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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 11 November 1901

mPHMMnramrmm fc A Hi n 41 X' .---r T IffU Den lor Ha.rdw.irc, Stoves sxnd JameS Little, i Tinware. Building Material a Specialty. "Wo will noi in- undersold, q Stvoel, between fitli and Oth. :u-Bni Bakery af Conledioiiery First Block East of Lawton 7f .flf W1!tp ! ' R.R. Track, Lot 6, Block 39 J. JT . W 11K, Prop. ru-sm The Palace lBeilery. Now opened on H Htreet west of the Court House. Fresh Bread always on hand. All kinds of I'aa trios and Cakes that please the palate Lunch R.oom in Connection, Lunches at all hours. Cir vjnt V1ihvq. Come and see us. c- F- Binder, Proprietor, HAVE YOU TRIED 'The Annie Darkly Put up in tin foil. always fresh, V 'm don KELL1KER, MAKER. .ee tlioui, cull for thorn. A STREET. NEAR SIXTH. ANADARKO. OKLAHOMA .il-.'!m J. G. INGRAM, Fresh Candies, Cold Drinks, Cigars and Tobacco. DAILY- NEWSPAPERS, STATIONERY, ETC. B Street, Between Fifth and Sixth, IlKliu SHOFNER&SON, Have Just Opened Up a New Stock of . . . GROCERIES. Give them a call and get prices....

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 November 1901

VkVVVtVVVVVVV'VVl A GreaJ: Scientist aw''&sww&i, Throughout the Orrnmn empire xrent fete worn recently lipid In hon or f the 80th birthday anniversary of Pro. Rudolph Vlrchow, the greatest scientist perhaps living. And not only In Germany wan the event celebrated. Merc In the United States, In Argen tina nnd dlRtnnt Australia, In all of rontlnentnl Europe and In England, In South American countries and In far-off Japan celebrations were held In honor of tho celebrated physician, who has added so much to '.ho medi cal knowledge of the world. An authority In treating of Vlrchow says: "So much has ho done, and 10 thoroughly lias ho dono It, that It Is dllllctilt for this generation to appre hend tho full mngnltude of his work. Open u book of medicine, and espe cially nny volumo on pathology, com posed, It matters not much whero, be foro Vlrchow began his observations and compare It with one romposed with tho light of his endless Investi FROF. RUDOLPH vinciiow. BIRDS AND THEIR S...

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 November 1901

-v ; ij I Long, Long Ago, i ll Is (republished by Itequest ) Tell me tho tales that to me wero io deor, 1 .011?, lotift bro, Ioiir. lonp, bro; Sing mi- the hours I delighted to hear, LonR, long ni;o. lone ago. Now you ore come, all my Brief Is re moved, Let me forKct that so long you have roved. Let me believe that you loe a )ou loved, Long, long oko, Ioiir ORO. Do you remember the path where wa met, Long, lone nco, lone, lone bro Ah, yes' you told me yon ne'er would forget, Lone, lone ago. Ioiir nco. Then to nil others my smile you pre ferred. Love, when you spoke. Rave A charm to ench word. Still my heart treasures the praises I heard, Lone, lone ago, Ioiir ago. ThouRh bv your kindness my fond hopes were raided. Lone, Ioiir ago. lone ago. You by more eloquent llpu have been praised. Lone, lonR bro, lonR bro Hut by lonR absence your truth has been tried, Htlll to your accents I listen with pride, lllest as I was when I sat b your side, Lour, lonR ago, lone ago. -T Jt Bayly, Triflin...

