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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 3 May 1902

Ml Ml" IIIIWWIIW US a i 11 Uaara Lessen in fIh op, stock, wool umlHiipir represent for last jvnr n oiu- in (,u ons Itinri n total of seven mill u half million sterling. I nj$$e:tsiiy Pictorial Bumor Know bj the sign CITQ Permanently mrert no ntsnr ne rvoumer after I 1 1 O e,rt dr's um of lr. Kline's Omit Nr Ms ltnir- i rr. Sendfor l"lli:i. HI lll trial Intuit .) t-,-A,,.v. Dr. II. II KLINB.Ltil.Ullrrhktrrst, riillaJolpIilu, !'. HI THOUGHT HE WAS A MOUSER. "Pa, you called Uncle John a miser. The Dilatory Tellers. "It was Mr. Teller, dear, wasn't It, who offered a resolution to have our country Interfere on behalf of a Boer general who was condemned to death and then found out that he was too late?" "Yes, my dear." "Tellers are all a good deal alike, aren't they, dear?" "What makes you think so?" "Why, that teller down at the bank never told me my personal account would be overdrawn until I asked him for the money." Reflections of a Dade. Fweddy (slightly near-sighted) Who aw is that ...

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 May 1902

- ME ANADARKO DEMOCRAT ViAW & BLANKENSHIP, Publiihm. PRESTON P. SHAW, . . Editor. L. D. BLANKENSHIP. . Mnnanor, jUUSCHIITIOS katks daily. Oiio yo r In advanco - $4.00 Six months in advance S2.00 Three munths In advance $1.00 VCKKLY l'UIILlSlini) UVKKY THUUS WAY. Ono Year 81.00 3Ix Months m TJiroQ Months 25 Advertising rates mado known on triplication.' Entered at tho nostoflloo at Ana darko, Oklahoma, as second-class mall matter. AVtatmiiko, Oi:la..May 3, 1002. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. SOU CONGUDSS WM. M. CROSS. ... ANNOUNCEMENTS ... FOB SHEKUT. We aro nut hnrbrd to announce J. G. Jullagher, of Atmdarko, us a candidate 'or bhorllt of Caddo County, subject to tno action oi the Democrat convention, Juno 9. Wo aro authorized to announco L. S. Gardner, of Anadarko, auundldnte for tlionominution of Shorlll of Caddo "ounty, subject to tho uetiou of the Democrat couvoutlou, Juno 0. Domocrat Convention- Call for Deli'Kiito Democrat Con vention to be held at Anadarko June II, 1002. At u regula...

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. — 3 May 1902

LOCAL NEWS. Lazy men arc the best checker players. Coal, flour, feed and grain a Leach it Peacock. tf In polities audacious cheek ami push are often mistaken for ability. "Lap dusters and ily-ncts at Scott .&Sons. 20011 Sir. Campbell of the Law ton Democrat is in the city. Vanity is a twin sister to impil'i kIcucc TLook Ollt for the Star man's ncT "bread wagon. lOltf Putting a nickel in the slot is like pouring water in a rat hole. "When you send to the grocery lor bread, call for Star bread. lOltr A girl who marries in haste may repent in a cheap boarding house. Go to Silver Moon Restaurant on C street for square meals. lOltf Most all victims of hard times arc in reality victims of laziness. Homestead to trade for town lot. J L Byrno & Co 177tf Charity begins at home and it never gets away from some homes. Window shades 15 cents. Ana .darkc Furniture Co. 102tf Bread is cheap. Ingram & Hoff man sell bread 2 and 4 cents a loaf. tlNo use talking Bill those lap dusters and ...

