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

Dotem the IBe dutiful The '"Barrel House" I A very Inconsiderate thing to do, It may have been, to take the Columbia fiver unawares, so to speak, and niako he trip that the tourist takes In lummer at such an unseasonable tlmo is the month ot March, for at that line she makes no Intimation that she is prsparcd to receive visitors. However, the trip by boat from Portland, Oregon, to the Dalles, and back to Portl nd, then down stream to Astoria, developed the fact that an Diit-of-season trip on the magnificent Columbia Is quite as full ot interest and pleasure as during the season. So well proportioned In stream and mountain, stately flr, rock and boulder that it Is sometimes neces sary to resort to figures as to the height, width, depth nnd volume of things to acquire an appropriate Idea ot their vastness. At times the mountains rise sheer out of the water nnd grow dimmer and moro dim in the mists till they seem mere phantom mountains tow ering above ragged crags, and again they slope...

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 May 1902

xr; CHURCH DIRECTORY. F1I1ST IlniitNtniuri'li nf Anndnrko, Iot R 1I1(X'I( bi. AlipollUmciUM: llllilc Soliuol sumlay lit 10 a. m. I'rcnc'hlnK II n. in. l'reiu'tilnif " T:IUii. in. Yoiiuif l'viiIo'a lleoltiiir lit litmii. m. l'r.i cr Mcotlnu Tliurwlntf t T:o p. iu. Ii. M. lloir, I'mtur. .' Till' C'rimrreimtlmml Cliureli of Auntlnrko. Onlrrnf SitvIim-h. Siimlm school nt 10 n. id. I'roiK'lnnif tit ll ii. m. iiml "TO ai. C 1 Mi-i'tlnirnl 0:3(1 IU. I'rni cr Mcctlnif TlMi-wlny nt7:a) p. in, .). v. Mium rumor. . KIllsT c lirlMtinn Churoh, uoruor Mil nml lloiimlnry Htrcota, Sumlnr School nt 10 n. in. I'rc'iiehlnK m II ii. in H!il":IOT. in. I'rnyer Meotlnit Thursday iitTSIO KI'ISCOPAIi Church, 'services every Sun dny nfter afternoon at thu ttuiUlm eliuieli at 4 .10. Sunday Sulioolat 3:W. WinaiiT. ltcctor. OT11ST SI V. oliureh:- Sunduy School 10-11 a. in. I'rrneliltiir and elans Meetlnic 1112 n. ra. Epwortli Li'iimx: at 0:30 p. in. I'rcaehlnif at ulnipof I.unuue tneetlni:. l'raycr Meeting Tlii...

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 May 1902

ANADARKO DAILY DEMOCRAT VOL.1. ij ANU)AllKO, CAIXLX) CO., OKL.A., MAY 11), 1002. K NO. 20H. Hi WE WANT YOU TO KNOW US BETTER. Its saying a great deal. -The business house tliat courts investigation is not afraid to liave its business methods brought under the strongest light. We do not hesitate to niatuh quality of merchandise with any store. Wo do not fear to compare prices with any store. These two, quality and price together, with honorable methods and courteous treatment are the iactors 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. Tn I ' ) " I ' Ladies' Ready to Wear CLOTHING. Have you examined our clothinp yet? Sweat shop stu IT don't Hud place in our store. Ours is the kind that is equal to tho be-sttnllor made. Havo all the points of Ht, finish, tailoring, trimming and lin ing of tho best tailored good atnearlvono half price. Good suits at from $10 to nP, Flan nel coat and pants 87 t...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 13 May 1902

