Anadarko Daily Democrat. (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 221, Ed. 1, Wednesday, May 28, 1902 Page: 1 of 8
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Anadarko Daily Democrat.
ANADARKO CADDO CO. OKLA. MAY 2H. 1002.
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AN IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT!
Wo take pleasure in informing the public tli.it wo have secured
for this locality the exclusive representation niul selling rights of
f rzr ... ..i . . .. . .
Shoe WbMEN .
This announcement comes as a triumphant finale to a long-continued
effoit on our pait to secuie for our selling that make of shoes
that bent combined the features of graceful and correct design
wide choice in styles exquisit workmanship greatest wear and
durability with a moderate price.
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"Q8EEN QUALITY" SHOES were Awarded
SOLD MEDAL at Buffalo
Nc ..ud uisliiu..''' -hipes le.ithii latest and bent styles
adapted foi all purposes ai. 1 "cessions for dices home golfing
walking or storm wear.
Price for any stIe of Coot $3.00.
Price for any style of Oxford $2.50 and $3.
' J. JOAU
WHC Fl NESmtROWri;
After a thorough seaich of the maikcts
we have found these factors so aitistically
that we have no hesitation in assuring our
oustomers-that the will find it in all res-
pects tho THE HANDSOMEST Till?
BEST FITTING AND THE MOST
GENERALLY SATISFACTORY shoe
that money will buy.
11 11111 u sywi
Call up 105 and get it
quick. We are now open-
ed with a completo lino of
good things to eat and pre-
pared to fill all orders for
groceries of tho very highest
Our goods are fresli and
prices right. Wc aro on B
street in the biick building
next tho Fair. Wo would
bo pleased to havo you call
and allow us to show -yon-our
JAY & GO.
Notes of Two Territories.
-Bartlesvillo has 40000 barrels of
crude petroleum tanked.
The five county prisoners who
escaped from tho Pawnee jail weto
Tho injunction against building
a county courthouse at El Reno has
J. T. Price of Choctaw City this
Bopn has sold already $350 worth
of strawberries from "c patch.
The Democrats of NoinC county
havo indoiscd Major J. P. Wool-
soy for renomination as counoiiuan.
The Lawton Commercial Club is
getting up a street fair for the four-
th of July and raised $100 the first
Three bad men fiom Dewey
"shot up" Baitlcsville and tried to
rope the city marshal. The marshal
A Watonga man chums to have
seen a snake fifteen feet long while
he was going homo one night last
Local dealers expect a 30000 bus.
crop of cucumbers at Oklahoma
City this season. A pickle factory
will buy most of the crop.
Tho Watonga Republican favors
the adoption of a platform at Enid
that will give piccedenco to territor
ial instead of national issues.
Gustavo A. Kohl of Milwaukee
and Miss Marion Estcllr Lynch of
Pcabody Mass. cmplyces of Hows
circus were married while the show
was in Guthrie
' The distribution of sacks for tho
use of Pottawatomie county potato
growois has begun at Shawnre.
The farmcis will use 225000 sacks
and will need 000 cars
W. L. Baldgc ono local editor ot
the Watonga Republican has start-
ed rival ncN spaper to do "up the
liepublitan." Governor Ferguson
saystho Republican will print the
obituary of tho new enterprise.
Captain "Jaok" Ellis has sent
his lehignation to Washington as a
chief of Indian police of the Chero-
kee nation to take effect July 1. He
joined tho foicc in 1880 and worked
his way to the chieftainship.
The four United states jails' in
the Indian territory will begin con-
btruction July 1. As tbcappropriat
ion now stands they will )) located
at South MoAlcBtcr Ardmore Mus-
kogee and Virilla. Each is to cost
form n Western Labor Party.
Don.'cr May 20 The annual
convention of tho Western Feder-
ation of Minos and the Western
Labor union assembled here today.
There aro 300 delegates represent-
ing more than 100000 workers in
the Western states and in British
Columbia. Tho two organizations
Work in harmony but tho convent-
ions meet apart both in secret ses-
sion. A maBB meeting will bo held
tonight at which Eugene V. Dcbbs
is expected to outline his programo
foi tho participation of labor uuionB
111 politics. The leaders of both or-g.-umatio'ns
have declared for social
ism and propose to form political
parties in all tho Western states
composed of members of organized
labor.. Thomas I. Kid third vice
president and Frank Morribon secre-
tary of the American Federation of
Labor aro in the city for tho pur-
poso of securing a hearing before
the two conventions and endeavor
ing to adjust tho conflicts that havo
occurcd between tho Western or
ganizations and tho American Fed-
1 m 1
There are only "10 farmeis in
Oklahoma that own sheep.
Decoration Day May 30.
Let everybody attend tho Decora-
tion day exercises to bo held in tho
grove west of town. A good pro
gram has been picpared so let eve-
ryono como out and help make it an
enjoyable event. Exercises to com
mence at half past ten.
Invocation Rev. MetliYin.
Greetings from tho Ladies' Circle
of tho G. A. R Mrs Hutchins.
Greetings from tho churches
Greetings from -nitG.jr. U.
bong Male quaitette.
Giectings from tho Commcicial
clult Mr Hammond.
Greetings from the Philomathic
club Mrs. Hume.
Song by the public school.
Greetings from the missionary so-
Recitation Miss Campbell.
Giectings fiom the oountyollici-
als Mr. Campbell.
Song Misses Guy and Mahan.
Address "Sons of Vcteians"
Song Male quartette.
Greetings from tho Knights of
Pythias lodge Mr. Ballmgcr.
Greetings trom tho German be-
nevolent society Col. Glitch.
Recitation Miss Wheatlcy.
Song Malo -quaitette.
