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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 2 June 1902

'Delivered at the McKinley Funeral In Canton. A SWEET AND TENDER STORY, MrlUnlfj's DuTOtlun to Ills Innlltl Wltv llutr tlio Drutl Stulemiiuii llecuin ' n Christina The World's Urljf Oter Our utlou's lAtnt. The following Is the full text of the sermon of Dr. C. E. Manchester at the McKinley funeral In Canton Thursday Our President Is dead. "The Fllrr cord la loosed, tlio Koldcn bowl Is broken, the pitcher Is broken at the fountain, the wheel broken at the clsti-rli, the mourn ers go about the streets " "One voice Is henrd a wall of sorrow from nil the hind, for the beauty of Israel Is slain upon the high places. How are the mlKhty fallen! I am distressed for thee, my brother Very pleasant hast thou been unto me." Our President Ib dead We con hardly believe It W hnd hoped and prned, and It nemed that our hope-; were to be realized and our prayers answered, when the emotion of joy was chaiiKcd to one of grave apprehension. Still wc waited, for wo said, "It may bo that Clod .will be gra...

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. — 2 June 1902

"I3igiir creek rras bank full and jamed fording for flcvcraldayn. JSeldon llowerrt and wife will leave J'rrday for a nborl visit to frirnuln in l'crry. 3Jingr waH visited with two of ibu Jirdent rains of the season "Wediii-eday and Tliumltvy nijjlitH. A. W. WatcrH and K. C. Mo Wil- liatuH made a trip to Kl Keiio Fri day -via Uridguport. .J.J. Carwon of Hlackwell drove q from Anadaiko Friday to Hpend -i few days in Bingcr, he left Mon-. .lay fur home. ' Si. ti. Jackson of Anadarko, can ditUln for Probate Judge wan in viwai Sunday mixing with the dein- "Wilbur Tallnuui left Saturday morning for Mo. where ho wac'call- t the In-nlsido of bin mother wlioJHtieiiouHly ill. -ALFreemaii, Guy Walter, Geo. rihaucr, Frank Freeman and Joe Viu-Km Haw tlieoluphant in Anadar lvij Bat in day. Ifhc citizens rained a neat sum Suimday for a. large flag or Mem orial day anil expect to have it by 1 .hat. time. t JJuh ItlniikeiiHhip road overseer I'orJi'eiii Township rueeived the nciaper yeHlerday and wil...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 3 June 1902

Anadarko Daily Democrat VOL. 1. ANADARKO, CADDO CXX, OKL.A., JUNK U, 15)02. NO. 220. OJ I P i . &. 0 SHIRT WAIST ...BARGAINS... They comprise the most popular styles and fabrics of this season's make. They are the broken sizes of our best sellers. They are extraordin ary bargains. They are the choicest goods at nearly half price. These are small lots and will soon be sold out. If you want one of these choice waist at these low prices MUST HURRY. A few each of those fine embroidered Silk, Mull and Silk Mixed Madras Waists, which we sold early in the season at $4, $?.50 and $3, will be closed out now at $2.50 Fancy Madras and Silk Mixture Waists, formerly $2.50, reduced now to $1.98 Fancy Madras and Percale Waists, formerly $2.00 and 1.7!, reduced now to $1.48 All Waists formerly $1.25 and $1.50, reduced now to 98C fv-mv. j' pBBbftXe ym &M$ uiaxXiy nB. I n i rfis ' rH fV"JT3! im.yun b iFBM r m .P. S. We are Sole Agents for Queen Quality and Clover Brand Shoes. HARRY & FATT...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 3 June 1902

