Anadarko Daily Democrat. (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 174, Ed. 1, Wednesday, March 18, 1903 Page: 3 of 4
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New Ingrain Car- j
pets cut to match
and fit the floor
15c per yd up.
171-2C to 30 cents
Wo ask the Public to call and inspect our stock of
Carpets and Mattings and got prices boforo you
purohaso. It is no trouble to show goods.
HarperFreelin Mercantile Co.
North of Court House Square.
Drink "Montocarlo" in winter.
F. E. Ponn & Co. Real Estate
Drink "Montocarlo" in sum
doos this Shuto tako
"Montocarlo" the year
a shuto at tho rabbit
Mortgage blanks for salo at
Hoffman will koap ioo oroam
from now on.
Final proof blanks can bo had
at this office
Mr. J. T. Moore of Ison is in
Drink "Montocarlo" at Hoff-
man's soda fountain.
Remember tho high school
oratorical contest Friday night.
W. R. Sanford of Ft. Cobb is
in tho city today.
Pino chocolate and homo made
candy at tho Anadarko bakory
For McAlistor fancy lump coal
all up C. H. Kamm phono 43.
Call for a lag each time at
Ho ff mans fountain.
Gut your bread and cakca
Bollinger & Sturgls
Over National Uanlc
C. II. Kamm has just receive
two car loads of McAlistor fancy
lumncoal. Phono 43. 120tf
Save up your tags from Hoff-
man's soda fountain they will
bo of value.
Tho City Steam Laundry does
first class work at reasonable
Valuable presents givon away
at Hoffman's soda fountain save
Patronizo homo institutions.
Tho City Steam Laundry is reli-
Wo want your coal trade. Call
us up phono 00.
70tf Missouri Lumber Co
Tho f arm journals are advocat-
sowing Bermuda grass whoro tho
pasture is poor.
lost Soldiers discharge paper.
Return to Nathan Long Ana-
darko Hotel and recoivo reward.
For rent Two office rooms in
tho Campbell building(briok)on
Broadway. See Dr.Campbol.lOltf
Gordon Deovora of Hobart is
visiting Ward Samples of this
Shuto up down straight
crooked or any old shuto just so
you shuto a shuto at tho shutin'.
Bedsprings mattress and one
pair of good pillows S5 at The
Anadarko Furniture and Hard-
ware Co. 132tf
Two hundred Continontal ten
cent cigars givqn away at Toploy
Wigwam Saloon tonight. Call
and got one free.
P. E. Ponn & Co. Farm Loana.
Mrs. G. E. A. Smitn is moving
into tho Jones proporty block 35.
Harry Millor made a trip to
Oklahoma City tho first of tho
Ray Humowont to Caldwoll
Kans. yostorday to attend tho
wedding of his cousin.
Mr. DoBord rohirnod to his
homo at Parry yostorday ov-
oning. C. B. O'Dolland Charlos Jonoa
wont to Cuslor Co. today to sur-
voy town sitos.
Two hundred Continontal ton
cent cigars givon away at Toploy
Wigwam Saloon tonight Call
and got one free.
J. G. Droior who livos south-
wost of tho city was in today
and subscribed for tho wookly
Tho City Steam Laundry re-
turns your olothos to you as
frosh and oloan as soap and wa-
ter can mako thorn. Try us.
Joo Simpson.of Oklahoma City
roprosonting Scarff & O'Connor
was transacting businoss in Ana-
For rent Large cool furnish-
ed rooms in privato rosidenco.
Mrs. M. M. Smith West Broad-
Don't fail to visit Russells Art
Studio when in need of fine pho
tos. Ho has tho prettiest placo
in town. 12019
Got a coupon with each drink
at Hoffman's soda fountain and
after you have 25 coupons you
get a solid gold ring.
Mrs. Sue E. Case has roturned
to McCloud Okla. and will re-
build tho brick hardware storo
that was recently destroyed by
lost Between Hart's grocery
and Mr. Kroning's residence
a ton dollar bill (well worn)
finder please loavo at this offico
and recoive reward. tf
One of the republican can-
didates has taken a mean ad-
vantage of his opponents. He
has resorted to poetry in order to
If vou want to attend tho Pie
Social tomorrow evening and the
W. C. T U. meeting also como
to tho social early.
A. Hartol a farmer living
south of town was In today and
ovidoncod considerable good
judgement by subscribing for tho
weokly democrat. Our paper
is a favorite with tho farmers.
Attornoy S. B. Sturgis return-
ed this morning from Chickasha
and Cottonwood Grove whoro ho
has been to dispose of a large
amount of corn belonging to the
estate of the late J. S. Pago.
