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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 17 October 1902

' ...LOCAL NEWS... --CMgCT J Read Harper Jts Freelins ad. Always call for Star bread it in the best. 307-tf ' Tlio Stephenson Urown Lumber Co. will put' m a yard at Dinger. Wanted A good boy at the Anadarko furniture company 2Hf W. II. Cleveland, of Mountain View, is in the city today. "Hello Central" give me the Star Bakery wo want Home fresh bread. 208-tf For Rent Nice well improved 100 acres of land. See me at once. VR. D. Gunm ' 43t3 Judge Crura returned home today from Guthrie. No is now a 33rd degreo Mason. Lost A Masonic Charm. Finder please return to the Democrrt and get reward. tf. Koal, Koal, Koal Get your co.il while its cheap. C. II, Kamm, phones 43 and 111. 30tf For Alderson fancy lump and egi.' coal, see Chas. Kamm. Phones 43 and 111. 44tf The rooms occupied by the "Democrat" are for rent. See Per ry & Farmer. 37tf Attend the Southwestern Normal Collejje at Anadarko, Fall term opens Nov. 4. 30t2G C. II. Kamm reeoived today ihe finest car load of Alderson egg coal t...

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. — 17 October 1902

) 1 asik. -ff mmmwumwmimimm Y0 MIGHT GO' FARTHER AND FAHE x ) WORSE. 0 1 We have a'nice new.'stock of (he kinds of goods Suitable for fall and -winter .use. We bought these goods in the best markets and have them all marked at honest profit prices. Uriderwear. Women's unionsuits of fair weight and quality, well -made, for, per suit 25c. Better quality, "oneila style" 'for 50c. Still better quality, as good as can be Sold anywhere for this price 75c. Union ;uits that are part wool, of silver grey color and of. a grade that is sold by many stores for $1.25, here for $1.00. other union suits of better quali ties up to very fine garments. Womens 2-piece underwear that could be sold for a quarter each, we are selling while the present lot lasts for, per garment 19c Other vests and pants that are a little better than we ever sold at the price. While we sell 24 dozen you can have them each 25c. THE PEOPLES STORE. ; Tlie JLi .1. u. I Sttii Womens extra good vests and pants that are the fine...

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. — 22 October 1902

Anadarko Daily Democrat VOL. 2, ANADARKO. CADDO CO., OKLA.. OCT. 22, 1002. :i NO. AH. i & JO WOMEN AMERICA! Inasmuch as the makers of m LfJ"iZr 5 CCCCCiCi . jFkxjnrr.v SffQEMtJf&MEN Believe that the women who wear "Queen Quality-" ean give better reasons lor the superiority or this shoe than can be given for any other shoe on earth, they have decided to alford them this splendid opportunity. They offer one hundred prices aggregating $5,000 IN GOLD !o tflreoDolnmdTed women who give the best reasons why "Queen Quality" Is superior to all other shoes In in these respect: M. '' 'That Comfortnblo Feeling' of a'iOuren Quality' shoe. " ( Show- m nrliore and how they lit better than any other shoe, wlikfti is tho cause vv.Iiut UointortatAe feeling." I. The "SatlsfyiaiVQualltlcs" ofa "lUucon.Qimlltv" sluro. (Showing ihywomen who hao once tried "Queen Quality" iiluriyx wear them itfrwarus) h. The exclusivr' Style and Ioahmluality" of a "Queen QuallU'" i'oe. I snowing wvy "Queen (JimJ'...

