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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 5 February 1903

M ' "' . mi. ' . ,LX in m Mim A fin i ff in Win Ofgrm f 1 1 ifiiT 'TrYlTlflrrflff'rY " " !1 WANTED - HT - ONCE! C 10,000 People m Caiddo Couivty io Biy Winter Goods io matke R,oom for ai Big Spring Stock. HARPER-FKEELIN Jl North Side Court House Square. MERCANTILE COMPANY. tGm - . Attt90tttMWJ' 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 ft must make room for spring goods and in order to do so we will give you a bargain. They Buy Here, Penn can not describo how wo Russell Farmer Boys to corao to ourstoroto buy Whlto and Brown taffies. Its a Case of Plum fool ishness to keen Kamm and not say anything about it and Wood say, Hoover enjoy Good things to eat Diver Wright in and buy. It Keeps the Wolf from our door when tho Beall of our Cash drawer rings. Every Lane leads to tho Rhoades direct to our place. Don't be a Guy, the wholo push come hero to buy candies, nuts and f...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 5 February 1903

FOOTWEA &&& Miii 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 arc 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 Chiidrens shoes and slippers at all prices from 50c to $2.00, Boys shoes $1.25 to 2.25. ?9J)?99J)??$?9? $?8? 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 4 PEOPLE Tho lending hardware liouso in tho c...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 6 February 1903

t. DAT HOFFMAN'S pANDIES. r ;' emocr VOL.. 2. ANADAHKO, CAD1X) CO., OIvLA., FKU. 0. 100a. NO. 1.11. ig Anadatrao - 4 i it at First Spriivg offerings. AN INTERESTING ACCOUNT Of llarly Days In Oklahoma by a Pioneer Settler. Our Beautiful Line of EMBROIDERIES Has just arrived and as an inducement to early buyers will be placed on sale at a discount of lOperc FOR 4 DAYS ONLY. This Sale will commence Wednesday Feb. 4, 1903, and last 4 days. F-AJFR IllllilllllllllllllllllllllUIl: lo You Eat? Of Course You Do. You can get good things eat at WING'S sape and Fancy .Groceries. Big "C" Flour the beat on larth. 3rd door east of P.O.. rhono 72. Highest market price paid r all kinds of conntry pro- ace. WllllllltillllllllllllllilH: lllIIUJIlli;!nil!iUllS 4 . h?U.h rffir5 joiM 1. nooyer -All kinds of- MEATS, Sausage, '- Lard and Game in Season. Cheapest Place in Town Phono 72 S :IIIIIII!IIIIII!III!IIIIII!IIIIIK itephensons Drug tore, 1st door west 1 f National B&nk Anacdrko, 6th d B Sts. I wil...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 6 February 1903

"Will nmiliii Wa"T3W!flPMl i ' THE ANADARKO DEMOCRAT L. D. BLANKIiNSIUI', Editor and I'rop. SUIISOltHTlON ItATRS HAII.Y. One your In advance - $4.00 Six months in mlvnnco - $2.00 Tlirco months In ndvnnco $1.00 VTEKKI.Y I'inir.NIIHl) UVBKY THUItS DAY. OnoYcnr... '0 Six Months CO Throo Months i!5 Arivdrtlslnir nitcs inailo known on triplication. Entered at tho postofflco at Ana darko, Oklahoma, as sccond-cluss mall matter. Akadauku. Okla.. Ki:i. 0 I00: Seo Amorica'H most unique ' M'1 iutnheti jd n. iom. fete tho Now Orleans Mnrdi Notice- Griw,. Only ono faro plus two i u,UJK,tS'Tm7h.t we. j m winiioy dollars for tho round trip by tho , V&W'iillJSrrn'itt1? 'Ur.nl- faltin1 Quafiim" Plinnlnur ' ""Ice of the County Clerk of Caddo County. IvOOK 1HIUI1U yfltom OllOCiaW , Territory of Oklahoma, tholr npplloatlon nnd nirlfilirttri'i .! riiiir 1? Xf 'Pink nf ' Petition to roll at Retail Malt. Silriluou 30. Id the City of Anadarko. In Caddo County for u period of ono your, and unlom protest...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 6 February 1903

