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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 12 March 1902

x HAS LIVED Remarkable Life Woman. (Special Letter.) A hundred years Is n long period for a human being to live and retain nil mental faculties and physical powers. In Barry, 111., lives Mrs. Jane Boothe, or "CJrandmti" Boothe, aB she Is famil iarly called. "Grandma" Boothe has lived ten weeks longer than 100 years, having ltn born April 25, 1800. With her there Is no end-of-tho-century problem to be worked out, her birth days having been counted, and there have been 100 of them. "Grandma" Uoothe is the oldest person In Pike , county, as probably In Illinois. Her t health Is good and the Indications are Bho will count several more yearn of , life. Her physical condition would be nearly perfect had not a full about Ilf- teen years ago necessitated tha using , of a crutch since. Her voice is natur ally weak, but 3ho manifests consider able Interest In conversation. Asked as to what she- attributed her remark ' ably long llfo she smiled and had no theory other than good care. "1 have p...

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. — 12 March 1902

' rilMii?iTuf!j' v r f? Full stock of paints anil oils at Pioneer Drug Store, opposite post oflice. 14tl!i Money to loan on Bhort time on anything of value. Apply 10 11. D. Gunn, Morgan hld'g. 13ml See Kd Ko-ioh it Son for wall paper, they will furnish you with good paper on the wall at tho price tho paper will eost you elswhcrc. 14tf THE AMERICAN GIRL- Two or three good brick inolderH wanted at the Anadarko Hriek Com pany. Address Joe Coney, City. 1411(0 Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is pleasant to lake. It is a pleasant laxative. Sold by O. C. Stephenson All Democrats are urged to at tend the Democratic club meeting in tlio Court House Wednesday evening, March l'Jth at 7:30 sharp. W. I. Matheny, Chairman. Tiico. Pruitt, Secretary. For Alfalfa, sorghum cane, ICaiT ir corn, millet, peanut, pop corn, tield com, onion sets and a full line of garden seeds, go to Imzees feed store opposite Post Ollice. 1 llttf Mr. MoVicker will have charge of the prescription department ii W. II. Smith it...

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. — 13 March 1902

V r rorwrg$v?W3$pW'- Volume Anadarko, Oklahoma. March 13. 1902. Number 156 f ' " "W l MAYFIELD LMBER CO., The L"ct''J.lm ' To Maintain Our Reputation of the Pastas LEADERS Wherever We Are Located IU&AIill Undersell Any sind All Conipetitors.SaibfiGuaranteed JIiUeri.il Always tlio Best. Bcgiuing Today Wo Will Sell exas Long Leaf Yellow Fiie Dimensioiv No. 1, Common, at $16.50. No. 2, Common, at $14.50. Remember, we will not be undersold: Our buyer is now in tne Southern Market and will keep our stock well JUppHed. W. A Mr.K"F.NNfN Plnnniror iawamBt i 1X4 - ) lltllilVI 'q are here for our health and the pleasure of pleas- J ing you, selling Lumber and Coal Cheap, YES, the prices our competit ors are making are up to the . top notch, beside those y e will make you on every item of our big and well selected stock of Lumber, Shingles, Sash, Doors and Coal. Remember that its a pleasure for us to figure your bill and don t fail to see us before you buy. N. D. BROWN, Manager. STEVENSON-...

