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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 19 April 1902

8.VVVVtVWVVVVVt,VVVVViVtVVViVVa'VV'!kVaVV'V.'Vi".P I HALLO WAY'S SECRET f $ Dy Elliott Walker. $ (Copyright. KOJ, by Dally Story PtilillMiitit Co ) jj lAWWVWVVtWVWlVlVVMVVWVWHAVVVlVlVll'WtVWXO Jack was abstracted that evening. I Even the clinging hand on his arm anil thi! soft voice of Isabel, as she rippled out the events of her day, failed to ,rouso hlra. It was only "a short dis tance to tho theater and they walked. It would bo over by eleven, then ho would take her homo, then to his own rooms, then? Would he sleep? How would he pass tho night? How would It seem In the morning? Ho shivered n little. Tho girl pressed his arm close to her side. "Aro you cold, dear?" sho asked; "what Is It?" No, Jack Halloway was not cold, not tired exactly Just a little upset It was nothing. Ho laughed and tho sound seemed hard and Jangled to his e.'.rs. Ho glanced at tho happy face by his side and a wave of awful reproach swept him. She must never know. His brain whirled a bit If she did learn wha...

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. — 19 April 1902

THE ANADARKO DEMOCRAT SHAW & BLANKENSHIP, Publishers. PRESTON P. SHAW, L. D. BLANKENSHIP. . Editor. ManaKor, .SUIISCIUl'TION HATia UAIIjY. Ono ya'P in advance. - - 11.00 Stx months in udvunco - - $2.00 Thrco months in udvunco $1.00 WKIlKt.Y PUIIMSIir.il BVKllY THUItS 11AY. One Year $1.00 Six Months GO Threo Months 25 Advertising rates mado known on application. Application mado for transmission through tho malls at tho postolllco at Anadarko, Oklahoma, as second-class mall matter. AKAIIARICO, OlCLA., Al'ltll. li, 1002. Petition for Mandamus. Guthrie O. T., April 17 A petition was filed in tho supreme omit this morniing by Judge J, C. .Strang as attorney for Robert J. Ray of Lawtou, asking for a por enttory writ of mandaiutiH to compel tho following persons to announce the result of tho last city election: D. A. Jacobs, city clerk; Chas. Smith, Syl Dixon, J. A. Moore, J. O. Tousloy, W. M. llruco, W. E. Pierce. W. S. Cash and G. W. Cotncy. The men mentioned con stitute tho electio...

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. — 19 April 1902

LOCAL NEWS. See Harhenrt for fine confecJ.ion cry ami choice fruitB.on C St. 185tf Window shades 15 cents. Ana darko Furniture Go. 102tf Homestead to trade for town lot. J L Byrne & Co lV7tf The best coal in town at City Steam Laundry. Phone 04. 17Dtl2 Just found it, found what? Star itrond. liost hreaih on earth. 174tf -uwv.f and grain Coal, flour, feed Leach & Peacock. Brick house on "B" street for sale. Enquire of J. L. Byrne & Co 185tf Have you seen Leach & Peacoc. They handle coal, feed, Hour and grain. " 'Don't jump in and buy hurridly till you figure with Chamnlin Lum ber Co. ' 182tf Qur merchants are receiving car load after car load of cooda and business is booming. We have just received two car loads of furniture and are making special prices for the next 30 days. Anadarko Furniture Co. 102tf George Keeler, proprietor of the Star Bakery went to Lawton yester day on business, and will return to day. For sale A horse buggy and "harness. Will sell cheap. Enqui...