yL61 2tf viM rOI tfMMM ll im&g&m&mMtojttm WANTED - .Ar - ONCE! 10,000 People m Caddo Couivty to Buy Winter Goods to make Room for a. Big Spring Stock. X 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. HARJPER-FREELIN North Side Court House Square. v 'fr MERCANTILE COMPANY. SETTLED. "When we entered our store this morning wo found tho fruit In an argu ment as to who was the most valuable. Mr. Orango said ho was most valuable as he had been bringing from 35 to (10 cts per dozen. Mr. Bannana con tended that ho was worth more, that he could be sold at 25 cts per doz. Mr. Lomon was very much on his oar, said ho would sour an IIofTman if he didn't quit soiling him for 25 cts per dozen, bolng such a flno looking fellow. Mr. Apple jumped up out of tho barrel with a bright red blush on h...

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 February 1903

m . B EW FOOTWEAR We liavc 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 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. mm am ww wm 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. I1L."MU1 Tlio leading hardware houso In the city. Wo carry a full li...

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. — 7 February 1903

AT H'OFFHMAJSPe CANDIPXS. ally Democrat VOL. 2. c ANADARKO, CADDO CO., OKL.A.. I-R13. 7. 10053. NO. 3-12. Anad&rko ! NEW SPRING OUTLAW KILLED! STUFFS. Are crowding the season 1903. Do your saving before hot weather arrives. We are showing early spring stuffs 1903. A full line of new Ginghams, Mad ras cloth in all styles' and at all prices, i5 to 35 cts per yard. Oxfords in fancies and white. Wool skirting, such as Tamis cloth, Venetians, etc. Black Velyets in all qualities. For Men, ask for the WORLD'S FAIR HAT, . and be up-to-date. The new Gold and Silver Shirts, spring 1903, are simply swell. Get an early pick at all of these. The Fair P. S. Special low prices on all remaining winter goods. Watanburger, the No torious Horse Thief Killed at Blue Jacket, I. T. SHERIFF THOMPSON Receives Telegram From Ills Deputies Announcing his Death. pi!IIIilllllllllllllll!IIIIIIIIIII I Do You Eat? JH Of Course You Do. sj You can get good things to eat at SWING'S Staple and Fancy Groceries. Big...

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. — 7 February 1903

Andrew Carnegie to Have a Royal Home WNWVV Great Millionaire Has Decided to Restore the Glories of the Ancient Scotch Castle of Dunfermline Estimated Thai Uic Work Will Cost Five Millions. w (Special Correspondence.) A L t"J. tw-n, tfjr HE mngnlflcant and historic castlo nnd trl htitary ontato which n cahlo dispatch nnnotine cs has been purchased by Andrew Carnegie Klves n liaimi to tho town nostlliiK In Ita shadow where the mil 1 1 a n n I r u lronmafttar. phllanthroplBt. crunomlot, author nnd cosmopolitan mnn of tho world drat Bnw tho llKlit of dny In 1835. I'prhnps an Amorlcnn vlBltlng Dun fcrmllno would be na much, If not moro, Interested In n llttlo cottngo In Moodlo stroot which first cradled tho master of mllllona nnd mnkor of man Hlon llbrnrlos than In tho plcturonquo rulnH of ono of tho most nnclont Beats of Scotland. Hut If tho trnvolor has n fnd for ruins nnd a fondness for the Dunformllno cnstlo as It Is ho had host lilo him thoro without delay. Tor tho CarnoRlo RonltiH,...

