Anadarko Daily Democrat. (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 196, Ed. 1, Wednesday, April 15, 1903 Page: 1 of 4
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GET YOUR ICE CREAM AT EARHEARTS.
ANiVDARKO. CADDO CO. OKLA. API.. 15. 1000.
1 i.P'ffTffib i0 i?1& T
Tho reception given yostorday
afternoon by Mosdamos Wolf and
Hudeon in honor of Mrs. Wolf's
sister Miss Hodeckor was ono of
tho most enjoyable incidents of
tho social life of Anadarko. Tho
reception was given at tho homo
' of Mr. and Mrs. Will P. Hudson
corner 2nd. stroot and Oklahoma
Avo. This cozy homo was boau-
tifully decorated with carnations
Easter lilies palms and forns.
Tho guests wore mot at tho
door iby Mosdamos M.M. Smith
II. lif. Suttor and M. N. Gish
who introduced thorn to tho re-
ceiving committoo which was
composed of Mosdamos W. P.
Hudson Frank Wolf G. W.Bak-
or F. E. Gillette and tho guest
of honor Miss Rodeokor. Thoy
wore thon conducted to tho din-
ing room whoro Mrs. W. I. Ma-
thony presided at tho punch bowl
and Mrs. Bort R. Dtr.on and Miss
Maudo Mathony served cakes
Tho guosts began to arrive
shortly after two o'clook and
from that timo until 0 o'clock this
boautiful homo was a scono of
life and gayoty. Mrs. Chas.
Tippio Miss Mary Pallady and
Miss Jessio Piper three of Anji-
darko's swootest singers each
delighted tho audioneo with a
charming solo Mrs. Lovo Beall
played a delightful piano solo
and Miss Whistlor ono of our
most accomplished elocutionists
delivered an especially interest-
ing selotJor. Miss Rodecker
Ura guest of honor also favorod
hor new found frionds with a
vary touching recitation .and tho
' ploasing manner in which she
gavo it denoted unusual ability
and caroful training. Tho cos
TVlomoy Saving Offorin
r.... rfna i a nr-nwrAfA
fc superior stocK togetner
Special India Linen Offerings.
Bought 0000 yards before1 tho rise. Came in Friday on
sale now while this lot lasts. 200 yards 535c quality on sale
at 25 cents.
BOO yards 25o quality on salo at 16dttta. .
1000 yards 20o quality on sale at 12 1-2-conts. 4K
2000 yards 15c quality on salo at 10 cents. ' T
1000 yards 12 1-2 ot quality on salo at 8 1-3 conlfi.
1000 yards 8 1-3 ot quality on salo at 5 conts.
Ready to Wear
Knoh season shows Ladios Ready
to wear garments more popular.
Thia season thoy aro moro elaborate
in stylo and cut porfect fitting and
wo havo an assortment whoro you
can bo ploased in stylo and price.
Blaok all wool Basket cloth skirts
flare boliom with straps and but-
tons only SI. 00.
Good skirts well trimmed well
finished for S2.50 and S3.50.
A full lino of skirts in tho now
colors Tans Greens Greys with
tho now hip trimmings and yoko
effects at S4.50 85.00 S0.50 S7.00
tumes worn on this occasion were
vory dainty and becoming but
owing to laok of space wo aro
able to doscribo only thoso which
woro worn by tho different com-
mittees and those who holped in
various ways to ontortain tho
Mrs. Suttor white point d'os-
prait trimmod with black silk
appliquii; Mrs. Smith black cloth
skirt white pique waist; Mrs.
Dixon white silk waist black
silk velvet skirt; Mrs. Gishblack
voile skirt ovor black silk tan
silk waist trimmod with Porsian
bands; Mrs. Wolf blue silk mus-
lin costume trimmod with black
applique and ribbons; Mrs Gil-
lotto tan mousolin do soi ovor
green silk; Mrs. Bakor black
silk skirt whito taffeta waist;
Mrs. Hudson figured foulard
trimmed with whito chiffon and
ribbons; Miss Rodeckor whito
mull trimmod with black
point laco; Mrs. Tippio lavondor
silk; Miss Pallady white waist
black cloth skirt; Miss Pipor
black grenadine skirt ovor black
silk yellow satin waist trimmed
with whito appliquo ;MissWhistlor
black cloth skirt white embroid-
ered lawn waist; Mrs. Mathony
blaok and whito checked silk shirt
waist suit; Miss Maudo Mathony
blue and groon chock grenadine
trimmed with Porsian appliquo
and point vonico laco.
Tho ladies all agree that this
was ono of tho most delightful
social functions of tho season
and all join in declaring Mos-
damos Hudson and Wolf tho
most charming of hostesses.
Low rates by tho Choctaw
Oklahoma & Gulf R. R. (Rock
Island System) for i5e rational
Assembly of the Cumberland
Presbyterian Church to bo held
at Nashville Tonn. May 2lBt to
29th. Full information from
Geo. II. Leo G. P. A. Littlo
wrHU UfttrUt w mprclin rwl
At .Lt A. J.
tne uest tne largest inc
St. Louis Mo. April 13. Tho
investigation of ohargoB of bood-
ling mado in connection with
baking powder legislation in tho
legislature is being carried in to-
day by tho grand juries in ses-
sion at St. Louis and Jofforson
City. Circuit Attorney Folk un-
der whoso direction tho St. Louis
grand ju-y has boon at work tho
past weok has secured import-
ant information itisboliovodthat
will bo mado uso of boforo tho
Jofforson City body which re-
sumed its sessions this morning.
