Anadarko Daily Democrat (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 263, Ed. 1, Tuesday, December 1, 1908 Page: 4 of 4
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GANS NELSON FIGHT
Tonight At Dreamland Theatre
An Extraordinary Reproduction of the Fight Taken at the Ringside
Don't Miss It
Illustrated Song: "Cheer Up Mary."
HAMMERT & AYRES
Staple and Fancy Groceries
FRESH MEATS SAUSAGE AND SALT MEATS
Fish in Season Fresh Vegetables etc.
C Street & 6th Phone No. 84.
MAKING THE EVIDENCE TO FIT.
Daily Democrat Office
IS BETTER. PREPARED'TO DO THAT
for you than any other printing
office in the county. We have
competent workmen and turn out
promptly nothing but good work.
LET US FIGURE WITH YOU ON
YOUR NEXT LOT OF PRINTING
Bhe DAILY DEMOCRAT
Okfiob: B. St. between 4th and uth
North of Court House.
Afresh Tender Juicy Meats
Pare Clean Groceries
The Best the Market "Affords AlTbays in Stock
Prompt Delivery Prices Right
Golden State Limited
Is a Train of Comforts
cro is n delightful roominess about its big now ensy-riding Pull-
ns You enn take your choice of drawing-room state-room or
ijoy tho artistic decorations of its uniquo mission-stylo
-ar and tho well-cooked food that is attractively served.
You 'arc pU
for your cnt
' to your wtu
iascd with tho bulTet-library-observation car entirely
ertainment. Thcro is a valet and a barber to minister
its. Electric fans and berth lights a well-stocked
current magazines daily papers and stock market
comforts servo to maki'tho trip seem all too short.
Daily acrvico to L
os Angeles Santa Barbara and San Francisco.
catc Limited is the only train by
Tfcp Golden Sv mg through sleeping car service
ir line afford. and Santa Barbara.
t illustrated book nbout tho
ind California for tho asking.
j. S. McNALtf.
Dlv. rut. W"
Chinaman Was Wllllna to Leave It All
to the Lawyer.
When John J. Uarrott was now at
tho San Francisco bar two Chinamen
ontorod his olllco and retained him to
help prosecute "one velly bad man
Having locked tho retnlnor In tho
safe Mr. narrett Inquired what Jim
Illng had done.
"Him velly bad man" the spokes-
man replied. "Jim lllng kill he wife
Ho live sntno alleyway 'close tho
stieot Me my blothcr both look out
window 'closo alleyway see Jim Ming
'tnbbca wife. Sho dlo light away. Ho
lint You hang Jim Illng?"
Certainly." said Mr. narrett. "But
you must tell the pollco Just what you
Jim Illng kill wife" they began
when tho lawyer Interrupted:
"Yes yes I know; but when you
II st saw Jim was tho knife high up
or drawn low?"
"Hoong yoli goyamou zoou fall goon
quuong gey yoola " the Chinamen be-
gan when Mr. Uarrott ngnln Inter-
rupted: "Answer mo truthfully. Stop con-
Milting. Was tho knife up high or
Tho elder Chinaman looked puzzled.
Restraining tho Impulse to consult his
brother again ho turned n guileless
stare on Mr. Barrett.
"Which you think host?" he roplled
II. G. HARVEY
PRETTY IDEA FOR A WEDDING.
Child Attendants All Attired In
It Is raro than an attempt Is made to
convert a small boy who takes part In
a wedding procession Into somothlng
picturesque. But It has Just beon done
at a smart wedding In London so
brldes-to-bo take notice!
Tho costumes of all tho children
precodlng tho bride wero copied from
a plcturo by Hoppnerr.
Tho costumes of tho girls wero not
remarkable although thoy wero quaint
and charming. Thoy woro thin whlto
frocks In tho Kato Greonaway stylo
with vory short waists long scanty
skirts bluo sashes under tho arm and
bluo ribbon wound In tho hair.
Tho boys woro tho llttlo old-fashioned
plcturo suits with hlgh-wnlstcd
trousers that went to tho ankles mado
of whlto nankeen and palo bluo shirts.
Tho effect was said to bo vory pretty.
Kept Dut Not Used.
Georgo Kayes clerk at tho Fair-
mont who Is English but is ambitious
to outgrow It was discussing tho en
durance coif.est In Judgo Lawlor's
court. "Of course I know you got
your Jury systom from England" ho
snld "and so I supposo I ought not
to criticise It. But this Is n country
of progress and you ought to try to
mnko soino Improvement."
