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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 25 October 1902

s COL. CODY ("BUFFALO BILL") REPOR.TED SERIOUSLY ILL npn'iwrTiiiiiM ii mini n i n i iiii i i inm hw i inlay "BUFFALO MMMf . I Col. William V. Cody ("Duffalo mil"), who Is reported serlousy 111 In South Dakota, has been for thirty years the most famous army scout, guide and plainsman of the west, and Is to-day one of the best known char acters In the country. He was born In Iowa about sixty-eight years ago, and at the age of ten was on the plains of western Kansas. His first Indian fight was at the age of 11, HICH MISSOURIAN IN TROUBLE, Col. Edward Butler Is Accused of At tempted Jury Bribing. Col. Edward Butler, the politician and millionaire of St. Louis, on trial Col. Butler, at Columbia, , Mo., for attempted Jury bribing, has been a conspicuous figure in the affairs of St. Louts for a genera tion.' He began life as a blacksmith In a small way, added shop after shop, secured contracts for shoeing the street railway horseb in the old days, and by easy steps becamo the representativ...

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. — 25 October 1902

1 1 5$? 5Jfc99J9J 59$ ?$??? 9j? 99JJ99Jj?9jv9JJ99j?9j? XL T SMITH, President. jTO.T KI.YNN. Vlce-Pre. -BQ23 t). Klli:iri:it. Cashier. II. 8, DIXON, Awl. Cashier. The National Bank of Anadarko, Anndarko, Oklahoma. CAPITAL - - - - $25,000. Collodions a Spoclalty. 7EI. T. Smith. l L. Winkler. D. T. Klynn. Win. Grimes. U.S. Dixon. D. Kroltzor. tyty J? tytytytytyty'tyty a goodbai:ery. Ilaco Bakery 11 Street Is right up to Onto, All bakery goods strictly Ural rate, Jight bread In made here, puiu fiosli anil lino, A.ll goods are fouuil hero sold In tho lino, -VjpiilclCH utiu cukiM anil pastries O W "iSxoellent goods In tlie bakery way. llest liinclim jiro lioro, wholesome anil nice, Anil nerved in right manner, lowest In price, lveepi cigars ami tohuceoes of excellent brands, Kvervime finds tbo best are on band, Klght hero Is now wagon, dollversall 'round, You phono 1117 and our bakery Is found. C. F. UNDER, Proprietor. - CommerciaJ Berber SKop m Lndles Shnuinoolnv Bfeti Slsclulty. Hot and...

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. — 25 October 1902

tr- n-k tv IV If I ...HJWU 1-NIZYVO... I nqne Notice Russell's nd in this issue. Always call for Star bread it is tho beet. 'J07-tf Born to G. F. Martin and wife yesterday Oct. 24, a girl. Wanted A good boy at the Anadarko furniture company Qltf J. D. Wcatherford, of Apache, was in the city yesterday. Dr. Hallo way residence. Phone 170. Office 40. flotf W. S. Yager, of Cement, was in the city yesterday, niello Central" give me tho Star Bakery wo want sonic fresh bread. 208-tf M. A. Courtright, of Law ton, wan in Anadarko on business yes terday. School directors will do well to ace E. D. Williams for insuraneo on school houses. Lost A Masonic Charm. Finder please return to the Demount and get reward. tf. The Misses Widntuan arnve'd last evening from Chickasha, to spend Satnrday and Sunday at home. Have you tried any of those fresh chocolates at Hoffman's Bizzy Bee Kandy Kitchen? 47tf See the Recce Agency at once for a sj-oial bargain in one of the best business properties in the busi...

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. — 25 October 1902

yrijjririirTffiiTjjg ' -nag iiMiHW' i i mwnwuii 1ihhiI.Hm MMMHMMliMMM IK' Iff- i few Anndarko Daily Democrat I'llKS'lON T. MI AW. ANADAUKO. OKLAHOMA Kins Football Is rapidly running up Mr score of brol.cn bones.' Zola wns burled In a Btylu that bo Would havo delighted to Arltr hhu.it. .Itusscll Sage doclaics that prices nro too high. Ho must need a t.uw bat. i it 4 It Is pretty early for members of ' the Australian commouwcaltn to talk socchsiun. An'jorver says "tbo old world h growing young again" second cuild hood, perhaps. Ping pong ought to Have icmnrknblo tokuu tals winter. It In n grent pio ducer of cnlorle. t All that wo can hope for now Ih that Yoho and Strong may not got divorced and do mora harm. The I'arlHlnn professors ure not In clined to treat tbo new tomot v. lib ordinary French comity. 'Some wnll paper, costing $2(1 a roll, which reached Kansas thu uthei day, Ih (tiled Wall slieot paper: Tiro coming voguo of the mutton leg tlocvo may ho regarded ns another protest ag...

