Anadarko Daily Democrat. (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 147, Ed. 1, Friday, February 13, 1903 Page: 3 of 4
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WAJSITBID - AJT - ONCE
10000 People ii Caoldo Couivty to Biy Winter
Goods to make Rcom for a. Big Spring Stock.
25 and 33 1-3 per cent is an old gag and it don't work In Oklahoma. But when
you can buy Dress Goods 34 inches wide half wool for 12 cents now is the time. We
must make room for spring goods and in order to do so we will give you a bargain.
North Side Court House Square.
Will bo headquarters all week
for fruits and sugar sweets. Wo
havo advantago in the fruit and
confection business over our
competitors cosequently its to
your advantago to buy at
Did you soo tho swell Valen-
tines at'Dinklor Bro's? 141t9
...LOCAL NEWS... I
Bairds for best fruits and can
For McAlisterfanoy lump coal
call up C. H. Kamm phono 43.
R. Z. McAninch mado a busi-
ness trip to Lawton yesterday.
Low oXoursion rates for the
Mardi Gras via tho Choctaw.
' Try that excellent popcorn at
Bairds Confectionery. 138t6
JiL E. Yinger.of Geary Okla.is
in the city on business today.
Dinkier Bro's is headquarters
for all kinds of Valentines. 141t0
Gpt your bread arid cakes of tho
Anadarko bakery. 04 tf
Boy Wanted To do light wo"rk
nt tho broom factory. 144tf
Taken up A black and white
spotted hog. Joo Cohly. o3Gtf
Look out A car of buggies
coming. Duncan & Leonhard.
Find chocolate and homo mado
candy at tlio Anadarko bakery. 04tf
Mr. Forrest Cooper of Yukon
Okla. is in tho city looking after
his business intorcsts.
Wanted A lady cook good
wages to right party. Apply at
oncQ to Coon Hotel. 120-tf
A Republican newspaper is to
bo started at Mountain View by
Messrs. Benedict and Ralston.
Mr. Charles Patterson tho
manager of tho Opera House was
a Lawton visitor yesterday.
" Wanted A good milliner.
Address Box 102 Anadarko.
Just received a car of -John
Deer plow's. 133tf
Duncan & Leonhard.
Mrs. G. F. Gregory and littlo
daughter Elsie are visiting at
their old home in Missouri.
Just received a car of Alderson
fancy lump coal. C. H. Kamm.
Phono 43. 129tf
Wm. Ingles of Atchison
Kans. visitod his son and
wife Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Ingles.
Nice .warm furnished rooms
with or without board at Jno. O.
Tho City Steam Laundry does
first class work at reasonable
The Lawton Ladies' band ar-
rived in the'eity this mbrning on
their way home from Oklahoma
Patronize homo institutions.
The City Steam Laundry is -reli
The Caddo County Times 'an-
nounces that it has quitquarrel-(
ing with its contemporaries. .Ofi
You can get a Valentine ..at
Dinkier Bro's. ihat will bo a Biiro
Song recital Friday nightFeb.
13. A rare treat to those who
appreciate good music.
Clydo and Charles Reed mer-
chants of Mt. View have been
in Anadarrko the greater part of'
Lost Ladies gold watch El-
gin make small chain attached.
Suitable reward for its return to
Mrs. Judge Gillette. 134tf
Tho Citizens National bank of
Lathram has been organized with
D. S. Dill president and Dr. F.
M. Bailey vice prosident.
For first class work and quick
service try tho City Steam Laun-
dry a home institution. Phono
Wo want your coal trade. Call
us up phono 00.
70tf Missouri Lumber Co
You had bettor buy your coal
whero you can got tho besL at tho
lowest prioo. Anadarko Gin Co.
Phone 148. 147t0
Ono faro plus two dollars for
tho round trip for tho Mardi Gras
New Orleans February 18-24
via tho Choctaw- Rock Island.
Tho Citizens Club will meet at
the Court House tonight at 7 :30.
