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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 30 January 1903

) D'OUNEEO - Good things to eat? If so, Takehoma lot of fruit, nuts, can dies, etc. Nothing so nice as a fancy dish of fruit on tho tablo whon you go homo at night; While toasting your feet by a warm fireside, you eat, cat and oat, forgQtting all business caros. Thoso things with about b.alf a dozen dear little ones climbing over you with Sorghum molassos oandy, that mama made, aro ovor thoir faces and in their haiii, make flmtm happy. Wo lmvo candy that koops thorn Mvoetand clean. e Uttle Elsie Gregory has boon sick for&overal days. Say something gobd about tho town, to every visitor you see. Wo want your coal tradp. Call us up, pnono ow 70tf Missouri Lumuer Co, Try tho City Steam Laundry for first class work. Phono 01. 130-tO HOFFMAN'S LOCAL NEWS... j 1 . gggg? Gibbs, Lawyer, Anadarko. Boom tho railroad proposition. Seo tho Minstrel Monday night. 134- H W. M. Hazletl, of Ft. Cobb, is in tho oity today. Bairds for host fruits, and can dies. 133t0 Sheriff James Thompson re turne...

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. — 30 January 1903

NEW FOOTWEAR &&& M& We have received the new styles for spring in Ladies' and Misses Footwear and you can depend upon our statement that they are correct in everyway. These new things arc somewhat different from what you've been wearing. The soles are lighter and not so much extended. The range of prices is so easy that every pocket book is fitted, Slippers and Sandals from $1.00 to $3.00, Oxfords $1.25 to 3.50, Shoes $1.50 to 4.00. Misses and Childrcns shoes and slippers at all prices from 50c to $2.00, Boys shoes $1.25 to 2.25. :MEN'S SHOES, They are here at many prices from the long wearing plow shoes at $1.50 on up to the very nice goods at4.so We have wjiat working men want in good, weighty shoes of good shape and the right kind of workmanship at $2.00 and 2.50. It pays to buy good work shoes. We invite you to call at this store'and see just how a business is conducted upon an absolute straight plan. The leading hnrdwavo houso in tlio city. Wo curry ft full lino...

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. — 31 January 1903

nad&rko Daily Democrat k'OL. 2. ANADARKO, CADIX) CO., OIvLA., JAN. JJ1, 1001). & no. iao. rgains in Plows... a Sold loss than cost at M. E. Sowards, who carries a complete lino of Hardwara and ImplomontB. Thoso plows aro tho John Deoro in good r.hapo and wo aro soiling 12 inch plows for S8.00, 14 inch plows S8'.50 and 10 inch plows at 80.00. Call at onco as thoy will not last long at these prices. Maiiv St. Between 6 aivd 7 HllllllllllllllllilllllllHI: o You Eat? Of Course You Do. You can get good things eat at SWING'S Staple and Fancy Groceries. Big "C" Flour tho best oh tth. 3rd door east of P.O. )ne 72. Highest market prico paid r all kinds of conntry pro- uce. II1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH John T. Hoover I -All kinds of- MEATS, 4 Sausage, Lard and Game in Season. Cheapest Place in Town n Phono 72 A Possum Fcnst. Sovoral business mon of tho city clubbed togethor, bought n fino fat possum, and had it cook ed and florvod nt tho Klondike restaurant yesterday evening. T...

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. — 31 January 1903

THE ANADARKO DEMOCRAT L. D. BLANKENSIIIIN Editor and Prop. 3UIIS01U1T10N UATKS DAILY. One year in advanco 4-1.00 Six months in advanco - 82.00 Thrco months in advance 81.00 WKHKLY rUIIMSHIlD UVERY TllUltS DAY. One Year 81-00 Six Months CO Thrco Months 26 Advertising rates mado known on application. Kntored nt tho poatofllco at Ana :larko, Oklahoma, as second-class mall matter. Anadahko. Okla.. Jan. at tOo:i. Tho Citizens National Bank of Anadarko hangs up a neat ign to tho offoct that tlioy aro protected by a policy in tho Bankers Mutual Company. This rafors to an iiiBuranco policy is sued by tho Company to tho Bank, idomnifying it from loss that may bo caused by a burg lary or robbory of tho bank, and suouroB the bank and ito patrons from tho dangor of loss from that score. Tho Company issu ing tho policy pays tho loss oc casioned and in addition to this monoy protection, tho Company lias an efficient dotoctivo servico which is at onco put on tho track of a criminal who interfors w...

