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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 6 December 1902

L: ...LOCAL NEWS... -waasssgjr Rov. Holt is in the city today. E. D. Williams recently sold lot 12 block 45 to Worth Farmer. Prof. Looney, of Apache, Co. Supt. elect, is in the city today. Mr. Carter, of North Boundary is very low with typhoid fover. C. D. Van Dyck of Bridgeport, was transacting business in Ana darko yesterday. Benjamin Johnson, of Hydro, was an Anadarko visitor yester day. Miss Belle Duncan is in town today and reports a very pleasant school in her District. Mr. and Mrs. McCormick have gone out to their ranch nej-r Bin ger and will return Monday. That cold wave is coming, bet ter buy your coal from Missouri Lumber Cc. Phono GO. 70tf Regular services of tho Christ ian church will bo hold tomorrow at 11 a. m. and 7 :30 p.m., at Mc Aninch Hall. Messrs. Hiatt and Mayberry, school directors of Dist. No. 38, took a load of school furniture from the depot yesterday. Tom Cooper and wife, of Ft. Cobb, were in Anadarko yester day, tho guests of Rov. Moats and wife. There are...

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 December 1902

I THISofWEEKANDNEXT I fP Things from Chicago. 1 At The Peoples Store we will receive this week and next week many kinds of bright new merchandise. Thest new goods are a part of what we have been buying from time to time dur ing the past three months for Christmas presents. It might strike many of you as peculiar that we would buy so far ahead for Christmas trade, but the facf is that if a merchant shows the choicest goods he must buy early while selections are good. Many of our new goods had to be made after the ordei's were given Among Bhe New Goods Are things from New York and Philadelphia, such as new Chatalaines and popular price jewelry, new ribbons, new Monte Carlo coats for women. THE PEOPLES STORE The New baits, new hosiery. Things from Si Louis.. New shoes for men and women, new ties, new suspenders from 25c to $1.50, new mufflers from 50c to $1.50, new under wear for men, new handkerchiefs for all. NEW JAPANESE WARE from the New York importer, cups and caucers in fine Chin...

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. — 9 December 1902

Anadarko D&ily Democrat. VOL. 2. ANADARKO. CADDO CO., OKI,A.. DH'. '.), 1002. NO. 80. osiSESSsassszzisacsasisssssisK gssiBaBasiEaaia ON I Ladles9 CoalSc Lvarm weather has left too many cloaks in some stiles, ich we cannot afford to carry, rather sell them at a loss hv, while you can get a full season's wear out of them. Jn't wait until the end of the season as is usual. STATEHOOD FIGHT. Still Very Exciting. Will Moid Teddy to Ills Promise. COMMERCIAL CLUB. r jWe have 6 Gray Raglans, e style, tigm lining oacKb, long, more oi gpoci gray lton. When we bought is fall, we considered them wrgain at 5.00. The wea ker beat us, you can nave em at $2.50 Four Raglans, made of ktra good quality Melton. ody lined With black silk ere marked to sen ato.uu pw .00 $4- $12.50 Automobiles, in ightTan effects with yoke fleets, reduced to About 12 Automobele coats. The stylish 3-4 length. More of best all wool Kersey Stitched raw edges, large pearl button, lined throughout with best mercerized linin...

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. — 9 December 1902

-fl cANADARKO DEMOCRAT. I. U. BLANKENS1II1', Editor and 1'rop. SUHSCKU'TION UATKS DAIIiY. Ono year in advance - 94.00 Six months In advance 82-00 Throo months in advanco l-00 wMincr.Y ruiiMsHHo isvhky 'mints- DAY. Ono Year $1-00 Six Months M Thrco Months "r Advertising rates niado known on application. Hntoi-pd at tlio nostolllco lit Ana darko, Oklahoma, us second-class mall mutter. Anadakho. Oki.a.. Oi:r. 1 1002 ...LEGAL NOTICES.. (I'lnit l'libllenllon Out. 81 1B02 ) Notice Of Publication. Torrltiw r Okluhom 1 m INTlllIDlSTItlCT Caaili) fountv 1 CUUItT. Lenn MnthewB. 1 lulntllT VH. Hubert K. MbIIipwh. ilplomlonl ShIiI ileri-iiili-nt. Itnlif it JI. Mttthcws. will tnUo nottoe Hint lie linn licrumtoil Intheulwvc iiHiuoil court hy l.cnii Mntlii-WMfiirn ilhon-p from the liomlHOf innliiiniinv licrctofiiri) 'x litlng between kiM purlte. imtl bbIiI ilefonil out mUNt nnxwur lliu petition llleil liy wilil plHhittrrniralnst him In milil oourt, on or lipfoio tin- lt iliiy of Dei-einbi-r IIKtt,...