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. — 25 October 1902

STATEHOOD QUESTION Ari Able, Lucid Exposition of It, Showing How it Vitally Affects . Every Man, Woman and Child in Oklahoma. RESOLVES ITSELF INTO A BUSINESS PROPOSITION v 4fTwo States Means High Taxes One State Means Low Taxes " Vote as your business interests indicate and thereby say whether you want One Grand Commonwealth or Two Pigmy Borough. Oklahoman, October 8, 1002.)' Bpcctal to the Oklahoman. i Norman, O, T., Oct 7. A meeting was hold In this city tonight that (or Intent 8 Interest and enthusiasm acllpiod nny political event here lu recent years. The speakers wore Hon. Wm. Cross, Hon. C. B. Amos end Hon. J, O. Blakenoy. Mr. Cross received a flattering ova tion when he arose to speak. He ynade an address that went straight home to hla hearers, and the largo Sudlence repeatedly cheered him as e showed up the fallacious clatmB of the opposition candidate. His speech was rather shorter than usual, en ac count of the fact that Mr. Ames was announced to deliver an address on the ...

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. — 25 October 1902

1 flfWfftipiJWHl iw THEY TAKE WELL! 0& -" n ii' H' i The Sorosis Garment Company snake a specialty of womens Black Mercerized Petticoats. In fact Petti pcoats comprise their entire line. They insist that they have always done 4feeir best and that their business is increasing by leaps and bounds. THey xlaim 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, abetter cutting and flaking, and Third, to selling Retailers for Cash at a 3ess margin of profit than other manufacturers. However all this may ;foc, we can say THE SOROSIS PETTICOATS are the best we have ever .seen and the most reasonable in price. Bw- THE PEOPLES STORE. jrA w Think of buying a really well made Black Mercerized Petticoat Qft s ofgoodmaterialthat will fit well and "feel" right for only ZOC You can do that same if you buy the Sorosis. fl? C You ca...

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. — 27 October 1902

Anadarko Daily Democrat. VOI j. 2. ANADARKO. CADDO CO., OKLA... OCT. 27. 1002. NO. 52. L I, w w E ARE SHOWING t5he Newest In up-io-date, perfect fitting, strictly tailor made walking skirts. 1 have just received a new line and they represent iht greatest possible value at least cost. Black 8-iid White Flare. UnUned walking skirt, made of 16 oz cornation cloth, slot seams, pleated fan bottom. $5-oo Vivlined Melbon Walking Skirts. Ahsnlutelv all wool corded and stitched, colors, grey, Jbrown and black. $5-oo 6)e Newest ii Walking Skirts. Made of best quality cornation cloth, pleated with fan "bottom. Three bands around top of skirt, stitched with white silk. A very swell effect. $7.5o V j ., , A BATCH OF LEGAL LORE BEARING ON THE MUCH TALKED-OF FREELAND CASE. Extract From Kansas Rtports Mr. Free land Charges Conspiracy on the Part of Political Enemies. fc Alsa a new Line Faricy Washings. About ? doz 2 1-2 yds in each piece, no two alike, price $i.3S. '-5 i-65 to 2.25 the Pattern. TheF...

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. — 27 October 1902

4?5j?5j?4??fc?J?54?5j??J? S? ;?$?$?$?$?$?$? II. T. SMITH. President U. T. 1'I.YNN. Vloc-Pirs. I). ICUK'TV.KIl, Cnihler. II. S. DIXON. A wit. Cashier D023 The National Bank oi Anadarko,' Anadarko, Oklahoma, CAPITAL - - - $25,000. Collootlons a Spoalalty. H.T. Smith. F. L. Winkler. D. T. Flynn. Win. Grimes. 11. S. Dixon. D Kreltzor, 9jj?99ft?9j?99j99jj:?9ft? SJ? ? 9? 9$? 9$? 9$? $? A QOODBAllERY. X'ttl'"!" Bakery II Street N right up to date, All bifkery iioils sir etly llrsinite. I J trhl Ill-cud Is Hindu horn, pine fresh iiml line, A.U goods tiro liiiind lieru sold in llie line, CJooklius mill cakes unci pastries 0 W ESl'ollcnt uooil'i In tho hukory way. Hest lunches are here, wholosomn and nice, Anil served In right ninnnor, lowest In price, Iveeps cigars mid tormcooes of excellent brands, jverynne llnds tho host nro on hand, Might here Is new wagon, delivers nil 'round, You phono I'M 11111I our bakery is found. C. F. LIN DER, Proprietor. t ' Commercial Barber Shop, Liullc Phurnpoo...