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. — 31 January 1903

M 1 1 II DOUNEED Good things to eat? If bo, Tnkehoma lot of fruit, nuts, can dies, etc. Nothing so nico hb a fancy dish of fruit on tho tablo whon you go homo at night; Whilo toasting your foot by a warm firesido, you eat, eat and eat, forgetting all businoBS ''ares. Theso things with about half a dozen dear littlo ones climbing over you with Sorghum molasses candy, that mama made, aro over their faces and in their hair, make a man happy. Wo have candy that keeps them sweet and clean. JIOFFMAN'S Mr. A. R. Pegg, of Apache, is transacting business in Anadarko today. Just received a car of John Deer plows. 133tf Duncan & Loonhard. Just received a car of Alderson fancy lump coal. C. II. Kamm. Phono 43. 120tf Preaching"at tho Baptist church by tho pastor, tomorrow as usual. No night service. Try tho City Steam Laundry for first class work. Phono 04. 130-tO This is tho only Minstrel you will havo a chanco to goo this season in Anadarko. Mahara's Minstrel next Monday night. 131-tl Ono ...

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. — 31 January 1903

W ) ' NMtlS SL NEW FOOTWEAR. Wc have received the new styles for spring; in Ladies' and Misses Footwear and you can depend upon our statement that they are correct in everyway. These new things are somewhat different from what you've been wearing. rThe soles are lighter and not so much extended. The range of prices is so easy that every pocket book is fitted, Slippers and Sandals from $1.00 to $3.00, Oxfords $1.25 to 3'So, Shoes $1.50 to 4.00. Misses and Childrcns shoes and slippers at all prices from 50c to $2.00, Boys shoes $1.25 to 2.25. n MEN'S SHOES. They are here at many prices from the long wearing plow shoes at $1.50 on up to the very nice goods at 4.50 We have what working men want in good, weighty shoes of good shape and the right kind of workmanship at $2.00 and 2.50. It pays to buy good work shoes We invite you to call at this store and see just how a business is conducted upon an absolute straight plan. Tlio londing hardwavo house In the city. Wo carry a full lino of ha...

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. — 2 February 1903

I I - v. Anadarko Daily Democrat. r, . & VOI,. 2. ANADARKO, CADDO 'CO., OKLA., FKB. 2, 100! . g NO. 107. ffi .1 irgains in Plows... Sold loss than cost at M. E. Sowards, who carries a complete lino of Hardwars and Implements. These plows are the John Deero in good shapo and wo aro selling 12 inch plows for S8.00, 14 inch plows S8.G0 and 10 inch plows at S9.00. Call at onco as they will not last long at these prices. Main St. Between 6 and 7 to You Eat? I Of Course You Do. j You can get good things eat at . , SWING'S Staple and . Fancy Groceries. 'h'g"C" Flour the beston rth. 3rd door east of P.O. ,iono 72. Highest market price paid r all kinds of conntry pro- ce. Ill llilllllllllllllllllll!lllllllllllll John T. Hoover I -All kinds of- MEATS, Sausage, Lard and Game in Season. Cheapest Place in Town Phono 72 Es :li!lllllllllillillilllilllllllllllll pnoi lifchell & Hapman, Ono of the loading' Hardwaro dealers and tho oxclusivo Pump and Wind Mill dealers In Anadarko. Wo do all k...