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. — 3 May 1902

JMiMimiui i i i urn mi ii i laiiiiiaisiiiiiiiiiiiaaiiiaijaiwiisssjjiaijuiiiiLaijjaxjajuasHtaiiaajaaaiai asaaaaisiai.sassMaMiJwe.' ISLANDERS By PODYARl) KIPLING- I rohil)ly nothing wrltton In yeara lias attracted so much attention and varying comment as has tho poem written by Rudyurd KiplltiR nttacklng tho atay-at-liomo Englishmen. Hero U the poem In full from the Uindon Times, the paper In which It orlglnul ly appealed' Pencid by rJ"r careful fathers, ringed by your leaden n , , ,. tariff did ya wake In quint, and lone lie down hi . iimi. Till ye gold of Htrlfe "What In ItT Of the Kwi.rtl "It la far from our ken," Till ye made a sport of your shrunken mint ami a my of your annul men Yo stnppid your earn to the warnlnB ye would ntlther look nor heed -Te ml your leisure before their toll, aim our hints above thtlr need llecauie of jour witless learning anil your heats of vumn and thane Ye grudged Jour Hon for their service and jour Hold for theli catnplUK pluee Yo forred them to git ...

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. — 3 May 1902

? r Georgia has only twenty counties In frhlch saloons nro pel mi tied nud 117 bounties In -which tho sale of liquor in prolilbitod. PUTNAM FADELESS DYES do not spot, streak or give your foods an un evenly dyod appearance. Bold by drug--tfists, 10c per package. At tho battle of Sniningo Schley ww x oomniCMloie, Sampson h captain. The latter hnd tho temporary rank of rear ad tnirn I. DEFIANCE STAItCTI should be In eve-" household, none so rood, btsldes 4 ox. more for 19 cent than s.njr other brand of cold water starch. llo They seem very much nttnohed to oach otiicr. She Oh, yoal Sho think? nho is tho only tfirl ho over taught to sknto. Brooklyn, N. Y., Feb. 17th The activity at the laboratory of the Garfield Tea Co. la further evidence of the popularity it their preparations; over THRIVE MIL LION FAMILIES used the Garllnld Rem edles last year! This vast nubllo id- proval speaks well for tho remedies. They are: uanieiu jea. uarneid ilrndacne Powders. Uarflelrt-Tea Syrup. Qarlleld Rel...

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. — 3 May 1902

it. f CHURCH DIRECTORY. J3FTOST Ilaiitlt Church of AnndurUo, Lot 5 Jlluck f7. Appointments. Illlilc School Sunday at 10 n. m. I'rcaclilnir 11a. in. lrcnchlnit " 7-30 p. m. "V'ounir People's Meeting lit 7 () p. ra. Irnycr Meeting Tliursdnj at 7.30 p. in. U M. Hour, l'astor. JTHK Congregational Church of Anadarko. Onlcrof Services. Sunday School at 10 a. in. I'rciichtnif at II a. in and VM P. m. r l:. Mfdlnir at tl mi p. in, J'ra) cr Meeting Thurwlay at 'M p m. J. W. Moath, l'astor. . TinST Christian Church, corner 6th and Jloundary SlieetH. Sunday School at to a. in. l'rcnchln? ul II a m utidiSlOp. m '"ucr Mcctliif Tlniixlny ut":.10 ZnaiSCOI'AL Church 'scntces every Sun ilny utter afternoon at the nnptNt church at 4-10. Sunday School ntXW WmaiiT. Hector. . "TIItST M IS church Sundu). School 10-11 a m. l'rrnehlriir nnd class Meeting 11 12 a. m. j:pworth League at n no p. in. l'renchlng at close of Lcnguo meeting. l'rujcr Meeting Thursdajs at 7.ao p. m . W. Kki.i.kk, 1'astor . , il V. ...

