and this lact will be am ply demonstrated when the Knights of Pythias give their first big an nual barbecue about May 15th. The idea as originally suggested was to have Anadarko, Lawton and Hobart combine in one grand pic nic at Anadarko, but upon investi. gation it was thought inadvisab...

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. — 18 April 1902

-oo -)--c----c--3c---!o THR I.IOHT 8 . . 5 By T. Y. T (( uiijrrlKhl, iwM, lij Duilv Tlifl county courtroom nf SI Anne's was crowded to tin- door It was un Resumblngo unprecedented even In Hint country whore u trlnl for minder nl ways eKeiclHflrt nn InoBlHtlblc fnHcliiu tlon, und when- the alltiiements of ohl tlnio florid omtory confeiiod npiin the courthouse something of tli Btatus of n (boater Nevr hoforo within tho menioiy of those present liml 11 white woniiin cow ered under tho inoiiiuo of n possible. ciipll.il scntenro. Indeed there linked Home trifling doubt as to the propriety of the ilrcuinfltiinco now It was not that her guilt wan iipstloned In the popillai Jiidgmaut she was condemned beyond nil peradventuie but with Its Innate, fantastic chlnlry St. Anne's wan disposed to be companionate, and to mml alien logic with thn sentiment al reminder that "Hhe In a woman." Tho crime Itatdf whh as old as hls loiy the tiagod familiar to every Htage of llfo. In this liiHtnnco Its drn ...

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. — 18 April 1902

i 'ri Fr. Joseph Btadelniau of the Jesuit foundation ot St Francis Xavlr, In "Wott Bliteenth ctrcat, devotes himself ' , to v.-ork among the blind and tho dear I ; and dumb, says the New "iork Time. i Ho saya that, contrary to tho ceneral Impression, the blind are peculiarly .happy and fond of jokes. illustrative oi mis not ions since blind acquaintance of his, whose re- f malnlnc senses, like that-of all blind. A nro exceptionally keen, wan in a room I where there were wme lady visitor. "Wht remarkably yjh lewd perfect I 'teeth that lady has!" laughingly re- fvtnnrkril the blind man. i,,i,v7 o.vn.i i know? asked i I g "Why, how do you rFr. Stadelinan. , 1 Because for the last halt hour she I ,C , mi i ... i..-i , , Jhasidqnfi-iiothlng but laugh. . -.-s ' - . , .: "ft i . ' don't Srtiir. your clothes, j Ue ried Cro Hull Wuo nud keep thom , vblte as Know, ngnx-or). &g. a puutngo. Typhouiluir salt. j I Typhoid germs dlo after sev- i ! eral days exposure to sea water, but i It Is r...

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. — 18 April 1902

-'. THE ANADARKO DEMOCRAT SHAW & BLANKE.NSHIP, Publishers. PRESTON P.SHAW. . - Editor. L. D. BLANKENSHIP. ManaKor, suiiscitirrioN iiatks daily One ye r In advance - $1.00 Six months In udvunco - $2.00 Throe months In udvunco - $1.00 VEEKbY l'UIIMSIIKU EVKIIY TIIUKS DAY. One Year $1.00 Six Months CO Threo Month 25 Advertising rates made known on Application. Application made for transmission through the mulls at the postofllcu at Anidurko, Oklahoma, as second-class null matter. Gould Wot B'oatho- Coughs, colds, croup, gilp, bronchitis other throat mid hint,' troublos iuv quickly cured by Onn Minute Oougn Cure. Ouo Mlnuto Couv'h Cure is not a mere expectorant, which gives only temporary relief. It softens an 1 liqui fies the mucous, draws cut tho iiillama tlon und removes tho cause of the dis ease. Absolutely safo. Acts at once. "Ono Mlnuto Cough Cure will do all that Is claimed for It, "says Justice of tho Peace, .1. Q. flood, Crosby, Miss., "My wife could not got her broath und ...

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. — 18 April 1902

& '3p y ? & LOCAL NEWS. Health in reiinrkable good in our city. Quite a number of our citizen are out fitthing. P. P. Shaw and wife went to Lawton to day. See Earhcart for fine confection ery and choice fruitB.on C St. 185tf The Kola Candy Kitchen is juut opening up a nice place east of P O Window shades 15 cents. Ana darko Furniture Co. 102tf Homestead to trade for town lot. J L Bvrne & Co 177tf The best coal in town at City Steam Laundry. Phone 04. 170tl2 Just found it, found what? Star "Bread, best bread on earth. 17-ttf Coal, Hour, feed and grain a Leach & Peacock. tf Oranges at Ingram & IIojTinans tomorrow at 45c per prck. Sale "begins at 1 o'clock. Brick house on "B" street for isalc. Enquire of J. L. Byrne & Co 185tf Have you seen Loach tPcacoci. They handle coal, feed, Hour and grain. tf Don't jump in and buy hunidly till you figure with Champlin Lum ber Co. 182tf AVc have just received two car loads of furniture and arc making special prices for the ...