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 November 1901

w. BABYLONIAN BXPLORATION3, DUcororj of Or put Trmplo I.ltinirjr of Clly of Nippur. Trof. Hllprccht of tho University of Fonusylvanla, tho Babylonian explor er, lins discovered thfj Great Templo library of tho aniVnt city of Nippur, which wan destroyed liy tho Klmnnltcs in tin yi'Hr 2W I J. C. l'or oloven yearn tho prufrMor 1ib been exploring tho mound of ancient Nippur, tho city that antedated IJuuylon by centuries an tho capita! of JnhIoiila. Within tho pant ynar h liua mi.nil among thoco pruiilptorlc mini tho library of tho Temple nf Nippur. Thli in the first Babylonian temple Hlirury that baa over been discovered, and It contains tho olilent nnd most Important records of the earliest civilization of which oven nti oclio has come down to our own hro. Already 18,000 volumes lmvo been taken from the ruins, nnd It Is pocted thnt many moro thousands will be rocovered. Inscribed on clay tablets In the cuneiform charatt r which the explorations of Nineveh and Kgypt have made fnmlllnr 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. — 12 November 1901

Anadarko Democrat. Volume Anadarko, Oklahoma, November 12. 1901. Number 55. A ICE PLANT OF TWENTY TONS CAPACITY SOON TO BE BVILT IN ANADAHKO. r & COUHCiL NETCIG Sid 6 walks and Sanitary Conditio-s Discussed ALL PRESENT All Future Meetings Will be Hold in Millers Hall Tim oily council met Inst night with every member present and tho innyor in tho chair. Thoy met in Miller's hall which iii future will 1)0 their regular mooting place. The hall has been divided into sev eral rooms and the southeast corner room is tho onu that tho council lms ranted. They have had a large tabic about l)xr made for their u-e and when they wore all assembled around it they looked like business and they meant business. One ordinance was passed relative to poll tax and work on streets and alloys. A great many important questions wore discussed especially tho questions of sidewalks and street grades. City Attorney llardeastle read selections from tho statutes and ses sion acts showing that at this stago o...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 12 November 1901

Anadarko Daily Democrat SHAW )nl I., PuMbkm. ANADARKO, OKLAHOMA. ; Tho Khedive of Egypt rfcontly tent n present to I'opo I.eo XIII, In the hnpo of n mummy, dating back to twe thousand years boforo the Chrlstlar era. A movement In on foot tn North Carolina, prompted by tho tobacco dealers, to erect a statue of Blr Walten 'Raleigh In Halt-lull. Collection boxes nro to bo placed In stores whero to bacco Is sold. A lino of "observation automobiles" Is to be run In Washington, I), C, for Urn benefit of visitors. Ench vehicle) carries twenty-two passengers and wll( be accompanied by a lecturer on polntit of Interest at tho capital. The fuel Is kerosene and tho motive power steam. Dr. 8. J. Trexlo of Kutztown, Pa., before his denth, provided that every one who nttended his funeral should have n freo dinner, and over 1,000 persons availed themselves of his of fer nt tho two leading hotels, where nrrnugemcutu had been mado to feed tho multitude. A New York newspaper recently celebrated Its f...

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 November 1901

SN ta BYT.E SiD Dick "You're tho only woman I ever loved." Ethel "You're Joking." Dick "No, truly. Tha others were nil girls." At It Might ll llen. Wcdcrly "I don't believe tho aver ago mother-in-law Is half as black as she Is painted." Singleton "Don't you, really?" Wederly "No. My mother-in-law tried to do me a favor once that would probably have made me happy for lite had she succeeded." Singleton "What did she do at tempt suicide?" Wcderly "No. She refused her con sent to my marriage with her daugh ter, but I like a blooming idiot, In duced the girl to elope with mo." The l'rofrMnr. It was early on tho morning of Oct. 9, 1901, the thirtieth anniversary of the great fire. Tho professor being unable to sleep, had gone out of doors to look at tho stare. Suddenly tho glare of a tremendous conflagration down-town caught his eye, and he heard tho rattle and rum ble of firo engines hastening to the scene of danger. "Well," ho said, "it's quite evident that for tho last thirty years Chi...