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. — 13 March 1902

tf ft !-i'S3t9?nX3&'J .' i)S!S'i?X3&yTi)t ! ii "1 8 Bllil! II II DflLUAnOF T!ll DRIVE Tip lmil olmpucil llii hlndhiK Kln-loc nnd In- clucked HehoomooU Jam Kctlm' lnouc a i'l-ilK-il million tlmt had Jtn K-atniwed nt tint dam; II MiiH hound tn go mill try It with u ioih moilliil hi wuht, 'Jhouvh lie Imowed nioilRh or drlvlu' no's to seiinc the deuth ho fnccd. There'll n itlot on tlin Hhnrp of l'ocItM'iirknmiMi Full Tlmt tli drivels call "Drnilmuu' Hirlu," Willi tniiliu'ii fur dliilm unci thu linieon for lmil Of them mi have met with h ll Up chopped Dm hliid-hiv reck I hub and he hunted with a roar. flu whh nithar mimtcd nnd tainted when wp warped hhn b'A fr ol or. V ? ,'.'Vi l"lv,' "" doefrlu' oppt a l"wl of Klnssr tea. And It dkln I He ill to help hlni, lint ho far as wu could m, In ulckiioiw or Mich nt thti roar of thp dilve There hain't very much to he dono; Itn Hither hrnee ni and ntuy well nnd alive. Or ululce tu the foot of thu run. 'V n'l,l, I'll" HI' a Hhiilip-ilnwii 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. — 13 March 1902

JN, 3SED Kure unil n clmlt K cnl llns, in-inc-mp-in-Ir the .of sh.'V- vcl- est, for or pel 1 it rk. - ins ' ep ion ft ily rst D. ell ag: In '3 lll nt ro 5., ee o d 10 V- i k I -ijilj n.rjiwuunmmm.'m.iui.MUi MAjjiii- CoptriBht li03, b Dally ' Whon Burke Phillips left college ho tald to himself, "I will be a writer." So he obtained rooms near one of the great publishing center and provided himself with books and periodicals brarlng on tho subject, and began what ho Intended should he his life work. Ho was a good scholar, and had an easy way of puttiilg words together, and ho wroto upon almost every con ceivable subject. 11 his 'knowledge vas sometimes superficial, his felicity of expression was such thut the ordinary reader never suspected It. Presently a sketch was accepted and a year's sub scription placod to his cr"llt, then n check for five dollars cciiiJI then nn & i editor wroto that he would uso several ui um Biurius uim pay uuu uj" i'u lieation. Hut hi tho meantime there w...

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. — 13 March 1902

F 1 Anadaiiko Dmeochat. SHAW & BLANKENSHIP, Publisher. PRESTON P. SHAW. Editor. L. D. BLANKENSHIP. Mnnftgor. SUIISCtlllTION IvATKS. 'One year In advance - - $1.00 tSlxmontli3lnadvnnce 2.(W .'Threo months In ndvanco L00 VKi:KtiV. OncYear S1.00 Six Months "0 Throo Months 20 Advertising rutos muilo known op Application. Application imido (or transmission through tho mulls lit the j.osto.llco lit Atwdiirko, Oltluhomii, us jtccond-class mall mutter. Anaiaki;o,Oi;i.a., Maki-ii i:i,1002. Say brother KepublicatiH it our laVH bavc not been enforced does not the blame rent on the shoulders of a Republican Chief of Police? and a Republican Police Judge? Why don't some ot our Republi can friendH point out ono item where money has been misappro priated. Now brother speak up or acknowledge the fact that you put that in your platform to fool the people, and that there is no truth in tho statement. Tho Democratic administration of this city has Iren economical, honest, and true to the best Inte...

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. — 13 March 1902

F' oMVmjiwnkM I r-t' v Official Directory of Caddo Co. Probate Judire Charles F. Crum, Attorney Herbert n. Crosby. Treiwivcr- V. II. Campbell. Clerli-D Uc llalllniter. Deputy Olerl:-J. C. Heudr Iteirlncr of Deed Wm. I. Laeey. Deputy Ilcitltterof Deeds A. W. Koouti. SlierW-FriiuU Smith. Survej or Charles II. Jones. Superintendent of Schools-C. W. Turner Supt. of IMblle Hcalth-Dr. C. II. Hume. Commissioner -(3. A. Cleveland. John II Wlmbcrly. Frank I. Kurvscll. Juditc of District Court-C. F. Krwln. Clerk District Court-Ed M. sillier. District Cleik-F. F. Vrooman. Official City Directory. Maor W. H. DlVKlw. City Attorney Verde V. H.mloastle. Treasurer-lJort S. Dlxou. Clcrk-W. W. l'rlee. Street Commissioner K. Illtsche. Police Judiro M. Ilrlstow. Chief of Police II. M. Cleaver. SECRET SOCIETIES. A. F. & A. M. Meets First andThldTuevli.ysof eachmonth in Masonic Hall, corner Sixth and I) Mtrcets. VMtlnif brethren cordially Invited Fiunk Fakwbi.l. W. M. M. V. A. " Mee every Tuesday nln...