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 May 1902

iIL?l II IL ft vox,, i, ANADAHKO, (WDDO CO., OKI, A., M AY 5, 11102. XI). 2()1. I New Store Overflowing with beauty, style, elegance and quality is well worth a visit, in fact, several visits. We want every man, woman and child in Anadarko to come in and see our elaborate line of spring goods, and we want them to compiire quality and price with xii they see in other stores. There are too many goods for us to talk about all of them they'll do their own talking if you will drop in and give, them a chance. K Forbcnmrnmlcomtortlthasno equal , Boys Norfolk Suits. Have you a boy between tbc age of 3 and 10 years? Have you been thinking of buying him a now spring suit? For you, who have boys, we are making a special -showing of this popular style suit in the new spring materials, some with yoke, some without. Wo price this style SI. 75 to $0.00. Long pant suits for young men 84.00 to 10.00. One Price To AH" m fSl &lfW $T a ANADARKO, OKLA. CRAWFORD, JAY & "Will be open for business ...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 5 May 1902

. Anadarko Daily Democrat I'KICSTON !. H1IAU'. nlSZD "V&rift T"V!r A 7AA i-IMPcKW"' 'TT'lVfJH' OKLAHOMA. iluropi1 Is now combining to mix the llocr to walk tho plunk. Oil linn been struck In Kentucky, hut hoy have decided not to liottln it. Beware of (ho man with uhlalors ficlencn nayH ho Ik u walking uitcnni lif germs. Somu people complained about the Jient Inst July. Hut then some, people aro nlwayn kickers, There aru districts In ltnly whore pcoplu llvo entirely on chestnuts. Thoy live to n placid old age. Uird KosHlyn'H Hystem didn't work nt Monte Carlo, hut wait till he at tacks ping pong with It. Tho very best thing thnt can ho Bald about the. benefactions of UiishcI Banc 13 that ho Is u modest gler. It Is to ho hoped that the Intentions of those European nations that aro now ho friendly aro entirety honorable. A few pages of "straight front" ads would also make tho Congressional Iteconl desirable anil help out Its pay roll. If moral suasion will not induce the, Indlnn to ...

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. — 5 May 1902

I THOUGHT HE WAS 1 iS "Pa, you called Uncle John a miser. The Dilatory Tellers. "It was Mr. Toller, dear, wasn't It, who offered a resolution to have our country Interfere on behalf of a Boer general who was condemned to death and then found out that he was too late?" "Yes, my dear." "Tellers are all a good deal alike, aren't they, dear?" "What makes you think so?" "Why, that teller down at the bank never told me my personal account would be overdrawn until I asked him for the money." Itnfleottons of a Dnrie. Fweddy (slightly near-sighted) Who aw Is that very stylish and fine looking man at the otheh end of the room, Mrs. Greeable? Hostess You are looking at your own reflection In the mirror, Mr. Llght payte. Fweddy Aw you llattah me, Mrs. Greeable! Hostess No; the mirror docs that. NO CAUSE FOR WORRY. Mkfi He I must warn you, dcarc.it, that after we are married you will very likely find me Inclined to be arbitrary and dictatorial In my manner. She No matter; 1 won't pay the slighte...

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 May 1902

THE ANADARKO DEMOCRAT SHAW & BLANKENSHIP, Publishm. PnESTON P. SHAW, ndltor. L. D. BLANKENSHIP. Manauor. SUIIfeCIHI'TION UATK.S DAILY. Oao year in uduuico - $4.00 Six months In advunce - i.00 Three months In udvunce $1.00 WEEKLY I'UIIMSIIini KVEHY THUItS DAY. One Year 1.00 Six Months M Thrco Mouths 2.5 Advertising rates niudo known on implication." Entered at tho postolllco ut Ana darko, Okltihomu, as second-class mall mutter. Anai.akko, Oici.a..May fi, 1002. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. tun congi:i:ss VM M. CllOSS. . ANNOUNCEMENTS ... roii siiKiurr. Wo aro nuthoricd to nnnounco.7. G. tfallaghor, of Anadarko, us ucandlduto for Shui'tll of Cuildo County, subject to tho action of tho Dcniooratconventlon, Juno 0. Wo aro iiuthorlud to announco Ij. ('. Gardner, of Anadarko, . candidate for thouoinluatiouof Sherlll of Caddo eounty, subject to tho action of the Democrat convention, .Tune I). Democrat Convention- Call for Delegate Democrat Con vention to m held at Anadarko Juno !l, 11)02. At 11 u...

