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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 17 May 1902

h 10 e. I id1 td thfa' lBg hy et- le ed oi1 i In It ong iree ent. be1 lvll ied, s hi to- bo ton a o so thlf ege. leen o of lOUS lime fall O USI 1861. lain- itbcl three! nEdf tr tit had i man- com-ikng i the ed5 sslng nent n of- fnnaj iy hi d of way j saW ilx-uu and. isper- e was) truth, babl?. war; rice a PI . I J Tom Cooper a Coal Minor. Tom Cooper, champion of tho Na- Monal Cycling Association's circuit In a900, Is digging coal, but In a most successful way. Cooper was a cyclist who looked at the sport In a practical way, and is a very well-to-do young man, his wealth being variously esti mated at from $100,000 to $300003. joper not only saved his cash prize money, hut he was wise in investing. He bought telephone stock In Detroit and proved fortunate, and also was lucky with other stocks later, ho is In partnership with another young fellow, and both work hard for me bucccss of their mine, which is at Montrose, Colo. Here Is what Cooper jys of his new job: "it is quite a change f...

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. — 17 May 1902

The pastor of tlic Congregational church will preach at 11 o'clock on tho thcme:'Tlic Still Small Voice at Ilorch." Tlio evening tlieinc will l)o:4LesnoiiH from the KruptioiiH on 3Inrtaiiiiiio." All are cordtly in. vitod to attend thiH Hervicen. Farm for wale, ;i inileri Honth of lown bust location in Cadtlo County. Well soft water, stands 3 -J feet, l)lcnty of stock water. livery acre tillable. Good two room house. fcfiOO improvements liiiiislicd. A bargain Intiuiro here. 202tf Thcr aro two things that will make you happy for life if you will only take our advice and do thoiii; one is to m.irry for lovo and tho other in to Hubseribe for this paper. A Monroe county girl asked her alliance to buy her a carriage after their marringu. lie promised her he would if she would take it time about with him in pushing it. There has been a great deal said about capital and labor and the greater part of it has been said to no good purpose just to Btir up and set tho man who is compeled by circu...

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. — 19 May 1902

rw'" - f ' i' 1 " VOL. 1. & ANiU)MiK(), CADIX) CO., OKI .A., MAY 10.11)02. NO. 21 ii. Wf v t Anadarko 1 Democrat. u ?&? &? fo qp qp qp 4jhe FAIR ?8? ? B? &? 4?? Dress Goods. Mr. J. J. Ewing, formerly of tho Dress Coods Depart ment of Wee, Stoy & Co. St. Louis, has now charge in our Dress Goods Department. In him we place a thoroughly experienced dress goods, man to tho tervleo of the ladies of Auadarko. lie will be pleased to show von what wo have in drebs goods. 5 To the Mothers. You have the boy, wo have tho boys suit. What we want is to get the boy inside tho suit. We will do so at a price that will not be much of a strain on your pocket book. Boys Suits. s Scotch Lawn fl to lfc Egypt ion Tissues 2. to Hoe Mercerized and Silk Fordard 22, 30 and 35c Silk mixed Ginghams 25 to 35 Point Swisso 20 to 25c Fine Dimities 8, 10, 12 to 18o Tho latest in wash silk 50c to $1,30 And hundreds of other fabrics which we cannot mention Anything which wo should not have in stoc...

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. — 19 May 1902

GOV. NEWELUS THE LIFE SAVING SERVICE Kormor Governor ami Congressman Newell of New Jersey, whose death at tlii) mo of 81 years was announced lust wpck, will bo long remembered as llii.' founder of tin; national life Having kitvIcp, the plan of which has boon adopted by iilmoat all civilized na tions, Hy securing a trial appropria tion of $10,000 for an experiment sta tion during lil service In CongroJs Dr. Nowoll gave the first Impetus to thti wonderful service which now Include almost all the seacoast of the United States as well im the shores of the groat lakes. What the life saving servlco moans In this country may be gathered by the fact that within tho last thirty years tho members of tho life saving crows have been Hummoueii to 11,170 notable marine disasters, Involving a total property value of $170,000,000. Of thto great amount property to tho valuo of $1:12,000,000 was saved hy tho efforts of the government lite savers. In these 11,170 disasters no less than K.VOOO people w...

