Anadarko Daily Democrat. (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 77, Ed. 1, Wednesday, November 26, 1902 Page: 1 of 4
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
Anadarko Daily Democrat.
ANADARKO CADDO CO. OKL.A. NOV. 20 1902.
Warm weather has left too many cloaks in some stiles
which we cannot afford to carry rather sell them at a loss
now while you can get a full season's wear out of them.
Don't wait until the end of the season as is usual.
We have 6 Gray Raglans
late style tight fitting backs
54 long more of good gray
Melton. When we bought
this fall we considered them
a bargain at 5.00. The wea
ther beat us you can have
Four Raglans made of
extra good quality Melton.
Body lined With black silk
were marked to sell at $8.00
$12.50 Automobiles in
light Tan effects with yoke
effects reduced to
About 12 Automobele
coats. The stylish 3-4
length. More of best all
wool Kersey Stitched raw
edges large pearl button
lined throughout with best
mercerized lining a strictly
up-to-date coat. We have
them in Castor Tan and
Black were 8.50 and 10.00
to close out
Do vou want
r to make a Christ
mas present jof
a nice fur collar
we have all styles
long and short
trimmed with 2
3 up to 5 tails
from 98c to $15
If you wish to
pick your gar-
ment out now we
Inv if nwnv for
6- '" J
t LAUNDRY SERVICE ANDJ
j TOWEL SUPPLY.
Something to fill a long felt want. The Lawton Steam
Laundry. Jones & Sons proprietors hao established a
branch office and complete laundry service and first-class
work guaranteed. Daily shipments will bo made work
phono service in connection. Olflcos business houses sa-
loons etc. furnished with towel supply. Charges reasonable
gnsirotssi Claude Darrow fflgr. I
stnrp. R street.
store B street.
Phone 28 Anadarko Okla. Three doors east postofflcc
Paints Oils Glass Etc. Fine line of Perfumery CigarB
LEADER. SHOfc STUKJ!
The onlv exclusive shoe store. The only expert shoo
man. The only retail shoe man. Knows whole stock
from split leather. 25 years experience. You can
not make a mistake by buying of us. All rips sewed
free of charge.
iLeader Shoe Store;
B St. Anadarko Okla.
tVjAAJ'Nf I'M" '
When tho harvester's joyful work is done
At tho close of Autumn days
How blessed with kindred and friends to join
In a Thanksgiving Hymn of praise.
J 4 J
Rich daily blessings from our Father's hand
Will bo tho theme of our hymn
To our heart and homes without limit they come
And joy fills each cup to the brim.
' Bountiful harvests His gift from the soil
And fruits from tho orchards most rare
Tho peach and apple and cherry and plum
Tho fruit of the vine and tho pear.
Corn golden and white in abundance he gave
From many a broad aero field
Tho cotton and meadow with beauty and wealth
Their riches and pleasure to yield
From unmeasured tanks flowed an endless supply
Of light giving gases and oil
And numberless ore-laden veins of tho mines
Shared comfort with thousands who toil;
3 rt qjtI
And better by far from His storehouse above
To sustain and cheer on tho way
A priceless gift our Father's love
Unfailing and helpful each day.
We must not forget as wo bring our thanks ...
For blessings the old and the new
That tho thankful heart is the giving heart
Always loving loyal and true.
CITY MEAT MARKET
llammcrt & Thralls.
The "City" supplies you eatablos lino
Here you Hud meats and grocery lino
lixcellent fresh meats roast stonk and chops
Cured moats O K lard Unit tip top
In hero you will find n grocery stock
Tho assortment complete prlcos bedrock
You find all tho staples toas colleo and spices
Many patrons como hero for lowest of prices
And canned goods arc hero buch as ou wish
Roliablo brands in meat fruit anil fish
Keep track of tho City for excellent dish
Every trado at "Tho City" proves it is truo
That money spent hero saves money for you
FARM LOANS z
I am now prepared to loan private money on good farms
and will meet any rato made by loan companies. Prin-
cipal and interest payablo at my olllco in Anadarko. No
red tape. One- note and ono mortgage. No tlolay. Seo
mo before you arrange for u loan.
Office north side Court House k j MADDIC
Anadarko Okla. AJo " UKiVlO
3QtlVvw-Wlj- Wy- ttVVXvojVWI
Commercial Club Meeting.
