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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 6 May 1902

.v BEFORE IE PUBLIC EYE HAS WON FAME AS A DIPLOMAT. Llmrli'4 Momuii lHrlclniott, United Stain Agoiit nt Sof 1 1 C'.urlrs Monroe Dickinson, whom tlio UulKiirlHit goveinmont has Uecllncd to UHOfcniz because of hlg attitude In the stum rase, lias won the admiration of ni'iy European diplomat In the Eat during Ills five years' service tlie,i He was appointed consul gen- wm. m i 1 Lt S i8itoh5. 11 Q Current News and Views MONKEY A , lllll'i PRACTICAL JOKCrt 21 inoy mill FRENCH STATESMAN IN TROUBLE. Holdtcr Mit iltoi Iho MlnMtor ot .Initlco fur n Ilurclir. M. Ciilllaux. the French minister-of lltinuce, had a curious ndvonturo In I'arlu one evening recently. Ho wob Invited to dine with his colleague, tlio minister of marine, whose residence Is opposite the ministry of llnnuco on tho other side of tho Louvre. As ho was Into he took a short out through tho guidon, hut found the gate locked and that ho had foi gotten the key. M. Cnlllaux U an excellent gymnast, and proceeded to scale the rail...

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. — 6 May 1902

nHiPPMWfiw Jin1 viwnai CHURCH DIRECTORY. rillsT Jlnptlut Chnn-h of AnndmUo. Lot r lllni'k (W. Avimlnunculi llililu School Nuiidiiy lit 10 n. in. I'rtMii-liInK 11 n lu. I'ri'iK-liinic 7 SO P in. YiMinir lVupli-'M Meelhiir nl7(t m l'ruer Mectinit Thumrtny ill 1 30 p m I,. M Hor.T. 1'iulor. TIT ('niiirrpitntlimiil Church or Anndnrku. C nl r of Si'rv!t'n. Sumlm Si'hool nt 10 H. in I'lrin-lilnif nt II it in. mill T'-.TO p. m. I. .Mi-cllnic t8:)p. Hi. l'l is 'i Meeting Ttmrnday nt 1ffl 1. m. .1. W Moim I'Mtor. 1'IIIST Christian Church, oonior ftth nnd llouuiliiry Street,,. Siinilny School lit 10 n. m. I'rcn-hln at II n m and T:.T0 ti. m. l'niwr Moultnir Thursday nt7SS0 . r.l'IM'fil'Afj Churoh. Harriets every Sun lnv after afternoon ut lliu rtiiptlitt ohuroh lit I .HI Siiudnj SuhooliUS:). WmniiT. Hector. V PHIST M l: ohuroh - suiiduj Sulinii) 10 It a in. rrviu'lilnir and i-Iokh Meetlntr II IS n in. J.pKortti l.eatrut' ut 0 3n p. ni. l'ti-iii'hlnir nt olote of League meptlOK 1' hit .Meeting...

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 May 1902

ANADARKO DAILY DEMOCRAT VOL.. 1. ANADAWvO, CAI)1X) CO., Old, A., MAY 7, 11)02. NO. 2013. M tf d a WE WANT YOU TO KNOW US BETTER. ItSBaying.agreatdc.il. Tho business house that courts investigation is not afraid to have its business methods brought under the strongest light. We do not hesitate to match quality -of merchandise with any store. Wo do not fear to camparo prices with any store. These two, quality and price together, with honorable methods and courteous treatment are the factors which make ours such a good store to trade in. Our principle, one price to all and money back if not suited with purchase. Mens Clothing. T HA W Ladies' Ready to Wear CLOTHING. SSfflli Have you examined onr" clothing yet? SweatshopstUll don't find place in our store. Ours is tho kind that is equal to tho best tailor made. Have all tho points or lit, finish, tailoring, trimming and lin ing of tho best tailored goods atnearlyono half price. Good suits at from $10 to $18, Flan nel coat and pants $7 to...