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. — 22 October 1902

L.&. 9g?9jj?9j?9j?9j?9j?94?9j? $? sj? sj? 9? 9? 9$? 7$? ?$? II. T. SMITH. lrcMdcnt. B.T. I'LYNN, Vlco-1'rc. -5023 I). Kltr.lTZnit. Cnnlilcr. II. S. DIXON. Awit. Caihlor. The National Bank of Anadarko, Anndarko, Okluhomn. CAPITAL - - - - $25,000. Collodions a Specialty. n. T. Smith. !'. L. Winkler. D. T. Flynn. Win. Grimes. U.S. Dixon. D. Kreltzor. 9999j?9g?9$?9 ?? 9 9? 9$9 9$? 9? 9? 9$9 9$? A GOODBAIERY. J.-i!uco Bnkery 11 Street Is rlht up to ilnto, AH bakery jiuoils strictly llrnt rittUf J'Jclit IiituiI is imiilu hoio, pine frosli and lino, A.H jfooils nro found hero sold 1 11 the lino, iollos mid cakos and pastries U IC xrollciit uoods in the bakery way. Hcst lunches are lioro, wholosonio and nlco, Ad Hiirvuil In rlijht manner, lowest In price, Keeps clours mid tobaecoes of cxeollont brands, I'jVerjono Minis tlio best nro 011 hand, Iii;ht here is now wiion, deliversall 'round, t' 'S'mi iihono 127 anil our bakery is found. C. F. UNDER, Proprietor. O Commercial B&.rlber SKo...

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. — 22 October 1902

"local news... j W. II. Dutton of Cleveland O.T. is in the city today. Always call for Star bread it is the best. 'J07-tf Fred Sisson returned this morning from Guthrie. A fine cow for sale cheap. Call at the Blue Front restaurant. tl Wanted A good boy at the Anadarko furnituie company 21tf Cocoanut loat at Hoffman's Biz zey Bee Kandy Kitchen, 40tf. Dr. Fowler of Chickasha, is in theeity, the guest of Dr. Diokoy. Attorney E. F. Baker returned last night from a business trip to Lawton. "Hello Central" give nic the Star Bakery we want some fresh bread. 208-tf Lost A Masonic Charm. Finder please return to the Democrrt and get reward. tf. J. C. Williford, General Agent fo the Blatz Beer Co., iB in the city on business. Have you tried any of those fresh chocolates at IIoiTinan's Bizzy Bee Kandy Kitchen? lftf Koal, Koal, Koal Get your coal while its cheap. C. II, Ivninui, phones 43 and 111. 30tf A. W. Koontz, doputy recorder, returned this morning from a busi ness trip to Guthrie. For Ald...

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. — 22 October 1902

mxMJZem THEY TAKE WELL! e The Sorosis Garment Company make a specialty of womens Black Mercerized Petticoats. In fact Petti coats comprise their entire line. They insist that they have always done their best and that their business is increasing by leaps and bounds. They claim an increas in business from the first of January, 1902, to the first of July, of 132 per cent over the same period of 1901. They attribute this remarkable increase to three features: First, using better goods; Second, better cutting and making, and Third, to .selling Retailers for Cash at a less margin of profit than other manufacturers. However all this may bet, we can say THE SOROSIS PETTICOATS are the best we have ever seen and the most reasonable in price. "- THE PEOPLES STORE. &&& &6m mm msn Think of buying a really well made Black Mercerized Petticoat Clfi of good material that will fit well and "feel" right for only JOC You can do that same if you buy the sorosis. ( f j You can buy anoth...

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. — 23 October 1902

1 Anadarko Daily Democrat. CI ' VOL. .2. ANADARKO, CADDO CO., OKLA., OCT. 28. 1002. NO. 40. -t 1! JQ- WOMEN AMERICA! Inasmuch as the makers of 2J&7T ' 'vy JTAMOUS ' Believe that the women who wear "Queen Quality" can give better reasons for the superiority ol this shoe than can be given for any other shoo on earth, they have decided to aiTord them this splendid opportunity. They offer one hundred prices aggregating $5,000 IN GOLD to Uie ooe hundred women who give the best reasons why'" Queen Quality" is superior to nil other shoes in in thcso respects: 1st. u "That Oomfortablo 'Feeling' of a '.Queen Quality shoe. " (Show ing' where and how tlwy lit better than any other -shoe, which is the cause of "that Comfortable Feeling." 2d. Tho"Satisfylnn8ualltfo9" of a "Queen Tonality" shoo. (Showing why women who hav once tried "Queen Quality" always wear them afterwards) 3d. The oxclusivr-" Style and Individuality" -of a "Queen QuallU" shoe. (Showing wty -'Ghiccn Quality" it therecugniz...