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. — 18 April 1902

Anadarko Daily Democrat War Jtinior '"Readers - Short Stories Meant for the Edification of tho I'llCSION P. SHAW ANADAKKO, OKLAHOMA. Tha Tonlsville cniBBfte against lim burger oliccsu Is up against a strong same. . lit ,,.t-. v Thcrc ,hro. 'twlo 1'MaMnt Ini tltb Vnlted States, but most people seem l prefer Now York. A new club In London ! called tho "Columbia." Perhaps Sir Thomas Upton, styrgBStoj! tlje uniniv Tho boat suggestion King Edward,, lias made for coronntlon weok la tlio proposed dinner to I.oniluu'a poor. Banker Andrews of Detroit bna again kIiowii hejw oasy tt Is to make u splurge 't ft tl nlhfl t.illinl.. filexlnl. 'ilin tw-.i Mf i"iui winm (vujiic nil limn 1. lit- iiiuur; Mr. Mnry K. Wllklns will Unci It qulto trying to live up to the Htnndnril of aoniit of tlic husbands In bis wife's books. Tlio peanuts which Toxns la sending to Iho Huston mnrkotH this season nrc mild to have a pionounccd llavor of petroleum. A Bnltlinuio man wan stricken dumb whllo cm sing bis wife. ...

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. — 18 April 1902

DAIRY AND POULTRY. INTERESTING CHAPTERS FOR OUR RURAL READERS. flow Enccritful Farmers Operate TliU Depnrtmrnt of (he Farm A Few Uinta aa to the Care of LIo Stock ud Poultry. Developing the Call. A bulletin of the California Exper! tncnt Station says: Tho propor growth and development ol the calf Is equally as Important as tho care of tho full grown cow, for good cows cannot he made out of poorly fed calves. Wheth er tho calf bo destined for tho dairy or for tho shambles, the true principle la to keep It in a thrifty growing con dition until the end is reached. It Is not necessary that tho calf bo fat in fact, It is better not to bo so. Tho feed should be such as to produce bono and muscle to form a strong framowork with which to produce milk or upon which to lay fat in the time of maturity. Tho mother's milk, If It bo not too rich In fat, furnishes the best food for tho purpose, but In our commercial dairying butter fat can be disposed of a; a higher price if made into cheese or bu...

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. — 18 April 1902

mimm KlIlK MATHENY & LIVKSAY, AUoiiK'v-iit-L.iw. "Will Practice In nil tho Courts. Notary 1" ollice. r "V " - " m 9 Tho Daily Demoi-hat's line of fancy Htationary, programs, eanlH to, cannot bo Hiirp.iHHoil. CITY MUAT MAKKIST, 15. W. IIammi:iit, Prop. -All kiutlH of Fresh ami Cured Meats at Lowest Prices delivered to your residence on order. Mock iH, Lot 12, C Street, between 1th and ftli Streets. Anadarko. Oklu. JDR. BERTHA II. CAMPBELL noaldonco nncl Offloo First Door Wost of tho ConnroKiUlonnl Church. iANADARKO, OKLA. SMITH &WYCKOFF Honl Estnto, Lonn Aonts nncl Notary Public. AVc hnmlle HvllniiuMimcnts untl nil Ulmls of Ileal llnlc. I.Isl your iruicrly with us. OiiM)slte lNistofncc. K ANaDAKKO. O. T. Miss Alice Campbell, MTXTilNERY, Opposlto Postofflco, ANADARKO. W. GUILDS. Dray, Transfer and Ba.gga.ge. Any Kind of Hauling Anywhere. Prices Itiylit. Phone 72. DO-tf T. J. SVLLIVAN "Wools and Shoes made to order. Repairing neatly done First-class work f Cor. of C and Oth str...

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. — 19 April 1902

ANADARKO DAILY DEMOCRAT fe VOI,. 1. 4 ANADARKO, CADDO CO., OKL.A., APRU.10, 1002. NO. 188. I GO TO MAM, Bhawnee Man Coppe Out . a Pair of Heavy Dele gations Yesterday. POTTAWATOMIE-WOODS. ;HC Friends Claim That He Now Has the Strongest Backing to Begin With. Shawnee, April 17. The demo- ratio convention of Pottawatomie ounty today bad a full rcprcsen- ation and terminaicd most harmon iously. Mayor J. T. harrell, of Shawnee, presided, and the follow. ling delegates were chosen to attend !the convention at Enid April 2 2d: C F Barrett, J T Farrcll, Ed O Cassidy, Frank Clark, Rush Criss- nan, B J Clardy, W B RcquaBts, iChao Radman, S M Ramsey, B T Kcsbity, A J Vincent, C C Pottcn- Iber, M Lackbcrmcr, John Bcrtrand, T L Castine, Albert Chandler, "Win IConnels, B B Blakcny, Wright Christian, A T Foster and L G Pit man. The convention deliberations Iwcrc most harmonious and at its onclusion the delegates were in truded to vote and use their in- uence to secure the nomination of fudge J. I...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 19 April 1902

tOTHERHOOD That (ili'iit) Iml reproaches me Winch leaves my brother lure. Not wholly glad my heart can be While hn is bowed with Care. If I go free, and sound ami stout While his poor fetter clank, Unrated still, I'll Mill cry out. And plaid with Whom I thank. Almighty: Thou who Father be Of him. of me. of all. Draw ui togther. him and inc, , That whiclnovvvr fall. The other's hand may fail hint uot,-- Thc other' strength decline No task of succor thtit hit lot ' May claim from son of Thine. I would he fed. I would he' clad. I would he housed and diy. Hut if so Ih; uiv heart is sad, What benefit have I ? Hot he whose shoulders hest endure The lond that brings relief, And best shall be his joy secure Who shares that joy with Brief. I'!. S. Martin in Sei diner's Magaziuri (s mi lollr One Blow Too Many. 11Y CHARLES F.UORNIC HANKS. (Copyright, 1901. liy Dally Story I'ub Co) Teddy McFarland left tho train at tlio little station ot Limerick, so mimed from tho fact that tho country for mil...

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