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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 15 May 1902

: i i y b . th i eafl ns '101J 3, esej n s a Pi )f yJt th. ' for 1 ctf Gng a so! lod the aout ler ; boi iilng atte or 1st. :3t 10 n An erm: CMLUeKY HT 6HRDS0 ' (Copyright. 1901. by They were coming homo from a card party and, with the exception of Don elson, were a rather silent trio. Pro gressive euchre had beon the game; Donelson had carried off first prize and was mildly Jubilant; or, as Morton Bald, aggressively cheerful. It was a cold night; the snow lay deep and only a narrow footpath ran Irregularly along the sidewalk. Tho last car had passed some time before nnd they wero walking In slnglo fllo to keep out of tho drifts. Donelson had assumed tho lead, and Morton followed Mlas Wilson, who carried on a desultory conversation fore and aft. "How long will you be In town this time, Edlth7" Donelson asked. "I am going back to-morrow; Just as I wao having the best of times." "The time of your life?" "Well, one of them. But I received a letter from home this morning and simply must ...

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. — 15 May 1902

WPfSCWUW'rt'WSCTTX O -"- ANADARKO democrat. SHAW & BLANKENSH1P, Publiihtn. PRESTON P. SHAW, L. D. BLANKENSHIP. . Editor. ManaKor, SUIISOKIITION UATKS DAILY. One yoirin ndvnnco - - 14.00 Six months In udvanco - - 92.00 Three months In advunco $1.00 WEUICLY I'UHLISlIRD UVUUY THUKS- DAY. OnoYcnr l-00 Six Months SO Throe Months 25 Advertising rates made known on application. Entered nt the postolllco at Ana dnrko. OklaUoinn, as becond-clnss mall matter. Anadahko, Okla..May 1C, 1002 DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOIl CONOIIKSS WM, M. CROSS. ... ANNOUNCEMENTS ... rou l'uoiiATi: judoi: Vevdo V. Ilurdcastlo nunounccs his cundldncy for tho nomination of Pro bnto Judge of Caddo county subjoct to the action of tho Democratic conven tion Juno 0th. FOn SIIEIIIFF. Wo nro authorized to unnounco J. Q. Gallagher, of Anndarko, as a candidate for Shorlil of Caddo County, subject to the notion of tho Democrat convention, June 0. Wo nro authorized to nnnounco L, C. Gardner, of Anadarko, aenndtdato for tho nomi...

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. — 15 May 1902

! LOCAL NEWS. Tho Douhlaa special at Earhcarts on 0 Btreet. 2l0tf Earhcart carries a fine lino of fruits and confectionery on C St. Go to Silver Moon Restaurant on C street for square meals. lOltf Go to F. J. Callaban for your eorcen wire and screen doors. 204tl2 Homestead to trade or town lot. J L Bvrno & Co 177tf Window sbades 15 cents. Ana darko Furnituro Co. 102tf Coal, flour, feed Leach it Peacock. and grain- a tf Bread is cheap. Ingram & Hoff man sell bread 2 and 4 cents a loaf. Closing out sale at Miss Cassidys millinery emporium. 20710 Itcverencd Tabor will preach next .Suiidav mornimr and eveninc at .the Christian church. Dainty confcctionarics and a full diuc of ohoico fruits at Earhcarts place on C street. 185tf Brick house on (iB" street-for sale. Enquire of J. L. Byrne & Co 180tf Buy bread from Ingram & Hoff man. 2cents and 4 cents a loaf. 195tf For fresh vegetables and game call at Palace Meat Market. 20St2 Grand closing out salo at Miss Cassidys. Great...