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. — 9 December 1902

I ...LOCAL NEWS... Commercial Club meets to night. Atty. Carswell of Bingor, is in the city attending court. S. A. Barnes paid the Demo crat a friendly visit today. Big potato sale, cor. 7 and Alain street, tnis week last chance, try them. 88t4 Abo Mulkcy, the evangelist, will soon begin a series of meet ings in Leger, O. T. James Brown Jr. of the James Brown, Lumber Co. roturned to day from Oklahoma City. Wanted at onco, good girl for general house work. Mrs. Chas. L. Crum. 80lf Miss Lovo Rose, of Cogar, is visiting her sisters, Mrs. Dowitt and Miss Maude Rose. Lady clerk wanted, at Bizzy B3o Kandy Kitchen. Apply at once. 8Stf Fred Georko has moved his restaurant into the rooms form erly occupied by tho Democrat on Main street. Odell blew in from tho north today, and blew out. C is. is O. K. and a friend to tho Demo crat. Whatever chango in govern ment may bo scheduled for the territories, there is one change which would bo very welcome, a decrease in the price of coal. Cloud Chief...

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. — 9 December 1902

THISWEEKMNDNEXT At The Peoples Store we will receive this week and next week many kinds of bright new merchandise. Thest new goods are a part of what we have been buying from time to time dur ing the past three months for Christmas presents. It might strike many of you as peculiar that we would buy so far ahead for Christmas trade, but the facl is that if a merchant shows the choicest goods he must buy early while selections are good. Alany of our new goods had to be made after the orders were given Among Bhe New Goods Are things from New York and Philadelphia, such as new Chatalaincs and popular price jewelry, new ribbons, new Monte Carlo coats for women. &M Mil The Peoples Store, THE PEOPLES STORE M 0k0. pp?p pptp Things from Chicago. New bolts, new hosiery. Things from St. Louis. New shoes for men and women, new ties, new suspenders from 25c to $1.50, new mufflers from 50c to $1.50, new under wear for men, new handkerchiefs for all. NEW JAPANESE WARE from the New York importe...

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. — 10 December 1902

Ostiiy 4LlldlUGll JnLtJ AClllUvA CLI0 l' VOIj. 2. & ANADARKO. CADDO CO.. OKLA.. DFX'. 10, 1002. NO. OO. I- t 7 !( I! ,1 11 W ! IC V. h M 11 s i e: E E i flfHMH mMHII'iHIFI"!! Ill I ' Him lil IHilfi'I'iH II 'I I I1" II li'i UN II Bfl'll I'll ill ON Laddies Coats, Warm weather has left too many cloaks in some stiles, which we cannot afford to carry, rather sell them at a loss now, while you can get a full season's wear out of them. Don't wait until the end ol the season as is usual. We have 6 Gray Raglans, late style, tight fitting backs, 54 long, more of good gray Melton. When we bought this fall, we considered them a bargain at 5.00. The wea ther beat us, you can have them at $2.50 Four Raglans, made of extra good quality Melton. Body lined with black silk J were marked to sell at 8.00 now $4.00 $12.50 Automobiles, in light Tan effects with yoke effects, reduced to $8.75 About 12 Automobele coats. The stylish 3-4 length. More of best all wool Kersey Stitched raw edges, large pea...

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. — 10 December 1902

cANADARKO DEMOCRAT. I. I). lIUNKliNSIIIl', Editor and l'rop. aunsciui'TioN ratios daily. Ono yoar In advance $1.00 Six months In advanco 2.00 Throo months In advanco - $1.00 WlUIKtiY l'UIINUIIKI) I1VKIIV TIIUHS-DAY. OnaYonr 51-00 Six Montlis 60 Tlirro Months 26 Advertising ratos inudo known on application. Knturnd nt the nostolllco lit Ana' dark o, Olclahomu, as second-class mall matter. Anadakko. Oki.a.. 1)i:i. 10 11)02 ...LEGAL NOTICES... (I'lrst I'ulilloiHlnnOPl '21 105 Notice Of Publication. Trirltori of Oklnhiini ' .. INTHIIDISTHICT I itdilu oounn i ' OUK'I r.pnn Mutliew i ihiiuiin llobert P. Malhcws drfi-mlont Snlil lU-remli'iit. Ilobrrt II MnihrwH will Hike nolloe thiit he hiut born miert In the uhcivo nnmeil uourl ly Inii MnihcWMlur a ilivuruu Iroluthe Ixmrtsof lnnlilniimv heriilofcire x istlnt lrlwiii h ilrt iirlli-K, mid sulci iloferul elil mum iionwit the iietltlim Hied liy HBld lilnlullRnvHliist lilin In Hiilrt rutin, on or linforu Uioltiliy of Dcoetuber lfliW, or llio i...

