The Daily Democrat. (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 5, Ed. 1, Friday, January 25, 1907 Page: 4 of 4
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Aaacdrko DaJly Democrat.
HKHNDON IIUOH PUliMniiHIiH.
Entered nt the rostoflkc at Anadarko Oklahoma ns
Second CIbbs Mnil Mntter.
Daily by carrier per week 10c. By mail por year $8.00
Johuy Bull has Iuh Sweotonliiim and
Teddy his Bacon with Bellamy Storor for
Will tlio Toxiuib over gob through with
that IJailoy investigation and will ho over
hoar tho last of it when they do?
the states too as he said he would in the
San Francisco school question? By and
by Teddy will bo asked to haul down the
American Hag so tho Japs can raise theirs
in its place. Iloora for tho Japs and Tod's
army and navy; but any when tho latter
two get in motion Tod'll be in dreamland
and there won't bo enough Japs left to lire
a tea kettle.
Tho Japanese having kicked up a row
ovor tho school question in Han Francisco
now resent limiting tho issuance of saloon
licenses to Unitod Htntes citizens which
they sny is a violation of Japanese treaty
rights. Weil ainb that goin' some and
will President Teddy employ tho army and
navy to gun ran lee the .laps this right in
A Wichita firm has made tho startling
discovery that ono of its lady clerks has
boon shop-lifting hundreds of dollars worth
of goods a portion of which was found in
her room. When oflicers wpr placed on
her track she hurriedly left without leaving
hor future address.
CJet busy from now man February 1
the quail must then bo Ml u live in peace
and quiot til Fall.
Ernest J. Sias
Secured by our Philomatic
club through tho Contral
Lyceum Bureau will bo at
tho Mothodist ohuroh Wodnos-
day night Jnn 30th. Tho abovo
has proved to bo u delightful in-
turtainor in many places and
you oannot afford to miss it.
Hit) eubjoota will bo THE LAST
CHORD and .BLACK ROCK
3 tf Tun Committk
BidB will bo received at tho
office of oity clork until 4 o'olook
P. M. Feby. 4. 1007 for tho con-
struction of sido walks aocording
to city ordinances on lotH 1 2
3 I 5 0 11 13 M 15 10 17
18. 10. 20. 23 25 & 20 in Block
34. Lots 1 11 12 15 in Blookl
35. Lots 3 4 in Block 37. Lot 1
Blook 25. LotB 1 A 2 Block 38.
Lots 1 2 3 4 5 0 7 8 0 15
10 & 32 in Blook 51.
J. A. McCampbkll
FOR STATE OFFICES
For Lieut. Gornrnor
Tho Roooo Agency at Ana-
darko makos all kinds of 6uroty
bonds for liquor dealers city
oounty and siato officers court
officers lodges societies banks
bank employees administrators
guardian Ac. Bonds promptly
exeoutod. Office in Citizons
National Bank building.
Ladies Social Union will meet
in tho looturo room at tho Pres
byterian church Jan.23rd at 2:30
o'clook all members urged to bo
Mrs. Caudlkr Pros.
Mns. Cleveland Sec
For Congrsn 2ml DJit
GEO. E. BLACK.
HE HELD THE BEAR
CASE WHEN TURN ABOUT WAS
Stephen Had Done His Part and Al-
lowed Brother Experience of
Mastering Angry Bruin Al-
most Out of Trap.
TELLS OF HIDING PLACE.
Water Quickly Reveals Location oft
This mothoil nioro certain than tho
operation of digging for finding say
tronsuro or stolen goods rccentlyi
burled In tho oarth Is well known to
tho soldlora of Bomo Continental
armies nnd also to tho pollco of most1
Bflf ftn w
countrlos. Wntor Is poured copiously
upon tho ground nnd left to sonic In;
whan oxnetly ovor tho place whoro
tho treasure llos hidden a dopraslon
dotted linos cniiBod by tho sinking
down of tho oarth. Is to bo noticed.
Then tho spado usofully goos to work-
Farm Close to Anadarko
Anyone desiring a good farm
close to Anadarko should see uh
AT ONCE-wo can -ecomraond
tho place and tho price.
1-12 d Baldwin & Gums
Buy your work harness now
whilo you have plenty of time
make a careful selection. In
order to got good results mako
that solootion nt Scott & Son's
FOR RENT Desk room in tho
host located offioo in town apply
at tho Democrat office.