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. — 19 May 1902

if K ytfnnvTylA','Jm-'tftT'1 ' -"-- ytwww: - fit '"M"!' ' -'flriLI WAS SAMPSON WARNED? i KM BUBEStt MISTAKES OF AUTH0R3. rN - .. ...ts&si u.7?ym w,i Ey VWi&y Gen. Shatter, who commanded the Fifth Army Corps, which captured Santiago in the ummer of '98, was ioiico nn onthuslns- ic Rilmtrer of Ad- imlinl Scliley, and (probably Ib now. If he can recall all thnt happened Just CJcn. Shatter". before and nfter Cervcra's licet dashed out of Snnltago bay to its destruction ho.would be well equipped to play the part of u star witness in the coming Sampson-Schley investigation. He did not eepxa to re gard Sampson as a great fighter in those days. Wo who were 'with the doughty Shatter have very lively recollections of the general's bringing ills huge fist down upon Urn quivering ramp table to emphasize the string of characteristic strong words he used to express his opinion of Admiral Sampson. "Why doesn't he force ills uay Into the bay?" shld the general. "In he afraid of scraping som...

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. — 19 May 1902

ANADARKO DEMOCRAT. SHAW 4c IiLANKENSHIP, Publishers PRESTON P. SHAW, L. D. BLANKENSHIP. Editor. Manager. sunscmi'TioN kates daily. One ye;ir In advance - - 14.00 Six months in udvunco - i2.00 Three months lu advunce $1.00 WEEKLY 1'UIILNIIKU EVEKY THUIIS DAY. One Year $1.00 Six Months M Throo Months 25 Advertising rates mudo known on application.' Entered nt tho po9tolllce nt Ana darko, Okluhoma, as second-class mall mutter. Anadauico, Okla.,May 10, 1002. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOIt IimiSTI'.Il W DEEDS 1 hereby unnnunco myself as a can didate for the oHlc- of leyistorof deeds for Cuddo ebunn subvert " 'be action of the Democratic count. convention to bo held Juno !). khan'Iv itoswoimt. C. M. Wow, of Apache, announces his candldacev for tiio nomination ol Itotfistcr of Deed 4 Of Caddo county, sultjcct to the action of the democratic county convention, Juno Dili, lltOi Wo nro authorized to announce D. Turner for the nomination of County Commissioner of Cuddo county subject to the Democrat ...

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. — 19 May 1902

f LOCAL NEWS. J. L. Byrne went to Apache yes terday. The Douglas special at Earhearts onC street. 2l0tf Karheart carries a fine lino of -.fruits and confectionery on C St. Wanted A man to break land tnear town. Enquire at this office. Go to Silver Moon Restaurant on C Btrcet for square meals. lOltf Go to F. J. Callahan for your acreen wire and screen doors. 204U2 Window shades 15 cents. Ana darko Furniture Co. 102tf Bread is cheap. Ingram & lloff jnan sell bread 2 and 4 cents a loaf. Don't fail to hear the musical recital at McAninch hall tomorrow night. Mrs. M. F. Kness, who has been sick for some time is now convale flcnt. Dainty confectionaries and a full line of choice fruits at Earhearts place on C street. 185tf Recital by the Williams music class at McAninch hall tomorrow night. A rare treat. Buy bread from Ingram & lloff jiiau. Scents and 4 cents -a loaf. 195tf a Coal, Hour, feed Leach & Peacock. and grain Bread is now 2 and 4 cents loaf at Ingram it lloff man's. ...