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. — 13 March 1902

wi4( $Sj!fiS332?!ji3S?2jiiii- :ZZd'z--:j:'j::j the sunday school. KAI8 CAN-BUILT BOAT. LESSON X. MARCH 0; ACTS 8:3-13; THE PISC1PLES SCATTERED. I. t AnEKl tt i&iS$7as5 ! ' Jwffi iff ' -i BE YOUTHFUL IN SPIRIT. Year IJii .Viit fount If the. lvVlliic of oiith Kfliualim. l'roiilo grow old liy thinking them selves old. WliPii they reach the ago of 40, GO or GO they Imnglno that they look liho others of tho samo age, nnd that tlioy soon will be iibeless, unlit for work nnd unnblo to perform their wonted duties. As surely as they think this It will como true, for thought Is creative. How many of us ran say with Job, "The thing which I greatly feared Is como upon mo." Tho time will como when children will not be allowed to celebrate their birthdays; when they will know that, by thinking themselves" young they will remain young, and that they will cencc to grow old when they cease to bcllcvo In old age. Tho body Ib built up of beliefs, nnd our convictions arc stamped upon every liber of...

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. — 13 March 1902

i C .A k 1 r MEM AND GARDEN. MATTERS OF. INTEREST TO AGRI ' CliCTURISTS. Rome L'p-to-Dato Hint About Cliltl Tfltioit of lli Soil anil Tleldi Tberror llortlcultur, Vltlcultar nud I'lorUultttra. Many Ktil Torn. From Farmers' Review: It I wore to call at yoQr ofllco nud found some Illinois farmers thero, when It -was learned that I was from Northwestern Minnesota, on the lino of the Northern Pacific railroad, the conversation would quite likely bo about crops and farmers chances and prospect In my section of tho'epuntry. An the Illinois farmers raise corn with proflt, they weald want toikuow what we are do ing In that lino of farming, and the results. I should tell them that dur ing the last two years we have In creased our corn area mora than ten fold, and that tho results havo been great satisfaction, both as to feed and fodder for the stock, and from now on furniers will plant about one-fifth of thelr'land to corn. Corn has beon raised In this vicinity in small patches and fields ev...

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. — 13 March 1902

F i 1$ mr JWP LfPfilifiiWWH'j- Htnnimn s- uin,ii iiinjM'm''ijt1 imji"'i'ninyy"'"- - II Full Htock of :iintH and o'iIh at Pioneer Drug Store, onjiotiito post oflicc. 14M12 Money to loan on nhort tinio on anything of value. Apply 10 It. D. Gunn, Morgan bld'g. 131ml See Kl Koaoh it Son for wall paper, they wilj furnih you with good paper on the wall at thu prieo the paper will cont you cluwlioro. 14()tf Two or three good hnok niolderH wanted at the Anatlarko Urick Com pany. Addren8 Joe Con ey, City. HtllO Prof, and JIrn. Moonuy of Mt. Scott are in the city for a few dayn. Prof Moonuy m in the employ of the government to work for the SmitliHonion liiHtituto. Ho "w hero studying the Indian and liin lan guage. Fern Sam: The Delmonieo HeHtniiraut one of the heHt paying eating Iiouhcm and feeding the high ct elaHS trade of the city. Will trade for claim. MiiHt Bell on ac count of ill health. John Whcatly 152 to Keep a lookout for "The Girl From Cuba." Coal, Hour, feed and grain at Leach it ...