WIIT IT IS TII 1IKNT (r bfrn'ite nude by nn oi.tlrely itlrTcront iirni ihh DriMnoi fiinii'li la unlike anjr other, boltur and unu-thlra tuut tor 10 cent. DOCTOH BUXTON. Specialist i'.yi:, i:aii niisi: ami TimoAT Oklahoma City. In i.flW nil iIhjm In tin. wii-lt. If mu mint vmir Htii. mul Hun trintil or Hiiii-tiirlfa lllli'l rlKlit. k tu I)l(. JOHN I,. .SHOUT Okliiiinnm Clljr lyVWfS Hiihip Imlmtry Sliliw fiulalt rMfcwifl TenM, Awnlnrf. bows, CajifiSSj Wi.ton Covers & tiiul UciHriil Chiivu uii'l Ilulilx-r Owil. Mail oiilriK itlvi-n prompt Hltiiiiil'in Out uur prlrm. ( WhoWnlu mill retnil OKIAHOMA DUCK & RUBBER COMPANY U.i I r-t ht C KI.AIIOMA CITY, O. T. ARCIHICCTURAL IRON WORK COLUMNS. SIM.N, UCNTALS, HKAMS, KTO. Send us your Ki'ccillcations, N. S. SHERMAN MACHINEHY CO. Oklahoma City, Oklu. "RANCH KIKC" STOCK RADDLES. Voltd ' II., t" at fattlrrunn a Conrf Dtlon CATALOG AND WATCH JTOII KHKl. R. O. tlODbON hAUDI.GllV CO., lJnllua, loiu. SLICKERS? owe?:9 WHY fwa& COURSE! THE ...

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 May 1902

K SENATOR M'MILLAN'S TINE PUG DOQ 1IU Alts-mis lleeentlons nnil i:M"orls Grandchild to nnil frnui Seliool. A pug dog hns board anil lodging In Senator McMillan's stable and he has every qualification to warrant his as sociation on equal terms w"tth the thor oughbred horses that take the Michi gan senator to the capltol every morn ing. Indeed, the pug dog, whose name Is Piper, far outclasses the thorough breds socially, because he has made himself a welcome, visitor and great In the senator's Vermont avenue house, and Piper would be humiliated It n reception were held at which he was not present. On such occasions he takes his place on a mat In the hall and no visitor escapes his keen, ob serving eye. Piper's knowledge of af fairs often surprises even those who have the highest regard for his Intel ligence. One of Senator McMillan's grand children, who lives In the house, goes out to school every morning, and Pi per never fails to be present In the hall leadv to accompany her on time...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 13 May 1902

cANADARKO DEMOCRAT. SHAW & ULANKENSHIP, Publishers. PHESTON P. SHAW, - Editor. L. D. BLANKENSHIP. MnnnKor, suiisciurrio.s hatks daily. One yoir In ilvunco - 41.00 Six months In mlvunce J2.00 Three months In mlviiiico $1.00 WBCKL.Y l'UIII.HHKD EVKHY THUKS DAY. OneYeur 1.00 Six Months to Thrco Months -.r Arlvertlslnij rates mutlu known on jjiplicatlon.' Entered at tho postolllco ut Ana darko, Oklahoma, hb second-class mall innt let. Anadauko, Okla..May 13, 1002. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. VOIl CONGIIKSS WM. M. CKOSS. -.. ANNOUNCEMENTS ... KOU l'UOHATi: JUDOI2 Vonlo V. Ilurdoustlo announces his iindlducy for tho nomination of Pro bate JUUtfo oi uadtio county suiijcci, io tho notion or tho iJetnoenuic conven tion June 0th. kou siiuuirr. We nro nuthorled to announce J. G. Gallnirhor, of Anadurko, ns u candidate for riharlir of Caddo County, subject to tho action of tho Democrat convention, June U. Wo arc authorized to announce Ij. C. Gardner, of Aundnrko, a candidate for the nomination of Sh...

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 May 1902

'B frM'&& L Coal, Hour, feed and grain "f LOCAL NEWS. Clias Tinno went to llobart yes terday. Attorney Tlieo Pructt is expected home tomorrow. Joe Conley went to llobart yes terday on businetts. Go to Silver Moon Restaurant on C street for square meals. lOltf Go to F. J. Callahan for your screen wire and screen doors. 204U2 Homestead to trade for town lot. J I, Bvrne & Co lVVtf "Window shades 1C cents. Ana tlarko Furniture Co. 102tf Bread is cheap. Ingram & Hoff man 6cll bread 2 and 4 cents a loaf. Closing out sale at Miss Cassidys millinery emporium. 20710 Dainty confeetionarics and a full line of choice fruits at Earhearts place on C street. 185tf Judge W. I. Mathcny left for El ltcno this morning, where impor tant business called him. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sutter were in Apache Sunday as the guests of Mulberry McVicker and wife. Special ten days salo at reduced prices, of .all kinds of millinery at Miss Cassidy's. Il)8tl0 "W. P. lieeds son, living six mile west of th...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 13 May 1902