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. — 2 February 1903

THE ANADARKO DEMOCRAT L. D. BLANKENSHIP, Editor and Prop. SUIISCIU1T10N HATES DAILY. Ono your in advanco $4.00' Six months In advanco 42.00 Thrco months In advanco $1.00 WEISKLY I'UIIWmilllJ nVKUY TJIUIIS DAY. One Year $1.00 Six Montlis CO Thrco MontliH 2G Advertising ratos inado known on application. tin tared at tho postofllco at Ana darko, Oklahoma, as socond-class mall matter. Ana1)Auko. Oki.a., Ki:ii. 2 100a. Mis Williams nntl Mrs. Clark, of Kansas City, who aro in tho oity for tho purpoao of advertis ing "WhanUno, a now broakfant food, havo mado thoir hoadquar torn at Ilorndon and Britlons storo, on Brondway, and aro at tracting Iho attention of tho ladies of tho city by tho delight ful miiBic whioh thoy furnish, and also by tho sumplo dishos of thoir broakfast food, which thoy havo boon serving all day. Judgo It. A. Billups, who is serving his second term as pro balo judgo of Washita Co., is only twenty throo years of ago, and as tho statutes of Oklahoma require a probato jud...

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. — 2 February 1903

1 fr c r r- H (I ; Ph ;4 K 01 th s-l clj Vfc vil set esq con em uas y .rd OSS, and ads. 'lit. :N and uj; Hhll m ts Coming! & How that good old soda will Sizz at our fountain in a fow days. Wo make it right too Because wo know how- e HOFFMAN'S ...LOCAL NEWS... Soo tho Minstrel Monday night. 134- t4 Under Sheriff Hoag went to Guthrio today. Bairds for bost fruits and can dies. 13310 Tom Doveo returned yesterday from Ft Cobb. For McAlister fancy lump coal, call up C. II. Kamm, phono 43. J. M. Snapp of Apacho is in tho city today. Low excursion rates for tho Mardi Grasviathe Choctaw. Jim Martin, of Lathram, is in Anadarko today. Win. Hazlott, of Ft. Cobb, is in Anadarko today. Try that excellent popcorn at , Bairde Confectionory. 133t0 C. Steimitz, from near Verdon, Vis in the city today. Get your bread and cakes of tho Anadarko bakery. 04tf A strenous effort is being mado to boom Cratervillo. For rent First class dwelling apply at Dcmocaat. 'Judge Mathonoy mado a trip to Chickasha ...

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. — 2 February 1903

4 NEW FOOTWEAR We have received the new styles for spring in Ladies' and Misses Footwear and you can depend upon our statement that they are correct in everyway. These new things are somewhat different from what you've been wearing. The soles are lighter and not so much extended. The range of prices is so easy that every pocket book is fitted, Slippers and Sandals from $1.00 to $3.00, Oxfords $1.25 to 35 Shoes $r.so to 4.00. Misses and Childrens shoes and slippers at all prices from 50c to $2.00, Boys shoes $1.25 to 2.25. M& &Mk pipjfl MEN'S SHOES. They are here at many prices from the long wearing plow shoes at $1.50 on up to the very nice goods at 4.50 We have what working men want in good, weighty shoes of good shape and the right kind of workmanship at $2.00 and 2.50. It pays to buy good work shoes. We invite you to call at this store and see just how a business is conducted upon an absolute straight plan. THE & PEOPLES & STORE v 1 Tho leading hardware Iioubo In ...

