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PERSONAL AND LITERARY. THIRD FIRE AT DUflOAN,
The life of William Dlnck the novel
1st, ia to be written by one of hit old
est friends, Sir Wenijss-Iteld.
Seventeen yean after its first appear
ance Auntln Dodson lin revised lil
"Henry Flcldlnjr a Memoir," and ndd
d aome raKnients of Information dls
covered ulncc the book a written.
Eugene V. Smith, a full-blooded
Oneida Indian, him entcrrd a medical
college In Milwaukee and "III when
Undiluted be one of the wry few red
men who linve fitted tlieniM-lves to
Joseph Chamberlain, the English
statesman, feels, and often expresses
profound contempt for Ury persons.
I would rather work with an idiot
than with an Idler," (jnotli "llmniiiiii
fern .)oe" recentlj.
l'rof. Charles Vllllerc Htimford. who
succeed the late Sir Arthur SullUitu
as conductor of the Leeds musical fes
Ileal, It a native of Dublin, and since
1887. has held the chair of music at the
University of Cambridge.
Mlchssl Divltt, who lent his right arm
1b a manufactory when he wus onl) ten
ysara old. writes a siUKlilsrly clear
hand, only distinguishable by ltn su
periority from tha oidlnary wrltlug
of psoplt who havt both hands, but
only use tin right for writing.
Ous night at the Oarrlck club a num
ber of the members nert discussing the
merit of a new Hamlet who had ap
peared that evening. V. S. Gilbert had
taken no part In the arguments, fur or
against. At last one of the others ven
tured: "Well, Ullbert, what do you
think of his Hamlet?" "Oh," respond
ed the witty librettist, "I think It was
funny without being vulgar."
Literary llotton has been paying con
siderable attention to "the two Win
ston," who have been together lately
in that-city, Winston Spencer Church
ill, who won fame recently through
hit war correspondence In South Africa
and is relating hi experiences on u
lecture tour, and Winston Churchill of
"Jtlchard Carvel" fame, it seems, struck
up a friendship, and on several ocou
Ion went about arm In arm.
An Entire Block Burned
Morning with a Loss
Ardinore, I. T., Sept. '-'7 Imi
can, a Chicago Hook Inlaw! anil IV
eilie, railroad town, Iisih MilTered tlit!
third eonllagration thin year. I' in'
il Mciivi-rcil tli ih niorninir in a wsuo-
room, humeri an entire Mock, in
cluding tin' poHtolliee. Tin town
w.'ih without Hie protection. The
tUl Ioh8 in eHtiinated at 18.000,
- - J. 8. Mayfield
of $18,000 J
2all2jE B. Mayer &.nd Bro.
For Clean and Fresh Groceries.
You will Snve Money by it. Goods Delivered It -e
' Lot 10, Block 27, "C" Street.
Lumber, Shingles, Lime,
Cement, Paint, Sash,
Roofing and Bois
A Poultry Show For Guthrie m
iJuthrie, O. T., Sept. 'J7. Thej
Mcventh annnnal meeting of the Ok
lahoma State Poultry and. Hilgian Material we i'lirniHli on a Building is Select.
Hare uiuticiiitioii will lie held here your Patronage.
. n T. I.. I TIM
January i to , ineiiiHive
We carry Frenh, Up-to-date Stock and every Piece of
ecutive committee will meet here
October 111 to arrange the program.
llartle it Sutton carry a line line
of wliinkien. They are leaders in
their line. See them on the north
JAPS WILLING TO STUDY.
HcasoM Whf Tlirj- I. earn the HukIIsb
LaasuiS, Fuller Than tbr
"1 asked' u Tery intelligent and
lilghly educated Japauese the other
duy why hln countrymen seemed to
learn KiigliNh so much more t-uslly
lhan the '"Miiie do," fiild a Ximt Or
leana Tlmes-Democrnt reporter. "Ill
reply wim interesting. 'The language
in Just us dllllciilt for one race as It is
for the other,' he said, 'but I In- Jap
uneso are willing to study and the
Chines Hie not. Nearly all tht
Chine,- who npeak Knglish have
picked it up by our, no their pronun
ciation Ih, of course, very Imperfect
and their vocabulary small. They are
not u ttudiuu ruce nud will not tuke
the pain to ltsirn a language thor
oughly, liurdly any of their upper
cIbb ottlcers except a few of their
foreign minister speak KnglUh, and
it la next to imposglblo to find a
Cbtnuuiiui who can read it. With iib,'
he added, 'It It entirely different.
We study Kngllah systematically at
all our schools, and nearly every edu
cated Japanese is able to read It, even
if he can't converse in the tongue.'
Thnt surprised me and I asked him
for some further explanation.
" 'Well, It la this way, he said. 'Wc
linve imihy Japanese, scholura who
liiakfa a business of teaching KnglUh
hundred of them all over the na
tion but the trouble Is that they
have learned the language out of
books themselvrs and do not know
rtnw- to speak it correctly. So, in
Jupuu you will find any number of
people who can reud ami write Kug
llsli with grcut readiness, but com
paratively imv can convene easily In
It. 1 spent four years studying the
language from books, anil then had
to spend a. great deal of additional
time In learning the pronunciation.'