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. — 7 February 1903

V v IN NO HURRY TO WORK. Young Man Had Faith In the Ability ol HIb Father. Judgo Morgan J. O'Drlon of Now .York was recently chatting with i Harvard student, a son of a prominent business man and a cloao friend o the Judge, about his career at college The youth complained that, owing to Als "paltry allowance of but J3.000 year." ho was getting heavily In debt, fTho Judgo condoled with him and then remarked: "I lupposo after you are graduated you Intend to enter Into business?" ' "Well, no Judge," nulled tho young ster; "not as long as father has hla health." New Order of Veterans. Half a dozen old soldiers wero c (hanging reminiscences tho other day 'in Ottawa, Kan., and were telling each other Just how the civil war should save boon fought. "Curley" Harrison, a local Jokor, happened along and list ened a while. Finally ho becamo a trlflo weary and said: "I am going U found a new association of old sol dlers, to be composed exclusively ol those who admit that they did not put down 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. — 7 February 1903

ys j(944$ ' 'upr- - - i i l 1 I j THE ANADARKO DEMOCRAT L D. BLANKENSHIP, Editor and Prop. SUIlSCIIllPTION KATKS DAILY. Ono year In advanco 14.00 Six month in advanco 32.00 Thrco months In advance 91.00 WKfiKLY I'UIILISIIHU fiVKItY THOHS DAY. One Year '1-00 Six Months GO Thrco Months 25 Advertising rates mado known on indication. Entered at tho postofllco nt Ana Jurko, Oklahoma, as second-class mall matter. Akadakko. Okla.. Fi:h. 7 1003. Why Wo Hxlst. Tho Editor of tho Timon is such n very peculiar porsonngo. Ho hns nn ovorpoworing propoiiBity for meddling, fault-finding, bick ering, and political wavering and is continually Htarling a con troversy, from which, when it grows too warm for him, ho rn tiros gracefully, by stating that ho "refuses to quarrel with such an insignificant contemporary." Such magnanimity! Such ad mirable forbearancol His caso reminds us of tho stalwart, mus cular farmer, whoso oxcuso for lotting a midnight prowlor carry away, unmolested, his choicest hens wa...

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. — 7 February 1903

WANTED- AT - ONIOl 10,000 People iiv Caddo Couaiy to Buy Winter Goods to make Room for a. Big Spring Stock. s 1 25 and 33 1-3 per cent is an old gag, and it don't work In Oklahoma. But when you dan 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. HA1UPER-FR.EELIN p W MERCANTILE COMPANY As wo camo down tho street this morning to our place of busi ness every person wo met ad dressed us thusly: Hello! Tho same word camo from ovorynook and corner. We wanted to talk over tho telophono, so called cen tral, when behold tho same reply Hollo, camo from there. Wo asked them to give us, tho Ford Commission Co's. place. It was Hello over there too. Well wo know wo wero right up against it what to do we didn't know, but wo mado up our mind to go 1 through with it, for wo wero do- termed to have something good to eat, Hello or no Hollo. Wo placed our order for...

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. — 7 February 1903

'i WPIJIWPPPIIP 3"fV,,y- NEW FOOTWEAR. 1 ix K 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 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. &&& dm -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 T...

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 February 1903

.f1l$$' -f EAT1HOFFM AN'S CANDIES. '.ii Anad&rko j eriiocr&i 6 &1 VOL- 2- & ANADARKO, CADDO CO., OKLA., PHI). U), li)0.'3. g NO. 1.1. 1. g .Tst-. ? ." Daily NEW SPRING STVFFS. (.? Are Crowding the Season 1903. Do your sewing before hot weather arrives. We are showing early spring stuffs 1903. -., A full line of new Ginghams. Madras cloth in all styles and at all prices, i5 to 35 cts per yard. Oxfords in fancies and white. Wool skirting, such as Tamis cloth, Venetians, etc. Black Voile's in all qualities. f For Men, ask for the '' WORLD'S FAIR HAT, and be up-to-date. The new Gold and Silver Shirts, spring 1903, are simply swell. Get an early pick at all of these. . , - .. . nWzrr - 1 --ar; f The Fair P. S. Special low prices on all remaining winter goods. iaiiminiiiiiuntiiiiiiiniiiiiuiii: I Do You Eat? Of Course You Do. You can get good things to oat at EWING'S Staple and Fancy Groceries, Big "0" Flour tho boston earth. 3rd door east of.P.0 . Phono 72. Highest market ...