Mrs. MoKnight of Lawton
state organizer of tho W. C. T. U.
is in tho city tho guest of Mrs.
C. A. Cleveland during tho
county convention of tho W. C.
Hon. Dyke Ballingor roturned
to Guthrio yostorday after a short
visit with his family in this city.
He has boon appointed a member
of tho codifying committee to
serve thirty days at a salary of
85 per day.
Mr. H. W. Scott a morohautof
Asher Okla. is is in tho city to
day looking after his proporty
hero. Mr. Scott says "Anadar-
ko looks good" he having boon
here in the daye of Rag Town.
Persons holding school war-
rants registered numbers 383 to
410 inclusivo will pleaso presortt
ihom for payment at onco.
William Roeco Troas It
Honningor & Anton living fivo
milos soth of town aro making
arrangements to put in a sorghum
mill with a capneity of 800 gal-
lons per day. Our f armors should
phint cano this spring as thoro
will bo no trouble in having it
Nathan Long who is employ-
ed as genoral solicitor for tho
democrat received word today
that his fathor who lived at
Treaty Ind. had diod suddenly
of heart failuro at tho ago of 70
years. The democrat oxlonds
sinooro sympathy to Mr. Long in
Tho Oklahoman has coined a
word. In speaking of a certain
.colored woman it says sho is "a
l-4rospoctablo woman" but wo
suppose it was simply anothor
of those typographical errors
which aro continually getting
newspapers into trouble
Make your preparations to at
tend the grand musical ontor-J
tainmont to bo givon tonight at
tho Opora House. Prof. Urban
tho noted violinist will rondor
his choicest selections tho An-
adarko Band will play 1 heir most
inspiring strains and some of our
vocalists will sing their sweetest
songs. Don't fail to attend.
W. I. Lacoy was taken very
ill Sunday his trouble being an
aggnvated form of neuralgia.
His suffering was so intonso that
ho was taken to tho Anadarko
Sanitarium for treatment. Ho
is roportod considerably hotter
Evangelistic services will begin
at tho Baptist church next Sun-
day. Row B. B. Russell of
Clinton Mo. will conduct tho
mootings. Mr. Russell is an
interesting and forcible preacher
and his services hero will bo ap-
preciated and do a great deal of
good. It is to be hoped that
these meetings will bo well at-
tended from tho start.
Attornoy J. M. Dobson of
Enid was transacting legal busi-
ness in tho city yesterday. Mr.
Dobson is a resident of W. H.
Diver's homo town and has only
words of highest praise for Mr.
Divers. He informs us that in
his own opinion tho citizens of
Anadarko will mako a wise choice
if .they elect Mr. Divors as mayor
as ho was recognized as ono of
Enid's most progressive citizons.
All persons having any soda
pop bottles belonging to tho An-
adarko Bottling workswill ploaso
return them to lot 0 block 12 or
phono 101. 171tf
Flower Mission Meeting.
Tho W. C. T. U. flower meet-
ing will bo hold at tho residence
of Mrs. C. H. Douglas Friday
March 20th 1003. An interesting
program has boon arranged and
a very intqrestinT r ting is an-
ticipated. The Cooking Club.
The Wost End Cooking Club
mot Saturday afternoon with
Mrs. J. H. White. Tho chafing
dishes wore brought forward and
several difficult dishes attompted
the results being pronounced a
deoided success. Mrs. White is
a charming hostess and it is un-
necessary to state that tho after-
noon was thoroughly onjoyod by
all. Tho ladies aro preparing to
ontortain their husbands in tho
F. E. Ponn & Co. Insurance?
An Die Deutsche!) Von Anadarko.
In don georgaphiechon Lohr-
buochorn dor nmcriknnisohon
Schulcn. wird das Doutsfhthum
immor als oin fuer Muaik bogois-
tortes beschriton. Die Deutfl-
ehon von Anadarko moegen dies
bokraeftigon duroh massenhaftes
orscheinon in Urbans Concert
Mitwoch Abend Maerz 18 im
The La Ilarpe Kami. Nowh
advertises: "Wanted A perfect
mmi for mayor. Ho must be all-
wiso allprosont omniscient pa-
tient as Job mook as Moses
must turn his cheeks alternately
to bo 'smote' and must not cuss
when kicked. Wo can interest
such a man for a year if he's got
tho stuying qualities.1-' Tho sumo
may bo said in regard to tho
qualifications of a mrtyor for our
oity. While he is probably not
so meek as the above article re-
quires a mayor to be Wm Divers
the Demooratlo candidate for
mayor of Anadarko comes near-
er filling the bill than any one
wo know of.