BRING US YOUR LEASES
Baldwin & Ginus
Stophon Allnrd wag born In Now
Durham N. 11. In 1770 and dlod In
1S70. He was n unique and soma-
what eccentric character and was
known throughout the I'enuawko
country as "Stevo tho Hear Hunter."
Many anecdotes are still related of
him. The following Is a well authen-
Ho hnd set n boar trap In a plot
of corn about a qunrtor of a mile
from his residence Ills brothor
David was a guost at his house.
Stophon wont early In tho morning
to seo If any bears had beon among
tho corn during tho night not ex-
pecting one to get into tho trap tho
first night. As ho arrived at tho
corn ho heard tho rnttlo of tho trap
and found n bear caught by tho toos
of ono forwnrd foot. Ono glanco
convinced him that tho hold of tho
trap was woakonlng. Ho seized tho
chain whon Bruin Instantly roso on
his hind legs nnd made for him.
Without hesitation ho closed In
with tho boar and being a poworful
man succeeded In soon getting tho
mnstory nnd called to David to come
quickly nnd bring an ax with him.
Aftor consldorablo dolay nnd when
Stephon's pntlonco hnd becomo ex-
LOCAL NQTES f
Old papers for salo nt this
Mrs. Fred C. Towlo of Bingor
spontlaatnight in tho oity.
Tho dance given at tho Eaglo
Hall last night was well uttend
Patrons aro requested to
promptly report failure to receive
V. B. Reed 5b transacting
business in the northern part of
tho county today.
MiBB Dora Scott tho popular
teaohor near Randlett is spend-
ing tho day in tho city.
Miss Murgnrot Ilookor is ill at
tho homo of her sister Mra. J.
II. Hurley on East Broadway.
MrB. Lena Ratliff roturnod to
her homo in Binger this morning
aftor a few days visit in tho city
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Campbell
roturnod .his morning from a few
days visit with frionds in Okla-
W. T. Graves left lat evening
for his home in Bridgeport. Tex.
aftor a day's visit with old frionds
in this oity.
DA. Wilson of Carnegio. waB a
oounty feat visitor today and
whilo in tho city mado this office
a pleasant call.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Cressv of
Chickasha returned homo this
morning aftor a few weeks visit
in tho n )rthorn part of tho
Mrs. P. Woianer returned to
her home in Oklahoma Gity this
morning. She attended the
Dinklor-Coggins wedding in this
MisB Lydia Wingert aftor a
fow days visit with Mrs. J. A.
Dinkier went to Oklahoma City
this morning for a few days visit
with friends befcro returning to
hor homo in Topeka Ivas.
Old papers for sale at this
The National Bank of Anadarko
Capital - - $25000
H. 1. Smith Pros.
Geo. W. Bellaamy V. Pros.
B. S. Dixon. Cash.
R. L. Boake. Otto L. Shuttee
C. A. Cleveland.
is directed to the Character of
our Oflkers and
Board of Directors.
We Solicit Yotm Business.
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JEFF FORD'S BI MARKET
-Corner 5th and C Streets-
You will always find a fine assortment of
Snlt nnd Fresh Fish in Lenten Soason. Also Fresh Vegetables.
HAMMERT 66 AYRES
c auid FsLiicy Groceries
FRESH MEATS SAVSAGE AND SALT MEATS
Fish in Season Fresh Vegetables etc.
C Street Between 4th & 5th. Phone No. 84.
SIARNES' PHOTO STUDIO
1 r? it''
Successor to BEN "RUSSELL.
Having taken charge of the Russell Studio I will be pleased
tojmeet all the old patrons of same and desire to mako all
the new ones as possible. I make all styles of artistic pho-
tos known to tho fraternity. L. A. Edee who has been
with the Studio for the past 4 P M UllRNliC
years will remain with same. F ill. DAlnL3.
P. L. JORGENSON
ATTORNE Y AT L AW .
Over Max Goldman's Store. Okla.
I BOSTON DYENINQ SHOP
Cleaning: Rcparing and Pressing
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
ADKINS & FIELDS Props.
One door west of Tingley's
Indian Curio Store C St.
Stop J. E. Farrington's red
0 ib wagon or call phone 170 for
cheap fuel. 30tf.
