The Daily Democrat from Anadarko, Oklahoma on February 23, 1903 · Page 3
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MiWMMiipijHrf WttthiHititttmiWMmfa WANTI D - vT - OPsfC 10,000 People iiv Caiddo Couaiy to Biy Winter Goods to maike R,oom for a. Big Spring Stock. 3. 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. HAKPER-FREELIN i e HOFFMAN'S Will bo headquarters all week for fruits and sugar sweets. Wo liavo advantage in tho fruit and confection business over our competitors, cosequently its to your advantago to buy at HOFFMAN'S '??r- ...LOCAL NEWS... H W. Davis is in tho city to day. Get your bread and cakes Anadarko bakery. of tbo 04tf Mrs. Jas. B. Collins is visiting in El Reno. Low excursion rates for the Mardi Gras via tho Choctaw. L. E. MoKnight made a busi noss trip to Lawton today, For McAlistor fancy lump coal, call up C. H. Karam, phono'43. Try us onco for coal. Anadarko Gin Co Phono 148 TO Takon up A black and white spotted hog. Joo Conly. e30tf J. E. Hareton and little son, of Sickles, are in tho city today. Look out A car of buggies coming. Duncan & Leonhard. Elegant residence property for sale, a bargain ReccoAgenoy. t2 Fino chocolate and home made candyat tho Anadarko bakery. OHf Bain Wagons, Anchor Buggies coming for Woimer & Sons 151tf Ballinger & Slurgls, 1?AWYKHS. Over Nutloutil Dank of Anuiliirko. Aoudarlco, OUla. Mrs. M. F. Bakor is visiting Miss Cauddel, . of Hobart this weok. C. II. Kamra has just receive two car loads of McAlistor fanoy lump coal. Phono 43. 120tf Seo E. D. Williams for Insurance. Real Estate and Farm Loans. OOtf. G. A. Hanna, of Apache, was a business visitor in Anadarko today. For sale Ladies ticket to St. Joseph Mo. Good until Feb. 24. Inquire at Democrat office. 148t0 Juht received a car of John Doer plows. 133tf Duncan & Leonhard. Tho City Steam Laundry does first class work at reasonable prices. 137 -tf Patronize home institutions. The City Steam Laundry is roli- ablo. 157-tf Dr. B. K. Wood was a Chicka-sha visitor tho latter part of last week. WaitlThoy aro coming, a car of implements buggios& Wagons at Wqimer &Sons lSltf Miss Ella Oldham wont to El Rono today, and will roturn tomorrow. Wo want your coal trade. Call us up, phono CO. 70tf Missouri Lumber Co, Miss Faith Campbell camo up from Ft, Cobb to spend Sunday with homo folks. Miss Minnio Bilderback, who teaches in Dist. 35. was in tho city Saturday. Goo. E. Dole, of Bingor, was in tho city today, and subscribed for tho Democrat., Chas. A. Georgo, clork at tho Agency, was a caller at tho Democrat office Saturday.. Mr. Clyde Thompson is mov-tng today into tho houso formoly occupied by Mr. Matheny. J. C. Stolzner, the tinner, has an interesting ad in this issuo of tho Democrat. Look it up. D. II. Dunn, who lives about 0 miles southeast of Anadarko, was in tho city on business today. D. Vollmer, who lives about five miles northwest of tho city, was an Anadarko visitor today. Joo Conloy mado . business trip to Lawton, Snyder and Hob-art, tho latter pnrt of tho week. Dr. J. C.Diss, tho optician, will bo in tho city Fob. 24 to 20. Headquarters at Dinkier Drug Store. 153t4 Judge Ahrends is seriously ill with typhoid fever, at their home in tho Bradford & Davidson building. Mr. Will Hudson purchased tho residenco property of Mr. J. T. Moore, on west OHa. Ave. Saturday. For Salo Cheap Upright Kingsbury piano. Only been used a short while. Good as now. Apply at onco to Citizens National Bank. 149 Tf Mr. II. C. Loudormilk, engineer in tho Arraphoe Indian School at Darlington, spent Sabbath with his family. You had hotter buy your coal whoro you can get tho best at tho lowest prico. Anadarko Gin Co. Phono 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. LoiiJ Horn Whiskey AT Rosa P. Fants. Tho City Steam Laundry returns your clothes to you as fresh and clean as soap and water can mako them. Try us: , 137-tf O. H. Geagan A Co. Real Estate. Relinquishments, school land, oity property, rentals and collections. 5th street between Broadway and Main. 68tf Don't fail to visit Russolls Art Studio when in need of fine photos. Ho has the prettiest place in town. 129t0 Mrs. Dunlap, of Logor, O. T. arrived in tho oity yoetorday, for a visit with her fathor, Dr. B. K. Wood. Miss Elizaboth has a school in Monsoll, vhi. tho country, spent Sunday with hor pnronte in tho city. MoAlister Fanoy Lump coal S0.50 and 87.00 por ton. Anadarko Gin Co, Phono 148 TO Mr. Ed. N. Kaisor, purchased this morning Lot 0, in block 39,of JossoB. Kemp of Oklahoma City, consideration S150. Mrs. Grant Brown, of Lawton, who has boon visiting tho family of Georgo Koolor, roturnqd to hor home this evening. Jamos Pearson returned Sat urday from a wook's visit with his daughtor, Mrs. A. D. Rob erta, of