All of those interested in good
government are cordially invi
ted to attend.
Long Horn Whiskey
Rosa P. Fants.
CaUlngcr & Sturgls
Over National Hank
of Anadarko. Anadarko. Okla.
C. H. Kamm has just -receive
two car loads of MoAlister fancy
lump coal. Phono 43. 120tf
Soo Gish Brook fcCo's show
window for a nice China olosot
ordered for a customer. 147tf
For rent Witln or without
meals nice warm furnished rooms.
Jno. O. Burgetts
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Schlitt.who
live eight miles south of Ana-
darko were in tho city today.
See E. D. Williams for Insur-
ance. Real Estato and Farm
For rent A Millinery and
prpssmaking Department in Dry
Goods store on Mam btreet. Aa-
dress Box 102 Anadarko. 139-t4
Coming A oar of buggies and
surries with rubber or steel tires
just as you like. 133tf
Dune in A Leonhard.
R.os& P. Fa.nts
IS THE ONLY PLACE TO GET
Long Horn Whiskey
LOST Somewhere between
Indian 8choole and West Com.
St. A pocket book containing $4
and some cents and two return
tickets to Apache. The finder
leave at this office and receive
reward. T. A. B'urlin.
Mr. D C. Crosby has resignod
his position as assistant book-
keeper in tho First National Bank
arid will engage in tho practice
of law in partnership with his
brother Herbert D. Crosby. Tho
Democrat wishes Mr. Crosby
About 200 more Indians arrived
on the trains yesterday to re
ceive their payments. Hundreds
of - Indians are camped near the
town and thousands of dollars
are being paid tKom.
Wanted Renter for two good
quarter secilbns of land. Good
terms to right party. Address.
J. E. Harston Sickles Oklahoma.
For sale A number of guns
which must be . sold for repair
charges. They are as follow:
3 double barreled shot guns 2
rifles 22 cal. 147t2w
Tho City Steam Laundry re
turns your clothes to you as
iresn ana oiean as soap ana wa-
ter can make them. Try us.
Dr. Winston brother of Mrs.
Kerloy has returned to his homo
in Missouri after a short stay. Mrs.
Kerloy who haB had an attack
of scarlet fever is considerably
O. H. Geagan & Co. Real Es-
tate. Relinquishments school
land city property rentals and
collections. 5th street between
Broadway and Main. 08tf
The fire at McCloud Okla.
the night of tho 11th destroyed a
two story brick building and a
frame building for Mrs. Sue E.
Case of this city. Tho buildings
were well insured.
For Rent or if taken at onco
for sale at a bargain my modern
house. Corner 10th Oklahoma
Avenue. W. W. Price.
Wo aro sorry to learn that Mrs.
Lee Hite who has boon very
sick for sometime and who is
now in Brandon Toxas is not
expected to live. Wo sincerely
hope to hear of a change for tho
better in her' condition.
25 per cent discount on Mad-
ame Yalo remedies. Fine lino.
Orum fc BloYins 3rd door east
Lawton track. 144t0
Before purchasing your spring
implements seo M. E. Seward
who can save you money. Ho
has Bpme special bargains in
John Deero turning plows which
ho sells less than cost. F. O. B.
Kansas City. HOtf.
Ray Love employed in grading
work on tho M. K. & O. Railroad
was killed' yesterday afternoon at
Oklahoma City by Al Burton a
gambler. Tho shooting oocured
shortly after twelve o'clock. Tho
'dead man was unarmed.
Just received another car of
Alderson Fancy Lump coal hot-
ter havo your coal house filled.
70tf. MlSSOUU. LUMBER CO.
You aro invited to come and
inspect our lino of goods boforo
you buy. Our prices aro right.