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. — 5 May 1902

I LOCAL NEWS. Coal, flour, feed Leach A Peacock. niui grain man "Lap dustcrB ami lly-ncts at Scott & Sons. 200t4 A theatrical manager is always judged by the company he keeps. There are just aB good fish in the sea as ever was lied about. Go to Silver Moon Restaurant on 3 street for squaro meals. 101 tf It is hard for a man to escape the publicity of his own history. Homestead to trade for town lot. J L Byrne & Co I77tf The grindstone is the one stone that is never left unturned. "Window shades 15 cents. Ana larko Furniture Co. 102tf Many a good farmer has been spoiled to make a poor preacher. Bread is cheap. Ingram & Hoff man sell bread 2 and 4 cents a loaf. rA man runs, in debt, but he never gets out faster than a walk. uNo use talking Bill those lap dusters and fly-nets of Scott & Sons are up to date. 200t4 You should never forget that you arc not beyond criticism. ' Special ten days sale at reduced prices, of all kinds of millinery at JVIiss Cassidy's. 108U0 It i...

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. — 5 May 1902

!MS,Uj mi: ISLANDERS By WJDYAI1D KlItlNfr ,'.aL ''- Ul ..W 7Ulibl I U MM '""iftVA tt.wflMtf.MrirrTi:Ky . fti tftiVSijv:. st:2ji 1 ffi7 a xv'-ju.r ti & f.k hta n ta r ki r?d ki.1 .r if&rvirvirr Ji 1 i w i imLfi '5 ttPfttt? !TfcW,5vlMiLP 3Ef W . VJ m 0 H QM&SrJ& Jffln Hid M liolmbly nothing written In years Iiiih iiltniotcil ho niucli attention nnd varlnR comment us lms tho poem written liy Uuilyitnl Kipling nttackliiB tlio Htay-at-lionif 1:iik)IhIii)i-ii Hero Is the poem In full from the I-onilon TlmcH tho paper In which It original ly appealed Pcntirt by yuwr uiroful fathers, rliiKt'l liy vour Iriulrii tieaH 1 iiiik illd ye wiilo- In quiet unit Ioiik " down at 1 usn, . . ,, nil vo Miii.i or Htiirr "wimi 1 it?" or the Hwnril "It lit fur fnim our ki 11. , Till ye made it spurt nf your hIiiuiikui hosts unit n toy of ymir annul men Y Hliiiiiil jnur ours td the wariilnit e would neltlur look nor liod Vi Hit vmil lilHiiru birnru tlmlr lull, and out lusts uliino tlielr need...

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. — 5 May 1902

A Georgia has only twontv counties in which saloons arc peimltteil nml 117 bounties In wlilch tho sulo of liinor 1b brohibitod. rPTNAM FAI)?:LI:sS DYES do not spot, streak or give your poods an un evenly dyed appearance. Sold by drug gists, 10c per package. At tho battle of Santiago Scliloy vrai commodore, Sampson u captain. Tue latter had tho temporary rank of tear-admiral. DEFIANCE STAKCTI houla be In eve-" household, none ao food, besides 4 ox more for 10 cents than ny other brand of cold water starch. He They seem very much attached to oach other, She Oh, yet! She thinks hIio is tho only girl ho eci taught to fcknto. Brooklyn, N. Y , Ib 17th The ncllvl'J at the laboratory of the nnrfldil Tnn l!o. Is further evidence of the popularity if meir preparations, uver 'llliliJi; Mltj LION FAMILIES uteil the Garfield Hem eaies last year! This vast public ap proval speaks well for the remedies They are- Garfield Tea Qarlleld Ileadaeh Powders, Oarfleld-Tea Syrup. Qarlleld Iteller Plasters,...

