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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 5 June 1902

i M - f SuFFERED25YEAfIS . With Catarrh" of the Stomach-Pe-ru-na Cured. i i ! ' ' , i :i i i X I Congressman Botkin, of 'Wlufleld, Kan. i i kww wTT wvw w w vw In n recent letter to Dr. Ilartman, Congressman Ilotkln nays: "My Dear Doctor It gives mc pleas ure to certify to the excellent curative qualities of your medicines l'crunannd Mnnalin. 1 lia'vo been attllctcd more or less for a quarter of u century with ca tarrh of the stomach and constipation, j A residence in "iVasliintjton has Increased these troubles. A few bottles of your medicine have Riven we almost com plete relief, and I am sure that a contin uation of them will client a permanent cure." J. D. liotktn. Mr. L R Verdery, a prominent real estate agent of Augusta, (3a.. writes: have been a great sufferer from catarrhal dyspepsia. 1 tried many phy sicians, visited a good many springs, but I believe Peruna has done mono for mc than all of the above put together. I feel like a new person." L. F. Verdery: The most common form...

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. — 5 June 1902

p I I cANADARKO DEMOCRAT. SHAW & BLANKENSHIP, Publisher, PRESTON P. SHAW. Editor. U. D. BLANKENSHIP. Mnnnnor. SUIISCHII'TION llATia OAIIjV. One yei.r In advunco $1.00 Six months In mlviinco .00 Three months In nilvunco 1.00 WKUKI-Y rUIII.lSHI',1) KVr.IlY TIIUIIS DAY. One Year 1.0 Six Month "0 Three Months Advertising rates muilo known on application. 1'nterod tit tho postolllco ut Alio dnrko, Okliihoiiiu, an Hoeonuj-olim mull jnnttcr. Anadauko. Oi;i.a., Jrsi: r, 1U02, DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOIl CONOI1KSS VM. M. CHOSS. ... ANNOUNCEMENTS ... KOH 1'ItOIIATi: judcji: Vcrdo V. Ilunloustlo announces his cundidm'y for tho nomination of Pro bate Judge of Caddo county subject to tho nation of tho Democratic con voli tion Juno Utli. Wo nn authorized to aiinoiinco M. N. OWi of Aiuidui'ko, a oandldi to for tho nomination of I'robato .luduu of Caddo county, subject to tho action of the Democrat convontiou Juno U. I'OH thkasuhkk. Wo aro authorized to announce Morris Leo Hito of Ft. Cold), as n c...

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. — 5 June 1902

LOCAL NEWS. I. II. Kerr went to Aauho today. V. I Shaw laHt night. went to CluekaHlia Tlie best unit of office rooms in Anadarko to rent see. W. W. Price. 'i'lio Douglas special at Earliearts on C street. 'JlOtf Geo. Smith of St. .lou Mo., sold liis school land yesterday. Karheart carries a fine lino of fruits and confectionery on C St. There is always room at the bot tom of the early strawberry box. Wanted A man to break land near town. Enquire at this oflice. The man who itches for fame is usualy kept scratching. (io to Silver Moon Hestaurant on C street for square meals. HUtf It is not tho dress that makes the chorus girl its the tights. Window shades 15 cents. Ana darko Furniture Co. 102tf Want ot principal is tho principal want of a great many people. Women and watches are judged by their looks; both have wheels. More men have been self undone than havo been self made. Andrew Harmon of Apache is in town and will return tonight. Philosophers take things as they tioine. ltax-pick...

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. — 5 June 1902

ftna,mruo wcmocrat 1'ltl.STON t Ml AAV. ANADARKO. OKLAHOMA TllRRiTOBIAL NOTUi n IMmoiid man bus ::'"(" Ben Davii ppn-H, kept oi'i from lust year. . Kingfisher received u spi-clul tiuin tended with threshing outfits Inst week. The five county prisoners who cs ciol fwni tlio Pawnee jail wero nil re ciiptmed , The injunction against building u rjnnty court house nt 151 Huiio has been dismissed. Frank Williams was m rested on tho charge of foiging chock of $100 on Mr. Wilkerson, of Holiait. A Wntongn man claims to lmvo soon make fifteen feet long whilo liu was going homo ono night last week. Throe bad men fiom Downy "shot Tip Bartlcsvillo uud tried to rob thu city marshal. Tho iiunshnl escaped. The iiiiino of the park west of Okla homa City which has Ih'oii known as iDilmnr Garden Iuih lieou charged to Colconl Park. It is reported that tho cvops on o etrip of land two miles wide south of Edmond has been dcbtroycd by tho r (cent hail storm. An Anadiirko item says that nearly 1,000 farmer...

