Anadarko Daily Democrat (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 159, Ed. 1, Monday, March 17, 1902 Page: 1 of 8
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Volume I .
Anadarko Oklahoma March 17. 1902.
M AYFIELD LUMBER CO. The Weu?1 of
To Maintain Our Reputation of the Pastas LEADERS Wherever We Are Located
il&VUUl Undersoil Any and All Competitors.SaiisfaciionGuaranteed
- - Material Always tho Best. Begining Today Wo Will Soil :
;xas Long Leaf Yellow Piive Dimension No. 1 Commoiv at $16.50. No. 2 Common ai $14.50.
Remember we will not be undersold: Our buyer is now in the Southern Market and will keep our stock well
W. A. McKENNON manager.
Lumber and Coal Cheap
YES the prices our competit-
ors are making are up to the
. top notch beside those
e are here for our health
and the pleasure of pleas
ing you selling
e will make you on every item of our big and well selected stock of Lumber Shingles Sash Doors and Coal.
Remember that its a pleasure for us to figure your bill and don't fail to see us beforeyou buy.
N. D. BROWN Manager. STEVENSON-BROWN LUMBER CO.
Ve are Now Heady For Your Valued Patronage. XXm'5&
March is the calendar month which denotes its advent. It is a difficult month to please with its over changing moods. The north winds may
111 and the bright sun may shed its genial warmth or smile coldly. However active preparations must go on for Avith the changes ol nature comes
b changes in prices. Have you made your plans ior the future? If not come down to the Corner LJ and Sixth Street. Visit us and get ac-
in ted. Lome and smoke our cigars and soak up inexhaustible welcome space that awaits our menus and patrons in our olhce.
Now as For Prices on Lumber Will Say We Have 1x12 Boxing in 12 to 20 fool Lengths vt $16.50 per 1000 feet.
"Wo could go on to the end but what's the use for as a matter of course you will want to see them all before buying and as we have such a magnificent stock now awaiting in-
Ictioii we can ask you to call and examine. Wo are advertising our lumber business. We carry everything in stock from cellar to garret that can bo found in any kind of a building
Oklahoma J crritory or between earth's cither pole. We are desirous to keep you from bumping your. head if you will only give us a trial. 1 hanking you for past favors which cn-
;s us to render you faithful and honest dealing and cheapest material in the city. Yours for success wc await your commands
A. CLEM Manager. " CHAMPUN LUMBER COMPANY.
All Churches oi City Joined in
Sunday dawned bright dear and
ol an ideal day for t)io Sabbath's
ork. By eleven o'clock the Con-
(legational church was filled to
vcrllowing with friends of every
eed who had conic to help in
' macerating this church to the ser-
ico of God. The choir sung
!yfully the spirit of worship was
erywherc. Rev. W. C. Thoin-
iou of the Christian church read
10 lesson Rev. Holt of the Bap-
st church made the opening pray-
Miss E M Reid sang "The Holy
ity" Rev. J W Moats preached the
indicatory sermon Rev Tico of tho
rcsbytorian church made the dedi-
tory prayer and Rev Keller pro-
ounced tho benediction. Rev
oats sermon was in part.
k "For Zion's sake will I not hold
ly peace and for Jerusalem's sake
will not rest until the righteous-
css thereof go forth as brightness
id tho salvation thereof as a lamp
iat burnetii. And tho Gentiles
lalhscothy righteousness and all
ings thy glory; and thou shalt bo
illed by a new name which the
louth of the Lord shall name.
'hou shalt also bo a crown of glory
tho hand of tho Lord and a rov-
.1 diadem in tho hand of thy God.
sa 02 1 to 3.