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. — 10 December 1902

...LOCAL NEWS... Boon Ilito of Ft. Cobb, is in tho city. Tho Grand Jury is u terror to ovil doors. Mr. Carter is reported consid erably better today. Dr. Ilalloway will locate at Minco. Success to you Dr. Atty. D. C. Lewis of Oklahoma City, is attending court. Tho law firm of Matheny & Livesay dissolved partnership yesterday. The jury said not guilty in the ease of the Territory vs. ' Virgil K. l?uskett. Pros. Atty. II. D. Crosby is hecuring a great many convic tions for the Territory. Big potato sale, cor. 7 and Main street, this week last chance, try them. 8St4 "Wanted at once, good girl for general house work. Mrs. Chas. L. Crum. 80tf Lady clerk wanted, at Bizzy Beo Kandy Kitchen. Apply at once. 88tf B. H. Randolph and Judge W. I. Matheny have formed a copart nership to practice law. Mr. and Mrs. Kidd of Okarche, are visiting the families of J. B. Collins, and Frank Seward. Mr. J. B. Collins returned to his ranch, 8 1-2 miles south of town, this afternoon. Judge John Wimberly...

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. — 10 December 1902

H Ic 1 k 1 IVI in m tf kb III Py I I iKlKlf iTtnTTll -.It-Tr- r-z-vr r-,vT.. r, SMMAMI MANAMA MS&KBWS &K??K?m suspenders, white silk and also fine linen handkerchiefs, pret- In the new country as well as where you came from, you must buy Christmas Gifts. All the Anadarko merchants are no doubt surprised that they have sold so many things already for Christmas presents. In this store we have sold a big lot of goods for gifts and have accepted payments and laid aside dozens of articles that will make glad the hearts of the re cipients Christmas morning. Christmas Gifts have come to be a necessity, but of late better judgement is used in their selection. Articles of use or wear are being selected more and more for gift giving. Merch andise only to look at does not meet with same approval as formerly, while things that can be worn or used are becoming more popular every year. When considering the gifts you must purchase, thing of this store. We are pretty well prepared to serve ...

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. — 11 December 1902

Anadarko i Be JLUIUvl Vol,. 2. ANADARKO. CADDO CO., OKLA.. IYEC. 11. 1002. NO. 01. H Ei 1 EwwtwwMJtuKiiMce'itwyMwwrTOrTCTMwe ON Ladies' Coats. Varm weather has left too many cloaks in some stiles, ich we cannot afford to carry, rather sell them at a loss v, wluie you can get a mil season s wear out or mem. I't wait until the end of the season as is usual. IVe have 6 Gray Raglans, : ityic, uyiii 1111111& uairvj, long, more of good gray Hon. When we bought kfall, we considered them lirgain at 5.00. The wea- r beat us, you can have m at $2.50 hour Kagians, maae or ra pood aualitv Melton. idy lined with black silk remarked to sell at 8.uu w $4.00 B12.S0 Automobiles, in lit Tan effects with voke fects, reduced to $8.75 About 12 Automobele coats. The stylish 3-4 length. More of best all wool Kersey Stitched raw edges, large pearl button, lined throughout with best mercerized lining, a strictly up-to-date coat. We have them in Castor, Tan Black, were 8.50, and to close out and 10.00 $6...

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. — 11 December 1902

F. C. and AMERICA cANADARKO DEMOCRAT. L. I). BLANKENS1III1. Editor and I'rop. SUlJSCnilTlON n.VTKH MAir.Y. Onu ye.ir in advance S-J.00 Six months tn advance 2.00 Throe months in wlvnnoo - 4100 vVHHKI.Y l-OIIMillHIl HVMKY THUK9 DAY. One Year 81.00 Six Months M Tliroo Months "& Advertising rates made known on application. Entered nt tlio postotllco lit Ana darko, Oklalionm, iib second-class mull mutter. Anadauko. Oki.a.. Dr.r. 11 1002. 9?9999Q99j9?9ft?99g9 9? S$? $? S$? 9? 9$? 9$? $? 1 r . T SMITH. lTcildent I T. PI.YNN Vlee-Prc I). KIlElTZnK, Ciwhler. I! S DIXON. Ant. Cashier BEAUTY CORSETj1 -6023 attfc The National Bank of Anadarko, Anadarko, Oklahoma. CAPITAL - - - - $25,000. Collections a Specialty. As beautiful in construe! uman-m fryTv r 6(h 3 RANDALL LI VESA Y, Lawyer. l'rnctlco in nil courts. Notary in oillco. Hoforcnuo: Xutional Mimi of Atmdiirko. Oillco over Tlio Fair. HO'S, I'KIIHV A FAIiMKK, Attorneys-at-Law. Oillco National Bank of Anadnrko HuildinR. as dainty in desi...