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. — 19 April 1902

o w n for Mothers Wedding, r usas- THO3.H.viR0niTH-In:50It Kjnim "Mr. Thnmn II. GrosBinlth roqucntd tlio honor of Mr. 'h prcsenco nt tho mnrrlagc of his raotlior, Marie IyOiilBc, to Mr. Cyrus Mettlcr, on the evening of Thursday, tlie third day of April, nt half-past eight o'clock, -it No. 107 .Summit nveiiuc, Jersey City Helghta." This Invitation, sent to many per sona In Jersey City, N. J., nntl New York, caused surprise, bccniiHo the son of the brlde-to-bo Issued them. TI1I3 1 In ncrordanco with a promise made when Mrs. Grossmlth's first husband was on his death bed. She agreed that HETTY GREEN'S HUSBAND IS DEAD. Only Known in Hpouio nf tlio ltlrltest Woman In (tin Worlil. I'M ward H. Green, husband of Mrs. Hetty Green, died at his home at Del- lows Fnlls, Vt., recently. He had been confined to his bed for several months with a complication of kid ney dlsoabOH, and for n week before his death had fa led rapidly. Tor two days ho had lain In a stupor and was unconscious to the end. ...

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. — 19 April 1902

Jviagfara r Tf Ijiff ' ' ft . ? U Tw ' flFfT iw''1 -1 This view of Nlo-iariv Fa.lls proper shows the Immense volume of welter which constantly picture is romnrhable for its faithfulness to details. It is from tx photograph taken by Mr. Eugono of the- most beautiful In that gentleman's famous collection. CHANCES OF BABY BOYS. I'omIIiIIUIcs uf Tlmlr Headline tlio Vary IllSiidnt I'ojltloiu. The Indianapolis Sentinel has been doing some figuring In averages on the baby boy's cliancen In life: It suyrf that the chnuces are 30,000,000 to one that he will not become president of tho United States or vice president or chief justice of the supreme coutt. Yet It holds tru" that any baby boy may reach either of these places that Is to say, thero Is u possibility until the phenomena of his development surely count him out. The chances are 410,000 to one that hn will not be a United States senator, 103,3?0 to one that he will not be a member of the house of teprescnta Uyes, and 820,000 to one th...

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. — 19 April 1902

,,. ., ssW-.-- rs GRADUATE OPTICIAN. Miss 1'ranlihauscr Is tircimrctl to test nnd truicrlv (It nny mill oil defects of tlio cc ofijici: oveii 1st nat'i. hank. $$$ (0) (0) MATIIBNY & LIVKSAY, Attorncys-at-Law. " Will I'ructlco in all the Courts. Notary In ofllco. CITY MEAT MARKET, 1$. W. Hammkht, Prop. All kinds of Ficsh and Cured Meats at Lowest Prices delivered to your residence on order. Block 28, Lot 12, C Stieot, iwtwcen 4th and fith StrcolH. Anadarko. Okla. xJDVL. BERTHA II. CAMPBELL Ftosldonco nnd Offlco First Door Wost of tho ConKreKntlonnl Church. ANADARKO, OKLA, .SMITH &WYCKOFF nonl Estate Lonn ARonts and Notary Public. Wo handle Ilellnqulshmcnts unil nil kinds of Itenl IMnte, Mil J our properly with us. OriHiMtu l'ostofflcc. ANaDAHICO. O. T. Miss Alice Campbell, MILLINERY, Opposite Postofflco, ANADARKO. W. CHILDS. Dray, Transfer and Ba.gga.ge. . Any Kind of Hauling Anywhere. Prices Right. Phone 72. 30-tf T. J. SVLLIVAN " .Boots and Shoes niado to order. Repairing n...

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. — 21 April 1902

ANADARKO DAILY DEMOCRAT -i. ! voi ANADARKO, CVIHX) CXX, OKL.A., APRIL 21, 1.)02. NO. 180. VAS AN AWFUL FATE 'hree Little Boys Were Killed and Two Will Probably Die. SUDDEN CAYE4N. ught All of the Little Fellows While They Were Playing in a Sand Bank. 'aula Valley, I. T.April 17 ormation lias rcachgd here from a Springs of a sad accident ch occured there yesterday aftcr n in which thicc little boys lost ir lives and two others are in a ous condition and may die. uitc a number of small boys c playing jail upon the banks of WaBhita which runs between old and new town. A cave be ll one of the banks of the mi was used as their jail. The c caved in while live of the boys ely, Dimp Pearce, Al King, y Cox. Bud Parker and Marion were inside as prisoners. The three of the above named were d and the other two, Bud Park- id Marion Cox, were dug out i dead tlun alive. They are re- id in a serious condition and rcovcry is doubtful. The Cox were brothers. The ages ol ouths ranger from eight to yea...