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. — 15 May 1902

l WllT IT IS TIIK llMT It bemuse mmlo by nn o illrely different utin i Defiance Htarcli li unlike any otlur better uud ono-lulrl more (or U rcnli. DOCTOR DUXTON. Snualallat v i:, i:aii nhsi: ami imtoAT Oklahoma City. In oOVc nil cln)H In the wwU If )im nnnl your Kyi nud Mure tri'utwl or iitvtiH-lin llttnl lluht, K) to I)IC. JOHN I,. .-tllultT.oniiilKinm Oily. lloinn Industry HlilM Quisle Tenti, Awntrift', Down, "WoKon Covers & uutl (linurut I'mtvus mid ItnlilxT (loo Is. Mull I'lileri ffivi-n iiromtil Htti-uiloii (let our prion. iWlio.w-iili1 Mid retail OKLAHOMA DUCK & RUBBER COMPANY I ' . 1 rlht OKLAHOMA 1 1TY, O. T. ARCI HI CCTURAL IRON WORK columns, sills, li:ntals, bi:ams, kto. f-Yml um your Ri'cciflciitions. N. S. SHERMAN MACHINEHY CO. Oklahoma City. Oklu. 'RANCH KINC" STOCK RADDLES. VoUd 1101' ( Cal'letiiiMi Conv.nlloo OAT A I. (HI AND WATCH FOH KltHi. 15. O. DOII.ION hADDI.KUV (,()., llallua, loiu. SLICKERS? WHY &g8. ? OF fitWl& COURSE THE STANPAED BRAND OF WAT...

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. — 15 May 1902

r ( 1 MARK TWAIN AND HIS "ENGINE" Onlqll Method of l'ropiilitan on til MlinliOppI lllror. Captain Thomas Blxby. uniler whom Sbtiiuel U Clemens Mark Twain served as pilot and engineer on the old Mississippi river boat Swallow, has given In a New Orleans paper the following description of the engine of tho Swallow: "The craft was a little, shaky af alr, which piled between St. Louis and Cnlro. H had a stern wheel, a place for freight and passengers, a pilot house and a place on what may be called the pilot deck for the en gine. "That 'engine went aboard when It was needed, and only then. It burned no wood or coal, but ato a powerful sight of grass. It was a largo gray mule named Jerry, which worked n treadmill that propelled the boat. Samuel Clemen'3 was chief engineer and pilot. . "Ho had a system of signals which was effective and Ingenious. By pull Ing a cord he could raise a head of 'cabbage Just out of reach of the mule. The 'engine' would start and begin to walk after It, and th...

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. — 15 May 1902

uJJJMHiii''Wii WKtl'KimBX.it. VjwJ in IS MOMENTUS DECISION. Continued from page 1. Jn tin- gang Mint killed Frank Smith, After u desperate chase of 728 miles tlicy left SwolTnrd iletul on tho battle , Held H8 a grim warning that outlaws could not Invade Caddo county mid kill our citizens without fear of punish incut. Ho hag travuld 1770uillcs hi IiIh earn est effort to capture or kill the loader of tho gang who terrorized this county, tho notodioim Hurt Casey, and now under tho lawH passed by a Ropubll- cmi legislature and Interpreted by a carpet bag attorney genoral, his only reward for keeping on tholr truckH like a ffrlm nemesis 1m tho body of one and a reward In the remote event of tho eupturo of tho other. Under such a decision there In no Incentive ; for a HhorllT to proseouto tho search for .criminals or tho detection of crlmo. Under such a decision every hhcrlll In Oklahoma wfll be compelled to reslBii from otllco for lack of funds to conduct, It. Under such a decision, ever...