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. — 27 October 1902

...LOCAL NEWS... S. M. Stevens made a business , trip to Apache today. Always call for Star bread it is the best. 1207-tf . t You get your moneys worth at 'ilarry'siPalace. 52t3 ' Attorney T. G. Chambers of Ok- lahothaCity, is in town. Cold beer on tap at Harry's Pal ace day and night 52t3 j P. P. Shaw and Berry Randolph .went to Eaverty today. Vancu3-A good boy at the Anadarko furniture company 2Uf Paul Jones pure rye on ice .it 'Harry's Palace. 5Ut3 Dennis brnwn returned yesterday ,from iidmond. 0. E. MoArron has bought the Silver Moon restaurant on 15 st. Earhcarts, on C street, carry a full line of choice candies. 52t3 Pure fresh candies always in atocrf at Earhcarts on C street. 52t3 Dr. llalloway residence. Phone 170. Olliec 40. 5otf "Hello Central" give mo the Star Bakery wo want some fresh bread. 20S-tf Mrs. Blanche McGuire, of Law iton, is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. l Noah. School directors will do well to nee E. D. Williams for insurance on school houses. Lost A Masonic ...

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. — 27 October 1902

THEY . TAKE WELL! 4sl ii 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 Echini 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 k Jess 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. Rt Think of buying a reallv well made Black Mercerized Petticoat QOp of good material that will fit well and "feel" right for only ZfOK You can do that same if you buy the Sorosis. fl C You can buy another one made of a little better...

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. — 28 October 1902

Anadarko Daily Democrat. VOL.. 2. ANADARKO, CADDO CO., OKLA., OCT. 2H. 1002. no. n. ? W E ARE SHOWING t &Ae Newest In up-to-date, perfect fitting, strictly tailor made walking skirts. 1 have just received a new line and they represent the greatest possible value at least cost. Black atnd White Flare. 16 oz cornation cloth, Unlined walking skirt, made of slot seams", pleated fan bottom. $5.00 REPUBS. WON'T DO IT THE ANADARKO TRIBUNE SAYS "VOTE HER STRAIGHT." The Better Element of the Party Won't Endorse Some of the Republican Nominees. Vivlined Melbon Walking .Skirts. corded and stitched, colors, grey,' $S-oo Absolutely all wool brown and black. J5he Newest ia Walking Skirts. Made of best quality cornation cloth, pleated -with fan bottom. Three bands around top of skirt, stitched with white silk. A very swell effect. $7.50 Alsa a new Line Faivcy Washings. About 3 doz2 1-2 yds in each piece, no two alike, price $i-35. 1-50, 1.65 to 2.25 the Pattern. The Fciir W. EC. SMITH & SO...

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. — 28 October 1902

IX INVESTMENT Th Preferred Stock or tho W. L. Douglas scho.e Capital Stock, $2,000,000. SI, 000,000 Preferred Stock. 51,000,000 Common Stock. Shares, $IOO each. Sold at Par. Onlj Preferred Slock offered for sale. W. L Douglas retains all Common Stock. TherrffmM Stock of the W. I I)onglShoeCom rany ptyt better than ftarlnn lUnkt or Oorrrnment ltowli. KTerydoltar of atock otrrretl tho pnMle hat V rtffcLD .zr 5 555--; LES WHB'. 4if S&eK "fsTS ifflMttV f In Dr. John Hall's tlmo It wan tlio custom In his church to nso tho old fashioned simple hymns, nnd tho sinning was congrcKatlonal. On ono occasion the Into William M. Kvarts discovered 13. Dolallold Smith, tho woll-hnown lawyer and tho corporation counsel of Now York, sIiibIiib wltb all his heart, and whispered to his friend: "Why there Is Smith sliiRlnK 'I want to bo an nnRel.' I know ho wanted to bo district attornoy, but I didn't know ho wanted to bo an angel." Tho remark was ropeated to Mr. Smith, and quick as a Hash came tho r...