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 May 1902

1 1 Beautiful Southern Bride. THE ODD CORNER. R Yolee From Beyosnd, W ! i! .1 4 Happenings mid Events Thnl Mny Be Classed ns Out of the Ordinary. Ilt'lp Tlmt C'omoi Too f,fit. "lis .1 wearlaome world, tttla world of ur. wnii i in tangle mimll and Rfrat. Jim wiwIh Hint nmotlier Hip springing dowera Vii'1 Iih Implem strifes with fate. lint tin- ilnrkeat titty of Its ilusolal days s. .h tlir help t lint com c tiKi lulo. Mi mif- for th word that ! never Id Tin the mr Is deitf to hehr, "'i i.p for the lark of the fainting' lM.U.1 ' in tin- ringing ahoul uf cheer: - .i for the laggard feet tlmt tread i ih mournful wako of the Wr. .i.i' imriieth help when tha heiirt la uiimh? w hi i hootcth a broken spur "i i.w thrown out When the Ha are Uuml .4 v I re' a iwrtiue drlftatu far! 'i' i.ir mid fnat front the alien )tt, "'.'I iln moaning bar? . i.lt mil tnlng the gift to-day ili. it Ik druaa and nothing winjth, 'ilmiiKh If It had comfi bill yetterlay 1 1 li.ul lirlmmed with aweel the earth i Mu...

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 May 1902

AiJlll.iJ...IL,".'l.MmMW!'i.ii nm itt-ri -vim .1.1 .. . iu-m.i.i'tiiii l.'u i.mijm mrrr!i-n.jiiiii.-"i..n inriiiu'in.ii. ! ,',- .-u y IJfUll Pictorial Biimor pi J. A GREWSOME PROTECTION. I E - i -...I 1 V 5 '. . 1 . LO THE POOR MOTHER-IN-LAW. Mr. White Say, Sam, 13 dat hoss Sam No, Bah, not ylt. Mr, White Well, I want yo' to hitch out rldln'. The licit of KtorythlliK, "Yes, madam, I understand that you want your hook of verses got up in our best stylo, regardless of expense." m "Thafs it, exactly." " "You want Morocco binding, gilt top, calendared paper and the Illustrations must be best half-tones." "Half-tones! No, Indeed. They must be whole tones or nothing." A Phenomrnoti Kxplnlned. "Why Is it," asked .Mrs. Miggs. "that n. single man is so anxious to take a girl to the theater and seems to caie bo little about plays after ho is mar vied?" "That's very easily explained," nni swered her husband. "It Is due to a certain deplorable but inevitable mas culine vanity. When he takes the...

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 May 1902

cANADARKO DEMOCRAT. SHAW & BLANKENSHIP, Publishtn. PRESTON P. SHAW. L. D. ULANKENSHIP. Editor. MnnnKor, SUIIHOUIPTIUN IlATi:S DAHjY. Ono year In advance - - $4.00 Six months In udvunco - $2.00 Three months In mlviinco $1.00 WKKIChV l'01lt.HHi:i) KVKItV THUltS DAY. One Year $1.00 Six Month M Throo Months 25 Advertising rates made known on application.) Kntcred at the postolllco at Ana darko, Oklahoma, as second-class mall matter. Anaiiauko, Okla..May 7, 1002. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. McKlnloy tp . . 05 Shirley tp 05 Washington tp 05 V. W. PllICE, Chairman County Central Com. A. S. LAunint.Mir.K, ' Secretary. vuluo of farm laud. Ho is nlso a carpenter and contractor, which will enahlu him to know the vuluo of city I property. He came to the territory almost two years ago and located In Kay county, and ut the opening of the. now country ho came to Caddo county and cast his lot among us. Ho owns Tj ,nvo8t,Bato Tha JudBoa. property hero and hits always been an ... ,,, ,. . . . active worke...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 7 May 1902