Duncan & Leonhard 133tf
Mrs. II. F. Ardory and her
pianist Mr. Rupor aro in tho
city today. They will . givo a
song recital at McAninch hail
tonight under tho management of
tho ladios of tho Presbyterian
Rev. Holt returned yestorday
from Randlott where ho has boon
holding revival meetings. Ho
reports tho organization of a
church at that placo and several
additions to tho church. Baptis-
mal sorvicoB will bo held at that
In order to mako room for our
car of gasoline stoves and refrig
erators wo aro closing out our
heating stoves at cost. Our line
is complete. Como and get a
barcain they must go. tf
Duncan & Leonhard.
The Anadarko. Gin Co. havo
one car of bqst McAlister fancy
lump coal thoy want to close out
at once and mako you tho follow-
ing prices $7.00 per ton delivered
to any part of tho city or S0.50 at
the Gin. Satisfaction guarantoed.
Phono 148. 147t0
Don't forget the Song rooital
to bo given by the ladies of the
Presbyterian church on Friday
night Fob. 13. An unusually
interesting program has boon ar-
ranged and a rare treat is t rom-
ibed our oitizons.
Our Mr. Duncan has just re-
turned from Kansas City where
ho purchased a car of tho finest
buggies and surries that ever
cumo to tho new country. Como
and soo thorn. Ho bought them
right and wo will sell them right.
Duncan & Leonard. 133tf
Bob Allen of Mt. View tho
owner of tho gray team which
was stolon by Watanberger tho
horsothief killed at Bluo Jacket
identified his horses tho first of
tho weok and immediately sold
them for S175. Ho has spent al-
most this amount in tracing them
since their disappearance over a
Charles D Bales and Sarah
Dinning both of Chickasha wero
married at sixo'clock Wednesday
evening in tho agents office at
the Rock Island depot by Judge
M. N. Cish. Tho bride arrived
on the Lawton train and groom
who is a trainsman arrivod on
the train from tho West. Tho
trains were held here long enough
for tho marriage ceremony to bo
performed then tho nowly mar-
ried couple left for their home in
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At your own Price
During Bro. BlankeiiBlnp's visit
to whero thoy havo to bo shown
Mrs. Roberts is keoping up tho
high standard of tho Democrat in a
very Ia'dy-liko mannor. Few
towns tho Bizo of Anadarko can
boast of us good a daily paper as
tho Democrat and none much
larger can trot out a better ono.
Thank you brothers of tho pen-
oil. The d.vorago newspaper life
is so full of disagreeable things
that wo-ds of commendation from
competitors aro most welcome.
My entire stock of
A Chance to save money.
Here are a
Chairs from 25c up
Rockers from $1.00 up
Dressers from $5.00 up
Bedsteads all sizes kinds and pricos. Some
elegant Lounges and Sofas that must go at onco.
Como and seo my stock.
Opposite Post Office.
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: FARM LOANS
a ace us ucioro yon arrange ror a loan.
X Offico north side Court House Ma..iV S. !
Anadarko Okla. 1 11101X13 tt WttgG
T ATTOUNEYS-AT-LAW. T
Wo aro now prepared to loan private money on good
farms and will meet any rate mado by loan companies.
Principal and Interest payable ut our ofllco In Anadarko.
No red tape. One noto and ono mortgage No dolav.
See us before yon arrange for a loan.
Lawton Anadarko. Hobart
J&.S. A. Craine Co.
Exclusive Architects and Superintendents.
M. H. MONSELL Local Agent. Anadarko.
A GOOD BAKERY
This is the way This is the new way
This is the only way
To get good frosh Bread Pies and Cakes
Phono 127. I will not solicit trade over
tho oity but will bp pleased to fill all orders.
C. F. UNDER Proprietor.
PAINT THE TOWN
ANY OLD COLOR
With paint bought of DIVERS A
SAYLOR. Thby carry a full line of
Paints Oils Brushes Wall Paper Etc.
ArtistiQ painting a speoialty.
Broadway 3rd door west of P. O.
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Blakenship, L. D. Anadarko Daily Democrat. (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 147, Ed. 1, Friday, February 13, 1903, newspaper, February 13, 1903; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc81996/m1/3/: accessed October 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.