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. — 23 October 1902

STATEHOOD QUESTION An Able, Lucid'Exposition of It, Showing How " it Vitally -Affects i EveryMan, RESOLVES ITSELF Two States Means High Taxes One State Means Low Taxes Vote as your business interests indicate and thereby say whether you want One Grand Commonwealth s or Two Rigmy Borough. t I '(From Bimetal to the Oklahoman. Norman, O. T., Oct. 7. A mooting jwas hold In this city tonight that (or Intenao lntorost aud enthusiasm ollpicd nny political ovont horo in recent yearn. Tho speakorB were Hon. Win. Cross, Hon. C. B. Aincs And Hon. J. O. Dlakonoy. Mr. Cross received a flattering ova tion when ho aroio to speak. He made an address that wont straight come to his hearors, and tho large Audience repeatedly cheorcd him as ae showed up tho fallacious claims of tho opposition candidate. Ills spooch was rather shorter than usual, on nc oount of the fact that Mr. Amos was announced to deliver an nddrosa en the statehood question. Mr. Ames address was a raasterpl'ico of elo quence and log...

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. — 23 October 1902

Li ti ' 1 INVESTMENT Th Preferred Stock or the W. L Douglas sch0.e Capital Stock, $2,000,000. X 1,000,000 Preferred Stock. l,ooo,ooo Common Stock. Shares, SI OO each. Sc!d at Par. On!j Preferred Stock offered for rfa. W. L Djuglas retain all Common Stoct Th PrffrrWil Stork ofth W. 1 TVMit. chivm. pviy pAjfj brtler thaa Nftrlnyi ItMiki or UoTrrninrnt mm v siotiK ontre. me purmc lint wnma 11 morr man k uouYr worthcffteiUfclwet. W. U Douiilfti rotitlnuet 10 own oiw-hAlf of ilie tmtlnrM. and I Ulo remain tUe uit Imd of the ront-prn . I Til it biiaihr M tl fiol Ad tlivt JdeTflinHl protPfd. It ti a yUemoTiitnlM dtTlderxt par rr. IhliiHhc UnrfitlMitintai in 1 ne wcni uroa lining wen's lioodrmr Alt (HftmTsewfd Pro ) hoc, and has U ifaya twen Imnienarly proflu note. Tbrre tiaa not iWn & vmr In th tuit iwlt whn he butlnm baa not &! in iumi nin morn mora tbAtl til attiiAMfif nawvaaaa-w L.H0 bar f rr -nt innuti 0lTldnd tot k nf ti ntvmv Tbe anmia.1 builnem now la IMvooooo, U li InerfMln...

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. — 23 October 1902

S4?9j?9j?94??4?9j??9$?9j? ?$? 9ft?9ft?9ft?9ft?9ft?9ft?9S9 L T SMITH. IVMldcnt. Ott T. KLYNN, Vlce.lre. -5923 D. KRKlTZER. Cashier. 11. H. DIXON. Ami. Cannier. The National Bank of Anadarko, Anadarko, Oklahoma. CAPITAL - - - - $25,000. Collodions n Spaolalty. mi. T. Smith. D. T. Flynn. P. L. Winkler. Wm. Grimes. B. S. Dixon. D Krcltzor. sJ?5ft??J??J?sJ?sS?sJ? 4?? A GOOD BAKERY. "JPalnco Unkcry H Strei't is right up to dale, js?k. bakery goods strictly llrst rate, TQIulit bread is Hindu hole, pure fio- 1 und llnu, -iifV-11 goods aro found hero sold in llio lino, sTJoolnos und cakoi und pastries O K Excellent goods In tho bakery way. llest lunuhiM aro hero, wholosomo and nice, ' And served in right inunnur, lowest in prlco, Ivocps clears and tooueeoes of excellent brands, Kveryone llnds tbo best aro on hand, Right liiio Is new wuj,oti, delivers all 'round, You phono 127 and our bakery is found. C. F. UNDER, Proprietor. Commercial Barber SKop, Hot and Cold Baths. Ki Ladles Shimooluir kH...