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. — 19 May 1902

A 1 . guc jumMiaMflgTauMja tf SEEKING Tho two most l-nportant exploring expeditions which hnvo over been fit ted out for tho Poutli l'olur seas will kturt from Englai d and Gernutny tlit Month tile Kmk1Ii.1i In the Discovery and te German In the GatiBS, both of thorn now thlpn especially consttucted for nn Anttuctle exploration mid equipped with everything needful for the most complete and varied sclen J t lie observation, even luctudtliK a enp tlvo balloon and an electrical plant. The two vessels are about the same elze 170 feet in length nnd 35 ft it in breadth ,nud hae displacement! of about 1,500 tonn. They nre utrongly built of oak and sheathed with grton Jieart. Tho bowH are steel-plated, and made with a gieat sheer, ho that tiicy will tend to rldo tip on the lee nnil break It with their weight. They arc rigged for sailing, but carry auxiliary utcam engines of about -100 horao power, and the screws and rudders nre nn 'arranged that they can be hoisted out of the water In case ...

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. — 19 May 1902

AS THE WORLD REVOLVES INTERESTING RELIC OF PIONEERS Htotu That Wn Ued In Flrnt Capltol IIuIIiIIde of VfliConiln. C. S. Johnson of Castle Ilock tolls the Fennlmore Times: "I have In my possession what I consider an Inter esting relic. It Is the stove that was used In the first capltol building In Wisconsin In territorial tiroes at Bel mont and In which the flrBt legislature convened. How did I obtain posses sion of it? Why, Judge Dunn, the first judge of Wisconsin, left It to his son. John, who used to farm at Castla Hock, and he sold It to the school In Cias Hollow. When a new schoolhouse was built several years ago the old stove had to make way for a more modern and new one and I bought the old one. It Is of a peculiar and very odd shapo and I doubt If another one like it can be found In all this country. It Is about 2x3 feet In size and consists of six pieces with an Iron band around them. You can remove the band and it all conies apart. It Is made of cast . Iron about half an Inc...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 19 May 1902

SECRET SOCIETIES. A. P. & A. M Moots Ilrnt !vnlT)ilrtTup1i.sf cnoh month n MnetmiiJ HnlL uorner Sixth ciml l) street VIMting brathrun eml!ull Invited 'hawk Piiiww.t W. M ii. Vf. A. Meet every 'li.ewlny ulirlit nt to In Me Atimuiiiinii, la IJ. McKmioiit r, k I. A o P. Meet ovory Wciliienlny nlirtit InMoAulneh Jiiill. VMtln brollwrs Invited. W. S Motion, N a a a . n. McKIulcy Post No 07 Dcpt of OUlu liou G. A. It. meetx even ecoml nml fourth MouJjj ccnlnfn In the piolmtc court room at 7W). J C HICIir.Y. PoUCoiumnnrtcr. CHURCH DIRECTORY. .FIHST llaptM Church of Anntlnrko. Lot 5 lllock 57. Appolntiticut Illlilf Sclioul IhuiHlii) at 10 a tn Pronntilnir II u. m PrcaclUiitt " 7.10i.iu Yuiinir People's Meetlnir mi (ip m Prnjor WccilriKThurwliiy nt7JW. m. I- M. llolr. l'nstor. . THH Conirrt'uillnnut Church of Anadurlio. Onler.of-SerdlecM. Huwliiy Solwol tit 10 n m. I'rcuohlnir nt J I u. rn anil 7 30 p. m. C E Mnnttngt tllio p m. Iriirr Meeting 'I'hurMliiy t7'30p m. J. W. MiHTH. Piistor. ...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 20 May 1902