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. — 11 December 1902

u- ... LOCAL NBWS... Fronoh fruits at Hofltnans. Oltf Every kind of candy imagin able at Hoffman's. Oltf Have you soon Hoffman's lino of candios yet? Mr. J.-M. Youngblood is in Apache today on bnsincss. Mr. Stewart of Hydro, is trans acting business in town today. Fred Pfaff returned yesterday from a business trip to Oklahoma City. Big potato sale, cor. 7 and Main street, this week last chance, try thorn. SSU Wanted at once,' good girl for general house work. Mrs. Chas. L. Crum. SOtf There was a very interesting literary program at the Mothvin Institute last night. Chas. Tippie will finish the brick work on the Campbell building today. Pure sugar makes pure candy. Hoffman makes his candy from the genuine article. Oltf Seo E. D. Williams for Insur ance. Real Estate and Farm Leases. OOtf. Miss Stella Beau, a cousin of B. II. Randolph, is hero visiting Mr. Randolph and family. Hoffman has a car load of fruit in transit (hand car) he says for the Christmas trade. Oltf Mr. Georko has ope...

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. — 11 December 1902

SELLING.. a 0A 90 IGI Jjh3 JL I 1 Jrlh3 In the new country as well as where you came from, you must buy Christmas Gifts. All the Anadarko merchants are no doubt surprised that they have sold so many things already for Christmas presents. In this store we have sold a big lot of goods for gifts and have accepted payments and laid aside dozens of articles that will make glad the hearts of the re cipients Christmas morning. Christmas Gifts have come to be a necessity, bul of late better judgement is used in their selection. Articles of use or wear are being selected more and more for gift giving. Merch andise only to look at docs not meet with same approval as formerly, while things that can be worn or used are becoming more popular every year. When considering the gifts you must purchase, thing of this store. We are pretty well prepared to serve you with practical present. GIFTS FOR LADIES'. We have them in abundance. Such things as Silk dress skirts and silk waists, nice wool dress or...

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. — 12 December 1902

irr Anadarko Democrat n VOL,. 2. ANAPARKO. OAT MX) CO., OIvJjA.. DKC. 12. 1002. NO. 02. 14 Off ALL AT pmwr I"A-j -ray - 9' neFair This includes Jackets, Monta Carlos, Three Quarter Length Automobiles and all childien's Garments. Buy one for your wife, your daughter or your sweetheart for Christmas. "SMILING SMILEY." A Large and liiitliuslastic Audience Smiled on the "Smiling Smiley" In the Congregational Church Last Night. MUllllllllllilllllilllllllllllllllllll: illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillli LAUNDRY SERVICE AND J 1 TOWEL SUPPLY. Something to All a long folt want. Tho Lawton Steam Laundry. Jones & Sons, proprietors, hae established a branch office, and completo laundry service and first-class work guaranteed. Daily shipments will be made. Work called for and delivered to any part of the city. Tele phono servico in connection. Ollicos, business houses, sa loons, etc., furnished with towel supply. Charges reasonable If there was any doubt in Dr. Smiley'a mind of Hobart pe...

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. — 12 December 1902

THE REPUBLICANS Of Oklahoma Wnnt to Hold a Convcii' tlon. Opposed to Mnjorlty Report of the Senatorial Conunlttce. From Saturday's Daily. V few dnys ngo every little two-by-four Republican paper in Oklahoma raised the cry Unit the single statehood peoplo wore defeating Oklahoma's chances for statehood by holding a con ention at Claremoro and ex pressing their ideas, and pub lishing them to the world. This was high trenson according to those Republican papers. They do not beliovo what tho Consti tution of tho United States says, "That tho peoplo lmvo n right to assemble and petition Congress." Oli 1 no that is all wrong, but now what are these little fellows going to do? Ferguson, Grimes, Speed McGuiro. Cash Cade and all tho "Big Fish" in tho Republican party say thoy are in favor of a convention at once, to denounce the action of tho Territorial Com mittee, in recommending single statehood for Oklahoma, and the Indian Territory. These gentle men have a perfect right to meet and a pe...