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. — 23 October 1902

s spityi ANADARKO, O. T. A Town of New Oklahoma that Has Had Wonderful Growth and Prosperity, According to government tront with the Comnnchc, Kiowa and Cud do Indians, reservations of those tribes wore tlirown open to settlement one year ngo hist August. It .seems almost inercdilile that within four teun montlis that have elapsed since then that a flourishing modern little city of four or five thousand inhabi tants should spring into existence, but such is Anndarko to-day, with frame houses erected hurriedly by the first settlers, rapidly giving way to substantial brick structures, and the climax of the improvement dis position is not yet apparent. Anadarko is the capital and me tropolis of Caddo county, which with the Comanche and Kiowa reserva tions, l)ocanie counties of Oklahoma Territory upon their opening to set tlement. There is no section of the national map more favorably located, and Caddo county produce cvori' thing grown in n temperate climate in gicat prolifienoss and h...

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. — 23 October 1902

Anadarko Democrat. I- It. Ill.,ll l.NSIIH'. ANADARKO, - OKLAHOMA. T1IK FIRST NATIONAL HANK Tins institution was chartered July 10th, 11)01. Tin' capital stock 1b $2fi,000 luiiil up. T. F. Wood ward is president, mid is one of the oldi-st cattle ini'ii in Coddo county II. H. Johnson is vii'e-prosidciit mid cashier of tlit- First Xational Hunk of Chie-knshn. II. II. Hull is cashier mid president of tho lunik of Union. E. B. 1011 i4 is nssistniil cushion The di posits of the First Xntioiml nro very Inrgo mid inorensiiig nil the time, tlic business being generally Kilt isf net ory to officers and stock lioldors. Almost nil of the- stockhold- i rs are home people. Ileside n fino burglar proof vault, burglnr proof snfi , etc. the First National cur ries nisiiraiiee in the Hank A" Bnnk- rs' Association and the Hankers' Mutual Cnsuultv Co., against loss by burglars. .The institution does a general hanking business, makes collections mid is grateful for the liliernl conlideiice placed in tli...

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. — 23 October 1902

niNKLKR imos. This is ii firm of driiKKist-i in Ann dnrko. Tlie More presents n coiitj.li to niul licnutiful display of tlriifrt stn tionnry, luiul, oils toilet nrticks, school hooks anil school supplies. A nii'O casu of eiunrs is uhhidr their ofTcrinRH. The More is complcto. mill in fiift is olio of the most attrnctivu in Anmlnrko. There arc three lirntli cr.s intorestfil in this business, anil all three are registered jihannacists. Air. J. A. Dinkier is the muuaKi"K piirttior, mid prescriptions are a spec ialty of tlm store, and we are pleased to note that the house is doing a thriving; business. This is Hcnentlly o: for the reason that they who are o.xpericncpd and competent in any line of business or professional work are sure to reeciw the appreciation and encouragement of the public. Malinger Dinkier is a young niiiii mil 01 energy and anility, ami is popular not only as a druggist but us a citizen. Dinkier Bros, have resided in the Territory for eleen years, and their store w...