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. — 21 April 1902

'Scientist Hew Located the Garden of Eden Tho latet scientific decision eon rernlng lliu location of Paindlso, tho "Qnrilon of Eden," was siniionnciMl by il'rcif, Paul IIiuipl, head of tlio depart jment of Semitic languages at Johns 'Hopkins unlvorslty, In a lectin e deliv ered In the Haskell Hall of Chicago lllll orBlty. Kilon, Bays tlio professor, wig situ ated clone, to the eonlluenro of tlio Ku pliratoa and Tigris In northern Meso potamia. TIiIh vIpw Ih tlio ancient olio Of tho biblical scholar, which later M'luntlstH have rojected. The ovIiIcikp adduced by I'rof. Ilaupt 18 culled from cuneiform hiRcrlptloiiH dcctphoied and translated within the last year, the inlnclpnl translations having been inndo by I'rof Edward Harper of Chi cago. Among the locations assigned (principally by Herman scholars) for Kden hnve been 1'alcBtlnp. Sweden, In dia, Auslrailn, and tho noitli pole. U. I ho luttcr caHC, tho (lerman scientist ,wfco Is 1 (-sponsible for tho hypothesis gfcf&&W 77i J...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 21 April 1902

f - FARM AND GARDEN. MATTERS OF INTEREST CULTURISTS. TO AGRI- nmn Cp-to-Date Illnti About Cultl tntlon of tlio Noll and Yield Tlirrcof Horticulture, Viticulture and floriculture. rrnciuclnr Cora Crop, From Tlio Farmers' Review: The thlug most necessary Is the plowing of tho land, as I think the cultivation of tho corn crop begins with the prop er plowing of the land. On my farm we plow all land Intended for corn In the fall of tho year and we plow on average depth of six Inches. We us for this work the tricycle or throe wheel plow, cutting a slxteeu-lnch fur row. Tho principal reason for plow ing deep Is to form a good mulch over tho land that wo may bo ablo to retain the moisture late In the season and prevent evaporation. In the spring when the proper time arrives., wo pre pare ft good seed bed and plant our corn, and then, in a few days, we put tho spike harrow on and harrow thor oughly, sometimes going both ways of the field, as wo find for the first cul tivation this to be not ...

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. — 21 April 1902

THE ANADARKO DEMOCRAT SHAW & BLANKENSHIP, Publishers. PRESTON P. SHAW, L. D. BLANKENSHIP. . - Editor. . Mnnnuor, suiisoiurrioN uatks -daily. Ono yo r in advance - - 14.00 .Six months In mlviincu - 2.00 'Three months In advance - 00 IVKUICIA' rum.HHKD UVKIIY THUItS DAY. One Year SI-00 -Six Month M Threo Months - Advertising rates made- known on application. Application made for transmission .through the malls at tho pontoMces at Anidarko, Oklahoma, as second-class mail matter. Anadakko, Oki.a., Aimiil 21, 1002, Wo nro authorized to nnnotinco Morris Leo Ilito of Ft. Cobb, us a caudlduto for Treasurer of Caddo County Subject to tho action of the Democratic convention, Juno II. Morns Leu I lite, of Cobb, Cnililo county Oklahoma announces him self as a candidate for the noini nation of county treasurer subject to the Democratic County Convent ion June tub. Mr. I lite is a ster ling democrat, gentleman of fine ability, and one if nominated would strengthen the ticket and aid in rol li...