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. — 5 June 1902

1 JNR. ROTH. CITIES JN '.I f ' Bonatc Amendment Tinally Agreed Upon by Conferees THE APPROPRIATION EQUALiY DIVIDlfil rhn I'ubllc Iltilldliig lllll'to llemaln m Amended by linhvnutr Tim Terrltor IaI ropullnts 4 I'll t an laitlrelleliet In thn .Held thru lull Wamiimttov: Tlio conforenco com nilttco An' thq public building bill igreed to tlio fennto amendment which iplits tlio npronriatlon which tho house matlo lor Guthrie rfiipjiropriating $50,000 for n public building at Oklahoma Cttr. The house cqnforots wore incliuod to refuse to accede to tho splitting of tho pptoprintion oil tho ground that to ?ivo each $.r)0,000 would simply invito another nppioprintiou next session. ARE AGAINST CROSS riifi Teirltorlnl ropllllsU Met nt King llftller mill Delinuliieil llllll KiNOFibiiLii: Tho conferenco of tho populist state central committee was hehl in Kingfishei with lcpresentntivos from eight counties in attendance, mid with State Chairman J. N. Clark, of Oklr.'ionin City, presiding. It w as ...

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. — 5 June 1902

AlV - I HE WAt WISE. oJ Mafir Wbo WkeA th CnUht Truth. .od railroad men vera to- -t ta down-town 'OtTo when ofevoX tbm remarked: "I iToo'w all beard 'Of William E. of Scranton, formerly gon- anger of the -Delaware, I,acka- l nd Western. The boyn used llm the 'old man.' He never i, but ho always meant what nnd ' ho wanted the straight Jt remember one time a conduc- i m through freight wished to ro ,-3rty that night, bo he kept his io!ng at about thirty miles an Inm, whlch was way ahead of the .MiMiite. The old man callod hlra up ke morning. "JWtmt was your hurry last nlghtr W?J, xo tell the tnith, I wanted tK 10 a party.' m"t .Siope you Eot there on time,' jM iKalBtead, with a smllo, and that waa fill Oinre was to It. "Manothor tlmo an engineer stole -rmmm 'rese from a farmer. Hnlsterd KatwinS of It and called the man o -UrawBce. "iDld j-ou get any gecso out Put-JUBB'-way??' ho aHkrd. "kflld.' answered tho engine driver. "TlaoBSwl two as pretty wild gecso as 7W "ever say.' "re you su...

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. — 6 June 1902

Anadarko Daily Democrat. vol. i. ANADARKO, CADIX) CO., OKL.A., .1TNK 0, U)02. NO. 225). i.y 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. THE COMMITTEE The Men Who Will Have Cross Campaign In Charge. TO GET TO WORK AT ONCE Meeting of Committee Called at Ok lahoma City on Monday June 6th- Assessment Totnls. Abstract of assessment of Caddo county. Oklahoma Territory as fix. cd by the County Hoard of Equal, izatiou. Per ProiKTty No Vuliu Horses 8,180 $101,8118 Mules and Asses 7 Oh 20,702 Cattle over six mo 13,503 183,283 Sheep and goats 250 525 Swine l,03l 4,11)7 Farm implements 17,712 Wagons 2,000 35,24 0 Pleasure carriages 772 13,405 Bicycles 28 252 A few each of those fine embroidered ...

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. — 6 June 1902

Anadarko Democrat PKltSTON 1 NUAAV, ANADARKO, OKLAHOMA. ' a Kufnula Is building it bridge over the UKI.AHOMAAMIINUIAN 'riinttiTom South Canadian, rlvur nt ISramlloldii Ferry. Hunter, Comanche county, wants i The struutur.il stool Is on the ground prist mill. for the biff bridge ovur (Jninil rlvur nt The damage done by the floods in I-'rt (libsou. the territory is very large. V. II. Trudgcou, of Purcell is In Uogcr Mills county bad u portion ol . Washington ti light the giving of state Hint ball btonn. It damaged crops. '"""I t Oklahoma. Parties from Platte City, Mo., haw Chceotah Is ashing for u new post bought the telephone system nt Shaw- oflleo building, insisting that the pros Jlca out quarters are unsuitable. Good mulcH are hnrd to llnd In the ' Chickasha ban had Its eleventh lire southern part of Oklahoma, alSI.'oantj S200 each. A light and p-iwer company wlthS'-'o., 000 of capital Is chartered loser o tin city of Alva. Manufactured concrete blocks arc used to some extent in b...