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 November 1901

wtatmmmmimiMMM Ansxdsvrko Dally Democrat.1 SHAW & MILL Pu.iihc I'RBMTdN I'. SlIAW Killtor I. A. lilt. I. Htirfinmn Miinajfcr SU!INUIU1,'I l N I tA'l KH. One your In udvum W on Six months in nilVHiici' -" Three month In ailtHiu'K $1.00 AtlvertiflhiK ni( made knmui on aupllcntlon. Application made for H-ansiiiemlon ihrtmun tin inailn at the jiohIoHIc' at AnnliU'kn. Oklahoma, a second-elans mall umtlci'. Anahakko, Oki.a., Nov. 1:1, Wul OltlllNANCKNO 11 All imtlnunuu rerilittlnif the keoHnic. win ami murliiir nf ifiin powder, kenmene. Kwllne and utlinr iHinlHMtlMu imller within tho oor- . iKimlu lluill" iif tlin f'ltr nf Amuliirlri. uml prortillmriiibaUlin for TliiliUlim thereof ll It iirilHlucil lis the Mayiir m Coimi'lltnoii nf tin) t'ltr "f Ainnlrh. OWuliouro Territory: Soo. I. -Nil imrwHi iir'lroiw hull kofiutr frmll tn lm hunt within Ilia iinrtNmle llmlli nf iIih (.'It j of AtiMtarko any run p,iwdrr liltmtlnir iHimlcr, orglniil Hiwiler. In Krruter ilimiilltliM limn Tlfty iNiund...

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 November 1901

y j James Little, 1)0;i!'"' "arJwaTiw!'rs The Palace Bakery. '9 Building Material a Specialty. Wivwill not i)c undersold, (j Strftet, between fith and (5th. IlKIm K AKERY aa Confectionery First Block Hist of Lawton 1 IF WMra. n R.R. Tracv, Lot 6, Block 39 . TV IfiKC, ffOp. Now opened on H utivet west or the Court IIoiimo. Fresh Hread ;ilwis on hand. All kinds of Pas tries and Cakes that please the palate Lunch K.oom in Coivaedion. Lunehe.s at ad h mvj. Cigars and tobacco. Come and see us. C. F. LI NDER, Proprietor. :ti-rtin HAVE YOU TRIED The Annie Darkey' a ft" FIVE-CENT CIGAK? I'm up in tin fill, ulwnv fresh. If ou iton't mm- them, call for them KELLI KER, MAKER, &8R&b?lM!8S?A :u-:iin i Now Will You Stand Tied? I Guess Tliiwo Prices Will Hold You For Awhile. "1 iki Solid (Jold Stick Tin J .00 HV iiml 7tc liiooi'lic.-. ;() 1 VKiints Plated Chaini !M) J XI Ladle Plated I.0111; 0'lialtn .M (.cnN!-erci lleel Filled (.'iwe and stood movement I2.no fi nls Hunt Ins; Case and stoo...

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 November 1901

f I :.", I .' A' TTM u4 IB) T3 35 In IP XJ Md if After minuet, nort n dusky, when Ifn neither nlnhl nor clay. Wlii'ii th IlKlitn invny to went'ard channe from crlniKon Into ftray. when the katydid uro unllln' mid firefly Willi hi lump Coes n-Ktruylii' through the evenln' whero tin- innplo leaven are dump. Tliere'n 11 drnwky. dronln' murmur bows tin' sleepy, noililln' head. When the whlppoorwlll In slniiltur' ami It's lima tu ko to lied. Down acroiin the dowy pnsturo llko tho murmur In a shell, Here n' thero the drowsy, dreamy, fur- ot tinkle of a boll. Comes the myrliul cricket chorus blend- Inir In liarmonlc blur Willi the heavy, lioomln' rumble of the clumsy beetle's whir. When the hnrd dny's work Is over and tho wi-iiry horsm fed When the whlppoorwlll Is slnKln' and It's time to ko to bed. l'alnt the sun thnt mounts the heavens; ptlnt the crimson afterKlow; Hpri'ucl upon your IIvIiik cauvus all tho sophlitrles you know; Breathe the spirit of the masters Into pic tures of the day....