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. — 12 December 1902

U-r SUBROSA. Why Should the Estimated Cost of the Water-works System be Kept Secret? From Monday's Daily A short timo ago tho Democrat said something about the water works proposition. Wo had boon informed that there was a "nig ger in tho wood pile," and so wo called tho attention of our readers to tho proposition as best wo could with the light wo had on on tho subject. Tho editor of tho Times says wo aro ignorant. We plead guilty. Wo went to tho City clerk to know tho facts in the ease, the terms of tho propo sition etc. That gentleman said he was the only man in tho city who knew tho terms of tho plans as submitted to the Secretary of the Interior and that ho positively would not tell anyone anything about tho estimated cost. The acting Mayor was present and said ho knew nothing about tho 'cost and did not want to. They gave as their reason for this that they did not want to let people who might want to bid on the con tract know tho estimated cost. Now this may bo all right. Wo a...

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. — 12 December 1902

cANADARKO DEMOCRAT. I. D. BUNKENSIIIP, Editor and Prop. SUIISGHU'TION KATHS DAILY. One yo ir in advnnco 81.00 Six months In mlvnnco 2.00 Thrco months In advnnco 31.00 wiir.iu.Y i'Uhmsiii'.o nvr.iiY tiiuks- UAY. One Year 91-00 Six Months CO Thrco Months 25 Advertising rates inndo known on application. Hntorctl sit tho postofllco (it Ana darko, Oklahoma, us second-class mall mutter. Anadauko. Okla.. Dr.c. 11! 1002. ...LEGAL NOTICES.. trirHtl'iiWIi'iUlonOcl 21 IWB ) Notice or Publication. intiii:iisthict COUHT Territory of Oklnhoin 1 1 fiulilo I'ounly t Lena Miiiliown, i mini in . Itoliort II Mathews. ilofiMiilont Snlil ilBfomlcnt, Itoliert 1!. MiithowN will tiiki' niitk'O tlmt he Iicim lioi'ii Niieil Itithniilmwi mimoil court by Lonn Mntlu-wiifiir u imwri! rrom tliu lM)ii(lnf iniitrtiniinr hcrotofnrr ox imlnif liutwcuu Hiilil iinrtlfN. unit mila defend ont mint niiHunr tlio iiotltlon tiled by wild lilalntHTHKaliml him In mild enurt. mi or before tlio lit ilny of Deeember H. or the pol...

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. — 12 December 1902

...LOCAL NEWS... French fruita at Hoflmans. Oltf Read tho change in the ad of the Fair. Tho Fair is offering splendid bargains. Every kind of candy imagin able at Hoffman's. Oltf Our merchants are enjoying a good Christmas trade. Miss Ida McAninch is siok to day. Tho weather forecast says Saturday (tomorrow) will bo fair. Wst notato sale. cor. 7 and Main street, this week last chance, irv them. 88t4 Wanted at once, good girl for general house work. Mrs. Chas. L. Crum. 80tf Pure sugar makes pure candy. Hoffman makes his candy from tho genuine article. Oltf Mr. Smith of tho Grocer firm of Smith & Beal is at Persimon attending to business matters. Burk Freisleben of K! C. was taken orders for stationary of our printers yesterday. See E. D. Williams for Insur ance. Real Estate and Farm Leases. 90tf. Hoffman has a car load of fruit in transit (hand car) ho says for the Christmas trade. ' Oltf Smiling Smiloy tho noted lect urer and preacher will deliver a sermon at tho M. E. church Su...

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. — 12 December 1902

PROF. THOMPSON Clinlrmmi of the Commercial Club Ap points lits Committees nnit Urges Active Work. From "Wednesday's Daily. Tho meeting of tho Commercial Club on Tuesday ovoning was, upon the whole, most gratifying. Many of the business men turned out after so many weeks and months of inactivity. Wo are also gratified with tho liberality displayed by a few merchants in contributing to tho Commercial Club's financial needs. Moro than your money, wo want your presonoo at our meetings. If the business men do not push public matters, who will? There aro many things a live Commercial Club can do, and it should be the Intention to do them. Every friond of our city will help uh, not necosRrrily with money, but with wordB of encouragement on ovory occasion. Other towns aro getting trade that rightly belongs lo us if we should got better roads. There is no occasion for rivalry and joalousy. Tho pros perity of one man helps others. This is a groat question of politi cal economy. Tho opportunit...

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