1 naked him whether Japanese was
harder to acquire than KnglUh and
he smiled. 'I never experienced any
trouble myself In learning Japanese,'
he replied, with a twinkle in hU eye,
but, seriously, 1 would say yes, it Is
good deal harder. 1 never met a
Kuropean who could apeak It with
iiy fluency ,' In answer to nnothcr
question lie said that English was
undoubtedly the better language of
the two tor the expression of ideas,
and tho reason he gave struck me as
buing- vory practical. 'In Japanese,'
be said, 'every written character
stands for some . i.t certain thing and
rtut b meiutriied independently.
Our great poets do some wonderful
things with It, but there is no deny
ing the fact that It Is greatly lacking
in whut might be called flexibility.
It U my mother tongue, yet I find it
easier to express many of my
thought in English.' "
Women ma Hint Doctors,
One of the latest schemes of a clever
woman forced to earn her own living
is establishing herself as a bird doc
tor, Cauurles are her specialty, and
she has established a hospital where
she attends to the ills of these pets.
Ilroken limbs, disordered digestive ap
paratus, eatarrhandfeer are treated
by the woman with benefit to the
birds und profit to herself. Other song
bird and house pets, and even the re
pulsive parrot, are treated forthrlrail
ment Uj this bird doctor, who U sild
to he the only woman in the world roak
intra specialty of this business. So well
established Is her fame in this direction
tliHt the makes visits to Philadelphia,
ItOKton and other citle, when called,
and has established a regular client
ele there, as wejl as here, among deal
er, -who uiuke tho handling of birds an
iiicti.etit to their other business, as ia
the case at tome of the department
torei. '. V. Tims.
Mr. and .Mra. Hyer left Sunday
for KaiiH.iH City to buy a large mock
of hIioch. They will shortly open
an exclusive iriioe Htorehero. They
all believe Mining in Anadarko.
The Anadarko Itrick Co., marie
their li rut brick Saturday afternoon.
Tlienc are the lirnt ever made in the
city. The yard's located on the al
lotment tiled on by Nov. Methvin
ax guardian for an Indian hoy named
Frank I). Methvin.
Leave your orders for cakes and
delicacies with the Anadarko Mak
The May Held Lumber Co. have
just unloaded several ears of as line
lumber as can be found in Okla
homa. It is now stacked in their
yards on east 15. street.
THE STAR SALOON,
.1. M. IIOKTSIIOUN'K, rop.
Fine Whiskeys, Wines ahd Cigars.
BLATZ BEER ON DflOUnHT.
W. H. Edwards,
PEAL ESTATE. RENTALS
AND CHATTEL LOANS.
Over I'irst National Hunk.
Tel. No. 1.
JAMES E, GAULE,
OpMi4lte i'oMolllce. Aimilnrko, Oklu.
Territory of Oklahoma (
Count of Caddo ""
To whom it may concern:
Notice - Hereby given thm Clark
Mincer bus tiled his petition In the
clerks otllce of said county, utklng for
r license Iom'II malt, spirituous Uipton.
al retail on lot 8, block fill, In the town
of Hrldgexrt, In said county and terri
tory, and that unless remonstrance or
protest be tiled as pro lded by law on
or beforotho Hth day of October 1901,
said petition wfll bo granted.
Dated this tho. 10th day of Sept. 1TO1.
D.ke Halllnger, County clerk.
Territory of Oklahoma, (
County of Caddo t '
Notice Is hereby given that J. C. Me
Cilnley has tiled in the olllee of the
county clerk his application tniell Malt
Spirituous and Vinous Illinois ut retail
uH)ii lot N". ti, In block No. 1 now divi
sion in the town of Apache, Caddo,
Oklahoma Territory and that unlee,
remonstrance or protest is Hied in my
otllce before October 1.1th, 1!N1, -aid
petition will be grunted imp lice ne l
Djke Halllnger, County Cluik.
Per J.C. liendryx. Deputy.
Dr. W. W.KERLEY,
PKysicinrv and Surgeon.
A Kpeeialty of Discuses of 15yo,
Utir, Nose and Throat.
Kansas Steam Laundry
Pine work and promptly delivered.
Short Time Loans, Real
Estate and Rentals.
Lot 'J0, I Hock H.
Dr. K. B. MITCHELL,
Physician and Surgeon,
Otllce. Hooiii :. Miler Hlk., North- A.
cast of Courthouse Square.
Residence, Lot IH Hloek.'t:!.
VORIS and HUTCHISON
Real Estate and
Ten years expi'ruMii'e in
rniiiitf ami Hurvcyinpr.
We can locate .ion on ihort notiei
to the be-t ailMililuce.
Lot II. r.loek IH, Allildiirki
The Red F5eiiii
Russell &l Hollinshed, Proprietors.