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 November 1901

& T COURT OF The general ground plans and per spective views of the buildings of the Louisiana Purchase Centonnlal Expo sition are on exhibition. They ore tho designs of the most celebrated archi tects of the country, and their setting among the forest trees on tho Porcst Park world's fair site makes a daz zling picture. Tho working plans for theso buildings, which will cost about $8,000,000, are now being prepared, and contracts for their construction will bo lot about Dec. 1. Other building plans are to follow. About $4,000,000 will bo expended on tho grounds In tho next six months. Contracts for this work will be let next month. Supervising architect J. Knox Tay lor of the United States Treasury De partment has made plans for tho gov ernment building and they have been approved by tho government board. The building will be COO feet long, about 160 feet wide and contain about 100,000 squnre feet of floor space, without Interior columns, tho roof bo lng supported on steel truss...

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 November 1901

Train Wrookors (luthrio, Oklii., Nov. II An at tempt wnn umde to wreck tln east bound Chnetitw pntmuugur train near Sliuwnue, Okln., Sunday night by plttalng erowlmrH in the joint of tli 0 tmok. If suceowful llialuiivily lailou train would have been hurled into n deep ravine. Van Hkjtt Two good itnfnrniHli Qjl moiiii. plenum locution. Ad drew, T. if. C. euro Dkmochat. At tf tro Augnt Wei at r this weok lor i:uiiV, oil, glu and wall piper. S- hi nl coiU (H5 1 Lost A bunoli of key on ring. Itoturn to Dbnoout office. tfi Ot At. 21. Mojcaius. See August Worner this week l jNiiilts, oil, glass and wall paper SbW al cost. i'.t'. i t ! 1 . .. l.A .1... I 4 I Hill PIIJIIUB1I IU UWI UIC lunik oflSve's teeth if oho of the ilittiiy botonicnl curiosities of Cey lon. Tlio tree on which it grown is kitown by Ibo signilTcnut nntuc of Hho forbidden fruit," or "Ko' npplo treo." Tho blossom has a vory plrMnn' scent, but the really niniitrknblo feature of the tree, tho ouo to which it owes its name, i...

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. — 13 November 1901

J J ANADARKO DAILY Volume 1 . Anadarko, Oklahoma, November 13. 1901. Number 56. A $2Q.09G ICE PLANT OF TWENTY TONS CAPACITY SOON TO BE -BV5LT IN ANADARKO. ill 11 ,iC I I I i MTURAL LAWS Of Supply and Demand will Make Anadarko l1ut his 100 acres adjoining Law ton j , townsite into business and residence lots and this big addition to the supply will scud prices tumbling downward. The same thing will occur at llobart when lotb gut too high for the poor man to buy. Not I ho, Anadarko. On all sides wc arc BEST TOWN IN NEW COUNTRY Pm,UI1,l,!,, b' ,n,liau lot"M,l" and not before twenty yearH can AT THE CAPITAL. Gov. Jenkins Honors a Requisition From THE GOVERNOR OF INDIANA What at First Scented a Draw Baok Will Prove to Bo Our Salvation Anadarko is easily the first city in the new country in progress, fi nance, morality, and good society. It will only bo a question of time until we arejirst in point of popu lation, it will not be many yearn be fore we are iirstin point of area, and right t...

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. — 13 November 1901

VJ The uiKKixt hi lint over rnartn to a rnllwty company was 31000 cqunr miles, Riven by tlio United States jtov tnimotil to the Union IVulflu railway, which wns opened In I'll "Vlln Innllmi Cnrrl. There Is a iniallpox iniro In Hnp Intul nnd nn liwniotis vlcnr In Kent ban devised "VReclnntlon conceits" for tbo hop nnthnrnra A hanil pliiya In a hit; tent, nnd In it smaller lent lire vac cination olllcem, while the vlrar ami his nMriHtnnts bo through tlio audience, urging the duilrahlllty of vncclnntlo.i. lilt? hnlmrin Cntnti In ttt Writ, Tim salmon catchers on the North I'uclflc coast sometime- catch over r.,000 flsli at onn haul nnd nro comnell rsl to throw thousands hnck for want of seine room. Canneries nro running nt breakneck speed. Labor Is vory penrco and smnll girls ontploycd oa liclpora lire making $3 n day. Onnimnj'n Toliarco llulnt,i. In 1000 Germany exported and In. ported exactly tho same quantity ol edgars namely, 313 tons. A ureal dlf. ference, however, oxlsted In tho q...

