Anadarko Daily Democrat. (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 214, Ed. 1, Wednesday, May 6, 1903 Page: 4 of 4
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New goods just in from the big market
New York City where all the bargains come
I Bleached fringed Barber Towels striped
ends per doen 45c
Blenched Napkins perdoen $1.25
I 36 inch Black Taffetta Silk good quality
5 per yard $1.00
I Men's Colored Border Handkerchiefs the
I 4-for-a-quarter kind this lot each 5c
Beautiful new CorsetCovers at 40 and 59c
I Hand pa in tod miniature art porcelain pin
1 Shirt waist sets the 50c kind our price 39c
Pearl Shirt waist sets the 25c kind for 19c
Pearl Shirt waist sets the 20c kind for 15c
Extra heavy Sash Ribbon No. 80 the 39c
kind this lot per yard 25c
Ladies' 50c short Kimonas 39c
Ladies' 65c short Kimonas 49c
Extra fine shell back combs the 50c Kind
Good Celluloid back combs the 15c kind
Misses Gauze Pants 2 for 25c
Better ones for each 20c
Don't forget that we receive every few
weeks the new things in Henderson Corsets
the most satisfactory corsets in fit and service
to be had prices from 50c to $1.50
We have the Gloversville silk mills Silk
gloves in lace styles and also in the solid
fabrics. Elbow lengths as well as regular
lengths prices 25c 5oc and up
The Peoples Store
Tho Rock Inland System is
making nn effort to encourngo
immigration into Oklahoma as
well as to interost capitalists and
business and professional men in
In this undertaking it should
hnvo tho activo co -operation of
overy rosidonl for this reason:
tho more peoplo thero are in Ok-
lahoma tho higher tho p-ico of
land will bo and tho greater will
bo tho proHitnriiy of ovory man
and woman in. jt(
Vile plan which will bo followed
is to publish in Eastern farm
journals letters from farmers
and business men who havo mado
money by coming to Oklahoma.
Letters should go into details to
tho oxtont of stating how much
monoy tho writer had when ho
arrived what ho did what suc-
cess ho has mot with and what ho
thinks of that portion of Okla
homa in which ho is located. In
order to preparo such a lottor it
is not necessary that tho writer
should possoss spocial qualifica-
tions as a literary man. On tho
contrary a plain straight-forward
statomont of facts is of much
groator valuo than florid .des-
criptions of climatic and other
Photographs not of persons
but of cattlo food lots growing
crops harvestingoporations olc
can bo used to advantago.
Lottors aro dosirod not only
from farmers and farmers' wives
but also from morchantn school-
teachers clergymon from ovory
one in briof who has a story to
toll and knows how to toll it.
I'ahsougur Trnillc Managor
All persons having any soda
pop bottles bolonging to tho An-
adarko Bottling worksvill ploaso
return them to lot 0 block 12 or
phono 101. 171tf
Attond tho National Assembly
Cumberland Proebytorian ohuroh
Nashvillo Tenn. May 21st to
20th. Ono faro plus S2 for tho
round trip via tho Choctaw
Oklahoma & Gulf K. R.
If you are planning to build a
chimney foundation or sidowalk
you should investigate Liebon-
hoim's patont chomical brick nnd
blocks. Offico with 0. II. Goa-
gan on 5th street between Main
and Broadway. 200tf
Low rates by tho Choctaw
O kjahoma & Gulf R. R. (Rock-
Island System) for tho National
Assembly of tho Cumberland
Presbyterian Church to bo held
at Nashvillo Tonn. May 21st to
20th. Full information from
Gee. II. Leo G. P. A. Littlo
C. II. Kamm has just recoivo
two car loads of MoAlistor fanoy
lump coal. Phono 43. 129tf
Ono faro plus S2 for tho round
trip over tho Choctaw Routo
(Rock Island System) to Sav-
annah Ga. for tho Southorn
Baptist Convention May 7tU to
Write Goo. II. Loo Littlo Rock
Ark. for information concerning
tho low rato to Savannah Ga.
via tho Choctaw Oklahoma it
Gulf R. R. on account of the
Southern Baptist Convention
whioh meets May 7th.
Account Reunion United Con-
fedorato Volerans tho Rock
Island will sell tickets to Now
Orleans and return at SO for tho
round trip datos of salo May 17
to 18th return limit May 24th.
Extension of limit to Juno 15th
can bo had by depositing ticket
with joint agent at New Orleans
on or boforo May 24th and pay-
ment of fifty conts at time of do-posit.
I iMirm Loans rnvato monoy
no company only ono noto ono
mortgage and no inspection feo
Wo loan individual monoy and
havo tho monoy on hand to givo
it to you any timo you want it
today or tomorrow. Wo aro not
promising you monoy at rates so
that tho monoy can notbogotton
and then keep your inspection
fee as a graft. It will not cost
you a ponny if you do not get a
loan and we can toll you as soon
ns wo soo your farm whether or
not tho loan will bo mado. Wo
do oih" own inspecting and can
do it tho day after you toll us you
want tho monoy.
Mounts it Lanoe
Attorneys Anadarko Okla.
Tho "Right Road" to
from and botween
St. Louis Denver
Memphis Colo. Springs
Peoria Fort Worth
St. Joseph St. Paul
Kan. City Minneapolis
and ovorywhoro beyond.
'No. 130 Mail & KxprOss Do. 0:50 p.m.
No. 131 Mail Express 11:50 a.m.
No. 110 Mail Si Express.. Ar.0:-10 p.m.
No. 152 Local frolght.. .Do. 2:50 p.m.
No. 133 Mall fc Exprosq 3:55 p.m.