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. — 28 October 1902

& h i &r T COL. CODY ("BUFFALO BILL") R.EPOR.TED SERIOUSLY ILL 1 "BUFFALO. W'MWJW i , I -v I,. Col. William F. Cody ("Buffalo Bill"), who is reported serlousy ill in So.ith Dakota, has been for thirty years tho most famous army scout, guide and plalnsmnn of tho west, and Is to-day one of the best known char acters In the country. Ho was born In Iowa about sixty-eight years ago, and at the ago of ten was on the plains of western Kansas.. His first Indian fight was at the ago of 11, RICH MISSOURIAN IN TROUBLE. Col, Edward Butler Is Accused of At tempted Jury Bribing. Col. Edward Butler, the politician and millionaire of St. Louis, on trial Col. Butler, at Columbia, Mo., for attempted Jury bribing1, has been a conspicuous figure in the affairs of St. Louis for a genera tion. He began Hfo ob a blacksmith in a small way, added shop after shop, secured contracts for shoeing the' street railway horses In the old days, and by easy steps became the representative of the railways befo...

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. — 28 October 1902

I f i 1 4 I' 999j?.9j??J?99j?94?9 9$? sj? $ 5$? 9$? sj? $ 9$? II. T SMITH. President II. T. lT.YNN. Vlecl'ic. 5023 I). KliniTXr.lt, Cnililcr. II. S. DIXON. Atwt Ciinlilcr. The National Bank oi Anadarko, l Anadarko, Oklahoma. CAPITAL - - - - $25,000. Collodions a Spoolalty. cANADARKO DEMOCRAT. K. T. Smith. , R L. Wlnklor. D. T. riynn. Win. Grimes. H. S. Dixon. D ICroItzor. ?J?sJ?J?4? ? 1 Photographs Many faees come before our camera and fiom each wo mako the nidst artistic picture possible Also wo make tin- finest Plutcnold Knlawmonts on the marget. Call at our Studio und got prices. Pictures from a penny to $10 por do.. Opposite .P. O. Russell. A GOOD BAKERY. IHIaro Bakery IJ Street is rlifiit up to date, AH bakery irootls strx-l'v . - rate. JJght broad Ih niado hetc, pure fn h and lino, .A.U goods nro fourd hero sold lu I u Hue, Cookies and cukes an 1 pastries O IC lxcollcnt goods In tlio bakory way. "Rest lunches aro lioro, wholesome- and nice, A"d served In rl lit manner, lowest ...

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. — 28 October 1902

"JWf-f. li 1i ...LOCAL NEWS.., David Kubank of Sickles, is in the city today. DenniB Drown returned to Ed inond yesterday. W. E. Maddox, of llobart, was in tbc city yesterday. T. B. Pago made a business trip to Cbickasba yesterday. Joe Roberts is transacting busi ness in Stillwater this week. Square meals at tbe Blue Front Restaurant. SStf Mr. R. D. Gunn is building a six room residence just cast of his borne. Clyde Bellamy, of tho telephone company, returned from Lawton, yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Kachnndcrfcr and son, of Ilinton O. T., were in the city yesterday. The Ladies Aid Society will meet at McAuiuch Hall Wednesday, Oct. 20, at 2 p. m. Tell every body you see that thero is reduced rates on the 11- R. for the celebration. Mrs. Morris Lee Hite, of Fort Cobb, has been seriously ill, but is reported some better today. Miss Edith Tweed, stenographer in the J. Ij. ByrnoReal estate office went to Lawton on tho morning train. Mrs. M. J. Ogle returned to her borne at Zarab Kansas, toda...

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. — 28 October 1902

1 r ! Anadnrko Daily Democrat i,. i). in.ANitr.Nsiiir, I Atfncinrko, Oklahoma Xing Fcorbxll lb rapidly running tip lls scoro of lirokou bones. Zohuwitu burled In n stylo (lint bo Would liivo dollphted to virtto about. ItUBsell ago declares (lint prices r-.ro too high. Ho must teed a now Uatr It Is prUy t'nrly for aiombora ot tbo Austndlnn I'liiiituoiiwe&tth to (all secession. - i An obnviT ' "tho 'old' World Is growing ynung again" second child liood, perhaps. ring poiiR ought to bavo romnrkabln voguo this winter. It li a great pro ducer ot caloric. All tbat Wo enn hopo for now Is that Yobo and Strong may not got divorced and do nioro barm. Tho Parisian protestors nro not In clined (o (real tbo now comet with ordinary French comity. Somo wnll paper, costing ?-'5 a roll, which reached Knnsns tho other day, Is called Wall street paper. Tbo coming voguo of tho mutton leg nleovo may bo regarded as another protest ngalnst tho beef trust. Putting fancy prices on coal when (hero Is non...