Ill '! """J m y from I Thtodore Ttcosc-delt's Father. Theodore Roosevelt is tho youngest American citizen wlio Iihh over boon cnlled to tlio bend of our nntlon. lie was horn In Now York City, October 27, 1858, IiIh father, after whom ho wns named, being n prominent merchant, n patriot, a philanthropist, anil a mov Iiik spirit In tho Civil War The elder Theodore Hoo3cvelt went to Washing ton after tho first Ilattlo of Dull Hun, ami warned Picsldent Lincoln that ho miiflt get rid of Simon Cameron as Sec retary of Wnr, with tho result that Mr Htnntou, tho "organizer of vic tory," took his place. When tho war was fairly under way, it was Thcodoro Iloosevelt who organized tho allotment plan, which saved the families of eighty thousand soldiers of New York Stnto more than live million dollars of their pay; and when i hi war was over ho protected tho soldiers against the sharks tlint lay in wait for them, and saw to it that they got employment. Through his inllucnca tho Now York nowsboys' ...

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. — 3 June 1902

, I w The Past GUARANTEES The Future The Fct Tht St. Jacobs Oil Has cured thousands of casssof Rheumatism. Cout. Lumbago, Neuralgia. Sciatica, Sprains, Bruins and other bodily aches and pilns Is a guarantee that It will cure other cases. It Is safe, sure and never filling. Acts like magic Conquers Pain 'Price, 25c -anil 30c. BOLD BY ALL DEALERs'lN MEDICINE. PRICE, 25 c. Unpleasant remarks are by no means remarkable. Agents and solicitors should not fall to rend adv. of Household Guest Co. In this paper. .Their offer is very liberal. What liab the wenthor dona that it should bo talked about so much. Sonic men are like razors too sharp for their own good. Airs Wlualow's Soothlnp; Syrup. Tor children trethlngr, roftenn the eumi, reduces In flamluatluu, alia) a pain, cure wind colic. 23c a bottle. If -tho way to a man'r heart is through his stomach, the way to his head is through his stomach. YELLOW CLOTHES AIIU CNSIU1ITL.Y. Keep tlieru white with Ked Cross Hull lllue. All grocers bell ...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 3 June 1902

-1" -'- - (ANADARKO DEMOCRAT. SHAW & BLANKENSHIP, PublUhm. PRESTON P. SHAW. Editor. L. D. BLANKENSHIP. MnnnRor, SUHSCItllTION HATES DAILY. Ono yo:ir In udvanco - - l00 Six months la ndvnnco - 2.00 Three months In advanco l.OO WEKKhV PUIIWIIIKI) BVIJKY THUltS- DAY. rn Your $1.00 Six Months Three- Months 2T Advertising rates nmdo known on application. Knterert lit the postolllco lit Ana dnrko, Oklahoma, ns mjcomI-cIiiss mull in utter. Anadarko. Oki.a.. Jrsi: :i, 11)02. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. von cuNGiir.ss vm. m. ci:oss. ... ANNOUNCEMENTS ... ron ritoiiATi: judok Vorilo V. Hurdciistlo iiuiiouiiees liU cundidiiov for the nomination of Pro onto .Tiiiljjo of Cnddo county Milijeut to tho action of the Democratic conven tion J nno 0th. Wo tiro authorized to uniiouuco M. N. Glsh of Aiiadurko, a candid, to for ' tho nomination of Prohnto .Tuilpi of Cnddo county, subject to tho action of tho Democrat convention Juno 0. roll TitKASUitm. vo uro anthorl.ed to announce Morris Loo Hlto of Vt. Cobh...

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. — 3 June 1902

'' '-ww I" I - $ LOCAL NEWS. s J. L llarston left for his homo today. The Douglas special at Karhearts on C street. iilOtf Tlio mail from the north will ar rive today. Karhcart carries a fine line of fruits and confectionery on C St. The river fell only about three inches last night Wanted A man to break land near town. Enquire at this office. Mr. and Mrs. C S. Williams drove out in the country todav. Go to Silver Moon Restaurant on C street for square meals. lit 111 Col. Fred aid us i pleasant visit this morning. Window shades 15 cents. Ana darko Furniture Co. l(!2tf A. A. Duulap arrived in the city today from Calwell, Kansas. For sale cheap Some air slack lime foi sanitary purpose. J. S, JMayfield Lumber Companys old stand. 221tf Tell your friends to order the Democrat the only six column paper in the city. Dainty confcctionarics and a full line of choice fruits at Karhearts place on C street. 185tf Councilman Watkins is in favor of fair play in the administration of city affairs....