Anadarko Daily Democrat. VOL. 1. ANADARKO, CADDO CO., OKI.. A., MAY 20, 1002. no: 21-1. 4 ??? ?8? 8? &? ? ? The FAIR ?8? 4? ?8? ?J? ?J? 4? Dress Goods. Mi". J. J. Hiving, formerly of tbo Dress Goods Depart ment of Rice, Stoj it Co. St. Louis, has now charge in our Dross Goods Department. In him we place ti thoroughly experienced dress goods man to tho service of the- ladies of Anadurko. lie will be pleased to show you what wo have in dress goods. A & 'Scotch Lawn 5 to lfio Kgyption Tissues 25 to 35c Mercerized and Silk Fordard 22, 30 and 35c Silk mixed Ginghams 25 to 35 Point Swisse 20 to 25c Fine Dimities 8, 10, 12J to 18c Tho latest in wash silk COc to 81.00 And hundreds of other fabrics which we cannot mention A Anything which we should not have in stock wo will always bo pleased to order samples for your consideration. JL IMPORTED Japanese napkins- TO ALL CHURCHn SUPPERS SOCIETY DINNERS FOR WHICH SEAL BRAND Sthcfinesticrown- I PURCHASED! M'iH.HlHHHBBBnaMH.HMBMMaa4MJbtaBm...

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. — 20 May 1902

tfifWBrr 3p sprf t " - -"K-BP-jr-iw ?W. t(-ij' v' ' 'r'''"'" 'T!jf I H BEAUTIFUL NIECE OF THE LATE JAMES G. BLATNE MARRIED AT WASHINGTON. ;rti5S SSSiflPHNPMMnMW, W-wi ? tell Piclorial Pumor IS r ft. "AN OPEN-FACE WATCH." Tho AmniK Tnl. "Music Is u ory dcslrablo nccom plliliincnt," rild Mohltnbcrs mother. "Thnt's light." anaweied hor father, 'it n girl 111. OB ,1 man alio can play comic opora anil make him feci per fectly at homu; anil If alio dooan't she can giro hltn n few samples fiom a sonata and make him weary." WNrfW A fJrltU. It happened In a lltlc church on the fast aide of New Voik city, wheio the motive power for the organ cornea through the strong arms of an Indus ti Ions Iiishiuan. At a lecent sorvlco the choir got Into tumble, and while confusion reigned the organ suddenly stopped. The situation was not lcllevcd when a hoarse whisper came from bohlnd the organ and lloatcd out Into thr auditorium. It wild: "Sing like t'uuder! Do hellers Is buBted'" Youth's Companion. Tlin...

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. — 20 May 1902

R L & n i I e it, ir: Clioyndil's Hlnc Cirer Ovr. .loo Choynskl's fall before Kid Car ter was another case of a good' old veteran who didn't Know when he had had enough. 'Although Joo has yet to sec his thirty-fourth year, he Is, puglllstlcnlly epeaklng, an old man. He has been boxing professionally since 188ti, and during (hat period met all the leaders oflho heavj'wclght division. Con etajit and arduous training has lobbed him, of stamina, speed and ability to stand punishment. This was painfully evident after the first minute of his botjt with the tough youngster from Brooklyn. Choynskl stnrted out like a winner and Inside of fifty seconds had Carter staggering llko a seasick dromedary. But it,was only a Hash In the -pan, a momentary exhibition of Choynskl's old-tlmo' form. His strength ebbed away swiftly, Carter let perated as only n youth can, and In a few seconds more Joo was lying Insensible on the padded floor. Choynskl's milling days are over; ho has fought many a good ...