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. — 13 November 1901

i News and views 1 The quickest way to convince a man jla to agree with him. A physician always asks a tick man what nils him and then proceeds to charge him 82 for the Information. SAYS MONKEYS DESOEND FROM MEN. murk ri.r.xiiu.K ami i.ahtimi. nun I iiianr uui ui uiun uui uj unntn Defiance itarch you obtain better result than possible with any other brand an J one-third more for same money. The preacher who laats longest Is usually the ono who preaches shortest. I'rafeaanr llaerkel OlrtM Out a New and HlnrtlliiR- Kvolutluu Theory. That Professor KriiBt Hneckel, tho distinguished German naturalist, and the world's greatest living advocate of tho htological thco y of evolution, has rovcrsed hU vl'ws of half a century and taken n stand with I' ofesnor Hu dolf Vlrchow In opposition to Darwin Ism Is the startling announcement made In Paris. It Is stated that dur ing his expedition to Java, begun last The mariner Is always glad U. e,e n lighthouse, but It's tliricrent vlth an actor. It's ...

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. — 13 November 1901

9t )! !! Anadarko Daily Democrat. SHAW & HILL Pum.tntm. lniTt)N P. Shaw, Kdltor J. A. llrr.i. HuhIikm Manager SiTiwrmiTioN Uuish. One ton1 In advance - l.00 rtl III! IllllH In ttllVIUK'O Throe month in imImiiici i!.00 $1.00 ArtvcftUliiK rat est iiibiIi known on itillaMon, Application niiiilo lor truunir.issHin llinmjh tln mails ill tin Mwlo'tieo lit Anftilifko. Okliihoniii, as second-chow rami ' .""t Am.I'ukd, Oki.a., N . l. UI01 !I To Which Must Enter Into Consideration. GROWTH OF HER CITIES. Oaa Oklahoma Comply With the Sofuurinionis of the Law for iliB Admission of States , to tho Union Tin population of the tcriitory in ltHK), m given by tin; I'nited .StAttMl C0IIPUI, WUH .HIN.tHMi. n gain of .4 1 jHtr cent within ten yarn, the grontent poreeiitago "' grain eve niBtlo liy any tat or torni.o in that'longth of lime. Tlu growth of t he cins of tin tei ritory, thu rapid soiU'nm up of many yomoni counties, the opening of Indian lands tlic past mntiucr, which attracted nuuiy thous...

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. — 13 November 1901

James Little. Dealer Hardware, Stoves a.nd m linwarc. Building Material a Specialty. Wo will not hi' timliTwolri. q Street, between flth und Oth. ;ti-::m Dakfry asu Confectionery r First Block East of Lawton 7 ffi W211r n R.R. Track, Lot 6, Block 39 4. F . VV liKC, Frop. l-3m The Palace Bakery. Now opened on li street west of the Court IIoiihc. Fresh Breud alwayH on lumd. All kinds oi' P.-us-tries and Cakes that please the palate Lunch Room in Conivection. Lnnehes at all hours. Cigars and tobacco. Come and see us. C. F. LI NDER, Proprietor. HAVE YOU TRIED "The Annie Darkey" KI-VK-CKNT CIGAR? Put tip In tin foil, ahu.s fresh. If ou don't eo them, call for tlicni. A STREET, NEAR SIXTH. ANADARKO, OKLAHOMA Cl I llCD Il A U P R A STREET. N EAR SIXTH ivui-i-inuil, ""ini-M, .Il-.lin r 1 J.G.INGRAM, Fresh Candies, Cold Drinks, Cigars and Tobacco. DAILY N10WSPAPFUS, STATLONBRY, ETC. B Street, Between Fifth and Sixth. :!i-;im SHOFNER & SON, Have Just Opened Up a New Stock of ... CrROCERIE...