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. — 6 June 1902

1 Lord Pauncofote, The British Am bassador, Is Dead. WILL BE TAKEN TO ENGLAND. Washington, May 27. As soon ns It became generally known that Lord Paunccfotc was dead, flags were half masted over tlio different embassies and legations. At tlic Arlington hotel where the visiting Frenchmen who have come to witness the Itochambcnii itatue unveiling arc stopping, the French Hag was placed at half mast. The olllce of dean of the diplomatic corps at Washington now devolves .upon Dr. Von llollcben, the (icrman ambassador, and upon him fell the duty of directing the diplomatic body's action on this occasion. The entire diplomatic corps will attend the funeral in a body. The late Lord l'auncefote will have n stale funeral. Mr. Halites, tjie secret y and charge of the llritish embassy called upon Assistant Secretary Mill to adviso with him respecting the funeral arrange ments and finally these were entrusted to Mr. Mill In their oflleial features. After the church services the remains will he ...

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. — 6 June 1902

at- cANADARKO DEMOCRAT. SHAW & BLNKKNSHIJ, Fubli.hm. PttttSTON P. SHAW. U. D. BLANKGNSHIP, Editor. MnnttSKtr. tits SUBSCItlPTION It ATMS DAILY. On ye r in advance - S-1.00 Six months In tulvunee 8-.u' Three months In uilviineo - 41.00 WHKKt.Y PtTllt.MIlim BVIIItY TIIUUS WAY. OnaYenr 1.00 Six Months W Threw Month's 25 AiImu'UhIiik rates ui'.ulo ltnown on npiilletitton. Enteied ut tho postulllee ut Am ihirko, Oklahoma, us hccoml-oliiOT mall mutter. Anadauko. Oki.a.. .Ifsi: 0, Uio. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. von coN(Ji:i:ss vm. m. cnoss. ... ANNOUNCEMENTS ... rou phoiiati: juihji: Vfiilti V. Hurilciistle announce his cunilluiiev for tho niiiiiliiutloii of Pro bate .tutl)l't of Caddo county subject to the union of tho Democratic conven tion .hint' '.Mi. V live authorized to announce M. K ish of Amidurko, a candid to for tho noinlnatton of I'nibuto .Tiulfju of Caddo ooiiiilj, sul)jcct to the action of tlio Deniocr.U convention Juno II. l'oit Tiir.Asunnit. We are aulhoried to announce Moiri-b...

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. — 6 June 1902

& 4 fr $ LOCAL NEWS. Floienee Hotel for lent. Inquire of Peiry & Fanner. 22Ht'J Carl Glitsuh went to Urldgenoit last night. The best suit of office looms in Anadarko to rent nee. W. W. Price. The Donglan xpeoial at Hai hearts onCstiect. 2l0tf Kai heart eai lies a lino line of fiuits and confeutioneiy on C St. Wanted A man to break land near town. Enquire at this otliee. Go to Silvoi Moon HesUuiant on C Ptieet for squaie meals. 101 tf Window shades lft cents. Aim darko Ftiinitiiro Co. 102tf b. A. Haines went to Apaohe to day in the inteiests of the Base Ball team, For sale ehc.il Some ah slack lime foi sanitary purpose. J. S, Mayiield Lumber Comjmiys old stand. 221tf Dainty eonfectionaries and a full line of choice fiuits at Eatheaits place on C street. 18otf Buy bread from Ingram & lloff ' man. Scents and 4 conts a loaf. lOfttf A ladies gold watch on 4th stieet or South Boundary. Finder please leave at the First National Bank and receive rcwaid. 228t2 Bread is now 2 and ...

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. — 6 June 1902

iips3$ ItirkUli I rcontft A certain pasha, dead these thotiMiml yoHni, Once from his hurnm Hal In kiiiMiii tnrs, Ami had this wntrnco on th cliy'H Kale Deeply engraven: "Only (loil la firat." Bo those four words uliovn tlio city's noise Hung llko the tccenlr of tin aiutd's voice, Anil overtnoro, from the IiIrIi lmrb.iean, Saluted each returned caravan. Lout In that city's dory. Uvery gust Lifts, with crisp leuves, the milciiunn paahu'R duit, And all I ruin nave nne wrinkled gntn hereon Is nrlttvn "Only (Sod I prt " Aldrlch I'rfisliylrrliui to Cnlnlirnlr. I'rrslilcnt RoohovpII will utteml the I'rosbytcrlan Juhllro rclehratlou of tho conclusion of 100 yenrH of home i hIoii effort. This ci'leliratlon I to be (he culmination of the forthcoming l'resbytorlan general assembly, to meet this year In Now York City Dur ing these 100 years tlio board of home missions has received and expanded $2;i.000,000, has helped to build G.C00 churches, and has Issued 71,000 (.0111 mlsBlons to missionarie...