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 February 1903

IV'jt Fl f THE ANADARKO DEMOCRAT L. D. BUNKENSIIIP, Editor and Prop. SUIISOHIITION KATES IM11.Y. Ono your in advanco 84.00 Six months In advanco - 2.00 Thrco months in advanco $1.00 WKKKL.Y PUIILIsllHD KVKIlY THUUE !)AY. One Year ?1' Six Months 00 Thrco Months 26 Advertising rates mado known on application. Entered at tho postofllco at Ana Jarko, Oklahoma, as second-class mail matter. Akadauro. OiciiA.. Fun. 10 1003. DELINQUENT TAX LIST OF IO02. Notico to Dolinquont Taxpayers Uacldo Oounty, Okmhomo. Notioo is horoby given that tho personal taxcH of tho following namod tax payers aro duo and dolinquont sinco tho 10th day of January 1003. Tho amount duo is sot opposito each namo and to this sum thoro will bo added a penally of 18 per cont por annum and tho costs of advertising. Tax warrants will bo issued on the day of March 1003,', un less all taxes, ponalty and costs aro paid. M. L. IIlTK, County Troasuror Caddo Co. E. B. Widaman, Doputy. DatodthisOth day of Fob. 1003. ANADARKO (CIT...

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 February 1903

C ' tr JPUWtU 3 I MMta MufjMitti&J WANT ed - .Aa N $J .j-.iyi rftjN-" ONCE! Q It 10,000 People iiv Ca.ddo Couivty to Biy Winter ' x Goods to mxke R,oom for 8l 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. HARPER-FREELIN m Comic ""Viis. A .sZ-L ! Bro's. S V ' v & MERCANTILE COMPANY. A G? HOFFMAN'S Will bo headquarters all week br fruits and sugar swoots. Wo avo advantage in Iho fruit and bnfcction business over our tompetitors, cosequontly its to our advantago to buy at HOFFMAN'S 3 P ...LOCAL NEWS... Bairds for boat fruits and can dies. 133t6 For McAlister fancy lump coal, call up C. H. Kamm, phono 43. Sheriff Thompson returned yesterday from Vinita I. T. Low oxcursion rates for tho Mardi Gras via tho Choctaw. Trv that excellent popco...

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 February 1903

TH3SS5' r 1. --PJIvyixi y .... iw nni i)nmniimiWiMmW P jF ; WATCH THIS SPACE. && & rpw q? 8 For'Bargains in New Spring Goods. Full particulars in a few days. . j $ i U ; : THE Jt i9 , " oWdtwTO tMtwW PPP Thei Manager is now in New York selecting for the spring trade. , i ' rta 4. . a, PEOPLES STORE Sco America's most uniquo foto tho Now Orleans Mardi Gras,. Only.ono faro plus two dollars for tho round trip by tho Rock Island System" Choctaw, Oklahoma & Gulf R. R. Tickets can bo limited twonty-fivo days from date of sale. Account of mooting Of Grand Lodgo Masonic Bodies of Okla homa, at Guthrio, Fob. Oth to 14th, tho Rock Island Routo wl'l sell tickets to Guthrio at ono and ono third faro for tho round trip. Dates of sale Fob. Gth to 11th in clusive. Final return limit by 18th. 185U2 In order to mako room for dur ear of gasoline stoves and refrig erators, wo aro closing out our heatingtetovqsafc Icoat. Our lino is complete Coino and get a bargain j thoy must go. tf ' ...

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 February 1903

teA.T HOFJVliVKTS CANDIES. Anadcvrko Daily Democrat. vol,. 2. & & ANADARKO, CADDO CO., OICLA., FEB. 13. 1003. gr NO. 140. g if I EW SPRING STVFFS, Are Crowding tlie Season 1903. Do your sewing before ,hot weather arrives. We are showing early spring stuffs 1903. A full line of new Ginghams. Madras cloth in all styles and ait all prices, i5 to 35 cts per yard. Oxfords in fancies and white. Wool skirting, such as Tamis cloth, Venetians, etc. Black Voile's in all qualities. For Men, ask for the. WORLD'S FAIR MAT, and be up-to-date. The new Gold, and Silver Shirts, spring 1903, are simply swell. Get an early pick at all pf these. - - Democratic Primary Call. Tho Domocratio City Contral Committoo, pursuant to cnll, meet at tho offico of Liming and Pruit at 7 :30 Monday ovening Fob. 0th and unanimously decided to call a uomocrano primary in tno city of Anadarko on Feb. 20.1003 for the purpose of nominating a com -ploto City ticket for tho coming city election, inoluding mombors of...