I After introductory remarks in
pfcrcncc to tho associations that
iiistercd around Zion and Jerusalem
id to the fact that reactionary
preen not only retard spiritual ad-
nnceinont but cause reversions to-
lard tho primitive vices and con-
jitions of tho race the speaker said
i part. A great spiritual tiolen-
on had set in in Israel tho warn-
jig voice of the prophet had not
een heeded. This text camo as a
Iefesianio voice of encouragement.
comes to us as a clarion call to
ehold tho grand mission of tho
nirch and speed it to a glorious
nsumniation. Tho church is in
world by Divine appointment.
van projected into tho world to-
o men from sin. It iB Gods or-
iwzcu agency ior me present-
on ol" Gods abkormco of sin of
human responsibility under moral
law of Gods wonderful love and
the life of inestimable blessedness
realized by those who accept the
salvation offered. The conversion
of an individual is n work begun.
It is the mission of tho church to
develop the spiritual nature of the
christian. We live in an age of
complex church organization. We
need a strorger insisiauce on a vital
union with Christ communion
with the Holy Spirit a more in-
W W Price city clerk will open
the registration books for the city
of Anadarko on Monday March 17
and will keep them open Monday
March 17th and Tuesday March 18
also Monday March 24 and Tuesday
March 25. No one will be pcr-
tuttcd to vote unless they arc
tclligcnt reverent study of Gods
will for the development of tho
Christian. More than ever the
church should stand as the expo
nent of Divine truth. The Christ
ian religion is not a narrow system
of thought. From the standpoint
of the philosopher and moralist no
principle enunciated by Christ has
been found that needs no recission.
Tho church must indoctrinate those
who come into its pales. The life
of the church may bo appraised by and garden seeds
the measure of peace purity and
power found within tho chtrch is
persuwasive. "The little stone out
out of the mountain without hands
is rolling on and will soon fill the
wholo world. The Gentiles aro to
see the righteousness of tho church
not in spectacular manifestations
but the character purified. To
gain the jeweled crowns of earths
royalty men have stormed tho em-
battled heights. The jewels in
thoso crowns have often turned to
thorns that pierced the brain. God
is gathering jewels for the garn-
ation of heaven. When the redeem-
ed are gathered before tho great
white throno .T1011 shalt be a
crown of glory and a royal diadem
in the hands of thy Lord."
Wo havo met this day to dedi-
cate this house to tho scrvico of
God. Qln formal way wo consecrate
it. In this act wo imply that hero
we shall seek his guidance m
our quest for truth; that wo shall
hero toilfor mans uplifting from
sin; that we shall here seek to rcal-
izo tho fulness of the life Christ
came to give to men. Hut in a
deeper senso it is ours to dedicate
ourselves anew to his service
pledging renewed zeal and courage
and to more comprehensive faith in
Christ as our leader in the work of
Imp ling ft spiritual temple unto our
For undertaking embalming fur-
niture carpets rugs lace curtain!'
draperies and window shades see
Gish Brook & Co. first door west
of Post Ofliee phone store 20-res.
57 open day and night. 152tf
RESIDENCE: One nice six-
room residence almost completed
to rent by J. L. Bryne &Co. 155t
WANTED: To buy a horso and
buggy inquire at this oilicc. 150-tt
Go to the Pioneer Drug Store
opposite postoflice for flower heeds
Mr- Oampball Jr. Visits Home.
Mr A Campbell supriscd his fam
ily yesterday morning by walking
in unannounced while the folk were
at breakfast. CoYlYcasurcr Camp-
bell was a party to the plot as ho
sent for his son to conic homo to
attend the dedication of tho Con-
gregational church yesterday but
the father was himself supriscd for
ho was hardly expecting his athlet-
ic son to walk in from Chickasha
rather than to wait for the morning
Mr Campbell is a senior in the
Kingfisher university and is con-
templating a trip to tho Philippines
with three schoolmates as soon as
tho school year closes. If they go
on the proposed trip they will ex-
plore Asia and Africa before re-
turning but will remain at least a
year in the Philippines.
All tho Democratic nominees for
city plllccs arc urgently reqested to
meet with tho Democratic city cent-
ral committee in the councial cham-
bers at 7:30 o'clock tonight.