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. — 16 May 1902

Anadarko Daily emocrat ft V( )I. ANADARKO, (WDDO CO., OKJY., MAY 10,1002. ! NO. 21 J. ?8? 5? & $? $? $? $? The FAIR I f s t ?S? S$? 8? Dress floods. Mr. J. J. EwiiijTi formerly of tlio Dross Goods Depart ment of nice, Stoj A; Co. St. Louis, has tun: -cliurtfo li) our Dress Gooils Department. In him wo plaoc u thoroughly experienced dress goods man to the service of the Indies of Anadarko. Ho will bo pleased to show vou what we liave in dress poods. s Scotch Lawn 5 to 15c lCgyption Tissues 2.5 to 3.c Mercerized and Silk Fowlard 22, 30 and 35c Silk mixed Ginghams 25 to 35 Point Swisso 20 to 25c Fine Dimities 8, 10, 12J to 18c The latest in wash silk 50c to 81.00 And hundreds of other fabrics which we cannot mention s Anything which wo should not have in stock wo will always be pleased to ordor samples for your consideration. CRAWFORD, . , Will be open for business in their new brick building on B St. next to the Fair, on or before May 10th, with a new and complete stock of Staiplo...

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. — 16 May 1902

Anadarko Daily Democrat 'HUM ON !. SHAW. ANADAUKO, OKLAHOMA. Grcnt Britain still has friends with Inoncy to lend. Fiddler Kubellk hns nrrlvcd In Eu tope and Ih giving tits lips a well-earned rest. To further their soraplilc Ideals tho Belgian socialists have purchased 17, 000 revolvers. If the pi Ice of meat continues to ad vance the vegetarian doctrine la sure to prove very popular. That Detroit man who has twclvo adopted children may aspire to bo tho foster father of Ills country. "America Is good enough for me," wild J. I'lerpont Morgan. This looks us If he meant to hold on to It. John L. Sullivan says he would not trade appetites with John D. Rocke feller. Nor thirsts, either, probably. And what makes you ten times mad der Is that tho beef gets tougher In tho same proportion that the pi Ices does. King Leopold might drop around to the Junk dealeis and see what tliey ne paying tills year for second-hand crowns. "In South Africa," saya an exchange, "pence has begun to cast Its sha...

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. — 16 May 1902

i Dotvn the 'Beautiful A very Inconsiderate thing to do, It may have been, to take the Columbia river unawares, so to speak, and make the trip that the tourist takes In summer at such an unseasonable time ii iih inc muiiui ui .Hiircn, lor at uiai t- time she makes no Ituunatlon that she I Is prepared to receive visitors. i However, the trip by boat from I Portland, Oregon, to the Dalles, and back to Portland, then down stream to Astoria, developed the fact that an out-of-season trip on the magnificent Columbia Is quite as full of Interest and pleasure as during the season. So well proportioned In stream and mountain, stately fir, rock and boulder that It Is sometimes neces sary to resort to figures as to the height, width, depth and volume of things to acquire an appropriate Idea of their vastness. ,W At times the mountains rise sheer j out of the wnter and grow dimmer nd more dim In the mists till they seem mere phantom mountains tow ering above ragged crags, and again they slope e...

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. — 16 May 1902

" 'tpfo'-Xl I l"" ""' V ' m I m1 II tat' tf. US- cANADARKO DEMOCRAT. SHAW & ULANK.KNSHtr Publishers. PRESTON P. SHAW. L. a. ULANKENSHII'. - Editor. Mnnnuor, SsUliSUItllTION UATIJS HAIt.Y. One your In nilvunco - - 81.00 Six months In mlvunco - - t".W Threo months In ndvunco 41.00 WUHKr.Y l'UIIUSUKl) KVI'.ltY THUItS IMY. One Year l-00 Six Months GO Thii.n Months - Advertising rates mailo known on application. Entered lit tho postollluo at Anu dnrko, Oklahoma, ns sccond-chiss mail matter. Anadakko, Oki.a..May '0 1002, DEMOCRATIC TICKET. I on CONUIIKSK VM. M. C'UOSS. ... ANNOUNCEMENTS ... J-OIl I'HOIIATi: JUUtiU Vertlo V. tlurdoiistlo announcos his jtiudiduoy for tho nomination of Pro bata JudtfO of Caddo euuntj subjeot to tho action of tho Democratic conven tion Juno 0th. roil siiinurr. Wo aro authorized to annonncoJ. O. (jiilluirlioi', of Anadarko, as acandidatc for Shorlll of Caddo Count, subject to the action of tho Democrat convention, June 0. We aro authorized to announce L. l...