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. — 21 April 1902

I LOCAL NEWS. Read tho card of Dr. Tiininoiia in the Duinocr.it today. J. L. Byrne left for tho Enid convention Saturday. Read the card of Dr. FrnnkhauH. cr in the Democrat today. Messrs Mathcny, Shaw and Car roll went to Enid last night. Sec Earheart for fine confection- 411-v.tnil tihnicu fruits.on C St. 185tf Window shades 15 cents. Ana- darko Furniture Co. 102tf HoiiicHtcaQ to trade for town lot. J L Byrne & Co 177tf The best coal in town at City Steam Laundry. Phone 04. lVotlS Just found it, found what? Star Bread, best bread on earth. 17-ltf Coal, Hour, feed and grain a Leach & Peacock. tf Mrs. Durr and children left this morning to join their husband and father at Spencer N. D. Brick house on "B" street for jjale. Enquire of J. L. Byrne & Co 185tf John Gable and wife, left today for Cashiouvllle, O. T., for a visit with relatives and friends. Have you seen Leach fcPeacoci. They handle coal, feed, Hour and grain. Don't jump in and buy hurridly till you figure with ...

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. — 21 April 1902

' I I angled affair in tho National Ic'iruc lire prnctlcally uiihiiiuUmI as the result or Hip telephoning ti lcgraphlng nnd conloirliiK "f tlie magnutcs fin hfvcial dayn Peaip lins been Hindu f.er taln by a protuiol which hua mailq Ha appearance. The schedule will Ijp ngiped niMJii before man) days and the virions clubs villi hae started their upline tialnlng til)H Hut bj the tonus of the peace ' FippiIiiiuiiIhiii" 1h not abolished An drew Freedmnn and his cohorts In tho inoip or loss undignified tontiovorBy of the old league aie not "wiped off the baseball map " And whether or not hi is given a legal title to the position of piesldent of the league, A (1 Spalding will have no direct ex ecutive lullucnte on the league Jus tlie Tmax may decide that tho election was not tegular. The leaguo will go on It has been ngiccd that a man aging mid schedule committee shall li.ivo lonlrol of tho major portion of tho league's u IT nl is. JameH A Unit of the Chicago club Is to be tho Spald ing fa...

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. — 21 April 1902

r.oo'ioooouoooooooeoeoQOOaaoBoooaoocoiiifCO.ooesri i 6lav Peasants Bathe in the " ! Sacred Waters of the Jordan 'aeeeoonnnaaaaaeaaaooaeaeeeoaoaeoseo The traveler In the Holy Land will witness few sights which will interest him more than that of the Kussliui pil grims nt the annual Epiphany cere monies ou the banks of the Illver Jordan. A week before the restlvnl Itself crowds of these Slav peasants am seen trudging along the Jericho road, with every imaginable kind of haversack and carry-all on their backs. Some of the pilgrims arc old and weather-worn, others young and cheerful, while a few, overcome by sleep and fatigue, are ly ing prone nlong tho roadside. But somehow the whole lot, young and old, manage to reach the banks of the river In good time for the ceremony. They spend the 'night, perhaps, In the Rus sian hospice at Jericho, where they simply huddle together like c Hock of sheep. Before dawn tho rooms are empty, and the whole crowd has" gath ered on the bank, where Greek ...

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. — 21 April 1902

Jj mmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmw9mammmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwm''mmm"wmmm GRADUATE OPTICIAN. Miss rmiihlinuscr is prepared to test ii rid prupcrlv (It uny uml nil defeats of the eje orr.tci: ovi:u 1st nat'i. hank. 1 WKOnonOXOHOKHHOKUHIllMW ! I MATIIKNY it LIVKSAY, Attoriioys-.it-Law. "Will I'ractlco in nil tlio Courts. Notary In ollice. CITY MKAT .MARKET, II. W. 1!a.mmi:ut, I'roji. All kinds of Fresh anil Cured Meats at Lowest Prices 1uHviut1 to your residence on order. Block 28, Lot 12, C Street, between 4th ami Cth Streets. Anadarko. Okla. ?J)R. BERTHA II. CAMPBELL Rosldonco nnd Office First Door West of tho ConKroKiUlonal Church. .ANADARKO, - OKLA. :SlVIITH &WYCKOFF nanl Estnto, Loan Anonts nnd Notnry Public. We hiimllc Kellnnulsliincnts and nil kinds of ltcul Kstatc. UhI jour property with us. OmxiKlte l'ostofflec. ANaDAHKO. O. T. Miss Alice Campbell, MILLINERY, Opposite Postofflco, ANADAHKO. W. CHILDS. JDray, Transfer and Ba.gga.ge. Any Kind of Hauling Anywhere. Pr...