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 February 1903

THE ANADARKO DEMOCRAT L D. BUNKENSIIIP, Editor and l'rop. SUIISOltll'TlbN ItATIM DAILY. Ono your in udvanco $4.00 Six months in mlvunco 2.00 Three months In advance $1.00 Wl'.HKLY I'UHMMIHI) IIVIIHY TIIUHS DAY. Ono Year l-00 Six Months t CO Thrco Months 25 Advertising rates mado known on implication. Kntorcd at tho postofllco ut Ana Jarko, Oklahoma, as second-class mall matter. AXADAUKO. OlCLA.. FBI!. 11 1003. DELINQUENT TAX LIST OF 1902. Notico to Dolinquout Taxpayers of Uatlilo Oounty, Oklahomo. Nofjeo i hfiliy Riven that tho jwiionnl Uixos of tho following mimed inx payors aro due and delinquent since tho 10th day of January 1003. Tho amount duo is sol oppoHito each immo and to this Bum tli or 0 will bo added a penalty of 18 por cent por annum and tho costs of advertising. Tax warrants will bo issued on the day of March 1003,, un less all taxes, penalty and costs aro paid. M. L. Hitk, County Troasuror Caddo Co. E. B. Wioaman, Deputy. Dated this 0th day of Fob. 1003. 1IBAVKU TOWNS...

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 February 1903

i BITVm jijftMMilMinWWNH fftMl( f)Ql WA-NTED - TT - ONC 10,000 People iiY Caddo Couaty to Biy Winter Goods to make 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-FREELIN MERCANTILE COMPANY i mrw e;i 5 i- if k If 3 If 1) l JP ? Iziz? HOFFMAN'S Will bo headquarters all week for fruits and sugar sweets. Wo havo advantage in tho fruit and confection business over "our competitors, cosequently its to your advantage to buy at HOFFMAN'S ...LOCAL NEWS... Tho iceplanthas resumed work. Bairds for best fruits and can dies. ' 13310 For McAlistor fancy lump coal, call up C. H. Kamm, phone 43. Low oxcursion rates for tho Mardi Gras via tho Choctaw. Henry Cornett has built a good barn. Try that excollent popcorn at Bairds Confectionery. ...

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 February 1903

w WATCH THIS $M im& B 8Rffl ' i h For Bargains in New Spring- Goods. Full particulars in a few days. M& M Rflpq? qfl mim: The Manager is now in New York selecting for the spring trade. THE PEOPLES & STORE ...LEGAL NOTICES. rirst imb. Feb. 0 Liquor Notice Publication Notice TERRITORY OF OKLAHOMA. I CAIMX) COUNT. ss ri Whnm It. Mftr lliinpflrn" Ui.Kaj. Iu harah irlVAtl fhlll I V (I Wlitti' Mde hnve thl dny Mlcd ray petition ntid np-t jillcu Ion with tno ooutin cicrn m wimnu ounty Oklahoma territory, nklntf that I lio irmnted a llecn.o to sell nt retail, mult. Milrltoux nnd vinous Honor uin lot II. block i In tho vlllniro of Ccinrnt. Caddo countv f or n porlcHl of one yenr. Unlcw protest or rcinonstrnnoo be tiled niralnst tho liiunneo of .an.o onor boforo Feb. 37th, 1KB, wild license will boumntcd ns iinvved for. Wltneiii my hand tho Oth day of Feb. 1003. F. 11. HunnUle. Hint publication Fob. l, liwi. Notice Territory of Oklahoma, I , County of Caddo, I " In tho l'robato Co...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
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