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. — 16 May 1902

'fay? WW W '3C"5P W WW LOCAL NEWS. M'ihscs Young .iinl Acton inil the Domocrot a pleasant istt today. The Douglas special at Karhearts on C street. 21011 A great closing out pale is now on of the Jonn Craig stock. 21 112 Karheart carries a fine line of fruits and confectionery on C St. Wanted A man to break land near town. Enquire at this olliee. Go to Silver Moon Restaurant on C street for square meals. lttltf Go to F. .1. Callahan for your Moreen wire and screen doors. 204 tl 2 Window shades 15 cents. Ana darko Furniture Co. 102tf Bread is cheap. Ingram & Hoff man sell bread 2 and 1 cents a loaf. Closing out sale at Miss Cassidys millinery emporium. 207t0 Dainty confectionaries and a full line of choice fruits at Earhcarts place on C. street. 185tf Buy bread from Ingram & Hoff man. Scents and 4 cents a loaf. IDStf K. N. McConnell of Oklahoma City has bought the Craig Mercan tile Stock and is now offering it for sale regardless of cost. 21H2 Bread is now 2 and 4 cents a loa...

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. — 16 May 1902

1-VV " Mt! -tT-T nmm.wivtitK .tc Tngnr Ii'iBU'i 1MJHfB f SCHLEY'S CHAMPION Vrfi Gen. Felix Agnus, owner of tho Dal 1mre American, turn long been regard id lis i flno typo of tho polished, vcr mtlle ,nd coitrngcous Journalist. To lie iblo to count him im n friend and sup toiler Ih the good fortunu of any num. 1'hls hiiH hc(!ti demonstrated during tho Schley-Sampson conttovcioy and tho nan who stood on tho Uiooklyn's Jildgo during tho hattlo of Snutlngo im lenson to congratulate himself that Vgnus Ih among IiIh champions. Tho Detroit Freo Press prints a story lliwtratlng tho valno to Schley of Ag Jiis" friendship. It says- "When tho lrnt attack hud hecn tnado on Admiral 3chlcy nml tho matter had got Into ingress, (Jen. Agnus began work. Practically his whole forco of reporters, :orrespondonts and editors wero em ployed to learn things about Sampson. Next tho general prepared an extra 18 pago edition of his paper, but only ouo ropy of It was ptlutod. It was all de- QKN. FELIX AONUS. TH...

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. — 16 May 1902

WOULD OF SCIENCE. RECENT DISCOVERIES AND INVEN TIONS OF IMPORTANCE. I'encll Blinrpener That I Operated LIUo (Shear l)rlcci to Keep I'cn In I'otltlno Liquid Cushion for In rnndeicent 4ia Mantlet. Keepi the I'eii In Poaltlnn. Some time ago a device for main taining the hand and pen In correct position whllo writing was nliown. The curved spring which provided the support was attached to a weight rest ing on the desk, necessitating the use of a heavy body to afford a BUffl'clcnt Ptcadlnesa to aid the writer. . As It was entirely Independent of the writer Steadies the Writer' Hand. It did not insure a correct position ot the body relative to the pen, and the tvrlter was not compelled to sit so as to produce the best results. Kred Rench of Colton, Cal believes that the attachment that he has just designed for this work Is an Improve ment over the former Invention, as It Is secured to the body and projects outward at the proper angle to main tain the pen in a light relation to the paper. ...