Ik V V h i . .1?. . LOCAL NEWS. Go to Silver Moon Restaurant on C street for square meals. lOltf Homestead to trade for town Jot. J L Byrne & Co 177tf Window shades 15 cents. Ana darko Furniture Co. 102tf Bread is cheap. Ingram & Hoff man sell bread 2 and 4 cents a loaf. Hoy Oakes returned today from El Reno, where he had been as a witness in a law suit. When a man Btarts on the down ward road the brake is most sure to refuse to work. No use talking Bill those lap dusters and fly-nets of Scott fc Sons arc up to date. 2p0t4 Prof. Thompson of Chiokasha, O. T: has been employed to teach our school. All things como to him who waits; but there are so many things not worth waiting for. Special ten days sale at reduced prices, of all kinds of millinery at 108UO Coal, flour, feed Leach & Peacock. and grain .Miss Cassidy's. County Surveyor O'Dell and At torney F. A. Lane drove over to Latham today. The lap of luxury is when the cat steals into the larder and laps the cream oil th...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 7 May 1902

1 A,adrko Baiioemocrat ritiisio.v r. siiaav. ANADAItKO. OKLAHOMA. Konosn.Va Jack thn Klssr hugs 'em till thoy scream. Homotlincs tlio mun Ib completely exhausted. Kansas Olty's 1k pigeon shoot must liavo been neuily ns exciting uh kllllns i;niMHlio)icrs with n club. Beforo tho advent of niiothor Enstcr vlcl.rntlon tho p.iriigraphers ought to iIcvIhu fomn now Jokes about Eastor millinery. Fifty women hnvo Just got law dlplomus In New York. The Jury of ho future has evidently got to steel Its heart. A vessel loaded With Ciibnii sugar was benched n few days ago on Mo lasses Island. TIiIh Is a ease of sweets to the Bwect. John L. Sulllvnn Is having an arena built around hliu and will rndeavor to rovlvo the waning interest In Olym pian sports. Tho Havcmuycrs have Invested heavily In the copper business and arc supposed to be after the red scalp of oi'imtor Clark. The1 New York miner who fell fiOO feet down a shaft without seiiom, In jury would mako good ballast for one of the airships. T...

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. — 7 May 1902

H m DAIEY AND POULTRY. INTERESTING CHAPTER3 FOR OUR RURAL READERS. How Fncrrtuful Fnrraerf Operate Thli llnpHrtmtint of the Farm A Few IllnU at to the Cure of Live btuek ttllU 1'uultrjr. I'lMtearlrln? 3111k In linttlrt. )Tho bottles known as "sterillzlnc" bottles aro tall, narrow ones, with a capacity of eight ounces, or half pint. After being filled with milk the bot tles aro corked most conveniently by means of a wad or plug of cotton bat ting. But of course care must be used that this does not become wet, and tho bottles must be kept upright. They may also bo stoppered with ordinary corks which have recently been boiled each time beforo using, and then lc3s care to keep the bottles upright will be needed. But corks must be firmly tied down, y,hon sterilizing Is done, to prs vent their being forced out. To heat . the milk in theso bottlc3 it Is necessary ' t .... 1 ..- - 1.-11 .. - o iu iiub muni iuiu a, uuuur upim u i- J forated false bottom or platform to keep them from direct c...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 7 May 1902

CHURCH DIRECTORY. iyjUST lluplM Church of Anndurliu, Lot 6 Jllock 57. AptMilntinciitK: lllhlc School Sutiriuy lit 10 n. m. ITcnchlnii " II n. in. rt'nrhliiit " 7.30 p.m. Younif I'euplc'H Mcetlnic lit 7 () P. m. l"riij or Meeting Tliurwliiy nt 7:ai l. m. I.. M, llol.T, I'uMur. . iTHV. ronirrrifivtlonnl Church of Anmlnrko. Unlcr of Services. S unci u y School nt 10 n. m, Prrnphlnir nt II n in. nnrt TtlW p. in. O li Mccllnir lit ::) p. in. Prnjcr Meeting Thurwlny nt7:30p. m. .1. W. Mimts. l'nslor. .yiltST ChrNtlnn Church, corner Mh nnd Jlmititlnry Street Kunilny School nt 10 n. m. lrcnehlnir nt II n in nmU:no p. m. J "ruler Mcctlntc ThurMlny nt::iO 'JSXnSCOPAU Church. Services every Sun day lifter afternoon nt the rlnptlst church nt 4 JO. SundnySchoolut3.il. Wuioiit, Hector. V ; JTllST M. K. ehiireh - Sundny School 10 II n m. I"rcnchlnir nnd clniii Meetlnif 111! n. m. Kiiworth lcuiruo ut 6 no p. in. l'renchlnif nt close of Lcnttue mectlnir. Pnocr Meeting ThumiliOH nt7::wp, in. . W. Kn....