No. 131) Mail & Hxpross Do. 0:50 a.m.
No. 151 Local frolght Ar3:30 a.m.
No. 151 Mall & Expross Ar. 11:17 a.m.
No. 150 Local froiijht Do. 7:15
No. 120 Mall & Express.. Do.0:45 a.m.
No. 153 " " ..Ar.3:52 p.m.
No. 155 Local freight.... Do.7:00 p.m.
Dally oxcept Sunday. Othors dally
For sleeping car reservations tick-
ets timo tables etc. apply to any
Hock Island TIckot Agent.
E. W. TlIOMl'SON
Asst. Oon. Passongor Agent
Linos West of Missouri River.
Kansas City Mo.
A. V. & A. M.
Moots First nBdTtiMTuoMl&ygot each month
In Mnsoulo Hall Otflo Hutldlnir. nn 11 streets.
VWUIntf brethren oonlUUy Invited.
ClIAS L. KLUH. W M.
M. W. A.
Meets ex err Tuenlnr ulk'ht at t..T0 loMc-
Anlticbllall. I U McK.MOiiT. c r.
I. O. O. Y.
Meets every Wednesday Dlirht In MoAnlnch
Uall. VUttlnir brothers Invited.
W. S. Mou. N. Q.
a. a. a.
Wm. McKlnlcy Tost No. 97. Dept of Okla-
borao G. A. It. meets everr kecond and fourth
Monday evenlnvs In the probate court room at
7 30 J. C.UUCUT.Y. Post Commander.
Sunday May 3rd is tho dato
of tho big picnic given by tho
German Bonovolont Association.
Don't forget it.
O. II. Geagan & Co. Real Es-
tate Relinquishments school
land city proporty rontals and
collections. 5th street between
Broadway and Main. 68tf
HKNHY (1UTS0H OAUt OI.ITSCII
Glitscli & Glitscli
Olllco North of Court Houso
DR. J. W. JONES
Crown ami Brldgo work. Olllco over
Stephenson's Drug Storo.
I. M. ACTON
W. It. ANDIMSON
Contractors and Builders.
Corner 8th oud Broadway
Star Meat Market.
Everything Neat and Clean.
4 j . All kinds of Fresh
e t& and Sail Meats.
John Ruiiscka Prop.
East of Lawton Track.
a. j. Monnis. l. i:. lanoe.
Monms & lanoe
Will practice in all courts and laud
districts. Bustnoss given prompt at-
tention. Notary in olllce.
Boots and Shoes made to order.
U airing neatly done
Cor. of C and Oth streets 54
C. V. LIMING
"W. EC SMITH & fSON
Wo always study to please our Wo carry at all times a corn-
customers and endeavor to sell plcto stock of Puro Drugs and
tho best goods at tho lowest Chemicals Patent Medicines
prices. Perfumery tollctartIclesSoap
C1QAIIS AND ALL DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES.
TIN SHOP AND PLVMBING.
Liming & Pruett
Will (.ractico In all tho courts. Notary
in tho oillce.
Olllco in Shlold Bide; over Tho Fair.
W. I. MATIIENY 11. II. RANDOLPH
County Attorney. Assistant.
Matheny & Randolph
Practice in all courts in thoterrltory.
Commercial business Riven especial
attention. Olllco Campbell building
G. W. BAKER
Gives special attention to criminal
law and civil business. Olllco over
Seibart & Kuisors saloon. Cor. oth
and Broadway. anadauico okla
Geo. C. Campbell
Physician and Surgeon.
Olllco rooms 1 and 2 Camp-
boll Bldg. Calls answered day
Residence Phono 107
Olllco " 100
J. S. NICHOLSON
Special attention given to tho preser-
vation of tho natural teeth and to crown
and brldgo work.
Olllco: Cor. B and "th Sts.
DR. O. D. McCRAY
Physician and Surgeon
Olllco l n Oglo
E. P. HAKEIt
W. W. VAUQUAN
BAKER tfc VAUGIIAN
Ofllco In Citizens Nat onal
CHARLES 11. HUME M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Olllco over National Bank of
Anadarko. Residence corner
2nd and South Boundary.
Phone Olllco 05 Residence CO.
Do all kind of Tin
Copper and Sheet
Solo Agent for Samp-
son and Ideal Wind
Mills and tho Genuine
Buckeye Forco Pumps.
Has no Equal. Works
easy and throws a con-. J
stant stream and Nevor '
freezes. Ovor 300000 In
uso giving univorsal satis-
faction. Hand pumps Windmills
Top pumps Shallow and
dcepwoll pumps Casing
and tubular well pumps
Spray and tank pump3
Houso and sistcrn pumps.
JL C STBLZNER
A Street near Ice Plant Anadarko Okla.
Mi n l i ii i r).Ait.wTi xrrrxm m
we have a large stock of
(omeut Lime Sidewalk
McAlister Coal Colorado Coal Smith-
ing Coal. Our grades are the best our
prices as low as onyone.
Call and See us or
StephensonBrowne Lbr. Co.
LOCAL TREASURER AND AGENT FOR
The Aetna Building and Loan Association
Collections Real Estate and Rentals
School Furniture and Supplies
The Reece Agency
415 MAIN SRREET.
AGENTS FOR THE
Aetna of Hartford Citizens of Missouri Man-
chester of England and Mercantile of Bos-
ton Fire Insurance Companies.
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King, H. T. Anadarko Daily Democrat. (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 214, Ed. 1, Wednesday, May 6, 1903, newspaper, May 6, 1903; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc82053/m1/4/: accessed February 15, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.