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. — 14 March 1902

DEMOCRAT Volume I Anadarko, Oklahoma. March 14, 1902. Number 157 I J. S. MAYFI ELD LUMBER CO., The Lt?&i7:m of To Maintain Our Reputation of the Pastas LEADERS Wherever We Are Located Ae.Aill Undersell Any a.nd 11 Competitors. SaiisfadiQtjeiirriteecS Material Always the Best. Humming Today We Will Sell : iTexas Long Leaf Yellow Piive Dimension No. !, Common, at $16.50. No. 2, Common, al $14.50. Remember, we will not be undersold: Our buyer is now in the Southern Market and will keep our stock well Supplied. ' w a Mrk'PNNnN rifinnn-Ar. Lumber and Coal Cheap, YES, the prices our competit ors are making are up to the We are here for our health and the pleasure of pleas ing you, selling .- rv w a wjljl. jsuua wjlj.vhjjb t0p notc beside those I Ve will make you on every item of our big and well selected stock of Lumber, Shingles, Sash, Doors and Coal- Remember that its a pleasure for us to figure your bill and don't fail to see us before you buy. I. N. D. BROWN, Manager. 1 JtL V fc-l...

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. — 14 March 1902

", I- -, Anadarko Daily Democrat I-JULS'ION l HIIAW. ANADARKO, OKLAHOMA. Mr. Joseph Loiter has wriggled out of another had corner. i!lr Thomas Llpton appuais to Uao 1 1 recti Mr. Schwab, anyway. That Brooklyn doctor who wants to Iib rlrltiectcil might try riinulng for a public ollli'c. It Is said that Mr. J. 1'lorpont Mor mui has a glucose trust nearly ready l'or tho market. Of course, tho czar has permission to put that Japanoio-IlrRUh alliance In IiIh plo and smoke It. Tho hahohall season ha opened In Tennosseo with ono fatality. Football would do well to look to lis laurels. A Now York Judge ban actually de cided that theater tickets arc not "nocewarlcs" for a Harvard student! If Queen Wllholmlna hail It to do over nguln purhnps she would pick out h husband with butter taste and man ners. Christian Science Is now reasonably ouro to overrun tho Oorman empire. The liuparlnl government Is opposing Its spread. Tho lntost Kentucky feud was caused by whisky. Still, who over heard of a ...

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. — 14 March 1902

it oc-k:-:-:-:-;"!";-;-:-:' -h-:- J -K--r-HH--:--:--:---M--!--:--:- SM - c Cof'jrlRht, 0(B. by Dally .. m-:-: : - : Percy Haddock sat lolled back lu a roctflng chair, thu blue smoko softly pulling and curling from tho half con sumed cigarette, which he held lu his hand. ., 1 IUU, UI JUiLULL JIVJI UUl-U ll!i; iuui Una tho firo threw a delicious crimson ltght until tho air seemed an etheroal-lzedw.tiic-iiud. .yet he thought bevvy m unhappy, desperately and Irremediably unhappy. Two mighty passions, ho said Qot hInu.rU, tugged at his heart, tholovuf his art nndj ol course? the lovo of a woman. Ever Elnce ho could remember he lmd purposed lo become a great writer. Ho had resolved to devoto himself cn , tlrely to art, and allow nothing to In terfere with this consecration. Ho must observe and know the passions, but not fosl them. To feel passion would bo to bo swayed from tho atti tude of Impartiality the artist must feel to depict life perfectly. Of course. ovcousccrated, he must not al...

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. — 14 March 1902

f 1 Anadarko Dmisocuat. SHAW & BLANKENSHIP, Publiiheri. S'RESTON P. SHAW. - - Editor. T-. D. DLANKENSHtP. ManaKor. SUIlSCMl'TlON UATKS DAILY. Onoyoir In udvanco W-00 Six months In advance - - i.W Three months In advance Sl.W WEKKLY l'UIIMSIIi:i EVBIIY TIIUU8- OnoYciir $1,2! Six Months TJirco Months.... - Advertising rates made known on jtgppUcitUon. Application made for transmission :hrough ttio mulls at tliu postoilleo ut Anadarko, Okluhdmu, as second-class uall iimttcr. ANADAKKO,OltI.A., MAIICII 14,1002. The Congregational church is to ho Icrticatcrt Sunday . Attend the millinery opening Tuesday al Mrs. Biirjjes. 15710 31r. French, vx secretary of tho Sivo Stock Sanitary Committee, is tn the city from Guthrie. Most stylish and dainty designs u millinery shown by Mrs. lliirge Tuesday. "HO lira. Allendor, tho capable Mat iron of tho reading room, is Htiffcr xng from a sevcro sorethroat. FOR KENT 4 room house i! blocks from Post Ollice. Enquire XToftuiaiiB Bakery. 167tf Ingram A ...