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. — 16 May 1902

? !' -4 CHURCH DIRECTORY. riHST HmilWl Church of Annrtorko, Lot t Illook fit Appointment Illiili school Sunrtdj m ion in riunclilnir II id. VrenoMuit " Tn ni. Yowl IVortle'n Mrollnir at Hfl l. m Prnicr Meeting Thursday at 7:80 1 in I. M Hoir. 1'nHtur. V TUP. Conureinitlomil L'huruh of Amulnrku Onlrr of Sen Ires Mimlus School ut 10 n m. Preaching ut II n in nml 1 "W l ru a i; Mcetdikr ut u p. in. 1'rnj cr Meeting 'Ilmrwlny l T'M )i. in, .1 W. Moats. Pintor. . FIHST Christian Church, corner Mil unci lloumlnry Streets. Humliu School ill 10 n tn. 1'rcnchlnir ut II a m umla0i in. Prucr Meeting Thursiln) nl7:.T0 . XPISCOPAI. Church Services ccry Sun fliiy niter afternoon nt the riniitlht chuich at 4 SO. Sunday School nt . I Ml. WmaiiT. Hector. V rmST M 1". church - Suniln) School loll n in. Preaching nml class Meeting 11 U u in. Kpworth League at u fln i in. Prcuchlng at close of I.eugua meeting. l'ru)cr Mecllnic Thursilajmit 1 M p m W. Kn.l.Kii, Pastor. M i: Church South J I. Hkm-oN I'.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. — 17 May 1902

-3W4' Anadarko DaJly Democrat vol.,. i. ANADARKO, CADIX) CX)., OKI,A., MAY 17, 15)02. NO. 212. 1g w r'p.'lJWv"iWIfPfTOHBWB 5 A ' b ! ?J? ?8? 4? The FAIR 4? sft? ?$? 9? . 9ft? 9ft? 9ft? 9ft? Dress Goods. Mr. J. J. Kwlng, formerly of tho Dross Goods Depart ment of IUce, Stoy & Co. St. Louis, has now charge In our Dross Goods Department, In him wo place a thoroughly experienced dress poods man to tho servico of tho ladles of Anadarko. lie wlllbe pleused to show you what we have in dress goods. e Scotch Lawn 5 to 15c Egyption Tissues 25 to 35c Mercerized and Silk Fordard 22, 30 and 35c Silk mixed Ginghams 25 tolW Point Swisso 20 to 25c Fino Dimities 8, 10, 12J to 18c Tho latest in wash silk COc to $1.00 And hundreds of other fabrics which wo cannot mention Anything which woshould not have In stock we will always bo 'pleased to order samples for your consideration. Jffie$fcu CRAWFORD, Will be open for business in their new brick building on B St. next to the Fair, on or before May 10...

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. — 17 May 1902

J The merry game of hurdle-hopping, with tli accompanying chorus of ' lliitton, button, who's got the play er'" goes on apace, and no manager now kuowB who may or may not bo playing for him. With the playing reason ulmoHt open, It was supposed that every team was made up, that every manager had IiIh men well In hand, and that there could he no moro lightning change acts. Then, jtiHt as thu fans had Hcttlcd down to llgurlng out how the teams should stand, the map began to change. Jimmy Sheck aid took a hcudcr over Into the Balti more camp, leaving Ned llaulon com pletely up In thu air, and his Brook lyn team utterly crippled. Next came news that Gene Domonticvlllo wanted to hop, hut was icstralned by a liberal plaster of shekels. Tlion Jay Hughes, the California plUher, who was with Brooklyn and was counted on as ft regular member of the twirling staff, Hew down to Baltimore, and made still another crnck In the bouse of Hanlou. Tbcro was a huge hubbub. U.n John son Bald tho contracts...

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. — 17 May 1902

T PRINCE ALBERT. HEIR TO BELGIAN THRONE, WHO RE- UULtU I V LLSm ? a 1 Vw 1 Vl UJ'alvJwM n b sck dm n T3A ' riv ji u mnu vi trsj rw ftar rssm o 'I? f 1 r p -v.v 4 w $ i l V Fettartne a Wo ma n't Heart. A lady of great talent was left a widow by her late husband. In addi tion to this lie left her $40,000 a year. Hut there was a condition attached. A string with a weight fastened to It dangled behind this goodly sum. If she married again vher Income was cut off cut off InBtantef. It was hard. It was very hard. But Love laughs at restrictions. He laughs at conditions. What's lucre to the blind boy? Paltry dross. I So the lady fell In love. Her love, "- . I C.l ...I !. 1 whh I eiuriicu. oii itiiuiuuti uie ivuurr nnd the engagement was announced. What was a paltry $40,000 a year to this new-found passion? Foolish husband, thus to fancy that he had bound the lady for life. Hut wait! Hold on. The lady has reconsidered her (sacrifice and will hang on to her $40,000. And when you come to thin...