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. — 22 April 1902

ANADARKO DAILY DEMOCRAT VOL. 1. ANADARKO, CADDO CO., OIvIjA., APRIL 22, 1002. NO. 15)0. d A DOWN The Southwestern Nor mal Decision m Favor of Weatherford. BURWELL'S OPINION Is to the Effect that the Governor Has no Power to Remove With out Couse- In the case of The Territory, ex rcl vs. The Board of Education, et al., an action brought to restrain the Board of Education from locat ing the Southwestern Normal school at Granite, Judge B. F. Burwcll, yesterday gave judgment foi the plaintiff. The decision is quite lengthy. It recites the nature of the action and the causes leading up to it. That, without cause, Gov. Jenkins had appointed a committed to locate the normal school without notifying a commiitce pieviousy appointed by Gov. Bai nes for the same purpose, except in the language of the com mission issued to the members of the new committee. That the first committee, as admitted in a letter from Gov. Jenkins to each of its members later, had been guilty of no offense or cause suf...

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. — 22 April 1902

i -E 3 Anadarko Democrat l'KIATON I'. SHAW. WADARKO, OKLAHOMA. TERRITORIAL NOTES. Miovvih 6 it, llllillglllg Its MWcrHgul PJhtl'lll. Tlio grand jmy nt 1'otenu hist wns it turned 10 IiIIIh. '1 libit mp now on fik in tin- 151 Reno laud olllco 1.1 Hi cimttiM t'Hcs Tim Odd Fellows uie to constitict a (mi' lodge building at Klmoiv. '1 ho olfioluls or tlio Kiity have laid out the tiiriilmiilsitt OUInhoum Citv A company bus been tngaiiiod lit ('handler to oieot ii H(),0( hoti'l. 'lliu Odd Fellows nro prepming to lonsliuct h line lodge liull lit Klinort Tlio iilnt of Wjiinewood hits l.ii'ii H pioved liy the wcretmj ol tli" intei or 'I ho lurnc-t Muskogee hotel linn to ue ClitSeVOlJ lllgllt to lIlTOlllodlltl' till" DMT How of guflsts. Sum Golden, u limlM ut Uip uiilioml Minis, one nillo south of Hurtshmne, lllllllk Wliod lllioliol Mill died SOOIl uttei- wind. The Biidegdpoitpostolllee was lobbed ii ci ntly, but the buiglm olitiiiut'd only ii little, small change left in u cash diawui. Tho Sp...

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. — 22 April 1902

TALMAGE'S SERMON. CHRISTIAN DEATH A3 THE TRANCE TO FULLER LIFE. EN- ICIoijnent Pinter IMicourio I'fencueil from Ciirlntliluni, "Ilonlli In Swullowoil Up In Victory" Why hliouU Wo Doubt Tluit Cml Can Italic, t'a from Dentil? (Copyright, 1002, Louis Ktopach. N. Y.) Washington, March 30. Tho Chris tian view of death as tho entrance) to a fuller life Is presented In this fas ter discourse by Dr. Talmago from the text I Cor. xv, 54, "Death is swallowed up m victory." About 1,870 Easter mornings have wakened the earth. The royal court of the Sabbaths Is mad? up of fifty two. Fifty-one arc princes In the royal household, but Easter is queen. She wears richer diadem, she sways a. more Jeweled scepter, and in her .smilo nations arc Irradiated. How welcome she Is when, after a harsh U.lntnH n.i.1 lutn nti.lnn all.. OUnmd tft WJ111T1 till. 4 Milt; Dl'l llll IIIIV t,i...... v lit step out of tho snow bank rather than ! thn pnnenvltni.i. in nnlrli. mlt flf tllft north Instead of the south, out o...