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. — 20 May 1902

55F f ' rw cANADARKO DEMOCRAT. SHAW & BLANKENSHIP, PublUhers. PRESTON P. SHAW, L. D. BLANKENSHIP. - Editor. MannKor, SUI1SOUIITION UATE3 t)AIf.Y. Ono your In udrancu 14.00 Six months in advance 2.00 Three months hi advance $1.00 WEEKLY l'UIIMHHKD EVK11Y TI1UHS-DAY. One Year 1.00 Six Months CO Three Months 25 Advertising rates made known on application. Entered at tho posolllce at Ana tiarko. Oklahoma, as second-class mull mutter. Anadahko, Okla.. May 20, 1002. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. ron coNcur.ss wm. m. cnoss. ... ANNOUNCEMENTS ... i-ok' i'uoiiaie juuai: Verdo V. Hurdcnstlo announces his tandldacy for tlio nomination of Pro Imto Judge of Cuddo county subject to tho action of tho Democratic conven tion Juno Oth. FOH SIIUKIFF. We aro authorized to announce J. G. 3allnp;hor, of Anadarko, asacundiduto for Sheriff of Caddo County, subject to the action of tho Democrat convention, Juno 0. We aro authorized to announco L. C. Gardner, of Anadarko, a candidate for tho nomination of Sheriff o...

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. — 20 May 1902

1 V- W LOCAL NEWS. Coal, flour, feed Leach fc Pcacook. and grain J. G. Gallagar went to Apache today, to fix bis political fences. Mias Ida Mundell was a plcasat call er at the democrat yesterday. The Douglas special at Earhcarts on C street. 210tf V.ar1ii.irt arrica a fine line of fruits and confectionery on C St. Wanted A man to break land .near town. Enquire at tins onicc. Go to Silver Moon Restaurant on O street for square meals. 191tf 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 cents a loaf. C. S. Brown came over today from Mountain View to see the best town in tho new country. r A. E. Kobs, cashier of tho Moun tain Viow bank, is in town and paid the Dkmocu.vt a pleasant visit. Mr. J. G. Garlick, traveling sales auan of tho Great Western Type .Foundry, is in tho city. Don't fail to hear the musical recital at MoAninch hall tomorrow night. Frank G...

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. — 20 May 1902

jHi T '49F&N1fyiK T1-:- ! 7?--i-, ;, HfsifT'' tinM - .J & - - Childhood's I.ott Heller. I emeu know nil the bird tlmt cnmo And n en tod In our orchnrd trocn; For oery flunt-r 1 had a tinmu My frlrmln wrp wuodchuckx, toadn und b-rsj ,' J knw whrtt tin Wed In yond.cr rKii; Wlint plant' would nuothu u hIoiip Criiltit-d too Oil, I wim vrry learned then Hut thut wn very Ions ago. 1 knew the npot upon the hill Where tlio cliPukiTliurrlt'S could bo found 1 knew the rtmhes iirnr the mill Whern pickerel lay that weighed n, pound I I knew the wood thn vny tree Whprr llvpil thp iiiuicliliiKi saucy crow, And nil tint woods nml crowH knuw inu lint that wiih very Ioiir hk. And plnliic for the Joys of jenith, I trend tko ohl fiuiilllar cHit Only (o Iciirn thm Holcinn truth: 1 linvn forKotti'ii, inn fornol. Vrt thcre'M llils jouiiKuU'r lit my knee Known nil the tlilnRK I lined to know, To think I ouco wn wie ns ho! Jlut thut wiw ery long ago. 1 know 'tin folly to complain tiFJjik Of whutso'...

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. — 20 May 1902

AnT the Sun Set OnJer A Grand Canon' of Arizona, mar w4Sir V?' ' l - JV -y ' , IM WEEKLY PANORAMA The wonderful scone in the flre.nd canon of Arizona m the sun Is settlntf wo.s never better n.ct,. of phototfro.phv denlcted a.bove. Everv .l, .! 1....1 t, ,. t- .. . . ." . .novr Better plctu one of unmatchtxblo betxutv. In h,. w" ." ,u "u " " "-. "!? L"L 80,a- h U,Uno3 ro ..cure the best view ever tklcen of ,h. -V 'n "" " V. I - . " " ' .f-uono J"n" of Chicago few more perfect pictures the.n this. V" m mo "" collection w CORONATIO N COR.O N ETS. I King Edward of England reckoned without hla American-born subjects when he gave orders that peeresses had better wear neatly Inconspicuous gilt circlets, instead of their nrniinr and hereditary coronets, on the oc casion of his coronation. Thnt in- .born deference and educated sense of r obedience that the native English wo man feels for the crown would have induced them to have accepted this royal edict with onlv a little nrlvnte grumbling....