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. — 17 May 1902

cANADARKO DEMOCRAT. SHAW & BLANKENSHIP, Publishers. PRESTON P.SHAW, Editor. L. D. BLANKENSHIP. Mnnawor. SUIISCMI'TION HATKS DAILY. One your in advanco - - 84.00 Six months In advance $2.00 Three months In advance - 91.00 WEEKLY l'UIILISIIED EVERY TIIUHS DAY. One Year J1-00 Six Months GO Three Months 25 Advertising rates uiado known on application. Entered at tho postolllco at Ana darko, Oklahoma, as second-class mall matter. Anadakko, Okla.. May IT, 1002. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. KOIt UIXIIHTKll OV DEEDS I horehy annnunco mysolf us a can didate for tho olllci of register of deeds for Caddo countv subject to tho action of tho Pemociatlo county convention to bo held Juno II. phasic hohwoiith. C. M. Illoss, of Apache, nnnounces his candldacey for tiio nomination ol Hoglster of Deeds Of Ciulilo county, Hulijcct to tho action of tho democratic county convention, Juno !)th, HlOi Wo aro authorized to announce D. Turner for the nomination of ('utility Commissioner of Caddo county subject to t...

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. — 17 May 1902

I f , I LOCAL NEWS. K. U. Wiilnni.ini.iid the Demo crat a pleasant call this afternoon. The Douglas special at Earhoarts on C Btreet. 210tf A great closing out sale is now on of the Jonn Craig stock. 21 H2 Earhcart carries a fine lino of fruits and confectionery on C St. Wanted A man to break land .near town. Enquire at this oflicc. Go to Silver Moon Restaurant on C street for square meals. lOltf Go to F. J. Callahan for your screen wire and screen doors. 204tl2 Window shades 15 cents. Ana darko Furniture Co. 102tf Bread is cheap. Ingram & Hoff man sell bread 2 and 4 conts a loaf. Closing out sale at Miss Cassidys millinery emporium. 207t0 Miss Geoiga Oldham left this morning, for Guthrio to visit friends. The Editor of the Bridgeport News is in the city today on busi ness. Dainty confectionaries and a full line of choice fruits at Earhearts place on C street. - 185tf Buy bread from Ingram & Hoff man. Scents and 4 cents a loaf. 105tf The Star Bakery is a long ways from the w...

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. — 17 May 1902

Anadorko Daily Democrat ritnsroN p. kiiaw. ANADARKO, . OKLAHOMA, 4Tlio struggle between golf and ping pong Ib yet to come. Tennyeon (s dead, litit the schooners continue to crosB the bar. A soft coal trust ban Just been form fir. Ib this to come ns another hard chip? The American mulo will have no reason to kick when the Doer war le it-ally ended. Alfred Austin reports that ho la about ready to wet-blanket the coro nation with that ode. ncportB nbout Mr. Rockefeller's bald head and weak stomach seem to cheer tome folks up wonderfully. Now that the kaiser states thnt Cap tain Coghlnn's song "merely ntnused" him, the captain may tune up again. One of the poets announces that "Our best thoughts aro In words we never say." Tho poet Is not a lady. ICIng Leopold would hardly win tho prize In a popularity content at which lila loving subjects were permitted to oto. The wonder of It Is that tho Russian ministers of the Interior go on per mitting the picsencc of students In that country. Mos...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
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