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. — 22 April 1902

THE ANADARKO DEMOCRAT SHAW & BLANKENSHIP, Publishers. PRESTON P.SHAW, - Editor. L. D. ULANKENSHIP. - Monanor, SUIISOIUI'TION HATCH DAILY. O.io yo r In advance - - $1.00 Six mouths In lulvanco - - $2.00 Threo inuutliH In advaneo $1.00 vi:r.ici,Y l'uiir.win:!) i:vi:uy muits- 1)AY. One Year 1-M Six Months M Threo Months --r Advertising rates niado known on application. Application inado for transmission through tho malls at tho postolllco at Atudnrko, Oklahoma, as second-class mall matter. Anadakko, Oici.a., Aritu. 22, 1002. ..ANNOUNCEMENTS.. KOIl SHIJKH'T. We arc authorized to unnouncoJ. O. Galla(jlioi of Anadarko, as acandidato for Shertll of Caddo County, subject to tho action of tho Democrat convention, .luiio !). I'OH THUASUIIUK. Wo aio authorized to announce Morris Leo Illto of Ft. Cobl), as a candidate for Treasurer of Caddo i'ounty .Subject to tho action of tho Democratic convention, Juno i). l'OH COUNTY OMIltlC. Wo are authorized to announce W. W. l'rice, of Anadarko, a ca...

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. — 22 April 1902

i fc 4 sfc'k & ' ' 'i LOCAL NEWS. PROPOSALS FOR LEASING D. O. McClain of Apache in in lown today. S. S. Brown, of Chieknha, is one of the visitors in town today. Father Inadore of St Patrick Mis. 8ion went to Chiekasha today. County Attorney Crosby went to Oklahoma City today on business. Sec Earhcart for tine confection ery and choice "TiutH.oii C St. 185tf "Window, shades 15 cents. Ana darko Furniture Co. l2tf Homestead to trade for town Ini .T T. Bvrno & Co 17Vtf The best coal in town at City Steam Laundry. Phone 04. 170tl'J Coal, Hour, feed and grain a' Leach 4& Peacock. Ev. Craggs of Mountain Yicw is visiting his father John Craggs of this city. Mr Cooper, the feed store dealer, ivniit. in El lieno toilav on a busi- iigbs trip. II. Earns of the Mountain Vii w Uank is transacting business in the best town in the new country. We noticed parties from Edmond buying goods at the Fair yesterday. 'They all come to Anadarko. J5rick house on "B" street for Bale. Enquire of J...

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. — 22 April 1902

! THR ORADUATE I t By C. V. He wan ftroillriK along very con tntdly by tlm side of Miss I'ago How rd, with lior fluffy parasol kwImrIih; from lilo hand. Thy mndo tho usual Wcat Point trio. Tharo was every reason why Stanton should bo contented thflt summor after noon It was ono day within tho oad of his RiadURtlon week und ho had managed to pull through bo far In pret ty sood shape. Ills family had coino up to beo htm Iwne the I'olnt and had brought with thoni the winsome ltttlp ulero of the South who was his coin pan'uii at the moment It was a perfect da, in early Juno and tho p.ith thoy had taken was the prettiest one tho Point affords. In the midst of no many pleas: lit things, Stanton wan perhaps an un grateful follo'w to feel dlbcomrortcd. put the truth was he had u flotco de a)tn to Bmoke Ho waited until thoy VU'ie well along In tho thick of the fnth, and then ln turned to little Mls& Howard desperately. I Bay," ho asked, "would you caie a bit If I smoked u cigarette?" She...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
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