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. — 5 May 1902

CHURCH DIRECTORY. FIRST Jlnptlst Church of AnnilnrUo, Lot IS Mock r7, Appointment: Illble School Sunday at 10 n. m. rrcnclilnv " II a. m. Preaching " 7 .10 p. m. Younif People's Mcctlnif nt 7 () p m. l'rnj cr Mcotlntf Thursday at 7 80 1 m. I,. M. Holt, Pastor. TUT forn'rcKntlnnnl Church of Anadarlto. Onlcr or Servian. Hunduy huhool at 10 n. m. IVai lilnir nt II a. m. and T:D0 p. ra. r I, Mooting nt 0:SW p. ra, 1'iaicr Meeting Thumlur otT:lp. in, ,1. V. Moats. I'attor. . FIItST Christian Church, corner 5th nml lloumlnry Street. Suudii K'lhool nt 10 n, in. I'rcnchlnsnt II n ra mnlT:.T0p. ra. 1'rnyer Meeting Thursday t7 MMSCOl'AI. Churoh. Horvleo every Sun ilny nfter nftcrnoou nt the Euptlit church nt 4..3U. Sunday School utlWl. Wiiiuiit, ltcctor. . FIItST M 11 oliuroh Sunday School I0--II n in. I'rcnchlnir nml clai Meeting 1112 n. m. 1'pworth League in 0:30 p. in. Preaching nt clow of League mooting, l'raicr Mcctlnir Thurmlayn nt 7.-.T0 p. ra. . W Kr.i.i.KH, 1'nitor. V M 1! hurch. Sou...

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 May 1902

VOI,. 1. ANADAlllvO, CAT) HO CO., OKI,A., MAY (5. 11J02. NO. ga. ? n M Y i WE WANT YOU TO KNOW US BETTER. Its saying a great ileal. The business house that courts investigation is not afraid to have its business niothoils brought under the strongest light. Wc do not hesitate to match quality of merchandise with any store. These two, quality and price together, with honorable methods and courteous treatment are tho (actors which "make ours such a good store to trade in. Our principle, one price to all and money back if not Huited with purchase. ASSOCIATION FORMED Mens Clothing. Ladies' Ready to Wear CLOTHING. iJ Have you examined our clothing yet? Swoatshopstuff don't iind place in our storo. Ours is tho kind that is equal to the best suits made. Have all tho points of lit, finish, tailoring', trimming and lin ing of the best tailored goods atnearly one lialf price. Good suits at from $10 to $1, Flnn nol coat and pants $7 to $10. toil City Park to be Enclosed For Sportmans Park. $600...

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 May 1902

IB WEEKLY PANORAMA MAC.EE rOUND GUILTY OF MURDER. U.iNrldl, III., ,1Un Sciilnlicril ti) I'onltill lliiry fop riiiirl'"ii lwnn, It i' I A. Mugee. act-used of causing ti d-nth of three ol hi own faintly, i Minvlitoil of murder nnil seii ' ii' i ii to fourteen yearn in the penl ' i.'iii,). i in irlme for whlcn Magee was 'i i. i od was committed on Hay 28 ..i i-i i year at the home of Mr. 'u ilerfchberger.hu mother-in-law. 'mi mid n half miles from Wuteeka, in 1 ii houie of Mrs. Ilervhberger was 1 niu''! down and Mm. HerBhberger, Mi 1 tattle Magee, wife of the man .ni.ied, and Calvin Magee, aged f. u'ii found dead In the hou.se after Mi., lln watt put out. Burt A. Mas- .iiul his 2-year-old daughter racapeil. 111. vnnllrt wan a compromise, ns . mi nf Ihr jurors were In favor of M" ii 1 111 iii prison. Matu was lln-t tried last December, Hurt M.iuee. when the Jut y dlsngieed. He was h.ii K'd with burning tlio house to hide the oilpu'. Thu bodies of Ma gee's son and nio'her-ln-lnw also wei...