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. — 23 October 1902

BAQKAGHE. ojrysr 'aaMWRSHaH-. Pt?ffi 7 PvmB m link w-"- -iwJ alll D f iAV. - ' PsWciii lliicknrlm Is a. forerunner and ono of tlte moat common .sjiiip toms of lchlnuy trouble and ivoml) displacement. flEAD MISS DOLLMAN'S EXPERIENCE. "home timo ii(ci J was in a ory venlc condition, my work made mo nervous nnd my back nehcil frightfully ill tho time, mill I had terrible bend iches. " My mother Itot n boltlo of Lyillsi (2. I'iiiUliam's ArOKtalI Com pound for me, nml it seemed to strengthen my back nnd help mo ut jnce, nnd I did not get so tired ns before I continued t tako It, and it brought health und btrcui;th to me, ind I want to tliiink you for tl.o rood it ban duno me." Miss ICaik ItoiiMAM, 112nd St. .t Wales Ave, New York City $5000 forfeit If original of tttovt litttr proving gtrutncngij cannot b9 prtiUufta. Lydia K. IMnUltam'.s Veirotulilo Compound cures beenuso It is llio greatest known remedy for kidney and womb troubles. Kvery woman who is pu.zled nboutlicr condition Hliould...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 23 October 1902

...LOCAL NEWS... Prof. Win. Recce has a finu new office desk. Always call for Star bread it is tho best. 'JOMf Wanted A good boy at the Anadarko furniture company 2Uf N. A. Hypes, of Topcka Kansas, ia in tbo city on business this week. 'Hello Central" give mo the Star Bakery wo want some fresh bread. 208-tf Lost A Masonic Charm. Finder please return to the Dcmocrrt and gut reward. t". Have yju tried any of those fresh chocolates at Hoffman's liizzy Bee Kandy Kitchen? 47tf See the Ilecce Agency at onco for a spcoial bargain in one of the best business properties in the business center. 4014 Koal, Koal, Koal Get your coal while its cheap. C. II, Kainni, phones 43 and 111. 30tf l"or Alderson fancy lump and egg coal, see Chas. Kanim. Phones 43 and 111. 44tf All kinds of fresh undo candies, at Hoffman's Bizzcy Bee Kandy Kitchen. 47tf. -Good plastered, painted, 5 room bouse, stone foundation, good well, shed, lot fenced. Rent $12. Sec Recce Agency. 40t4 For Sale A gent'8 wheel in good, co...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 23 October 1902

1fc4M-. V . I: fc Anadarkp. Democrat ritr.vroN r. shaw. AXAflAHKO, OKLAHOMA. the two Trniwomcs in omcr District court eouuiios in Kinglliihor, October as. The I'losbylormiiH liuve coniplotod a tH,QOO churcii nt Lnwton. Mnskogco is nbout rendy to begin work on her wntiTwoiks. Tim syiindlcnl college nt Wynuewood m rapidly Hearing completion. , Enid Riiys tlio iiuxt ,-ntarpriso to b tttbllalioil thero In n shou factory. i Lexington hns organized n dancing ilnb which meets ovory two weoks. Hnrtshoruo is to huvo n uow f 10,000 ooatnlry to bo known as "ilotol IlarU- 'ooruo." 1 ., Swwtwiitor, u town in Uogcr MilU rourll.'hiu n bachelors' club of fifty Member. Tlio United Stiilis ociuit house nt V'e vokn ling boon rumodlud niul re irrnuged. ' Albert S. Puicoll, n minor in the Wtcliltu mountains, hnd hit liund blown alt by a proiuntuio explosion of dyna 11 lto. Mlclincl McCollius, a subcontractor of the Suntu l'V, wiih Icillud tit Perkins while nttuuiptiug to buuid 11 moving triiin. Tlio sus...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 23 October 1902

f J -1" f. "' J Vtj- ' V. ' aj " ' t?f' f 18 DECLARED OFF The Coat Strike is Virtually a Thing of the Past t, miS 'EXPECTED MINERS WILL ACCEPT lreidilenl Itootevell tin Appointed Com inntslnn lilrli Is Arreptnlile to Miner Mitchell, or the Mhitr-i' Union lo Call Convention ,'Tho satisfactory settlement of tlio tonic coal striko is now almost u certain ty only the miners litems ilvrs to no rept the commission appointed ly Pros ident Hoosovuit, is left. It is thought this will bo accepted nt their convention io bo called early the coming week. President Mitchell seems to be fuvoru ojy impressed with tho plan, now that the commission in whose hnuds tho hat ilo in to ho lott is named, anil to him il teems an eminently fair one. ilo ha Tecommendod that all mine workort 'now on a striko return to tholr fonnei positions nml leave tho matter wholly in the hnmls of the co minks o'l nnmoi) by tho president of tho Unitod Status, ?nd it in thought by hoiiio of tho lending wu nut on t. e htrilte...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 23 October 1902