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 3 June 1902

inadarko Democrat. t SHAW HIM., Publishers, ANMUHKO, - OK LA OULAIIOMAAM) INDIAN TKUItlTOItY Oklahoma ban more tlinn S?00,000 In its treasury. Tlio Sno nml l'ox payments will lie iiituli aliinit October IB. The KIks of Gutlirlc arranged ustrcut carnival for October T. (luthrin Is crowded with parties who want to take lenses uu school lands. Illshop llanitltoii presides at the Ok lahoma !. 12. conference held lit Shawnee- An Irishman with only one leg, smashed ii blatant anarchist at Krem lin. A, T. Atwood, a fanner north of Knld, was held up and robbed whileon his way home. A territorial warrant has been Issued to pay for the care of the Insane during the past quarter. .Miss Imogen Green, daughter of "Cannon Hall" Green, is a cleric in the n-hool land ollice. An Illinois Society of Oklahoma has been formed at Oklahoma City with 80 charter members. The ri-ceipta of the school lanu olllco on one day last neck were $'.'0,000 foi st hool laud lenses, ItitMUCHH done al Alvn has noticeabl...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 3 June 1902

1 II 1 i .1 t J A & TO-1JAY, Youre Rolnp to start for the top of the hi. I And Maon your name to the world All obstacle parsed by the strength of your will, lour banner triumphant unfurled loull ninjc to tho brcezfes that How from the sky 'All never earth-taint:,) you say: 7,119 noble ana grano? and delightful; but , why . . , nut why don't you, do It. to-day? The Rood that you think and the good that you do ,,Aro millions of lone miles apart; V hat (food to the earth. If you're Rood and you're true nut never outride of your heart? The generous deeds you Intend to per form ,: ,Ar? all very lovely; but say, 'v hlle your soul Is so high and your heart is so warm, hy don't you perform them to-day? i The PennyrilB People. BY GEORGE BINGHAM. (Copyright, 1901, by Dally Story rub. Co.) Tho September nlr was richly scent ed with pale bhio smoke which drifted from tho old log barns tho tobacco crop was being cured Most of the hill lipids In the Pennyrlle end or Kentucky havo been cultiva...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 3 June 1902

Cheap Pork Production. 3nrlntf tho recent meeting In this city iT Uio Tcxns Swine Breeders Ashoci- allon,tliosublectof Rrecn feed for hogs Tcoclvctl considerable ultentlon, nnil Slwres tlie claim of thu oxprienced fceil- vrsllial by tho ums of Intelligently pre- wred pasturage tho cost of wk pro- vlnctlon could be cut down to less (liun -i cents u pound. The following p plies to nil the agricultural part of Tais uh well lis TxuIsjui awi Miould lioniul by every farnrcr In Uie Stilted "JVro artichokes, chufus iml'Oblicr comiMirltlvely new crops owt'o :prtt Uble for the southern hog wi-sor iDtan cam, hMfct potatoes, poanuts.und th -wwell known wutber tihV Wlmt ile cheapest, way to amiko ipnrk In tlm Gulf Mutes? Tiirsstiwry ws re xccnlly answered as follows initbe Ilur h! Kew Yorker l.y D tractor William C stubbx, of tho Loulfama station: W liavo had extomJvo cncrwlonco toailie growing of what might lio called Urn forogo crops for 1ik nntlntock pur iwrexaad Um wicli voilHiHi nvtj have I...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 4 June 1902