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. — 3 February 1903

AT HOFFMAN'S CANI-5I i ! ' t t-rJt . r i :t - l VOI ANADARKO, CADDO CO.. OKLA.. FI-JI1. ,'1. 19013. NO. 188. AHftOtcLiKO r i I First Spring OFFERINGS. Our Beautiful Line of EMBROI Has just arrived and as an inducement to early buyers will be placed on sale at a discount of it dF ' FOR 4 DAYS ONLY. This Sale will commence WOflBIOQj IIUUSIUUUUJ WMI T9 and last 4 days. MM hm A MR SUUUI "SFAJR Do You Eat? Of Course You Do. You can got good things to eat at EWING'S Staple and Fancy Groceries. Big "C" Flour tho boston earth. 3rd door east of P.O. Phono 72. Highest mnrkot prico paid for all kinds of conntry produce. MI!lllll!IIIIIilllllIII!llllll!!ll John T, Hoover I -All kinds of- EATS, Sausage, Lard and Game in Season. Cheapest Place in Town m Phono 72 H 'Sfephensons Drug Star e9 1st -door west ;M National Bnk w PL A Visit to Anadarko. Nestling by tho rfvoraido in one of Naluro's favored haunts in tho nouolous of a soon-to-bo thriving wostorn city. People have come from all over tho land...

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. — 3 February 1903

THE ANADARKO DEMOCRAT L. D. BLANKHNSllir, Editor and Prop. mmtamMu- -urn . aunscmii'TioN jiaths daim. One your In advnnoo $4.00 81x months In tidvnuce 2.00 Throo months in advnnco $1-00 VHHICI.r rUIIMSHHU HVHIIY TIIUHS DAY. One Your '' Six Months M Thro Montlw 2fi Advertising rules mado known on applioutlnn. Entered ut the postonico at Ana durko, Oklahoma, socoiid-ehuw tnal matt or. Akaimkko. Oki.a., Khii. 8 1008. Rumllett. Air. Robt. Dutohor of 80th plnco Chiofigo 111. hns Just com ploled hie now residence on his farm Just south of Randlotl. Ilia two littlo sons arrived here about 10 o'clock Sunday morning also household good a, cattle, and poultry. Mrs. Dulcher and family will arrive in a few days. Mrs. Victor Sublott who 1ms bean visiting his Aunt Mrs. F. A. Ballewof ltandlott will leave this evening for Oklahonui City. Littlo Clmttio Pilaris has boon very ill with pnoumonia for the past fow days. Dr. Mitchell of Anadarko is now tending tho paliont and wo aro ploasod to say she 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. — 3 February 1903

WANTED - AT - ONCE! t 10,000 People ii Caddo Couniy to Biy Winter Goods to ma-ke Room for a. Big Spring Stock. ,25 and 33 1-3 per cent is an old gag, and it don't work In Oklahoma. But when you can buy Dress Goods 34 inches wide half wool for 12 cents, now is the time. We must make room for spring goods and in order to do so we will give you a bargain. North Side Court House Square. HARJPER-FR.EELIN . Jme ou ko. N, 4 p- MERCANTILE COMPANY. Sore bUSuB &2? Wo havo ofton wondorod why it was that tho Doctors buy so much candy. It is over day oc curanco. Wo asked sovoral of our Doctors why it was, and thoy said it was one of tho best euro alls, thoy know of. Dr. Boyd, said, "Chocolato was n rrrri fliinnr in fvnbnwl ' "Hp. IHumo said, "Don't givo tho patient anything but chocolato candy to eat." Dr. Mitchell said, "I havo a bad cold, and I want a little candy it rolievos my throat." Dr. Tongo said, "If people would eat moro candy, thoy novor would bo sick." And so on thoy all a greo 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. — 3 February 1903

THE ANAiumQ flpin NEW FOOTWEAR M& mm mm wm We have received the new styles for spring in Ladies' and Misses Footwear and you can depend upon our statement that they are correct in everyway. These new tilings are somewhat different fr.om what you've been wearing. The soles are lighter and not so much extended. The range of prices is so easy that every pocket book is fitted, Slippers and Sandals 'from $1.00 to $3.00, Oxfords $1.25 to 3.50, Shoes $1.50 to 4.00. Misses and Childrens shoes and slippers at all prices from 50c to $2.00, Boys shoes $1.25 to 2.25. h&& M& MEN'S SHOES. They arc here at many prices from the long wearing plow shoes at $1.50 pn up to the very nice goods at 4.50 We have what working men want in good, weighty shoes of good shape and the right kind of workmanship at $2.00 and 2.50. It pays to buy good work shoes. We Invite you to call at this store and see just how a business is conducted upon an absolute straight plan. TH PEOPLES & STORE SSBmfi!...