Anadarko Democrat I'KILSTON V. SHAW. ANADARKO, OKLAHOMA. TiaiHITOItlAI. I'AKAOltArilS Mnrlilo hns boon discovered In Wash ita county near Mountain Vlow. Natural gas in u well was responsible for two ilualliN near Lnwhin recently. Hlrnm Ponrot, aged ' yearn wns drowned while trying to cross Blue river near Caddo, I. T. A UiJrfy.threo-pound wildcat wbh '"-tl after a six-hours' chase on Deo Creek west of Ktlmtintl. Pnnl F. Mnckny, of Grunt enmity, O. T., Iuih been iii.ointed u copyist in tho navy department. It is estimated that 00 or cent of tho wheat in Dicks township, Woods coun ty, litis been plowed under. Oklahoma city is preparing to give tho territorial fire association u grout tJnm at tliolr meeting next month. There arc fifteen men on tho Okla homa City police. They are all big fol lows, tho nvorngo weight being 18'J pounds. .Tncoli Knight, a prominent Creek, iviih shot and killed by one of his farm IuuiiIh Monday near Arbeka, in a tlis pnto over wogos. O. M. Strong, tho weath...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 13 May 1902

.. . y a :h in 18. ad x- .'8 od in- ty 13 e ,'ht tlie at ;m ora in ion rri- tin tnin y n tho v in niuyj wns ving thnt ' tho will ocks. brat y at lding loing rerxi-usko- JOPLIN CYCLONE The Missouri Town Visftod by a Foarful Tornado FEV PEOPLE KILLED, BUT MAHY INJURED The Awful Storm Cnnui With No Warn ing of Its Approach l'lfty Houses Wrelcrt l'ropety Loss Large, Intimat ed at $300,000 Jopliv, Mo. : Tliis city wns visited ou Fridny tho Sfltli, by tho most destruc tive storm In Its history. Four fatali ties nro reported nnd ninny persons injured. Twenty-ono residences nro wrecked nnd several in tlio snrburbs of Moonshiun Hill ana Villn Heights wcro demolished. A conservative ostimnto places the loss of property at $300,000. More or less damugu resulted through out western Missouri from tho wind Patorm. A lnrgo smoko stack of tho 'state iusano asylum Ko. 8, crashed through tho roof of the main building, doing several hundred dollars worth of damage but no ono wns hurt. In Nova da. and ...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 13 May 1902

CHURCH DIRECTORY. F1KST HniitlKt Churi'ti of Aniu1ni.o Lot 6 1 hoc it r7, Miiinuncnis lllltlo Hi'hool .Sumlny nt 10 n in I'rcnchltiir II n in. I'rcnehlnit " 7.!Wp in. Younif People' Mcctiuar nt 7. fU. in l'rftjorMcciluirThiinilny nt7.:li m. I,. M. Hour. I'ustor. Till: Conirrcicntlmml Church o( Annrtnrlco. Onlcrof Hcrvlciw. Sunriiiy Sulioul nt 10 n. in. l'rnu'hlnir nt II ii. m nml T'30 i. ra. C K. Mi-etlnir nt (V.H p. in. l'riijcrMeollnit Thursiliiy iit'raop. m. J. V. Mo its. Pastor. . rillST ClirNllmi Churoli, corner Bill and Jlimmlury Street. Sumlny School nt 10 n. in Preuohlnr ut II n. in nr17::M) i. in. Prnjcr.Mccllnif Thursday iit7'30 EPISCOt'AI, Church. Kerlccs every Sun day nftcr iifternoim ul the rliiiitlnl church ut 4 30. sumlny school ill 3 no. Wkigiit, Hector. . FIRST M. 11 chureh:-- Sumlny School 1(1-11 n in. Prenchlnir lino, clnss Meeting 1112 n m. Kliworth I.cukuc ut ri 3D p. m, l'renchlnit ul chxe of Lcutrtie mectlnif Prayer Jlectlnir Thunnliijfi ul 7W)p in W. Km.i.k.i...