There was a very enthusiastic
meeting by tho members of tho
Commercial Club last night. Tho
president and Vice President
both being absent L. D. Blank-
enship was selected for tempor-
ary chairman J. C. Richey the
secretary of the club read tho
minutes of tho last meeting which
were approved. Several import-
ant subjects of interest to our
citizens were discussed among
them tho improvement of the
wagon roads leading in to our
city. The question of trying to
secure another R. R. for Ana-
darko was also discussed. A com-
mittee of three were appointed by
the chairman composed of Messrs.
Crosstnwait Pfaff and Ford to
take up the site for an elevator
with the R. R. company and Mr.
Linzee and try and secure a site
that will be agreeable to tho com-
pany and to Mr. Linzee. It will
be remembered that the site se-
lected by the R. R. Company for
Mr. Linzee to erect tho ele-
vator on is in tho center of 7th
street crossing tho R. R. This is
a step in the right direction. It
is not to the interest of the Rock
Island R. R. to have this elevator
erected in the center of tho street
neither is it to Mr. Linzees or
tho cities interest So we hope
that a site will be selected that
will be satisfactory to all con
cerned. We need an elevator
and wo need it now. We also
want a canning factory Oil Mills
Lumber Mills a factory that will
buy all the broom corn that is
brought to our city. Wo have a
broom factory here that employs
six men and turns out 16 dozen
brooms each day and wo are
glad they aro hero and will assist
it in every way we can but they
are unable to handle all tho Broom
corn that is brought hero. Our
business men must awake to the
conditions that exist. We are
loosing thousands of dollars worth
of trado that belongs hero on ac-
count of tho roads being so bad
that tho products of tho farms
cannot be hauled here. Next
Rev. L. Hi Holt
Tuesday night'' December the 2nd
is The time for the election of
officers for tho ensuing year.
Nominations for President of tho
club were made last night as
follows. Messrs. Pfaff Crosth-
wait Ogle Brown Thompson
Ballinger and Diver. Let every
business man attend tho meeting
Dec. 2nd and elect good officers
and help to make the Commer-
cial Club what it should be a
live working organization al-
ways having the best interests of
Anadarko at heart.
Big Dinner at The Windsor.
The Windsor Hotel have made
arrangements to serve a Thanks-
giving dinner tomorrow which
undoubtedly surpass anything
in tho way of big dinners ever
served by this justly popular ho-
tel. Tho bill of faro will includo
all tho choice dishes customary
for these big holiday dinners and
as tho Windsor is famous for its
good meals on ordinary occas-
ions this bids fair to be some-
thing extraordinary. Those who
are unable to take Thanksgiving
dinner at homo will certainiy find
plenty of things to be thankful
for on tho bountifully supplied
tables of tho Windsor Hotel.
Commercial Club Banqnct.
Every citizen of Anadarko
should attend the Commercial
Club Banquet tommorrow night
at tho Windsor Hotel. A splen-
did program has been arranged
and tho supper will bo tho best
over attempted in tho city. By
helping tho Commercial Club
you help yourself.
For Christmas Presents.
I have just received a largo in-
voice of everything in thef urniture
line that I am selling very cheap
and if you want to make your
wife or sweet heart a Christmas
present of a nice Rocking Chair
it will pay you to seo my stock.
Call at once. Anadarko Furnt-
tura Co. Thos. Watkins Prop.
Miss Anna Groseclosea charm-
ing young lady of Hobart is
visiting Miss Ruby Collins.
we have a large stock of
Cement Lime Sidewalk
McAlister Coal Colorado Coal Smith-
;oai. uur grades are the Dest our
:s as low as onyone.
Call and Sec us or
StephensonBrowne Lbr. Co.
G. 1- KALSTON PH01.
located everything first-class rates $2 por day.
Cor. fith and Main Streets.
The Reece Agency
Office on Main St . ono Wools North
of Court House
Buys warrants and bonds collects and remits money buys
sells and leases farm and city property on small margin.
Does all kinds of notary work writes contracts deeds etc.
Surveys and appraises property and guarantees descript-
ion and valuo of property negotiates surety bonds and
farm loans. Agent for Victor safes and school furnlturn
and supplies. .Loans money with which to erect buildings
is local treasurer and agent for Aetna Building and Loan
Association. Agent for tho Aetna Tho Manchester of
England and the Citizens Firo Insuranco Comnatiies.
WE HAVE IT!
Suits overcoats Shirts
Underwear Hose Hats or
Shoes. And the finest
line of Neckwear for
Thanksgiving' you ever
Come and See Us
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
Blakenship, L. D. Anadarko Daily Democrat. (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 77, Ed. 1, Wednesday, November 26, 1902, newspaper, November 26, 1902; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc81942/m1/1/: accessed April 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.