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. — 8 May 1902

ANADARKO DAILY DEMOCRAT te VOI,. 1. ANADARKO, CATI)C) CO., OKT, A., I AY 8, 15)02. g NO. 3Q.I. fg I n -i WE WANT YOU TO KNOW US BETTER. Its Baying a great ileal. The business house that courtfl investigation i not afraid to liavo its business methods Iirought under the strongest light. Wo do not hesitate to match niiality of merchandise with any store. We tin nut. fi!.ir to coniuara prices with any store. These two, quality and price together, with honorable methods and courteous treatment are the lactors which mako ours such a good store to trade in. Our principle, one price to all and moiioy back if not Mens Clothing. Have you examined our clothing yet? Sweatshopstull don't find plnco in our store. Ours is the kind that is equal to the besttallor-matto. Have all tho points of lit, finish, tailoring', trimming and lin ing of tho best tailored goods atnearly one half price. Good suits at from $10 to $18, Flan nol coat and pants $7 to $10. CRAWFORD, f? XJ ' Yv(m m m i) jdKk ttfW W $0...

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. — 8 May 1902

The As the writing up of Egypt with es pecial rcfcrcnco to the pyramids Is now In vogufl, It Hecmotl good to mo to add a subject of thought and Investigation, writes I-. L. Hond In tho Chicago Chronicle. 1 feel ns well qualified to do this ns many others feel qualified tu write of countries, their Inhabitant)! and customs by simply passing through them on u railway train, for I stood at nnd around the huso of Cheops for six mortal hours listening to tho high tenor yelling nnd shrieking of the Arabs and fellaheen who gathered around offering nil sorts of devices, THE NINE YYKRUID3 OF trinkets, coins, Scarubs, rides to "Sphlncus," etc., In such numbers that one could neither hear, see nor think. If I could havo heard a basso profundo or even a baritone I mlsht have been tempted to purchase something or have been moio Inclined to dole out bak shish. This terrible annoyance pre vented me from making useful exam inations nnd It was not until I passed over to the rcstauiant, whero theso j...

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. — 8 May 1902

PARIS President of the French Republic Is Popular with the Nation. (Special Letter.) MILE Loubet, picsldcnt of the French republic, recent ly entered upon the 64th oar o( his age, and the man who spuing originally from the peasantry of the Midi celebrated his birthday ns the head of tho French na tion. He Is tho seventh picsldcnt of the third republic, nnd his election In Feb ruary, 1899, will be remembered as oc- I currlng at a time when the country was all but overwhelmed with the shock of President Faure's sudden death, and when rival parties were each clamoring for the adoption of their candidate. Tho election of Emlle Loubet was a triumph for the repub licans, and his tenure of office has 'illy justified their expectations. , The president had formerly held 'many state offices, the most Important being those of prime minister and pres ident of the senate, bo that he went to the Elysec with a very fair knowledge of his new duties. Ho was the BUbject F A . 1n ntlm.tm 1... ,kn m.l...