"Suggest one" lntorposed Attorney
Gonoral Lauck who was passing.
"Well you might allow moro leeway
In tho mattor of having opinions
Now If I woro n talesman I should
not consldor It a bar to Jury sorvlco If
I had an opinion. I could lay It aside
whllo tho trial was on."
"And what would you do with tho
opinion whllo It was laid asldo?"
"I would keep It." San Francisco
The First New Women.
In tho Colony club at tea time an
old new woman lighting a clgaretto
'.'Wo now women aro really not so
now us wo think wo aro. In tho thir-
teenth century there were lots of us.
Can anything 700 years old bo now?
"Tbo University of Bologna had for
professor of Jurisprudence Movella
d'Andrln. Sho was no moro now than
beautiful her charms wero so oter-
powering that tho trustees mado her
lecture behind a curtain. When sho
lectured oponly tho studonts tholr
minds wholly occupied with her beau-
ty could not attend to what sho said.
"Madonna Manzollna was professor
of anatomy Matilda Trombonl taught
languages and Mario Magnosl hold
tho chair of mathematics.
"This university was by no means
a second rate ono. On tho contrary
It was perhaps tho leading university
of FuroDC It had 10.000 studonts."
Music By Orchestra
If! ' '' W
THIS LAUELTAND3rOK5' YEA US
i-i a-lOr KNOWINC1 HOCa
When You Are Ready To
Choose Your Fall Suits
you aro particularly invited to make our clothing
room a call. You have to examine several lines to
get posted to be able to judge which is the best. Wo
do the same thing in a larger way to keep up-to-date
All good dressers have the ambition to wear the
best. Wo ask for a chance
To Show You
how superior Stein-Bloch and Sampeck clothing set
off your figure.
IIow much style is put in their make-up; they are
the pioneers of modern High grade clothes and are
still maintaining the lead.
These goods in fit style and quality aro so supe-
rior that they have driven the merchant tailor out
of business except for irregular shaped figures.
Give Us a TryOn
We will not bore you to buy will not have to.
Prices $15.00 to $25.00.
A GREAT SHOE DEFT
at our place. When looking at suits
have Mr. Cargill show you tho new
shoes. It will interest you
EDWIN CLAPP SHOES
$6.00 and $7.00
$4 and $5.00
are tho Two best makes sold. We can
fit all feet .narrow or wideshortor long
to examine our new Tall Underwear
have a great assortment to please tho
MEDIUM WEIGHT RIBBED
UNION SUITS THAT WILL FIT.
$1.00 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00.
LIGHT WEIGHT FINEIWOOLENS
$1.50 2.00 2.50.
If you are particular about your
Underwear be sure and see us.
The Fair Dep.-Store
' Trade Marks
Anrone lending a nkttrh and deicrlptlon mt?
oulcklr aicortaln our opinion free whollior an
Inrenllon li probablr pateiitahlij. Communlea.
tlontitrlcUrrotifldentUI. HANDD0QX onl'ateuti
ent free. Oldeit aiienc? for ecurfnff patent!.
l'alenti taken throuiih Munn A Co. recelro
Uncial nolle without cbreo la the
Ahandiomelrlllmtraud weeklf. Jjuveit cir-
culation or anr clnttfla Journal. Term.. 3 a
eri f our roonttii L Bold l)J oil riewidtal.r..
MUNN fcCo.36'0'" New York
Branch Office. Cb F BU Wuhtogtcn I). C.
9imzzv zibdtraet tfo
Ideat rfbatraet tfcmpanif in tadde tountii
Satnrdaya ohooolate o'eam" 29
oenta a pound nt 8nphenp'n'fl
Drug store. . 254 tf
F. J Callahan has the
most complete line fo
Cook Stoves and heaters
ever brought toAnndarko
It will pay you to se- hn
line before purchasing
your f a I md winter
goods. 197 tt
Railroad Time Table
Ail Trains Daily Eicept As Noted
731 10:15 a. m.
a 733 4:00 p. m.
Nos 733 and 7 34 run between
a 764 ' 9:30 a. m
a 756 6.10 p. m.
a 734 9;30 a. m
a 732...... 6:20 p. m
Olahoma City and Mangum.
4:00 p. m.
-10:25 ak m.
H. G. HARVEY Agent.
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Roberts, A. S. Anadarko Daily Democrat (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 263, Ed. 1, Tuesday, December 1, 1908, newspaper, December 1, 1908; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc82075/m1/4/: accessed November 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.