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DEPARTMENT STORE IDYL.
Rmlilrii l)r'ri'iic In the I'i-Ici .takril
fur m Veil tt Cnic, find lf
Col.. I. T. Oreen C L. Saeliett
Grccix h Sackeit
"It did me good Jint to ce tlicm."
Die Mont inleswnntnn wild to the fit
ter, ns the two mot nt lite drawer
wliere they wit putting nxny tliln,
if Into tin' New York Tout.
"See who?" thu Jitter replied, In her
"That conplo thnt went out of hert
just now. You m wit hnc noticed n
hip, nwkwnnl countrjmnn nnd n jrlr)
rigged out In ohenp feather nnd rne
ribbon llnd n natehel with them"
"Ilellevo I did oe thtlli," wild the
fitter "A brldul pair?"
"Going to he. About the flrut of the
mouth, I think. He 1m helping pick
out the hriiial out 111 Thu girl wanted
n tehet shoulder enpe, but he
couldn't go over III. She wanted Jet
trimming, lace und nil thnt. She
tried on the cheapest one we lime -that
$11 lot and was delighted with
it, too. lie told her ah,, looked like a
peach In It and pralaed her up to that
he turned ull color. He eien ual.ed
my opinion ns to how It looked. How
ever, she pulled It otT at once when
she heard the price, but her fare fell
and alio looked nearly ieml, to etj
when she mild thnt niter all perhaps
a coat at $U would be inure uat fill
than the enpe."
"Well, so It would be more useful,"
said the litter, putting her plim In
tine un eipinl dlt1nuce from the 11 pin
hole of it gnruieul she watt to alter
"Did she get a coat?"
"So; she's got the enpe. nnd I'm nf
much pleiued about It ns xhe Ik. 'I'liat
fellow she In to marry In n hulking
clown, but he has n heart and af
much delicacy ax a duke. When the
girl took the cape olT and looked no
disappointed he motioned to ine be
hind her bnck, holding out a $3 bill,
and then said out loud: 'Here, mix,
is that the lowest you can take for
that garment? She's bought two
drciiKcs und some shoes and handker
chiefs downstairs and It seems to me
you ought to make her n better llgure
thr.n that. The cape ain't worth a
cent over $0.'
"I pretended to consider n little and
walked nway, as though to consult
somebody. Then, while the girl wns
exnmlning the cniie for the llfth or
sixth time and I was behind u screen
hanging tip some clonks, he came nml
gate me the extra $2. 'Don't let her
know,' he whispered. 'She'd nevrr
take it if she thought I helped to pay
for it. Hut it's her wedding cape, nnd
I wnnt her antlsfled.' Then I told the
girl that it wns the last cape we hnd
of thnt spcctnl kind, so I would let it
go for $9. And you ought to have
seen her face when 1 told her! She
just lit up nil over like n sunburst, nnd
went oft wearing the cape, as proud
as though It was silk ehet Instead
of velour and wns lined with real silk
instead of flimsy satin. They haw
i!Pu,! down to the restaurant now to
"get lunch. 1 doubt If the joung fel
low has much money, but he's as ten
der of his sweetheart as If Mie was
made of cnstnl and llkel to fall to
pieces in his hands any minute "
ORIGIN OF ARMOUR INSTITUTE
Clroumstnnees Connected -oltli lt
Found ln liy thn Great
It was nfter Dr. Ounsnulus hnd oc
cupied the pulpit of Tly mouth church,
nt Chicago, for fcut.i1 jenrs and-iir.
Armour had been nn almost constant
attendant nt the Sunday morning serv
ices, atiys the Chronicle. On that oc
casion when ho made his world-f anions
$2,800,000 sermon the church vn
crowded. It wan n rousing address,
throbbing with it plea for children.
ti, nrfucntlon of otitic people, the
proper development of heir" charac
ter, n neccsaarj iltting for the wider
Held of life, nil these were uiged with
un eloquence of which Dr. (iuusnulut
is so easy u imiMcr. At the clo&e o(
the service Mr. Armour tcppU for
ward, nnd, taking the prenuher hand,
wild: "Do jou benoc the ideas you
haTe just expressed V"
"I ccrtal.ilj do," unwwercd Dr. Oun-
"And would j ou put thein Into prac
tice if u 'uu' ""' uans? '
"Well, then." said Mr. Annour, "if
you will give me lite J curs of jour time
I will glte you the nii.nej."
So the agreement wa renehed which
proved the foundation stone of Annour
liwtltute of Technology, and although
tJie flt M "'' lo"K " "!'
Guusaulus atlll irnte liU.tlme and .Mr.
Armour his money. Their plan, giew
always l ndvance of the liiktltute and
though mtiiiy things, at lltt un
dreamed of, later became fact, the
ehool was still but u beginning In their
Law, Real Estate and
Cor. 7tli and H St.