Eggs for sale from thoroughbred
Barred Plymouth Rock hens; all
prizewinners; 1 to Sl.ou per setting
Mrs. Joe Conloy 30tl31
For salo or exchange for town
property one good span ol mules
wagon and harness. For further
information call on Perry Miller at
the Delmonico Restaurant. 154t0
For undertaking; embalming
I furniture carpets rugs laco cur
tains draperies and window shades
sec Gish Brook & Co. first door
westjof Post Office phono store 50.
res. 57 open day and night. 152tf
Dr. T. II. Williams the dentist
of Chickasha will bo at the Ameri-
can Hotel on Monday and Tuesday
March 17 and 18th. 158-3t
Attend tho millinery
Tuesday at Mrs. Burgcs.
Most stylish and dainty
in millinery shown by Mrs
FOR RENT 4 room liouso 2
blocks from Post Office. Enquiro
Hoffmans Bakery. 157 tf
Money to loan on Bhort time on
anything of value. Apply to R.
D. Guiin Morgan bld'g. 134ml
For Coughs Colds and Croup
Co". Atty Crosby is in receipt of
a letter from Mrs Crosby to tho
effect that sho will bo home Satur-
day. Mr Crosby goes to Bridge
port Friday and will then go to El
Reno to meet Mrs Crosby.
Deputy Surveyor Odell is sligtly
indisposed today and has been at-
tended by n physican. Ho is at
tho Hotel Florence.
R. W. Challis of IIarpcrtKan- is
in the city visiting his brother-in-
law T. II. Bullock. He will buy
a claim and locate m Caddo county.
Elder W C Thompson of the
Christian church filled tho pulpit
hero Sunday night. He has a fine
claim five miles southeast of Apache.
Full stook of paints anp oils at
Pioneer Drug Store opposite post-
Mrs. Adams living a few miles
out from town died Friday and
was buried in Chickasha Sunday.
Mr E. S. Cox a teacher at Ver-
dure Okla. was in the city Satur-
day. Squire U. J. Grant of Ft. Cobb
shook hands with Anadarko friends
Millinery opening Wednesday
and Thursday at Mrs. Belle Dillons
at tho Columbia Store. Will havo
a beautiful lino of hats on display
Ladies of the Episcopal Guild
will have a ten-cent social Wednes-
day March 10 at the home of Mrs.
Carl Glitsch. From 3 to 5 P. M.
All aro cordially invited. 150t2
Dcp't Register of Deeds
Koontz came back from
Mr. Ed Ralston is in from his
claim visiting his mother and
brother at tho rostaiieant.
Tho Democratic speaking for tho
Mission meeting room in the 1st
ward March 18th will be by Theo
Pruett and I. II. Kerr rather than
by W. W. Price and Mr. Kerr as
first announced. Mr. Price is held
so closely over ine registration
books that ho will postpone his
speech making until later.
Mr. Fred Riceling assumed tho
dulios of city editor of the Tribune
this morning succeeding N. C.
Allen. Mr. Riceling is well and fav-
orably known for his work on tho
Tribune last fall and his frienda
hero welcome him back to tho city.
Mr. Allen will take charge ol tho
circulation department of the Tribune.
Surgeon's Knife Not Needed-
Surgery is no longer necessary to
euro piles. Do Witt's Wttch Ilazol
Salvo cures such cases at once remov
ing tho necessity of dangerous painiui
and oxponslvo operations. For scalds
cuts burns wounds hruUes wires and
skin diseases It Is unequalled. Boware
of countorfolts. W. II. Smith & Son
i a i
Gould Not Breathe-
Coughs colds croup grip bronchitis
other throat and lung troubles ar
quickly cured by One Minute Coug.i
Cure. Ono Minuto Cough Curo is not
a raoro expectorant which gives only
temporary relief. It softens and liqui-
fies tho mucous draws out tho inflaraa-
tion and removes tho cause of tho dis-
ease. Absolutely safo. Acts at once.
"Ono Minuto Cough Curo will do all
that Is claimed for it "fcaj s Justice of
the Peace J. Q. Hood CYosbx Miss.
"Mj wife could not m t lit r brc ath and
was relieved oy the first does It lm3
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