T in urn Mi iiimiiih 1im afflfrmfflaaaMMam3M f-. ,.,..., , r j. , Mlllr-Bl M- .as.-,. ,..,iig.,.a THEY TAKE WELL! . n v i 11' ft, A The Sorosis Garment Company make a specialty of womens Black Mercerized Petticoats. In fact Petti coats comprise their entire line. They insist that they have always done their best and that their business is increasing by leaps and bounds. They claim an increas in business from the first of January, 1902, to the first of July, of 1 12 per cent over the same period of 1901. They attribute this .remarkable increase to three features: First, using better goods; Second, 'better cutting and making, and Third, to selh'ng Retailers for Cash at a less margin of profit than other manufacturers. However all this may be, we can say THE SOROSIS PETTICOATS are the best we have ever seen and the most reasonable in price. THE PEOPLES STORE. Mm Ww Think of buying a really well made Black Mercerized Petticoat QQ of good material that will fit well and "feel" right for ...

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. — 25 October 1902

Anadarko Daiily Democrat. !! VOL. 2. ANADARKO, CADDO CO., OKLA., OCT. 25. 1002. I no. ra. WE ARE SHOWING t j &fe Newest A DAMNABLE PLOT ! A SPECIMEN OF HEPllBIiCAN INFFR. NAUSM AND BASENESS. Information Gathered Which Proves Beyond Lloubt That a Scheme it on Foot to Per petrate Fraud of the Lowest Qus. tl In up-to-date, perfect fitting, strictly tailor made walking skirts. I have just received a new line and they represent the greatest possible value at least cost. Black and White Flare. Unlined walking skjrt, made of 16 oz cornation cloth, slot seams, pleated fan bottom. $5.00 Vilined Melbon Walking Skirts. Absolutely all wool corded and stitched, colors, grey, brown and black. $5.00 G6e Newest ia Walking Skirts. Made of best quality cornation cloth, pleated with fan bottom.. Three bands around top of skirt, stitched with wnue si ik. a very swell eltect. $7-5o Alsa. a new Line Fancy Washings. About 3 doz 2 1-2 yds in each piece, no two alike, price $i-35, 1-50, 1.65 to 2..25 th...

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. — 25 October 1902

""SSSmSSmmib In Dr. John Ilnll'B tlmo It wns tho custom In Ills church to two tho old fashioned simple hytniiH, anil tho Ringing wur congregational. On ono occasion tho Into William M. Hvnrts discovered K. Dclaflcld Smith tho woll-Unown lawyot nnd tho corporation counsel of Now York, Bluglng wilt all IiIr heart, unit whispered to his friend: "Why thorn Ih Smith Hinging 'I want to ho nn nngcl.' I know ho wanted to ho dlRtrlct uttornoy, hut I didn't know ho wuntod to ho nn angol.", Tho remark was repeated to Mr. Smith, and quick us a flash enmc the ictort: "No, I have novcr mentioned tho matter to Kvnrts, knowing that ho had no Influunco in that direction!" An amiislng occurrence- took placo In a UaptlRt church In New Indon, Connecticut, when Dr. Wrlghtman, who was well and favornhly known In his denomination, was Its pastor. Ono Sabbat li morning a stranger wns In tho pulpit with Dr. Wrlghtman. Tho latter, nftor conducting tho iihiiiiI devotional exercises, Introduced thu Htranger as...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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