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. — 13 November 1901

"TfWTT"""'"' T pwS'-'W'V" ""' WWJIf tW'fT' fl(rw-wirp!,!r-y-r'- '.i&Wt 1 rrT" lr .- -?""T ' V 1 I: h- f-n Anadarko Daily Democrat 3HAW It MUX, PuVHkw.. ANADARKO, OKLAHOMA. Prince Henry of Prussia was made I full admiral of the German fleet by his brother thu KnlBur, nt the lime of th9 Cznr'H visit to Dantzlg. Lngl Cnrreno, u well known Human loiirnullHt, recently got employment im i day laborer In tho Vatican garden, In order to get material for an article on thu dally llfn of thu l'opn. At Cottn, In Saxony, persons who did not pay their taxes liuit year are piihllHhcd In n list which hangs up In nil restaurants and saloons of thu city. Tho that nro on tho list can Ket neither meat nor drink at these plnces, under penalty of lews of llreusu. Tho Chinese Kveruiueut has en Raged thu services of M. Itutbhnuser, a Swiss utiiUncnr, to build u powder factory, probably at I'cKIn, alto to superintend the rebuilding of thu nr innul at Tlen-Tslu. M. Hutshnuser has been hitherto director 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. — 13 November 1901

ATHLETIC PllEACIIER. REY. WORKMAN, ONE OF THE WORLD'S GREAT RUNNERS. llr Itrrrcitljr VllliquUliPil llifi Host Ills- time. Iluniitirs of Yule find lliiriuril IttMlciiiliitf IVuttirw of l.nclriiitl'it Jttaeut Ventures. Ono of the bait athletes to be fouml I In tbo world today Ih an English I clergyman. Ho la Ilov. Horboit W. LWcrktmui, anil his prowess us a run IRier waa forcibly brought home to Americans at the recout International games at Berkeley Oval, near New York, when tho best athletes of Yale and Harvard met the best men of Ox ford and Cambridge on the Held. Al though the American representatives won a majority of tbo contests, their distance runners were outclassed by ltev. Mr. Workman, who carried tho colors of Cambridge. Ho easily cap tured tho one-half mile and the two mllo events, and In the formor, It Is bclloved, he could have broken tho world's record had ho been pushed rd. 'lev. Mr. Workman Is a typical En- hllsU athletic Christian. That n full- hlcdgod rector of a l...

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. — 13 November 1901

fW.J"V py'iFjcgii, sraDS FWfW"t'J'?lTTfiJ(TSIW-1 TI 1 iy,ii'iyjw iniiiti.-.!ii..l.i,,il,i , I , s B?'t 8 ffj 4 COMING TO ANADARKO Timm: MoMTif hi:i:vjci; nux. )u. Wiixiam Lr.r, DivnNoi'isiir.n TllIIOAT ANll LUNU StJItlll'.ON. KVK AM) UAH r.XIKKT AND Nori'.ll SlM'.l'lAl.lST, Who litis enjowil miuli wonderful siic en In .Japan, l-iuiope, NVw York uml IlliBKtHtO, Will 111' illAllllllUI'kollll lllCH- iluj mid V.m1iiom1ii, No. 'Jfi iiml -7 at Intel Kloieiicc, two tlujs mil, iiml ourj four weeks thereafter. All Invalid who vlnlt tin- eminent hiiful.illmti on Unit iliiti' wHl loooiw tiiiio months hoi lc (in'. Tlii'lr lon experience In the Intuit hospitals n t tiff world enables them toMiecpi-sfiillj treat nil chimin.' disease, such as bron chitis, ustliniii, consumption rlieiinm Usui, sleeplessness, liratn anil nervous xIumihUdii, puraljsls uralni.i, head- tu'hti, lit, St. Vitus' dunce, cancer, tu mor, skin discuses, liieliidlnir fiecklcs, pimples, ulcers, wilt ihi'imi, etc., also lieutt, ...

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