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. — 28 October 1902

STATEHOOD QUESTION , An Able, Lucid Exposition of It, Showing How it Vitally Affects , " . r? ii r.vpiw ivihii b . RESOLVES ITSELF Two States Means High Taxes One State - Vote as your business interests indicate whether you or V 4tr. if '(From Special to the Oklaboman. I Norman, O. T., Oct. 7. A meeting jwaa held n this city tonight that for Intense Interest and enthusiasm acllpsed any political ovent hero lu rocent years. The speakers were Hon. Wm. Cross, Hon. C. E. Ames and Hon. J. O. Blakency. Mr. Cross received a flattering ova tion when ho arose to speak. He made an address that wont straight Domo to hl3 hearers, and tho large iiudlenco repeatedly cheered him as Be showed up the fallacious claims of tho opposition candidate. His speech was rather shorter than usual, en ac count of the fact that Mr. Amos was announced to deliver an address on the statehood auostlon. Mr. Ames address was a masterpiece cf elo quence and logic, and tho audlencp was at times tumultuous as he laid op...

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. — 28 October 1902

n r wWlw T THEY TAKE WELL! 1BQ "S3 .-' I: Mi The Sorosis Garment Company inujka a specialty of womens Black Mercerized Petticoats. In fact Petti i4oits comprise their entire line. They insist that they have always done ith&r best and that their business is increasing by leaps and bounds. They t.cljiini an increas in business from the first of January, 1902, to the first of 3u?y, of 152 per cent over the same period of 1901. They attribute this Veniarkable increase to three features: First, using better goods; Second, 'Jitter cutting and making, and Third, to selling Retailers for Cash at a Jess 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. A&& Think of buying a really well made Black Mercerized Petticoat Qfts ofgood material that will fit well and "feel" right for only ZOk You can do that same if you buy the sorosis. d JC You can bu...

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. — 29 October 1902

f r Anadarko Daily Democrat. u f vol. 2. g ANADARKO. OADDO CO., OKLA., OCT. 2f), 1002. i no. rvi. W E ARE SHOWING ' rr t Sfe Newest !up-to-date, perfect fitting, strictly tailor made walking Irts. 1 have just received a new line and they represent i greatest possible value at least cost. Black and White Flare. limed' walking skirt, made of 16 oz cofnation cloth, t seams, pleated fan bottom. $5-oo Vilined Melbon Walking Skirts. Isolutelyall wool corded and stitched, colors, grey, awn and black. $5.00 dfie Newest m Walking Skirts. ide of best quality carnation cloth, pleated with fan ILL -!...n (uhJ MniimI tnn .f -flriw4- cillniaA tirifn lUOUl. IUICC UailUS AI'UUMU iup ui Jn.ill, omv-iiwu tviiii ite silk. A very swell effect. $7.50 MORE REPUBLICAN LOYE ! FOR THE NEGRO, AND A SAMPLE Of ITS DISPENSATION. Two Worthies in the Camp Who, on Account of Fatriotism, De serve x Leather Medal. I Alsaa new Line Fancy Washinjjs. out 3 doz 2 1-2 yds 'in each piece, mo two alike; price $i-3Si i5. H-...

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. — 29 October 1902

1 3, -""TT - w M rt S9$?SJ)?9J)?795J9 9J9 9$??j?9J?5$?9$?9$?9$? -T. SMITH. President. ELT. PLYNN, Vloe-Prcn. -0023- I) KIlElTZKU. Cashier II. S DIXON. A ant. Cannier Tlfe National Bank of Anadarko, Anndarko, Oklahoma. CAPITAL - - - - $25,000. Colloatlons a Spoolalty. U.S. Dixon. D. Kreltzor. II- T. Smith. U. T. Flynn. t F. L. Wlnklor. Win. Grimes. S999?J?9$?9$??$? ?jj? 9$? ?$? 9$? 9$? 9$? 9$? ?$? 9JJ? Photographs - Many fncos cnmo before our camera and from ouch wo mako tho most artistic plcitno possible Also wo mnko tho llncst Platouold Enlargements 011 tliu margct. Cull at our Studio and got prices. Pictuios from a penny to $10 per do. Ofrposlto P. O. JRl4SSell J A GOOD BAKERY. I4.3qco Hakcry n Street is right up to date, AH bakory goods strictly first rato, JLilght bread Is niado lioro, puto fresh and lino, JJ goods aro found horo sold in thu lino, Cookles and cakos and pantries O IC Xxcollent goods in tho bakery way. Host lunchos aro horo, wholosomo and nice, And served in right...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
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