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. — 14 March 1902

i L'i. K (f ( I Official Directory of Caddo Co. I'robntr Judue-CIiTxrle P. Crum. Attorney Herbert D. Crosby. Trcinurcr W. II. Campbell. Clcilt P1:n Unlllncer. Deputy Ctotji-j- C. llcmlr MririMcr or DectN 'Win. I. I-nocy. Dcputj IteirWler of DociU A. W. Kooutx. Shcrllt-rrunk Smith. Survejor Chnrlei H. Joncx. Superintendent of SehooN-rC. W. Turner. Supt. of ruullo Uetilth-Dr. C. II. Hume. Coroinlssloneri-C. A. Cleveland, John II Wlmberly. Pronk II. Pnrwell. Judite of Dlstrlol Court-C. F. F.rwta. Clcrli District Court 1 M. Stiller. District Clcrk-P. P. Vroomiin. Official City Directory. Mayor W. II. Divbim. City Attorney Verde V. llnrxlcuitle. Treasurer Ilerl S. Dixon. Clerk V. W. l'rlee. Street Commlssloner-iIl Illlsche. Police JuuVe M. Urlstow. Chief of l'ollce-ll. M. Cleaver. SECRET SOCIETIES. A. P. A. M. Meets Ptrst nndThldTuehdi.sof ench month In Masonic liuu. corner djxvu " ""---Vlsltlnir brethren cordially Invited. KlIINk PAKWKI.U W. M. M. W. A. Meets every Tuesday nluht at 7:30...

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. — 14 March 1902

'WJWfPilWiiWr" f'imw7 W V ,piw- TR9 yw- EW' i- t ' T h V DAJ11Y AND POULTRY. INTERESTING CHAPTER FOrt OUR RURAL HEADERS. Itnir nrrriifiil liiruieri Opornt ltU l)rprlniriit of Din Turin A l'w illiiln tn lli fr of Mia hlojk ami lNiultrj-. Salt 'lirlnM mi llnttiir. W. II Wlldmun wrlU-o tho Farmers' Kevlew iiB follows. .,11 nomjof your cadcrs will ntutu tho 'cause and icme ly or tlio trouble wo aro having with iur butter, tho same will ho highly ap lrcclatcd. Wo separata tho cream 'rom tho milk by means of a hand sep irator, when tho inlllc Is at a. temper ituro of about 85 degrees, making ibout a ao per cent cream. Wo churu tt ubout 80 degrees, and Bait at the 'ato of on6 fiunco a pound, nftcr wasti ng, once. Wo work'ihe butter a llttlo m tho churn while It la In tho granular state, with tho ladlo. Then, alter ubout twenty mlnutcu, wo (Inlsh on a )iitter worker, print Into pounds, and xrap In pnrclunout paper squares. Aftr a couple of days salt shows all arer tho prints In gralmr 6r fl...

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. — 14 March 1902

KRVT'W"'"' ""jx-rrw -;As,-t , 4 A JJ n If. i Cowboy Millionaire a Daughter A daughter of old' Geronlmo, tho most bloodthirsty and relentless foe that has been raised up in the path of tho nll-conqucrlng white man In the settlement of tho West, Is to marry ono of tho palefaces agnlnst whom her fa ther battled so long. Sho won tho lovo and lifelong devotion of her future husband by the manner lu which she fearlessly offered her own llfo In order to savo him. Lola, tho "Red Rose of tho Forest," as her people coll her, will marry Houston A. V.'nrd, ono of the wealthiest and mos', accomplished young men In southern Texas. And Mb happy culmlnntloi. grows out of a Singularly beautiful romance, ono 3ceno of which Is blood-curdling and exciting enough to form tho nucleus of a highly successful melodrama. It was whllo flying for life from a prairie Arc and a herd of stampeded steers that tho lovo of tho young couple was Ilrt revealed, nnd In such dangerous surroundings' was their troth plight...

