Anadarko Daily Democrat (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 187, Ed. 1, Friday, April 18, 1902 Page: 4 of 8
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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 made for transmission
through the mulls at the postofllcu at
Anidurko Oklahoma as second-class
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
was relieved by the lirst does. It has
ccen a benefit to all my family." W.
II. Smith & Son druggists.
"After using a few bottlos of ICodol
Dyspepsia Curd my wife recoived per-
fect and permanent relief from n scero
and chronic case of stomach trouble"
says J. It. Holly real ostutc insurance
und loan agent of Nacomb 111. "He-
fore using ICodol Dyspepsia Cure tho
could not eat an ordinary meal without
Intense sulTerlng. Sho Is now entirely
cured. Several physicians and many
remedies ha I failed to give rollcf."
You don't havo to diet. Eat any good
good you want but don't overload the
stomach. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will
always digest It for you. W. H. Smith
& Son. druggists.
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AXADAKKO OltLA. Al'ltll. 18 11)02.
The so called reorganize more
properly turned bolters are still
trying to reiiil Hryan out of the
Democrat party but ISryan is ho
tuiK'h larger than these kicking in-
tullecti.il pigmies that they actually
Ret lost in hie shadow lie is fearless
in his advocacy of ilic right and the
manner in which lie goes after
G rover Cleveland the h Milled prop-
het in his corner is ho good and
preeminently so true that wo can
not rental copying it. lie deuouue-
luiu as a traitor nigrate and poli-
tical noiionity. TheaiiiuiUH of the
attack is a letter recently written
by JUr. Cleveland to F. M. KiinnelH
a iAIitsissijipi editor in which tl e
ex-president says ho is overjoyed
"to sec that thu time is fast ap-
proaching when our grand old party
will shake of! the dreadful dreams
that have alliicted it and fight again
as of old the glorious battles of
puio democracy." Mr. lJry.in in
his rejoinder says m part:
Jo understand what hu (Clove-
land; oonitders "dreadful dreams"
and what he regards as "puro de-
mocracy" wo must recall his last
administration l-or four years he
Ktoood between tho people and re-
form; for four years 1:? made the
nliite house tho rendezvous of ettn-
nimr and crafty representatives of
predatory wealth; for four years tho
corporations and syndicates control-
led his administration and forced
nun to veto democratic incisures
and sign republican measures.
lie was charged with the betrayal
of his trust with turning tho party
organization over to Wall street.
and with using the patronage at his
disposal to punish loyal democrats
and to reward leoreant ones. Thu
charge was profered beforo tho rank
and file of the party and ho was
condemned by tho laigest jury that
:it upon a case. The sentence was
coniplet and 0500000 voters sup-
ported the platform which repudi-
ated hisfinanbial policy.
If Mr. CIeoladd thinks that tlie
democratic party is ready to return
to thoiniro into which ho led it.and
in wliioh ho left it let him an-
iiutineo his eandidaoN on any plat-
form he is willing to write and he
can not secure a delegation from a
single state in the union. If his
modesty lorbids his own candidacy
let him name a candidate who will
agree to make his administration
like Mr. Cleveland's second admin-
istraton and ho will not havo a del-
egate in the convention. Tho par-
ty w ill never go back to tho odious
das of 1802 00.
J. T. MOORE & CO.
T. H. Smith
Arelocnl nifcnts for tho Ilome Insurance Co. of New
iirk; (lernuin-Anicrloun of N. Y.i l'hoenlx. or Hart-
ford. Coun Phlluclelphlu Underwriters of In; Scot-
tWi Union A Nut 1 of lldlnburir.. London A Lancashire
of London; SiirlnullcM K & M. Ins Co.. of Muss. -
til ous your lniuranc;o and itct Mio Protebtlon" In one I T MtlflPtf m
ijj of these well known Oid Line" Coiup.inieH M1UUKG tt LU.
Beautify Your Homes.
Every Species of Ornamental and
Fruit Trees sold on a guarantee
by the Star Nurseries of Ottowa
Kans. Apply to Prof. Frank
llosworth Apache O. T. the
DIVERS & TAYLOR
Will for the next .'10 days sell
Brushes Etc. at
20 Per Ct. Dicount From R-cguhr p"
Wall Paper From 4c per Roll Up
The Celebrated Newbury Paint
formerly sold for $1.00 at $1.30.
Paper Hanging Painting and Signs.
Two Doora West Bank of Anadarko
FLOUR. Msuie by
CH1CKASHA MILLING CO.
is the BEST
Ask Your Dealer for it.
LEACH a CO. Agents.
P. WOODAUD President
II. II. BULL Cashier
IIERBEirr D. CROSBY Attorney.
II. B. JOHNSON Vice-President
u u. iJLiuio. jvsnisluul L-asnier.
The First National Bank of Anadarko
Thos. P. Woodard
T. F. Yarnall
P. S. Barbour
II. B. Johnson
II. D. Crosbv
Chtis. L. Kills
Ed B. Johnson
H. II. Bull.
oiine 5 eves i oven:
Cheaper than Ever.
All Kinds of Stoves
Opposite P. 0.
TO BE IN H
GOOD CHEER g
Oklahoma. Brokerage Co.
g E. B. WILCOX Manager. J
H "WHOLESALE AGENTS
g AnheuserBusch Brewing: Assn. g
The Famous Budweiser Beer in Bottles. 3
H the Tony Faust Special Brew in Kegs. 5
H Office and Storage Rooms on 7th St. South Near Boundary.
HE 'phone ae.
Also enrry In stock the following well-lmown brnnds- Tom Moore.
MurKuerltc. lkuiry Georue. capmlura. Little Tom und Josephine.
S ALL MAIL ORDERS ARE VERY PROMPTLY FILLED.
J. S. MAYFIELD CO.
Dealers in the Best
There is In v
Is Prepared to Print vour
Cards and Circulars.
All kinds of
No. 132 Sriiil HM;in.ra.
No. 11 Way Fr't fr.J.awton 11:30 a.m.
No. i:H Way I'tvlght. . .. 3:30 a.m.
No. 13iMall from Law-ton.. (1:20 m.
No. 129 Mall from Lawton.. 0:10 a.m.
Nu ;3.1 Way Freight 11:13 a.m.
No '31 Mail 3:30 n.m.
No ..13 Way Fr'tfr. Lawton 3:16 n.m.
"ally. Othors daily except Sunday
Q. B. Bartloy Agnt- '
?Sb $? $?
One Minute Cough Cure
For CoufftMrCalds and Creup.
Will recclvo careful atteutlon. All wo ask "
Is a trial. Then compare our work nnd
prices with tho work and prices of our
JOHN PPAFP 3c SONS
Havo the Exclusive Agency for Simmons Hard
Lisk's Anti-Rust Tinware Ocean Wave Wash-
era Siberia Hefngcrntors.Pcniiisiilar Stoves
Colo's Original Holast Stoves
Stearns Paints and Dcerfoot Paints.
Wo Carry a Full Lino ofllardwaro.
METROPOLITAN CLVB SALOON.
Cow Boy Saloon's Old Stand.
Corner Seventh and C Street.
Come one Come all.
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Shaw, Preston P. Anadarko Daily Democrat (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 187, Ed. 1, Friday, April 18, 1902, newspaper, April 18, 1902; Anadarko, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc81805/m1/4/: accessed September 19, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.