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. — 8 May 1902

cANADARKO DEMOCRAT. SHAW & BLANKENSHIP, Publlihm. PRESTON P. SHAW, L. D. BLANKENSHIP. Editor. Manager, SUHSCUU'TION HATKS DAILY. One yer in advance - M.00 Six months in uilvance - 2.0!) Tlirco months In ndviinco $1.00 WEEKLY I'lHIMHlIBD EVEIIY TIIUHS- WAY. OneYcur 91.00 Six Months W Threo Months 25 Advertising rotes inado known on application. Kn tared at tho postollleo at Ana darko, Oklahoinu, as becond-cluss mall matter. Anadakko, Okla..May 8, 1002. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOIl CONGIIKSS WM, M. CROSS. ... ANNOUNCEMENTS ... I'OH l'UOHATi: JUDGE Verdo V. Hartlcastlc announces his candidacy for tho nomination of Pro bate Judgo of Caddo county subject to the action of tho Democratic conven tion June Dtli. FOIt SHEUIFF. Wo arc authorized to announce J. G. Gallagher, of Anadarko, as a candidate lov ShcrlH of Caddo County, subject to tho action of tho Democrat convention, Juno D. Wo are authorized to announco L. C. Gardner, of Anadarko, a candidate for the nomination of Sheriff of Caddo c...

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. — 8 May 1902

I s lv J tV 'K r fc .13 - loCAL NEWS. Coal, flour, feed Leach & Peacock. and grain Goi to Silver Moon Restaurant on Q-'fiWoet for square meals. . 191 tf (jo to F. J. Callahan for your acroen'wiro and screen doors. 201U2 . Homestead to trade for town ilat. J L Byrno & Co 177tf "Window shades 15 cents. Ana rdarko Furniture Co. 102tf D. J. Buchanan of Pond Creek, .'isiin the city on business. Bread is cheap. Ingram & IIofT jnan sell bread 2 and 4 cents a loaf. "Wanted A dishwasher at Hotel 'Florence. Girl iirelered. Mios Frankhauscrs oflicc will be open all this week, but only Mon .dav of next. 204t3 aNo use talking Bill those lap dusters and fly-nets of Scott & Sons i are up to date. 200U Dainty confcctionarics and a full line of choice fruits at Earhearts place on C street. 185tf Special ten days sale at reduced prices, of all kinds of millinery at Miss Cassidy's. 108tl0 Brick house on :-B" street for sale. Enquire of J. L. Byrne & Co 185tf Eyes! Eyes! Eyes! AH ki...

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. — 8 May 1902

NAVAL HERO" DEAD Sketch of the Career of tho LtUa , R-etxr-Atltrilro Lewis A. Kimbcrly. (Special Letter.) v-y Klmbcrlv. United State navy, tetlrcd, died of heart disease In West Newton, Mush., u fow days ago. Ho was executive olllcor of Farragut's fa 1110U8 flagalilp, tho Hatt In lior participated In ford, and the cngaKomont and passago of tho Tort Hudson batteries, the engagement with tho batteries at Grand Gulf and Wurrlngtou, on tho Mississippi, and tho battle of Mobllo Hay Ho was per sonally In command of tho Bquadron consisting of tho Trenton, Nlpslc, and Vandallii which woh destroyed In tho grent Samoa hurricane of 1839 Ho reached tho rotlremont ngo, C2 years, on April 2, 181)2, and since then had lived In Went Newton. Admiral Klmburly wbh born In Troy, N. Y , on April 2. 1830. His father was Dr. Edmund S. Klmbprly and his moth er'a maiden namo wnH Maria Kills. Ho was the oldest child, tho family con sisting of two daughters and four boys. HIh slstors wcro Mrs. George C. Hicks...

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. — 8 May 1902

.- f i MW t7s7lS' SfUH THE, FAGE 9jgftJ'' THEATRICAL T0PIO3 A ...ermin publisher has brought out a fa 'slml'i) edition of that famous let ter -which Dcethovon, none too polite, Tooelved from nn impertinent copyist '.! had compared his manuscript un favorably to that of Mozart and Haydn. This aroused Beethoven's Jpith, and ho wrote several comments eFjrosK the letter of this tenor: "Stupid, c Welted donkey of a fellow! To waste time on such a scamp, who steals one's "money! The thing to do Is to box his oslnlne eurs." Across another page he wrote: "InksplUer, blockhead! You h'ld better correct your errors, the produt.t of Ignorance, Impudence, con cept and stupidity, before you try to give (no advice, which is as If a hog tried to teach Minerva." And nt the margin : "Mozart and Haydn you will do tho honor of not mentioning them uny more." Ktlmuntl Milton Holland. Mr. Holland has been identified with Iho American stage 'for niauy years. Among tho numerous important roles f.vhich ho ha...