Remember tho second number
of the serios of entertainments
arranged for by tho Philomatir
club will bo given Wednesday
night Jan. 30th at tho Mothodiat
ohuroh. Single tickets 50 cents
at tho door.
iiiiiMiiimmiiMi i n"-"wrmrrriirnm-TrTmri iiMiiniiiMiinn mi nwwmi
At the Old Reliable
I Anadarko Bakery
You will And nil kinds of DREAD Frosh Baked Every Day.
'Cvcni Variety of "Cakea ane 9ie-j.
GOODS DELIVERED II f FIM7 Pi-nil I
To All Parts of the City. L ' "AlU I T0p. B
M ml I ! ' I ' ' """ ' I
"Now Dave Hold Fatt."
hausted David arrived with tho ax.
Stephen berated him In lnngunKO not
tit to print for his tardiness and In
explanation David said that breakfast
being ready and not thinking thoro
wns any necessity for hurrying he
stopped and nto his breakfast.
Stophon said: "Davo hold this 'ero
b'ar and lot mo kill him."
David was loth to do so but to ap
peaso Stophon's wrath Anally did ns
roquostod. Whon Stophon saw David
had a arm hold on tho boar ho throw
tho ax out of David's reach and said:'
'Now Dave hold fast that varmint
whilo I go to tho houso and got m)
Stophon wont and got his meal and'
thon roturnod nnd killed tho boar.
P. 0. BOOK STORE
You Will Find
School Books and Supplies Blank
Ofllce Sundries. Fine Sta-
Books Typewriter Paper and
tlonery Books Mag
azines News etc.
Best Line of CIGARS In tho City
WIIISItK YOU WIL.I- FIND
8 Brands Highest Grade Whiskies made in the U.
The I inest Cigars well cared for and
THE SWELLEST SALOON IN OKLAHOMA.
Big Talk for Anadarko; see for yourself.
"WIHTL13Y & Miller Props.
fihe Palace Bakery
Constantly keeps on hand at all times
SFresb 'Bread 'Baked Every day
cAll ancy Cakes to Order &
Regular Delivery to All Parts of tho City.
B Street West of Court House. Phone No. 79
At SHA W'S SECOND HAND STORE
k On C Street
you will find a large stock of
)ew & 2ndhand furniture.
The entire stock of the Bryan Hotel just bought will bo closed out.
Bedsteads ns good as new from $1.00 up. Give us a call.
Suffers from Rare Disease.
Suffering from a rnro dlsaso tho
most markod symptom of whloh is n
decay or crumbling of curtain of tho
vurtobrno of tho spinal column John
P. Mlllor of Now York Is lnteroatlng
tho surgeons of Fordham hosultal.
Mlllor Is iinablo to stoop ovor and
touch his toos but can bond backward
with oaso tho bones and muscles of
his back bolng aB aupplo as rubbor.
Tho surgeons of tho hospital havo had
six consultations ovor IiIb caso within
as many weeks and havo had soveral
prominent surgeons of tho city In tho
hospital to consult with them as to
tho best way to attempt to euro tho
caso. Somo of tho surgeons think
that by opening. tho aplne to the scat
of tho trouble they may bo ablo to
tret tho part In such a way as to ar-
rest tho dissolution of tho bone.
in Groceries. You will find our
stoolc of Choice Groceries always
absolutoly reliable and the prices
very moderate. Wo havo all sorts
of good things for tho tablo a fine
variety of Canned Goods many
delightful Jams and Jellies all
frebh Vegetables in soason and
thf finest Tea and Coffeo.
O. C. STEPHENSON
A Full and Complete Line of Pure Drugs
UP-TO DATE -SlNDR.IE-5
Our Goods Guaranteed to Comply with Federal Pure Food and Drug Act
North Side B St. F'rst door West Anadarko National Bank
Furniture China Ware Etc.
See Those Who Are Closing Out First
THEN COME TO ME
You Will Deal With Me Every Time.
QUALITY and QUANTITY AT BEST PRICES.
GISH BROS. Furniture Dealers
D. W. GISH. Mgr Succossor to Gish & Brooke
Furniture Carpets and xq$.
Monument: Undertaking Embalming a ifpcclaltq.
'" " " I " !
A LICEK EMBALMER nflC nT u. cfnlA a
J At Your Service Day or Night. v ' UWIW "
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The Daily Democrat. (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 5, Ed. 1, Friday, January 25, 1907, newspaper, January 25, 1907; Anadarko, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc81409/m1/4/: accessed December 13, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.