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. — 6 June 1902

i 4 SUFFERED 25 YEARS . With Catarrh of the Stomach-Pe-ru-na Cured, In a recent letter to Dr. Ilartmun, Congressman Hotkin sajs: "My JJc.ir Doctor it gives mo pica lire to ccitlfy to the excellent curative I nualitlcsof your medicines l'cruuuand Manalln. 1 have, been allllctcd more or less for a quarter of a century with ca tarrh of the stomach and constipation. A residence in Washington has Increased these troubles. A few bottles of your tncdicino have, given me almost com plete relief, and I am sure that a contin uation of them w ill elfect a permanent cure." J. 1). Hotlcln. Mr. h V. Verdcry, n prominent real estate agent of Augusta, (la., writes: " have besn a great sufferer from catarrhal dyspepsia. I tried many phy sicians, visited a good many springs, but I believe Peruna has done more for me than all of the above put together. I feel like a new person. ' ' L. F. Vcrdery. The most common form of summer catarrh is catarrh of the stomach. This Is generally known as dyspepsia. Fe...

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. — 6 June 1902

l l ntm. -i R- ?4' -TjtfrWOODAIU), President, II. H. JOHNSON, Vice-President, II. H. Hl'LL, Cimhl r, K. H. F.LLIS, Assistant Cashier. IIKKHKKT 1). OROSHY, Attorney. Ike First National Bank of Anadarko, ANADARKO, OKLA.- Capital, -DIRF.CTORS- IJitW. 1 Woodard, H. H. Johnson, C H. Campbell, T. P. Ynrnull, H. I). Crosbv, Kl H. Johnson, 1 S. Hurhour, Clius. L. Kills, II. H. Hull. CHAS. TIPPIE BRICK COMPANY, Contractor and Architect. Estimates furnished on short notice. V. II. SMITH & SON, DRUGGISTS. 5 Wo alwujs study to please our customers tiiid endeavor to sell the best woods at the lowest price-. ( ICiAltS, AND AM. IMIH.t.INTS' SlNttltins. Hammond Dry Goods Company Uvcrythlnc In Dry Goods, Summer Dress Goods, Luces, F.m broideries, Shoes, Clothing, Hats, etc. All at cut prices during this month. Jkiiadarko Furniture and Hardware Co THOS. WATKINS, Prop. .J&Kemiilctti and stylish line of furniture. Heavy anil Hlielf hardware. We nave you money. Leader ..VISIT.. THE JhT 110011 3$...

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. — 14 June 1902

Anadarko Daily Democrat. 3 VOIj. 1. ANADARKO, CAD1X) CX)., OKLA., .Il'NK 1-1, 1002. NO. 2! 5(5. SHIR T WAIST ...BARGAINS... $60,000 FOR ANADARKO. 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. Lot Fund Is to be Ours After so Long a Time of Waiting WATERWORKS AND LIGHTS A few each of those fine embroidered Silk, Mull and Silk Mixed Madras Waists, which we sold early in the season at $4, $hSQ 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 L75, reduced now to $1.48 All Waists formerly $1.25 and $1.50, reduced now to Money Will be Available in from Thirty to Sixty Days. Work to Begin at once- 90C dS...

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. — 14 June 1902

iu maim A TITLE. MISS G JtT SAID TO B ENQAOED TO LOUD INCSESThE. IVcnlthlr t of Aimrlr:ui lli'litm4 M;iy ih lli.r lliiml mill I'ortuim In n llrttiMli i: irl Mnlili Would Ho Sitl I itclory tn hut lely. Mlf.a Mny Cioolot, tho wealthiest American heiress In lier own right, who Is -.ponding the wlutur In London with her mother In reported, on good atithotlty. to lie engaged to Viscount lug. itre. thi eon anil heir of tho Karl )C fh.ewj.bury anil Talbot, who In the ptPiult-i- Karl of the Realm, anil ns such 111 . rn cdcnce of nil peers lit th. i ink of cnrl In tiin llrltlah empire, Mi. duplet nml young Lord inget t I- li in' oecn staying at Wilton, nuar li I' i. the country Bent of the ISnrl .1 1 ' uiinicM of IVmliroKe, r.tul not m h. they liop.i much in one au di i lompnuy, hut lmvo llltenhm 1 1 11 pliotugi'tiihp(l together. Lord In r i i the moat Intlmnte frlc-ul of I I liiiiiort, son of Lord Pembroke w i unilng of age has Just been 1 i.iii'd. Miss Qoelet Is regarded as in --t onu o' t...