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. — 8 May 1902

V CHURCH DIRECTORY. CrVIRST llnpllRt Church of Anudarko. Lot f Jllock 57, Aiiolnlincnln: llllile School Sunday "t 10 n. m lrcachlnif " II a in. Prcaehln " 7-Wp. M. Yiiuiik 1 'coiile's Mccllntf lit f t. in. l'ni)er Meeting TliurNln) l7-3(ii. m. L. M. IIiii.t, Pastor. ffHB Contrciitlon.il Church of Anadnrlio. Order of Services. Kumlii) School at 10 . ni. I'mirtiliitf nt II m nnd TM . m. C: l Meeting ul 0:.T0 it. in. lrn cr Mcotinx Thursday nt 7:30 p. m. .1. W. Moath, Pastor. ' 'IKST Christian Church, corner 5tli nnd .Boundary street. Sunday School lit 10 ii. in. Preaching ill II u. in Ami 7:30 li. in. l'rnycr Meeting Thupalny t7:t ' MMSt'OPAL Church. Services every Sun- Iny utter lit tcrnoon nt tho riuvllst uhuich lit fu Sunday sc:iooiaia-. W HIUliT, iiccior. nilST M K climvlr - Sunday School 10-11 n si. I'rcnehlnir nml class Meetlne It 12 a. m. Kliworlli Lcuiriie nt o ao i. tu. Prciichlnif ut close of lmirnp meeting. l'rnycr Mecllnif TuuiMluii::aM. m. . W. liv.uxu. 1'iislor. Z. M 1'....

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 9 May 1902

4 ANADARKO DAILY DEMOCRAT A. VOJ j. 1. ANADARKO, (WDDl) CO., OKI.A., MAY'.). 15)02. NO. gr.. ffi . v fl f i it WE WANT YOU TO KNOW US BETTER. Its baying a great deal. The business house that courts investigation is not afraid to have its business methods brought under the strongest light. Vc do not hesitate o match quality of merchandise) with any store. We do not fe.ir to compare prices with any store. These two, quality and price together, with honorable methods and couitcous treatment aie the iactois which make ours such a good "store to trade in. Our piinciple, ono price to all and money back if not suited with pin chase. Mens Clothing, j v T-c I I I , i'Hfci if 'Will i '. Ladies' Ready to Wear CLOTHING. Have you cxainincil our clothing jet? Sweatshop stuff don't Unit placo in our store. Ours is the kind that is equal to tho besttallor made. Havo all tho points of tit, finish, tailoring, trimming and lin ing of tho best tailored good" at nearly ono half price. Good suits at from...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 9 May 1902

For tlio first tlmo In Ills glorious line career llttlo George Dixon nan taken tlio count nt the feet of his op ponent. Beaten to a standstill by the body punches administered by Eddie Lenny, ho sank exhausted to the can vas and heard tlio refcico'A volco toll on tho fatal seconds. Tho final atrlko of the gong sounded the passing of the greatest little pugilist that the ring has over known. anmo to tho last, "Llttlo Chocolate" stood up bravely bofore the rushes of his sturdy opponent and fought until exhausted. Nnturu refused to support him nny longer. So passes George Dixon. Ho has seen his best dayn In tho modern arena, he can no longer hold his own with tho rising generation, but his name will lira forover In pugilistic annals as tho finest llttlo man that over donned a glove. If his skin had only been white In stead of black, what a fistic Ideal ha would have been! Another match for tho heavy weight championship has been kicked In the head. As punishment for doing tho brother ac...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
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