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. — 14 March 1902

JC MiHB Ora CiiHHidy lias returned from Kaunas City, wlicro she liao been laying in a lino line of milli nery which will be ready for the public in a few daytf. Miss Cansidy bad a very popular line of millncry last fall and built up quite u trade. She will bu glad to hou her old pat roim this Hpring a-, well an new ciih toinci'K. Full Htock of paints and oils at Pioneer Drug Store, opposite postr ofllc. una a Money to loan on short! time on anything of value. Apply u 11. D. Giiiiii, Moru'an bld'g. 134ml See Ed Ho-ieli t Son for wall paper, they will furnish you with good paper on the wall at the price the paper will cost you clswliere. HIHf Two or three good brick iimldurs wanteil tit tho Anadarko Driok Com pany. Adilrcss Joe Con cy, City. 14U40 Foil Sai.k The Dclmonico KeaUiunint one of tho best paying eating bonnes and feeding the high est olasi trade of the city. Will trade for claim. Must sell on ac count of ill health. John Wheatly 152 tO Coal, Hour, feed and gram at Leach it J...

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. — 15 March 1902

' 1 MOCRAT Volume I . Anadarko, Oklahoma, "March 15, 1902. Number 158 i I X' J wo MAYFIFI Ffe IlfMflliri? Cf The Leading Lumber Firm of -JLJRJ JL3 J I MMJpMdML. ii IKft Naw flmmfrv To Maintain Our Reputation of the Pastas LEADERS Wherever We Are Located AoAlll Undersell Any simd 11 Competitors. SatisfactioaGuarnteeci l ; Material Always the Best. Begining Today Wo Will Sell Texas Long Leaf Yellow Piie Dimension No. 1, Common, at $16.50. No. 2, Common, at $14.50. Remember, we will not be undersold: Our buyer is now in the Southern Market and will keep our stock well .supplied. w A McKEWNON, Hanager. ,e are here for our health f . and the pleasure of pleas- 1 ing you, selling Lumber and Coal Cheap, YES, the prices our competit ors are making are up to the . top notch, beside those We will make you on every item of our big and well selected stock of Lumber, Shingles, Sash, Doors and Coal. -. Remember that its a pleasure for us to figure your bill and don't fail to see us before you buy...

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. — 15 March 1902

'i i,,' " ii MISS VfflGJNJA BRAHES Tolls How llospllal riij-HicIniin Use uiul Itcly upon Ljdlsi'E. IMnulmm'.s VegclnMo Com pound. " 1 wi Mn IV "ham : Twolvo reus iniitiiU'Xis sfivici- nt tho sick ted lu Niiin' of our prominent hospi tals, ns will ns lit puvutc homes, has Riven mu v tried c perlonees with the iIiiuim: of women I havouurbcdBoino T7o oluomos or clienp prpnitnnu, foul n butter quality mill one-third moro of Di fiance Kturch for the suno pnco of other sturdier. ! MISS VIUMNTV flUXNES, President of N urses'AssuclalloiW attrtown.V.V, most dlstrehsliig cases of inllammntlon undulcuratloniif the. ov.iries anil womh. I have known that doctors uied Lyillu 13. lMitklium'H Vcffctulilo Coin pound when everything clso failed w Itli their patients. 1 havo nilvlscil my p.itlents unil friends to use. It and havo yet to hear of Its first failure to cure. " Kuur years ago I had falling of tho womb from btr.ilnlnfr in lifting a heavy patient, and knowing of tho valuo of your Compound I ...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
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