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. — 20 May 1902

wyi jpVW 'IgjypHtyiKyiwii! njl ,yn ??y ?- Vf'"!"? r ?i Last Saturday wc noticed a young nun just out of knee paiitu, cncort- . ang a young woman still in Hhort o'tlrcacs. As tlicy strolled down one f the avcnucH hid smiles indicated tliat he felt like a tub of butter swimming in honey, cologne, nut- : meg and cranberries; while she look- - cd as though something was travel i ing through lier norvvs on feet of - iliamonds, eKcorted by sercral cup ids in golden chariots Jlrawn by an jjels, shaded with honeysuckles and the whole spread over w'rth a melted rainbow. God bless the kilt ! Let them spark. Like chewing tobacco it sometime koejm them from prac ticing worse vices. We are wry wurry to announce - to our readers tlmt llifi Frank- hauser the cye-wpecinist lias decid ed to leave Auabarko'iirat Friday, and will locate at'Oliiiikat.ha. Miss Frankhatwer Scwmadcn great many friends here, that will 'regret to see her leave. Artft wo 'hear her work an Kye Specialist highly spoken of by a...

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. — 22 May 1902

f1? . V " g lf iO VOL. 1. ANU)ARKC), CADDO CO., OKI, A., MAY 212, 1JJ02. NO. 210. $ wyjf srro y ivw f$JJPpp Daily I(RiminrTAT &2IL J& W U& Jk Jr.Jp JUdaSr vfer JSi.A&JtSL ' J& 4 & nl m ;r 1 KEEP COOL JliHlff flmllt 1 III IPI fflptf If If THE BIG FIGHT IS ARRANGED Jeffries and Fitzsimmons Agree on Terms of the Contest. By Wearing Geo. P. Ide Gold Waist for Men. Shirt waist will be more popular thnn ever this season, as men realize that they are cool, practical and common sense. Shirt waist factories uvo working nlpht nml day to keep up with their orders. The Gold waist s th&, only waiut that is convenient to put on and on" properly. It is made only by Geo. P. Ido & Co. It is patented, no other factory can make It. Wo have exclusive sale for this town. Prices $1.25, $1.75 to $3.00. TO BEAT SAN FRANCISCO. Fight Will Be Pulled off in Cali fornia About the Fourth of July- "yp mwL2Miiiimtji'Jim&r s " Igar 'jiiii.im.inii 1 mm mi am .mi i iiiiijiim ini.,i...

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. — 22 May 1902

J Anadarko Daily Democrat i'iti:sroN r. miaw. ANADARKO. . OKLAHOMA. Summer tourists In Europe will doubtless fluil tho Marconlgrum a ureal convenience. Canada has Hied a claim to the iioitli polo. Slio wants all uf that sort of climate alio ran get. Tho New York hanker who prays for the rich evidently believes that ihurlty begins at home. Forty poiimli of llmbuigcr cheese stolon at HufTalo cannot be traced. Then It Isn't genuine llmburgcr. A gcntlo hint of summer may be de tected in the announcement of a ic duitlon In anthracite coal prices. King Alfonso proposes to establish t free llbrniy at .Madrid. No matter whero he got the iduj, It U a good one. Mr. Carnegie has been requested to extend his beneficent library Juilsdlc tlon ho as to take In the Island of Culm. Buffalo Illll expects to become a mil lionaire and may yet succeed In hav ing his name placed upon Mrs. As tor's list. Ieo ci cam freezers want to form a union. Young men who buy Ice crenm will bo forming a union next for...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
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