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. — 14 June 1902

. 4 , t . X Bs.g PmcHing 1 1 !! Tennis and rowing are over till next rear, and golf will bo nil but Impossi ble In a few weeks, bo now the nthlctlc instructors are udvocatlng bag punch is the Ideal Indoor exercise for women, particularly for women who have to who the ever-present probllcm of how to grow thin. A well-known writer on ithletlcs insists that by punching n bag for ten minutes a day for a week a woman can do more to reduce her weight and preserve a good llgure than by observing a rigid diet for six months. Bag punching develops the fhebt, neck and shoulders nnd reduces Ihe waist. It exercises every muscle, gives thin women curves and makes ftoul women thin. If a woman has a io complexion the exercise, will give her the tints of peaches and cream, If anything will. The object of all ex ercise Is to make the blood circulate rapidly and well, and bag punching does that to perfection. Unlike fen cing, bag punching requires no Instruc tor, yet Its advocates say It will make n ...

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. — 14 June 1902

JI. nut c lm 1 1 1 c KrickC 1 -' n lied on ad klmN ofllilck won. ctfJADARKO DEMOCRAT. OHA8. TIPPIE, CONTHACTOR VXD BTTLiDER. shaw & blankenship. Puwuiun. Mnnufnoturor of Brick. Olllco .1 I'oors wist of Nutn.t.al Hunk 'Phone, Yards 1011 ltesldeiieo - 110 Kemp's Hcd Front Store. i Aro sclllnj,' their Immense stock of G ENERA I. AI I3RC1 TAN D rS 13 lit prices that will eompol you to buy They jjo absolute!) regardless of cost. The op portunity of it lift' time. If you urn from Missouri ncciiiiHliou oii. I tlilltl lnj-T for rent. W. XI. SMITH c SON, DRUGGISTS. We iiIwii.ih sluily to pl'-iiM' our We carry lit all times n com- i. stumers mill endeavor to sill plt-tt stick of Pino Druns ami 'in- licit uooiN at the lowest Clicinicalrt, I'litcnt Medicines, prices. Perfumery, tolletartlclesoap IIOAHH, AND AI.I. DHUl.CII.STS' SUNIMIIUS. 0. K. COCHRAN, Dealer in Hardware, Implements, harness, Buggies Standard new procss fjmolliic stovos. watch milker In connection. Sewing machine needles a ...

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. — 14 June 1902

ZV ...LOCAL NEWS... .livery iiunij in EarhctrtH. I. A. Kiiess is afain able to bo at work after a short illness. the fruit line at 232tf Wanted A man to break land near town. Enquire at this olliee. Get D.iuglas Special at Earhearts on C street. 2!l2tf Go to Silver Moon Restaurant on C street for square meals. lDltf Coal, flour, feed Leach & Peacock. and grain Window shades 15 cents. Ana darko Furniture Co. 102tf Ycu can cct anything in the fruit lino at Earhearts .lacc. 232ti llev, Teis of the Presbyterian Church was a pleasant caller this morning. ' Buy bread from Ingram & Hoff man. 2cents and 4 cents a loaf. lU5tf Bread is now 'J loaf at Ingrain & Bread is cheap. Ingram A Hoff man sell bread 2 and 1 cents a loaf. Have you seen Leach it PeacotK. They handle coal, feed, Hour and and 4 cents a Hoffman's, Iflotf If you want something good to eat tomorrow go to the Windsor Hotel and will get it. For general hardware and tin work, go to J. B. S. Case, first door west First ...

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. — 14 June 1902

prf5 rn New Church for the President -4 - (Special Letter,) Aimer A. Rltchor, tlio Icbnnon ar chitect who has hern awaided tho con trnct to f tir iiIrIi the design for the new RefnrniPd Memoilnl church which President Roosevelt will attend In Washington, I). ('., has completed the draft of the edifice. The Htriivturu will be built of Avon dale marble and the outside anil In hlilo treatment will be English Tudor Gothic. The new church, like the prevent plain structure, will (rout on Fifteenth street. Tho frontage Ih 52 feet and tho depth 100 feet. Of the latter, however, thirty-four feet will be devoted to an extension for a Sun day school. The limited ground area will permit the building only of a small church to beat about 400 people, but upwardH of $50,000 will bo expended In Its con Htructlon and decoration Tho old church will not be torn down at onco, hut will be lined for worship until tho new structure Is nearly completed. After, tho main structure Is complete tlio old church ...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
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