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 May 1902

Anadarko Daily Democrat VOI j. 1. ANADARKO, ('ADIH) CO., 01C1.A., JIAY II, 1002. NO. 2UV). & $ S$? 9? 9$? S$? ? ?&? 9$? 9ft? 9ft? r S$? ?8? S? ' A $35,000 HOTEL IS NOW A SURE THING. JIL ?? $?$?$? 4?4?ft?4? Dress Goods. Mr. J. J. I'wing, formerly of tho Dress Goods Depart ment of Kite, Stoy & Co. St. Louis, has now charge In our Dress G001I3 Department. In him we place a thoroughly experienced dress goods man to tho service of tho ladles of Anadurko. He will be pleased to show you what we have in dress goods. s Scotch Lawn 5 to 15c Egyption Tissues 25 to 33c Mercerized and Silk Pordard 22, 30 and 35c Silk mixed Ginghams 25 to 35 Point Swisso 20 to 25c Pino Dimities 8, 10, 12 to 18c The latest in wash silk 50c to 81.00 And hundreds of other fabrics which we cannot mention & Anything which we should not have In stock we will always be pleased to order samples for your consideration. CRAWFORD, SmhuIXo 3zte Will be open for business in their new brick building on B St. ne...

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 May 1902

"jwi t- -- '"'"'"BMHHiHHHliilHHHHIIIIH Anadorko Daily Democrat l'KICSION KIIAW. ANADAKKO, OKLAHOMA. A l,ol l.ltoilrnttnt, SJInco Second Lieutenant Paul D. Stockly, Twenty-firm Infantry, illsap penred in a Philippine forest, on .Inn. 12, 1901, nothing hns been licunt fim liifii. Tlic war department hns rontl.i tied Ills name on the army icglster, but linn now decided to drop It short ly. Hail not n block In the promotion of second llciitenanth occurred It Is Milil that Stockly's name would havo been dropped befoin this; at present It Ih l.'o. 14 on the list. Vrrtiinnlm In the L'alilnet. Vermont has had lens tnan Its pro portionate bliiiic of repiesentntlon In the cabinet. In ISO Jacob 'Collamcr of Vermont wag for one year ixistmas-ti-r general, and In the Mnrrlson nd mliilrtratlon, fiom liSU to lSSH, Rcd llcln Proctor, now one of the Vermont senators, wns cecietary of war. Thcho nro the two cases In which Veunont has received iccognltion In the cabi net. Now VorK Sun. A Country of (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. — 14 May 1902

K it F aarsTEisr, Tfaaa So$aom ew ucoa teazrn wu & pumaiczs MattyJfaassBSf w&v&m Picturesque and mysterious In Its lonely grandeur stands what Is lett of the town of Allaire, In Monmouth county, New Jersey, which, In the ear ly days of the last century, was the most Important Industrial center of tho state. It is known today as "tho Deserted Village, ' and as such It Is the inccca A TYPICAL RESIDKNOE. ot the guests at the seaside resorts, who love to ponder over tho secrets of Its past and the mystery of Its future, says the New York Press. Tho town, or, more properly speaking, what Is left of It In tho shape of dwellings and ruins, for It has not all gone to decay, Is located on the line of the Freehold & Jamehburg branch of the Pennsylvania railroad, thirteen miles south of Freehold and six miles we3t from Sea Girt. Among the crumbling houses lives tho owner of the land, son of the man who founded the colony nnd made a fortune there. Whether ho has any dreams of re...