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 May 1902

(j ur an. wcs The police of Tails aic like!, to be kept busy If thoy nttempt to arrest every "cabby" In the gay city who ut ters an oath or who talUs Insultingly to his fare. The myrlail "cabbies" of Paris are In a class by thomselves. As a rule they hire their cabs anil horses by the day from one of the great com panies which control the buslnefs, pay ing a fixed sum as lcntal. and making all they tnke In above that flgttie. Most of them wear the livery of the com pany from which they relit and their vehicles aie painted to correspond A PARIS COCHERE. Theso liveries are most often light In color, and the cabs of the City Cab company, the largest In Paris, are painted In Imitation of wicker work. The cabby wears a high hat, made of rubber composition, and a sort of crosB between sabots and bliues, with wuuiieii soles and leather uppers. In his hat the smart Paris cabby wears a cockade of sorno bright colors. The regular fare In Paris Is a franc 20 cents for n"course, about a mile. B...

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 May 1902

THE ANADARKO DEMOCRAT SHAW & 11LANKENSHIP, Publijheri. PHE3TON P. SHAW. - Editor. U. D. IJLANKENSHIP. Mnnauor, SUIISOIIU'TION ItATIM DAILY (.noyotr In udviincu - w Six months in uilviinco - &W Three months In advanoo - ftl.OU wt.iikly vuhlhhhii uvimv tiiuiis- DAY. OnoYoar ' 1-00 S,x Months M Thrco Months -fl Advertising i-ntos inailo known on application. Kntorod fit tho postotlico lit Ana il.irko, Oklahoma, as socond-oluss mall i uittcr. ' i An.m.aiiuo, Oici.a..May 0. 1002. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. l.n; CONOIIKSS VM. M. CROSS. . . ANNOUNCEMENTS ... kok phoiiati: judge Virdo V. llardoastlo announces his eatididaov for tho nomination of Pro bate .Tudiro of Caddo county sutijeoi to tho notion of thu Democratic conven tion Juno Uth. rou suuHiKr. We are authorized to nntiouneo.T. G. r:..n..,.i.m. if Atmiliirkn. as a candidate fir SliorllT of Caddo Countj, subject to tin action 01 tno uouiocr.ueuuveunuu, June 0. Vi ore authorized to announce L. ( (Jardner, of Anadnrko, a candidate r.n'...

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. — 6 May 1902

k. ' : V&W &!& ' W '" '' W LOCAL NEWS. Coal, Hour, feed and grain a Leach & Peacock. tf It is sometimes sadder to lovo and fail to lone than it is to lose and tail to love. Go to Silver Moon Kestaurant on C street for square meals. lOltf Homestead to trade for town lot. J L Byrne & Co 177tf "Window shades 15 cents. Ana- lnrkn Vui-tiit.iirn Co. 102tf Bread is cheap. Ingrain tte lion man sell bread 2 and 4 cents a loaf. "When a man starts on the down ward road the brake is most sure to refuse to work. (iXo use talking Bill those lap clusters and fly-nets of Suott & Sous arc up to date. 800U All things come to him who waits; but there are so many things not worth waiting for. Special ton days sale at reduced prices, of all kinds of millinery at Miss CaBsidy's. 108UO The lap of luxury is when the cat steals into'thc larder and laps ihe cream off the milk. Be sure to see the bargains at Miss Csssifly's Millinery Empori um. lt)8tls If a man looks down after he is l...

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. — 6 May 1902

RELICS 01 OLD DAYS. Valuable Articles Found in Homes of Old Settle Canada. In (poctal Letter.) cv HIS old county of Ottawa, Sj? Canada, subdivided gome fow years ago. was oilglnnlly Bot tled In ijrent limt by refugees from Ireland, who left the old ftiil at tlio time of the "Itlbhon men" disturbances. Many of thono wore of good families, tracing their detccnt back through generations, and brought with them hclrloum which would now be of great value to nn t IqnarlaiiH could their dcroudauts bo Induced to part with them. One aged couple. Inhabiting a ter ribly old shanty in tho township of Low, with not a carpet or a bit of pot tery In the house, pat down with their visitor to dinner at a table set with u wonderful snowy damask tablecloth and with sliver dish covers ar.l cut lery of undoubtedly great value. And on napory and sllvor was elegantly traced an earl's coronet. "Belonged to my own old mother, so "yyrl faM&EtoAAl'W' & Amli-nt Trnollnc Outllt. It did." explained the da...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
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