Anadarko DeJly Democrat. 1 vol. a, ANADAHKO, C'Aimo CO., OKL.A.. .Il'NR -I. 11)02. & NO. 227. ft i k it I U V I ' b M I t 1 1 f r l! f 1 I JL kJ JL SHIRT WA ..BARGAINS... INTERESTING TALES, liii,Mi They comprise the most popular styles and fabrics of this season's make. They are the broken sizes of our best sellers. They are extraordin ary bargains. They are the choicest goods at nearly half price. These are small lots and will soon be sold out. If you want one of these qhoice waist at these low prices MUST HURRY. A few each of those fine embroidered Silk, Mull and Silk Mixed Madras Waists, which we sold early in the season at $4, $J.SO and $J, will be closed out now at $2.50 Fancy Madras and Silk Mixture Waists, formerly $2.50, reduced now to $1.98 Fancy Madras and Percale Waists, formerly $2.00 and $1.75, reduced now to $1.48 All Waists formerly $1.25 and $1.50, reduced now to 98C Colonel Frank C. Fre'd Writes of the Life of Capt. Black Beaver. CHIEF OF DELEW ARE'S An Honest I...

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. — 4 June 1902

nrtfiTULiffif""1 '" " '" y Tom Theodore "Rcost-Oelt's Father. Theodore Iloosovolt la tho youngest American citizen who 1ms ever been called (o tho head of our nation. lo was liorn In New York City, October 27, 18G8, Ills father, after whom ho was named, being a prominent merchant, r patriot, a philanthropic, and n mov Ini; spirit In tho Civil Wur. Tho elder Thcodoro Itoosovclt went to Washing ton nftcr the llrnt Ilattlo of Hull Ilun, und warned President Lincoln that ho must Bet rid of Simon Cameron ns Sec retary of War, with tho result that Mr. Stanton, tho "organizer of vic tory," took his place. When tho war wns fairly under way, It was Thcodoro Itoosevelt who organized tho allotment plan, which saved tlio families) of eighty thousand soldiers of Now York State moio than live million dollars of their pay; and when . io war was over ho protected tho soldiers against tho sharks that lay In wait for them, nnd naw to it that they got employment. Through his Influence tho Now York now...

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. — 4 June 1902

ll I & u ,a The Past GUARANTEES The Putuco Thef Fsct That St. Jacobs Oil Hss cored thousands of cases of Rheumatism, Gout, Lumbato. Neuralgia, Sciatica, Sprains, Bruises and other bodily aches and pains Is a guarantee that It vlll curs other cases. It Is safe, sure and never faillnc. Acts lite matte (Conquers Pain .'Price, 35c.nrtd.50c. ' ' BOLD BV ALL DEALERS IN KEMCTKE. PRICE, 25 c. UnpleaMintircmnrhs arc by 110 means remarkable. A gents mnd solicitors Should -not 'fall -to rreiul adv. of Household Guest Co. lu this .paper. JThelr.ofTor is .very liberal. What liab the wenthar idono -that it tbhoultl betitlUeil about so lunch. -Some men arc like razors too sharp foritbuir .own good. fllrmWInalon'a Soothing Syrup. ll'or II iffc IJL illlll olitlilren teellitnir, loftenMhe kiiim, reduce In- dance any man who will try conclu-nuattun,allii)sputn.curesttliidi-ultc. 25ca buttle " .in .flam If -the way to a man's heart is through iliis stomach, the way to ihis lliend ib through his sto...