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 May 1902

cANADARKO DEMOCRAT. SiLtW fie BLANKENSHIP, Publiihm. PRESTON P. SHAW, t. D. BLANKENSHIP. Editor. MannKor, sunscmi'TioN' hates daily. One yo.ir In advanco - - $4.00 Six months in uilvaneo $2.00 Throe months In iidvuiico $1.00 , 1WLUICL.Y l'UIILHIIKl) KVKKY THUItS DAY. 'One Year l-00 3lx Month CO ' 'TUype Months "5 AjfrertUlntf rates made known on jpplfcutlon." Kntercil AC tho postolllco at Ana tfnrko, Oklahoma, as second-class mall matter. .Akaiuiiko, Okla..May 14, 1002. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. TOU CONOUKSS WM. M. CPvOSS. . ..ANNOUNCEMENTS... Toil I'ltOHATK .iudoi: YercTo V. Ilardeastlo announces his .-aiulWlncy for the nomination of l'ro hattt Judgo of Caddo county subject to the tuition of tho Democratic eonven nfun June Oth. FOIt SltUItlFP. We two authorized to announco.T. G. OallnKher, of Anadarko, us a candidate lor Shertir of Caddo County, subject to the action of the Democrat convention, Juno 0. Wo tiro authorized to announces L. C. (Jardnor, of Anadarko, a candidate lor the nomina...

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 May 1902

V & I k r ! 1 X LOCAL NEWS. Mrs. M. EkucHs is quite ill. Go to Silver Moonliestaurant on C street for square meals. lOltf Kugeno Fitch ofLawton is in the city on business today. Go to 1". J. Callahan for your iscrecn wire ami screen doors. 204U2 Homestead to trade for town Uot. J L Byrne & Co lV7tf Window shades 15 cents. Ana .darko Furniture Co. 102tf Bread is cheap. Ingram &iIoff man sell bread 2 and 4 cents a loaf. Closing out salu at Miss Casjidy millinery emporium. 20,7.10 Dainty confeotionarica and a. Call lino of choice fruits at, ia.rh,rts place on C street. 18MI Brick hounp pn U" street for sale, JSnquJro of J. L- Byrno & Co 185tf "Buy bread from Ingram .t Holt man. Scents and 4 cents a loaf. 105tf Bread is now 2 and 4 cents a loaf at Ingram & lIolIman'H. 105tf - A. J. Harman of Apaclc was in fthe city on business today returning ilh is afternoon to his home. Troops A and B of the 8tki Rival jry from El Reno will pas through ?bcre today or tomorrow vJiro...

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 May 1902

THREE AMERICAN DUCHESSES ATTEND AN ELABORATE DINNER IN THEIR HONOR AT PARIS Tlio IJaroness Von Andrcss, sister-in-law to Chaunccy M. Depew, gave the moat elaborate dlniier of the sea sou In honor of tlirce American duch esses. No other hostess In the Amer ican colony has ever succeeded in get ting these, three together. There were the Duchess tie la Hochc faucauld, nee Miss Mattlc Mitchell; the Duchess of Manchester and the Ditch- lrmiil Itecnrd of u Nr-jjro School. Of the llfty colored boys who were Rrnduated from the Richmond Color ed High School in the decade 187:1-83, twelve Imvo died. At the time of lea th one was a contractor, one was a professor of ancient languages in n college, three were po3tal clerks, and others, respectively, were nn Internal revenue collector, a candymaker and a preacher. Of the thirty-eight still nllvo thirteen are teachers, three are lawyers, two are doctors, two nre jour nalists, five uro postal clerks, one Is u civil engineer, one la a clerk, two ar...

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 May 1902

Judge Blackenham's BY JAMES NOEL JOHNSON. (Copyright, 1902. by Dally Story Pub. C I have been spending a bit of the torrid Benson with my friend Judge Thomas Marshall Blackenham of Ty gart Creek, Kentucky. After dinner to-day the Judge led the way to tho broad veranda. The Judge ponderously seated himself In u shriek ing rustic rocklng-chnir, threw his fat right leg across the left, pushed backward and rested a chunky list (that held the handle of a palm leaf) on the center of his protuberant girth. Soon through the heated silence came tho Imperious voice of Mrs. Blackenham: "Do all that over again, my lady! I paw you souse a plate In tho water, turn It over a time or two, give It a elap and n swipe with the drying rag and dismiss It. Do It all over again." "That's tough on Llllle, hot as it Is, but there Is no help for It," spoke the Judge In smiling sympathy; "her mother would never nbato one Jot or tittle of her stringent housewifery ex nctlons." "What a wonderfully lucky man you...