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. — 4 February 1903

T HOFFMAN'S CANDIES. .f lff'- . Anadarko PVOL. 2. ANADARKO, CADDO CO., OKLA.. JFEB. 4. 1003. & NO. 130. . ... First Spring T frFFERJNGS. I -j ji .j Our Beautiful Line of EMBROIDERIES Has just arrived and as an inducement to early buyers will be .placed on sale at a discount of fio per B FOR 4 DAYS ONLY. This Sale will commence Wednesday Feb. 4, 1903 and last 4 days. r mk ll-I.IIJ !! I ..II. -- I 'I .11.11 - I I ! UN FAIR Do .You Eat? Of Courso You Do. You can get good things to eat at BWING'S Staple and Fancy Groceries. Big "C" Flour tho beston earthy 3rd door east of P.O. Phono 72. Highest market price paid for all kinds of conntry produce. fiuiHiinimmuiiiii!iHiiHii :i(liillllllll!Illllll!!lllllilUl John T. Hoover -All kinds of- MEATS, Sausage,' ' Lard and Game in Season. Cheapest Place in Town S Phono 72 jEJ :lllll!llllll!llllllllll!!lllllllis Stephensons Drag Store, 1st door west of National Boik of Ana.da.rko, 6th and B Sis. '"1 lllnton and River View. Mrs. Temple, who has b...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 4 February 1903

"I THE ANADARKO DEMOCRAT l. D. BLANKENSIIIl', Editor and Prop. SUJIHOHII'TION KATES DAILY. One year in advance - W.00 Six months In ndvanco - 12.00 Three months In adrnnce - 81.00 WEEKLY POHLISHKD KVKKY TI1UKS OAY. One Your 81.00 SlxMonths '. CO i'lirco Months 25 AdvortMnfr rates made known on application. Ufnterod nt tho postoITlco nt Ana dnrko, Okluhoina, iih second-class mall matter. Akadauko. Okla.. Fitn. I MOB. I'oor Coul Oil. Tho investigation being con d'tfuTdcl relative trrohangos" boing mudo in tho oil inspection bill saarag to bo creating u lilllo 8on Hation. Tlio Stuto Capital says: It has boon discovered it is al leged, that on account of tho unVuloaenoss of local employes of tho Waters- Pierce Oil company throo hundred gallons of gaso line wore allowed to enter the tank, in which was kept Prime AVhito, or best grado of oil for burning in lamps. This oil, af ter containing that much gaso lino without tho knowledgo of doalers or peddlers, it is alleged, was Bold throughou...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 4 February 1903

1 I I 1 I I I mmiHuhitim$tmimiiriffo ymMfMyjmrtif j WANTEDAX - ONQK! .J . i r 109000 People ia Ca.ddo Coimty to Biy Winter ' v V Goods to make R,oom for a. Bijj Spring Stock. HARJPER FR.EELIN North Side Court House Square. , MERCANTILE COMPANY. 25 and 33 1-3 per cent is an old gag, and it don't work In Oklahoma. But when you can buy Dress Goods 34 inches wide half wool for 12 cents, now is the time. We must make room for spring goods and in order to do so we will give you a bargain. ' fc3" We havo often wondered why it wns that the Doctors buy so much candy. It is over day oc curanco. We asked several of our Doctors why it was, and they said it was one of the best cure alls, they know of. Dr. Boyd, said, ''Chocolate was a good thing in typhoid." Dr. Hume said, "Don'tvgive thb patient anything but chocolato candy to eat." Dr. Mitchell said, "I havo a bad cold, and I want a little candy it relieves my throat." Dr. Tonge said, "If people would oat more candy, they never would bo sick."...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 4 February 1903