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. — 4 June 1902

ANADARKO DEMOCRAT. SHAW & BLANKENSH1P, Publlihm. PRESTON P. SHAW, - Editor. L. D. BLANKENSHIP, Mnnanor, SUI1SCU1PT10N HATBS DAILY One ye- r In advance - - 91.00 Six months In advance - 82.00 Three months in ndvunco $1.00 WEUKtjY PUIIU-tllKl) KVIHIY TIIUHS DAY. One Year $1.00 Six Months M Threo Months -" VOH I'OINTY ATTOIlNllY. 1 urn nciiiidldato for County Attornoy subject to tliiMleeislon of tho Democratic convention June 0, 1002. W. I. MATIIKSY. Wo nro authoried to nunounco J. II. Id' it u ciindldntc for tho iioniluu tlon of County Attorney of Ciiddo oounty, subject to tho action of tho Deinoerut convention, June 0, 1002. Wo nro uuthorUed to iinnouneo the ciindldiiey of Curl Ulltseh for tho nonilniition of County Attornoy of Ciuldo oounty, Oklahoma, subject to tho not ion of tho Deniooratie eonven tlon Juno 0. Advertising rules nmdo known on application. Kntored ut tho postolllco at Ana durko, Oklahoma, us second-ohm mull mattor. Anadakko. Okla.. .lrsi: l, 1002. DEMOCRATIC TIC...

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. — 4 June 1902

LOCAL NEWS. Tliu Dunging Mticcinl at K:irlic:utH Oil C HtlL'Ct. 210tf t Mr. and Mm. I. A. Kncss payed , tlit' Deinoeiat a plfaant call today. . Earlieart catries a tine lino of " fmit and coufectionerv on C St. m Wanted A man to break land t near town. Enquire at thin olliee. ' !4k (in to Silver Moon Restaurant on f J street for square incalf". lOllf fj Window nliadcs 10 cents, Ana- larko FuriiHuie Co, iC2tf iMr. Phillips a pi inter from Law toll is in the city and called on the Dcmociat. For sale client) Some air slack ljine foi sanitary purpose. .1. S. Maytield Lumber Uon panys old utaml. i!2ltf Notice the color of Dr. Mitchells mustache now. He had it done at the C0111111ctui.il barber shop. Dainty confectionarics and a full line of choice fruits at Kailiearts plaeo on Cstteet. 185tf Buy bread from Ingrain fc Hoff man. 2eents and 4 cents a loaf. ll5tf Bread is now a and 4 cents a loaf at Ingram & Hoffman's. IDotf For general hardwaie and tin , wotk, go to .1. 13. 5. Cae, (lis...

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. — 4 June 1902

Nil AW A 1111,1,, 1-uhlUlicro. ANVDMIKO, . - OKI.A OKLAHOMA AM) INDIAN TICKIllTOIlV Oklahoma has mori tlmii 8500,000 In its treasury. 'I'ho Snu nml Vox payment will be made about October 1.1, The Klks of Guthrie arranged u street carnival for October 7. Guthrie is crowded wllli parties who Wllllt t ttlUt" lc'lSCS ou school IiuiiIh. Bishop llnmlltoii presides at the Ok liihoinii M, 1), conference held ut Shaw lire. An Irishman wltli only one leg, smashed ii lilntnnt anarchist at Krem lin. A. T. Atwood, ii farmer north of llnld, was held up mid rubbed whlleon his wny home, A territorial warrant has been Issued to pay for the care of the insane during the past ipiarter. Miss Imogen (ireen, daughter of "Cannon Hall" (iieen, Is a cleric In the school land ofltce. n Illinois Society of Oklahoma bus been farmed at Oklahoma City with 80 iliarter members. ' The receipt of the school land ollleo on one day last week wore 830,000 for school land leaobb. Ituslness done at jAlva has noticeably i...

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. — 4 June 1902

i 1 , 1 0-UAY. "You're going to start tor tin top of the lull Anil tlaznn Vftilr nnmp tn fh tvnrl.l i V All obstn1r passed by tlio stretiKth of iT & , your will, iiur nanncr irtumpnani unmripu lou'll runic to the breezes that flow from tho sky All never eorth-tnlnted you say; Tls noblo and grand and delightful; but why don't you do It to-day? Tha jrood that you think and the good that you do Ar millions of long mile apart; hat good to tho arth, If you're good and you're true nut never outside of your heart? T-he generous deeds you Intend to per form Are all very lovely; but say. while your soul Is so high and your heart Is so warm. Why don't you perform them to-day? The Pennyrile People. BY GEORGE BINGHAM. (Copyright. 1901, by Dally Story Pub. Co.) Tho September air was richly scent til with palo bluo smolco which drifted ;rom tho old log barns the tobacco crop was being cured. Most of the hill Holds In tho Pennyrile end of Kentucky have been cultivated to death, and allowed to ...