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 May 1902

CHURCH DIRECTORY. FIRST llaitlil Church of AnmlnrUo, Lot 5 llloelt f? Appointments lllliln School Kuntlii) at 10 n m l'reiiclilnir II m I'rcnchlntf " ":Wi. in. Yiiiidk People' Meetluir t T.( p. m. I'rnj or Mfotluit Tliurwlny nt 7:3o 1 tn. I M. IIoi.t, l'uRtor. Till: ConitroKnllonnl Church of Annilsirlto, Oitlcr of Survlcen. Sumliiv School nt 10 n. m 1'ioiichliitr nl II n. in. nuil 7 ;30 t. m. I' I' Mi'oUnif ntMOii. ni. lrajur JIuotltiK'niutwliir nt ".SO p. m, .1 W. Motm, I'uslor. . KlltST Chrlmlnn Clmroh, eoruor th nml Itoumliiry Street. ' Sunday School nt 10 n. in. I'rcnchlnir nt II u. m nrnl7:nn l m. l'mi or Moating Thuixliiy t7 30 ' EPISCOPAL Church Service every Sun day nftcr afternoon nt the rlaptMchuich nt 130. Suniln) Souoolntsao WiiiiiiiT. Itoetur. V FIRST Jl. K church- - Sunilny School HI II it in. J'renchllur ntnl clum Mectlntf 1112 a la. Kpttorlli I.UHKIIO all! nop- in. 1'renclilnK ill olexe of Leniruc meeting I'rujer McctliiK ThumtlurM at 7 no p. in. W. Kri.l.Kit. l'nito...

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 May 1902

Anadarko Daily Democrat. i VOL. 1. ANADARKO, CAIr0 CO., OKI.. A., MAY 15, 1002. NO. 210. A 3 y ir "$? ?8? ?8? $? $? $? $? FAIR I The ??i f 4? Dress Goods, Mr. J. J. ICwing, formerly of tlio Dress Goods Depart ment of Rice, Stoj & Co. St. Louis, has now charge la our Dress Goods Department. In him we place a thoroughly experienced dress goods mun to the service of the ladies of Anadarko. Ho willbo pleased to show you what we have in dress goods. Scotch Lawn 5 to 15c Egyption Tissues 25 to 35c Mercerized and Silk Fordard 22, 30 and 35c Silk mixed Ginghams 25 to35 Point Swisso 20 to 25c Flno Dimltie3 8, 10, 121 to 18c The latest in wash silk 50c to 81.00 And hundreds of other fabrics which we cannot mention A Zed Anvthlnirwhinh wnfihnnlfl nnt. i It n rt f n nlnilp in -! 1 I nlii.Aitn nuc 111 Dnjun u win mvtujs bo pleased to order samples for your consideration. V CRAWFORD, Will be open for business in their new brick building on BSt. next to the Fair, on or before May 10th, with a ...

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 May 1902

Anadarko Daily Democrat FRANK R. STOCKTON, FAA10US AA1ERICAN NOVELIST, WHO RECENTLY DIED IN WASHINGTON I'llKSrON 1. MIAW. ANADAUKO, OKLAHOMA. r m V". Prince Henry has boon arrested for "scorching" oil tho footpath. Hoch! Kvcn Bolglau bayonets giro King Leopold's throne lather wubbly sup port. What kind of a finish does tho czar of Russle expect If he refuses to take a hint? Now England 1b to hnve a bread trust, but tho dew and the air are still uncorncrcd. Leopold of llolglum enjoys tho dis tinction of being the first monarch to he mobbed In an automobile. It may be counted a hopeful sign to find the battle ships Kentucky and Rainbow In the same squadron. King Christian of Denmark is 84 years old, nnd has reasonable hopes of being able to die a natural death. Mark Twain has bought a $50,000 house and W. D. Howells a $30,000 one. drub street Is not what it used to be. Now that tho circus season has opened tho college dudo has a chanco to lfcorn something from tho educated seals. Mr. ...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
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