vf- . ,& t&mt&'9irr ;-rtsvtWt' V 11 ". ys' fS mA''AVc.;'Kg,V ffa'ar'a3flj,,frt N1EW n FOOTWEAR mb sofa Wc have received the new styles for spring in Ladies' and Misses Footwear and you can depend upon our statoment that they are correct in everyway. These new things are somewhat different from what youjve been wearing. The soies are lighter and not so much extended. The range of prices is so easy that every pocket book is fitted, Slippers and Sandals from $1.00 to $3.oo Oxford $1.25 to 3.50, Shoes $1.50 to 4.00. Misses and Childrens shoes and slippers at all prices from pc to$2.oo, Boys shoes $1.25 to .3.25. m ,?$? S??8? 4? ?$? "t oMotaoro mm uI&gvQi MEN'S SHOES. They are here at many, prices from the long wearing plow shoes at $1.50 on up to the very nice goods at 4.50 We have what working men want in good, weighty shoes.of good shapj and. the right kind of workmanship "at $200 and 2.50. It pays to -buy good work shoes. We invite you to call at this store and see ju...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 5 February 1903

A.T HOFMAJNT'SS CANDIES. Anad fkrt Democrat VOL. 2. & 1 ANADARKO, CADDO CO., OKLA., FK11. ft. 1001). NO. 1I0. ) 1 1 d. First Spring OFFERINGS. Our Beautiful Line of EMBR OIDERIES Has just arrived and as an inducement to early buyers will be placed on sale at a discount of flOperci FOR 4 DAYS ONLY. This Sale will commence Wednesday Feb. 4, 1903, and last 4 days. Do You Eat? Of Courso You Do. You can got good things to bat at EWING'S Staple and Fancy Groceries. Big "C" Flour tho boston earth. 3rd door oast of P.O. Phono 72. Highest market price paid for all k'nds of conntry produce. :1llllll!ll!!llll!IIIIIIIII!liltlll!l John T. Hoover m -All kinds of- MEATS, Sausage, Lard and Game in Season. Cheapest Place in Town s Phono 72 llllllllllllllllllllllllllilillllllllfiH $tephensoos Drug 1 tore, 1st door west f National Bank 1 f AneLctarko, 6th jd B Sts. I. SFVIR Two Firos Tax Oklahoma City's Firofiglitiiig Facilities to tho Utmost- FIREMEN RESPOND To Call for Help, nnd Soon Control the...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 5 February 1903

"fffwHifl sp THE ANADARKO DEMOCRAT L. D. BUNKENSIIII1, Editor and Prop. SUIISOIUI'TION ItATBS DAItiY. One yoar In advance M.00 SixmontliH Inatlvanco 2.0O Thrco montliB In advance - 81.00 WHIIKM' I'UIII.lHlIHU KVKIIY THUKS DAY. OnrYonr 100 Six Months ) Threo Months '& Advertising raton mado known on application. Kntored nt tho poHtonico ul Ana :larko, Oklahoma, ns nccond-clasi mall matter. Anadauko. Oici.a.. I'mi. f 1003. j Iftcfp From Fort Cobb. MJH8 FU'ith Campbull spout Saturday in Anadarko. S. B. SturgiH H)ont Saturday anTrSiffiday with hiH friond, U.S. Williams of Swan Lako. Miss Cora Turner, from Ana darko, iBHponding the wook with hor cousin, Mihh Notlio Ilolcomb of thin place. A numborof Ft. Cobb pcoplo took tho county louchora exam ination at Anadarko last Friday and Saturday. Among them were Miss Nanoy Tignor, and Mr. Arthur Burns. Tho Swcot Family will appear at tho Congregational church, Friday ovoning, Fob. 20. This promises to bo ono of tho richest things over given...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
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