Mountain View. A suit for trespass and damages, Honry Woloh, vs, Kiowa Paddy, will bo hoard in Justico Starkweather's court tomorrow.. Wo must got rid of our boating stoves to mako room for spring goods. Wo will soil them rogard-loss of cost for tho next thirty days. Duncan & Leonhard. tf Row Lillie, pastor of tho M. E. church, presented tho names of ton now applicants for member ship, by letter, Sabbath morning. Tho Baptist Ladies will moot Tuos"day afternoon with Mrs. Nowton on East Boundary St. All invited. Mrs. A, C. Wheatly, Sec'y. J. S. Browne, of Chickasha, a member of tho Stophenson-Browno Lumber Co., is in tho city on business today. Miss Bruns, who has been spending tho winter with her sis-tor, Mrs. Jno. O. Burgett, re turned a few days ago, to her homo in Illinois. A suit was filed in Judge Gish's court last Saturday, by J. C. Howard vs, Miss Gertrude Farmer, for tho recovery of money loaned, caso set for Mar, 5, 1903. Wo have added a dress making department to our millinery store and have secured competent parties to take charge. 154t0 Misses Brownbeck & Dillon Rev. J. C. S. Baird, pastor of tho M. E church south, who has boon on tho sick list tho pust two wooks, is ablo to boon tho streots again. For Rent Land in largo or I small tracts. 040 aores in cultiva tion, ono inilo from town. For particulars soo poo. W. Ford, at Ford Bros. Commission House 3t Our Mr. Duncan has just returned from Kansas City where ho purchased a car of the finest ouggies and surnos that ovor camo to tho now country. Como and see them. Ho bought thorn right and wo will sell them right. Duncan & Leonard. 133tf Mr. Levi Oclo returned last Saturday from Now York, where ho has boon selecting goods for tho spring trade. Mr Oglo has excellent judgement and. good taste in making purchases and as ho always buys extensively, his customers will undoubtly bo pleased with his selections. II. A. Price and wife, of Ev-oroat, Kane, aro visiting in the oitythisweok. Mr. Prico is a brother of W. W. Prioo, deputy Co. olM,nnda brothor in-law of W. II. Smith, tho druggist.. II. T. Mayfield. of Montana, is here on a visit to his uncle, A. C. Bilderback, who lives about throo miles south of town. Mr. Mayfield is desirous of investing in land suitable for a cattle ranch. Tho Ladios Aid Society of tho Christian church will moot noxt Wednesday at 2:30 p. m., with Mrs. MoAninoh. All uiombors are earnestly roquoslod to attend, as business of importance will be attended to. Notice To Contractors. The following scale of wageu bus been adopted by B. M. I. U. No. 7, of Anadarko. Brick layers, 02 1-2 cents an hour; stonemasons, 45 cents an hour. Eight hours to constitute a day. This scale to take effect March 1 1003. B. M. 1. U. Anadarko, O. T. To the Mnrtli (Iras. Como and trip it as you go, On tho light fantastic too. The Choctaw, Oklahoma A. Gulf RR. will sell oxoursion tickets at ono faro plus two dol lars for tho round trip, February 17, 18 and 19, limit for roturn, February 28, subject to extension. Ask your ticket agent about it. OPERA : HOUSE One Night. Thursday Feb. 26. RiclvardsPrinles Famous Georgia Minstrels 40 PEOPLE 40 BANDS 2 Friday Feb. 27 TWO JOLLY ROVERS, A play of pure Irish wit, Superb Military Band and Orchostra. Watch Repairing Is my business and I give careful paintaking attention to it. . I 'give special attontion to repairing of fine watches, the kind that need extra careful adjustment. I try to have my work givo satisfaction, such as will win tho confidonco of all who leavo their watch repairing with mo I want you to fool that when you leave your watch with me for repairs tho work will bo dono to the best of my ubility and in a competent manner, H.E.Sntter, Leading Jeweler Anadarko, Okla. MERCANTILE COMPANY. ?4??vJ?9g? & Myour own Price ..FOR.. DAYS. My entire FVR NITV A Chance to save Few Chairs from 25c up Rockers from $1.00 up Dressers from $5.00 up Bedsteads all sizes, kinds and prices. Somo ologant Lounges and Sofas that must go atonoe. Como and seo my stock. KAHL PREGEft Opposite Post Office. ?4?? FARM LOANS - MoRey t Wo aro now prepared to loan privato money on good farms and will meet any rate mado by loan companies. Principal and interest pay ablo at our olllco In Anadarko. No rod tape. Ono note and ono mortjaj;o. No delay. Seo us boforo you arranpo for a loan. Offico north sido Court Houso, Anadarko, Okla. ATTOItNBYS-AT-LAW. ! REMOVALS ALE. 1 On account of our moving" to larger and more spac ious quarters, all goods will be sold at a sacrifice. NO HUMBUG BONAFIDE SALE Youngheim Clothing Co, Caddo Co. S$? 95999$?9$? fc stock of money. Prices: Here are a 4? I? :? ?$? tysfctysfesfcty Morris & Lange, 1 iPLJIL Anadarko, Okla. 1

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