Folk and Attorney General Crow
who is taking caro of tho Jeffer-
son City end of tho investigation
aro working together and tho
fact that evidence given boforo
tho two grand jurios is availablo
for comparison makes tho situa-
tion sorious for thoso who may
not havo told tho truth
It is stated that perjury indict-
monts may oven bo found boforo
a return of actual bribory indict-
ments. Tho speaker of tho lower
house of tho legislature hold a long
conference with Folk yostorday
and it is understood ho gavo val-
uable information to that official.
A numbor of important witnesses
will bo called by both sidos for
Colonel Pholps railroad repre-
sentative in tho recent legislature
who was expected to bo tho prin-
cipal witness before tho St. Louis
grand jury today did not appear
when that body convened and a
subpoena was issued for tho sher-
iff to servo. Ho '(m in at.' Louis
Sunday and said ho had como
horo to bo a witnoss.
Among the witnesses examined
was Stato Treasuror Williams.
It is understood that ho was
asked whether any S500 and SI -
fcf .ill nt-rnzt clc fl-ia Iiao
J- .. .
most complete in mis country we uui not lorgct uiul
Dimity Summer Muslins in a bewildering array of stylos
and colors suitable for Ladios and Children. Thousands of
yartlB which will however not last long as soon as spring
buying commences. Got your ohoico early. Prices range
2j()o 15o 10c down as low as 5c for dainty pattorns.
White Mercerized Novelties.
A largo assortment of patternB.tolf dot self stripes Damuak-
od pattorns Drosdon figuros prions rango 45o 40c 35o 25c
15c as low as 10c per yard.
MEN'S SHIRTS. Genuine woven Madras Shirts attached
ord.ituchod cuffs guaranteed fast colors each 50c.
.GEO. P. IDE A' CO. Gold and Silver Shirts a full sasort-
mont or spring 1003 styles and colors all sites for email and
hirga men Sl.OO 81.60 and SI. 75.
MEN'S SHOES. Tho Amis) the regular $8.00 $3.60.
The Spolal Clover Brand S4.00 and $4.50.
Thoso roprosont tho highest typo of shoe making uio only
tho best leathers finest workmanship are Union mado and
absolutely porfect fitting.
THE ARISTO CALF at S2.50 is tho host shoo sold for that
monoy. Mado of gonuine good quality Box Calf C. W.
Hand Sowed by far bettor than tho avorago S3.00 shoo.
000 bills in tho possession of tho
legislators had been paid nut of
tho stnto treasurers office and
that he said that thoy had not.
Subpoonas havo boon issued for
United States Senator William J.
Stono Thoodoro Van Ashrroft
and William R. Smith reading
clork of tho last houso.
To Ihnmluc Cnrrlcm.
Washington April 10 The
postoffico dopartmont has made
arrangements with tho civil sor-
vico commission to hold examina-
tions 1 1 all second class post-
offices on tho first Wednesday
and Saturday aftor tho first of
May of each yoar for olorks and
carriers. Examinations for tho
first class officos will be held in
November. Postmasters havo
been instructed to aid in secur-
ing persons to take examination.
They . aro warned not in any
mannor to dissuado any applic-
ants or uso any moanB. direct
to secure positions for spooial
Honolulu Aprjl 14. (By Pa-
cific cable.) Tho county gov-
ormont act which gives into tho
control of tho counties tho man-
agement of county affairs was
passed by tho Sonato today un-
animously and in tho Houso but
ono delegate voted against tho
proposition. Tho now law pro-
vides for a snocial election in
November to bo followed in Jan- i
uary of next year by a general !
chango in tho personnel of coun-1
ty officers. An act known as tho I
territorial act permitting the in-
corporation of eitios by a popu-
lar jx wro also passed.
A Cincinnati young man fig-
ured it out a suro way to got into
Bwoll society is to havo a nose
for publicity and got caught in a
f ow gambling raids by tho police.
t hn irirmov rnitIM hliv.
. . 1 J. J. A.1
Vi hao pli'nty of money to take tare of all desira
ble farm loan. Will
furnish tho money for
hum with partial payment privelogo aftor ono year.
Ynnual interest payable
in tho yoar you may
payable at your own bank.
PL.UM Kr PLUM.
4 doors cast of Post Office
WHITLOCK & CLEVELAND $jt you
Flour En-id IRedl .
The largest flour and feed store in Coddo county
Wholesale or retail at lowest cash price
of National BLnk
nnt wllilm nilfllitv WAS the
A. a. f ;.I-i l.nl.l nnn..!... fa. am..
prices i..u&l uu rignu lu huiu iuninu ...
Our Clothing Dopartmont is known
us houdquartors for correct stylos for
Mon and Boys.
Wo aro receiving additions every
day and all tho nbw things out this
Boason aro found on our countors
For Mon at from
$io to $18.
$i to $6.
Shirts for troys'.
In all sizes Percale printed and
woven Madras with cuffs and collar
attached or separate for
With Mothers friend Bolt
25 and 50 cents.
look aftor tho final proof and
final certificate. Long term
on tho first day of any month
select. Principal and interest
kev note ill irettinir til
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King, H. T. Anadarko Daily Democrat. (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 196, Ed. 1, Wednesday, April 15, 1903, newspaper, April 15, 1903; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc82039/m1/1/: accessed October 20, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.