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. — 4 June 1902

Mr. watt MncM nm Wanted th Straight Truth. "3htrral old railroad men were to- ,Uhjt lI a down-town cafe when fiaMKr no of them remarked, "I Bowyuu'vo all heard of William 12. J.itfMad of Scranton, formerly gen- tJl-n.'nnccr of tie Delaware, 1-ackn- hm tiiid Western. Tho boys uwd .a-all Ihlin tko "old man.' lie newr rMI anfch, bnt o always meant what lie -MM, anJ ke wanted tho straight "trtBlu Tcmctnbor ono time n conduc- lartM a through freight wished to 150 Imm. jurty that night, bo be kept his :ula-oing at about thirty miles aa iiwEr. whJch was way ahead of the -scbtfJe. "Tho old man called linn up ialttre amoral ng. ""31jnt -was your hurry last might?' fits ttftftMilt. ""Well, to tell tho truth, 1 -wanted i "! party.' "U oop you got there on time,' uaM altend, with a Bmllo, .and that was ad thrro was to It. au Jinothor tlmo an engineer stolo stums T,erso from a farmer, llnlstcnd !--r1nd of It and called lire man to "UMcnHce. ld you get any geese out Put "li wny?? ho asked. "4 all...

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. — 5 June 1902

Anadarko Daily Democrat. & J VOL. 1. :i ANADARKO. CADDO CO., OKLA., Jl'NE 5, !li)02. & NO. 228. fr h f t H 1 H ..It A f 1 , 1' SHIRT WAIST ...BARGAINS... A few each of those fine embroidered Silk, Mull and Silk Mixed Madras Waists, which we sold early in the season at 4, $3.50 and $3, will be closed out now at $2.50 Fancy Madras and Silk Mixture Waists, formerly $2.50, reduced now to P. S. We are Sole Agents for Brand $1.98 98C ...GO TO... Dad's Restaurant FREE.! . (IMPORTED JAPANESEinAPKINS- hurchjsuppers SKIETT DINNERS ToifWHtcir lEAL SMQ mm (jJiTJiliKI THE Fl NESTfcGROWNr W.On SAL&tOY CRAWFORD, JAY & GO. They comprise the most popular styles and fabrics of this season's make. They are the broken sizes of our best sellers. They are extraordin ary .bargains. They are the choicest goods at nearly half price. These are small lots and will soon be sold out. If you want one of these choice waist at these low prices MUST HURRY. Fancy Madras and Percale Waists, formerly $...

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. — 5 June 1902

' OF WOMEN To the Last, the Light Hearted Population Refused to Believe There Was Danger, Though the Warning" Was Ample. r ST DAY OF jp Th special correspondent of tlio New York Herald, wrltliiK from St. I'lerre, Mnrtlnliiio, snya: It 1b not bo vury mp lino tlmt I vIl Iteil tills poor St. I'lurro-ytlils now city of tlio (lend. It lirul, I nm tciiil, under jono but few chniiKeH until tlirj runiniK of Hint friKlitful day which cliiuiRctl It bo utterly. Where nil Is now nchliir; donolntlon n chnoa of ruined wnlls, hlnekeneil ntnnipn of trees and hIcIioiiIiik Bloncli, tliern basked In summer sunshine n little city splashed through w Itli vivid ZONES OF DESTRUCTIVENESS AT ST. PIERRE AS REPORTED BY UNITED STATES GEOLOGIST. - - - - rolor -rod tiled roofs cutting sharp lilies on walls of creamy white, yellow and orniiRO ami bird's eye blue, min gled with tho green of tropic verdure. Unlit on n long undulation, which slop ed to the sea, where It clustered In a riot of color near tho shore. I...

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