The Easier Rabbit.
Upon tho White House lawn
Each bright Eastor day
Crowds of littlo children
Join in merry play.
Down tho grassy hillsides
They run with eager cries
Searching for tho Eastor eggs
With shouts of glad surprise
For tho jolly Easter rabbit
Always out for fun
Has left a lovely Easter ogg
For each littlo ono.
Now this Eastor ralibit
Of such great renown
Will leavo some Eastor beauties
For every child in town
With Horndon & Brittontho gro-
cers. If you want to sco tho fun
Jusfshuto tho shutes"on Apr.ll
And you'll soo how its dono.
Rosa. P. Fants
IS THE ONLY PLACE TO GET
Loig Morn Wkiskey
Star Meat Market.
Everything Neat and Clean.
1 fi a AH kiiids of Fresh
fr 2$ and Salt Meats.
John Ruziscka Prop.
East of Lawton Track.
Is my businoss and I give
careful paintaking attention
I givo special attention to re-
pairing of fine watches tho
kind that need extra caroful
I try to have my work give
satisfaction such as will win
tho confidence of all who loavo
their watch repairing with mo
I want you to feel that when
you loavo your watch with
mo for repairs tho work will
bo dono to tho best of my
ability and in a competent
H.E.Sutter Leading Jeweler
Tho lending hardware Iiouro In the
city. Wo carry a full line of hardware
and implements. We don't claim to
be the cheapen house In town for wo
buy tho txi of ovorythlnif so we can
nlve you the beat vnluo for tho nrlco
naked. Wo hnvo had our plok and
have selected the following linen
So odd namely: Great Western
arland Stores and Kaniros.
worlds best John Deoro Plows.
New Molina Wnxon. John Doero
Huggles. Ueerlng Harvesting Mnchln
J. I. Cano Tliresliinif Machines.
We just mention a few lines of goods
we handle to give an idea of their
rTfJ'mf r tnfi Mf Jtnifii arft a
j - - nr - --m
Sou March 1st we shall adopt tho Cush System and soil
Only for Cash. Under this plan wo can f nil will soil you
J goods cheaper than ovor aad we shall oxr-eot to incroaso
n our business very materially. Since wo started herobusl-
VS ness has been very good and wo take this opportunity of
I thanking our customers for pnst patromigo and invito a
J continuanco of the sumo Wo shall contlnuo to sell tho
f IJest goods at lottom price. ono price to all and your
fji child can buy as cheaply as yourself. Wo call your nt-
gf ' tentlon especially to our standard brands of cannod goods
. P. P. O. C. Punch &. llellovue Oil. Fruits Hamburgh
tk New York and Punch Vogotables ColToes and Toas and
ff Uunter Croam Flour.
SMITH & BEALL.
Wo aro now prepared to loan privnto monoy on good
fnnns and will meet any rato mado by loan companies.
Principal and Interost payablo at our omco in Anadarko.
No rod tape. Ono note and ono mortgage. No dolay.
Sue us boforo you arrange for a loan.
Offico north side Court House
Caddo County Land Loan and Investment Company
Williams & Baldwin Managers.
Money on hand to promptly tako
of all desirable farm loans.
Offico 4 doors West 1st Nat'lBank.
Agent for Decker Bros. & Co.
Distributors for Dick Bros. Quincy Beer.
North Sldo C St. near 6th. Anadarko Okla.
I Hammond lias
In Fresh Special Goods. Special shipmont Philadelphia
Shirt Waists Now Waistinge Suitings Skirtings and Trim-
mings at Special Pricos for March. All shoos at cut pricos.
S2.00 shoes S1.50.
S4.00 shoos S3.00.
S1.25 Men's shirts .85.
.60 Mon's shirts .30.
Special lot Mon's fine pants S1.25 Seo our 35c Shirt
waists Embroidorios at 2-3 usual prico Standard calicos
4 1-2 cts.
March is our Special Bargain Month
See us first.
I Hammond Dry Goods Go.
Wo also cary a full lino of
builders hardware nnd 11 n!no
of iueensuaio etc.
It will pay you to got our
prices beforo you buy.
Yours for businoss
aJi tia ntjft iiiP amimtmm
Morris & Lange
jpjt9tt &HPttw&tytfg m jWlyji
9em Good i Plenty
S3.00 shoos S2.25.
$1.50 Joans pants SI. 15.
S3.00 Corduroy " 81.00.
S2.00 " " S1.4Q.
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