NEW RIGS AND FAST HORSES. EVERY
THING UPTO DATE.
The Ony Livery Service in Anadarko,
Give Us a Call;
East B Street.
" A. W. MVLLIK1N & CO.,
H 3-Tiisd V)ti5B-ic: St t
llnvu you willed at our place to-day? We handle a lull linu ol
Wines, Whiskeys and Cigars.
Fancy Drinks Mlw. rt ar he Boys.
ILLER BROS. BAR
A Full Lino of
"WHISTCISyS, WINES &
Fnuoy Drinla a Specialty 3d Door in Millor likvk
' Ji. V
i r f.
Look down the Line
ut our "Smokes."
Henry CJeorge Oo
Little Tom Tie
Tom Moore I (Jo
I'ontella .". fie
MnndiullV Spinola Be
(irand IMareh Bo
t'luh llouii! B(
Factory Seal fie
The lhichelor Ille
(olden Crown lOe
Serana Uavtiua 10c
Territory of Okluhomu
To Whom it may Concern:
Notice is horoby given that Robert
W. Otto, has filed his petition In the
clerks olllee of nU county, asking for u
licence to sell malt, spirituous and vin
ous lkiuors, ut retnll ujion lot 'JJ, block
61, in the town of Bridgeport, ald
County nd Territory, and that unlei
remoustraneo or protet l tiled as pro
vided by Uw on or before the 12th day
of October, 1001, said petition will be
Dated thlxthe 28th day of Sept. 1P01.
J. W. Wilson,
Farthest place west, north ol'
Lowest Prices Quoted
ii ihI I jM ,'i,
, JLi.!.mL O.J
Mrs. W. E. Gilshaw, Proprietress.
Tke weuesf FlaLce an the City.
2nd Room In Miller Block.
13 Strecf 1
DUNCAN & LEONARD,
HARDWARE AND IMPLEMENTS.
The Most Complete and lTp-To-l''ite. Stock of lhiilder'n
Hardware in the city. A complete line ol' tireat Western
Stoves. In fact everything thai i carried in a" General
llurdwa.ro Store. liringtiHyonr Bills to ligurc on,
WADSWOItTH & SMITH.
Contractors, Builders and Paper Hungers.
(Jive u n trial.
All wot I; Oiiu'i.uiceil
U t IS. ttlo'uli BS. South of Sqimro.
You like It( KiTII'S t)VSTKI!S. Wc mtvk theiii in iiii Sulc. Knll lim
of t'onfectliinsnnd Fniit-.. Ilit Short Unlet- place in town. Sic fur 'di, ,(.!:
Territory of Oklahoma (
County of Cadi o J
To Whom It May Concern:
Notice U hereby given that I'. A.
I'arkerund W. W. Coffej, under the
firm of Parker V CotTej, have tiled
their dctltlon in the clerk otllce ol
cald county, unking for u licetihc to oell
Malt liiiuor at whoieMile, on lot 17,
block 27, in the town of Andarko, said
County and Territory, and that unices
remount ranee orprotcot Ih Hied as pro
vided by law on or before the 12th duj
of OoloU'r, 1D01, sld petition will be
Dated, thin tho 2Mb day of Sept. 1W1,
pyWe Ballinper. County clerk.
11:4.1 u. in.
;i:.'!0 p, m.
Passent'cr to Chiukieha J 41a, m.
M Ixed Train $s','Wfl' m
KOHT JJILU Tltft ' ,
To Fort Sill .'W.f' &'. u
From Fort Sill
A New Cigar Factory
will he.Pennaaiontly locato'd
hei-e in fow days juid so
HcitH yotir palronitgo.
Anadarko Favorite. '
, Will he two of their good
brands. Botji are good
! Smokers for fi cents.
F. F. Painter.
"IV Street Fast of Lawton
Wanted &i ice
bUO Men to Smoke
Cigar. fc. Made mi Anadarko
BENNETT Sc BETRY,
WH0I.B8ALB AND RETAIL GRO'JERS,
We will try to Pleak' yon. Call and nee ns. S. K. Cor
Pt.sl Otlice Block.-
Agency Enid Steam Laundry. ,
Malt VAL BLATZ FAMOUS
TAYLOR & CUMMINGS,
u m rfiiTMT m r
a. kft. sjiup su .I i Kkg, LU.5
CONTRACTORS A N D BUILD Kits
DWELLINGS A SPECIALTY.
Corner of C and 7th Streets.
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
Notfiej I'tilillc, faddo eounty. Com-jniisumei-
of Deeds foe the Stato of
'r.oc r,. Vn... Vnl
V .l,n ..i.vt ..,, ui n.
iante ex ooone.
The Up-to-Date GENTS' . FURNISHERS,
We Sell the "Noxall" and "Clay" Shirts,
and the "Thoroughhred" Hath.
Also a Nice Lino of Men's and Boys' Shoes.
ooiitn Mile ol u Mrect, Anadarko, OklahJ