Greetings from tho W. O. W.
Address Father Isadoie.
Giectings from tho Aid societies
Song by tho public school.
Greetings fiom tho Bar associa-
tions Judge Ciuin.
Greetings from the Oddfellows
Song Malo quaitette.
Recitation Miss Rcid.
Greetings from the M. W. A.
Greetings from the Press Mr.
Greetings from tho Masons Mr.
Song Male quartette.
Oration Mr. Fait.
The assessment rolls for tho city
of Anadarko and the entire county
aro now complete and are open to
tho public. All poisons having
grievances must file same with the
assessor on or before tho last friday
in May 1 002. A. W. Koontz
The Dcmoorats of the fourth
ward will meet in Hall next door
west of McCarthy's grocery store
Saturday night May 31 for the pur-
pofo of selecting a committeeman
and fivo delegates to tho county
conventions J. C. Ridgell Com.
FOR SALE or TRADE House
and lot in Mena Ark. aW 100 acres
land on K. C. & S. Ry. ncar Mena
will sell or trade for Oklahoma
property personal or real. B. II;
Randolph Anadarko O. T. 105tf
Reward Any ono furnishing any
information aa to tho whereabouts
of Maud James who was last seen
near R. R. Bridge west of town
about 1 o'clook p. m. Monday even-
ing will bo liberly rewarded. She
wore a whjtc bonnctt dark mother
hubbard dress black slippers bluo
eyes and dark hair ago 20 years
and weighed about 120 pounds.
Vddreps the Sweid Core Donr-Tal
Anadarko 0. T 221tf
Dy Indian Pupils of St. Patrick's Mis-
sion. Thursday Miy ao 190a at
8:00 P. M.
A. M. I). G
Greeting Glco GU1
Military Salutatory Intormcdiato
Krismus Night In tho Quarters
Mm lo Ivonnn
Brush tho Frowns Away . Song
Recitation. John Little Chief
Framo Drill Senior Girls
Furmor and Dudo nialo"iio
Dnnlol Doon and Andrew Chandler
Llttlo Goldlo SoniT. Lizin Kruno
Tl.-nwlmr TflcLrc ... .
-';ji;Har".'"i-i . . . lMinilllS
LlttuT?!: Charles Saho
Topsey Tur y Drill. . Tot-.
Baby's Fhst Tooth Vlucont Johnxcn
Four Coons Song Four Bojs
A Mortifying Mistake Fannin Konoo
Our Baby Mathilda Grey Mountain
ALcctuiu . Thto. Groy Moutit.wn
Lily and Rose March Gitls
What I'd like to 1 e 8 Little Gii Is
When I am Big Hsan Mollnn
Train to Mamo Dialogue Tin co Pupils
I'tirowull Soug and Addiess Chorus
Sacred Ilcuit Hymn "Night Folds her
btan Curtains Round"
Tho proceeds of this entertainment
go to tho benefit of tho Catholic church-
Wm. M. Cioss who is tho Democrat-
ic nominee for. dolegato to congress
was born in 1847 in tho state of Ten-
nessee. When a lad of 14 lie entered
tho Confedorato army and boned three
years with distinction to himself and
credit to the cause iu which ho enlisted.
His father was an olllcer In tho Con-
federate army was wounded at the
battle of Shiloli anil tho youth was
named bv tho commanding olllcer to
sopcrato tho Confederate and Federal
dead and bury them. In 1I10 dis-
charge of his painful dutj it was Mr.
Cross' sad oxpeiienco to tind among
tho dead his own father wenilngtho
epaulets of an olllcer iu the Coufedci it
army.. This biavo young man and his
nssnclntps oirpfully buried h!- fV ur
beneath a majestic tree to designate
the bpot that in coming yeats tho body
might bo taken back to tho htato of
Tennessee for it final rosting j lace.
At tho closo of the vr tho romovnl
was consummated as designed mid the
noblo purposo of tho noble j outb w as.
fulfilled to the letter.
At tho closo of tho war Mr. Cross
returned homo and attended school for
a while but thecaro and responsibility
01 a widowed mother and family en-
gaged his first and manly thought and
tho sterner realities of life wero forced
upon him to tho exclusion of better
educational advantages and after a
few short months at school ho began to
assume tho duties of real life in tho
mercantile business. So proficient was
ho that ho was soon made trailing
salesman which business ho has con-
stantly pursued representing the best
commercial houses in tho country In
the center west. For the past six years
Mr. Cross has been tho accredited
confidential represenatlvo of Swollord
Bros. Dry Goods Company of Kansas
City with headquarters at Grand Avo
nuo Hotel Oklahoma City. Mr Cross-
is tho embodiment of good nature and
generosity. As a salesman ho has
mado a marked success and commands
probably tho ruosi liberal salary of any
man In similar business on tho road in
tho country hilt so generous is hi
that hLs big salary has been divided
among his fellow men. His distin-
guishing foaturo has been closo appll-
cattoa to business which has brought
to his vnployors SuolTord Bros of
Kansas City an enormous trade among
tho best of Okuhoma's leading merch-
ants. So popular was Mr. Cross that
ho camo near being tho choice of tho
domocratio convention for delegate to
congress In 1000. But ho took defeat
gracefully and went lnlo tho campaign
forjudge NefT with all his manly Jgor
showing that thoro was no ruc! thln
as "sulking' In tho makeup of tho
choice of tho Enid convention and goes
Into tho campaign oi iw& with U.osol
id support of 0. united constituency .
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Shaw, Preston P. Anadarko Daily Democrat. (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 221, Ed. 1, Wednesday, May 28, 1902, newspaper, May 28, 1902; Anadarko, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc81835/m1/1/: accessed November 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.