WM. 0. KRUEGER,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
STONE AND BRICKMASON.
All work mniratitee to be lli-st-class,
and done at lowest possible llgurea.
E STREET - - On Lot 7, Ulock II.
J. S. Maytield
B. Mayer and Bro.
Dr. W. W.KERLEY,
Physician and Surjjcon.
A Specialty of Disuuie ol ltye,
ose anil Throat.
Kansas Steam Laundry
Klne work nnd piomptlj dellwred.
Lumber, Shingles, Lime,
Cement, Paint, Sash,
Roofing and Bois
We curry Km'h, Up-to-date Stuck awl every Piece of
Material we 'lurniMh on a Huilding is Select, we solicit
For Clean and Fresh Groceries.
You will Save Jloncy by it. Goods Delivered Fr?o.
Lot 10, Block 27, "C" Street.
The Fecl Barn,
Russell & Hollinshed, Proprietors,
NEW RIGS AND FAST HORSES. EVERY
THING UPTO DATE.
The Onv Livery Service in Anadarko,
Give Us a Call:
East B Street.
W. H. Edwards,
KUAL KBTATh. HENTALS
AND til IATTRI- LOANS.
()ur First National Hunk.
'I VI. No. 1,
JAMES E, GAULE,
Opposite I'lNlolllee, Anadiirko, Okla.
Notiee is herehy tflvon Unit Louis h.
Markliart, him Hlud bis petition in the
CleilooHleo of t'addo Count, Oklaho
ma Tcrritorj. for n license to sell at
rotiill, Malt -.pirltous and vlnousliipior
upon tbe S. W. J of the S. W. 1 or -ee-Hon
i"i, Township 7 ltiine 8 Went, 1.
M. in Miid Count and Territory and
that unlesti pioteM or objection to tho
sanie bo llleil on or bufuiu the Slh dny
of Oetober 1IN11 Mild petition will be
Witness iny huliil and M-ul tills the
2;irdda.v of September 11U.
Dike llilllnei Countj Clerk.
THE STAR SALOON,
.1. M. HOiri'SIIOlOH, I'rop.
Fine Whiskeys, Wines alid Cigars.
iji.atz ummt on oHOunnT.
1 1 i ies,
i xr i i
1)1 M.I U Is
A. W. MVLLIKIN CO.,
Xhls Means You,
Have ymi enlled at our jilaee to-day V We li.mdle a full line of
Wines, Whiskeys and Cigars.
Fancy Drinks Mixta. We are vhe Boy.
Sash, Doors, Eto.
Western White Liinc, Okarche Cement, Fancy lump Coal, Gherryvale
Brick, Sherwin-Williams' Paint.
(Oil. C AND SIXTH STS. ANADAIIKO, OKLA. "I'lIONF. No. 11.
MILLER BROS. BAR
A Full Lino or
WIILSKKVS. WMNWS & CIGARS.
Fancy Drinks n Speoialty 3d Doer in Millor Block
LAWYER AND pubUO
Short Time Loans, Real
Estate and Rentals.
Lot 20, lllook 18.
Tlie icnnon upon which It was
founded ha been often repeated, ll hu
become un inttrefctln,- factor In the
history of philanthropy. It ulll tr
down to the next generation under the
title of "the $2,800,000 ernion."
.....utn Mild Mr. Meekton, "did
r" .. . , i ....
you ay jou bought thU neektie be
cause ou thought It suited me perfect-ly?"
"Well I'm glad to hear it. I'm going
to wear it and go out into the world
with renewed hope and eourage luu
know It's nn old baying that h.u.dhoine
u," n are not as a rule the om ho
a"ly nohleo thli.g8."-Wfth.ngton
Aunt Haunali-Hine a high Ideal und
trv to lhe up to it.
Cdlth-Ycs. 1 Huppi-r that would be
nice. Ht Isn't it more o met leal to ge
a hondhouio photogrnp. of oun.elt
nd endeavor to look like tt?-ltotou
XraAscxisU . -
Tenllorj of Oklahoma (
Coiintx of Cadilo
To uhoiu it iiin eonei'i li:
Notlee I heieb. ifipn that C'laik
Mlneer has tiled his petition in the
clerks olllee of aid county, asking for
a licence toell malt, spirituous liquors
al retail on lot 8, block 50, in tho town
of ririilgeport, in sold county and terri
tory, nnd that unles remon&U aneo or
initet be filed as provided by law on
or before the 14th day of October 11X11,
said petition wf 11 bo grunted.
Dated thiH the :10th day or Sept. 1G01.
Dyko Hullingei', County dark.
Tori-itorj of Oklahoma,
Count ofCrtddo f
To w hom it may concern:
Notice It hereby given that J. C. Mc
Glnley ha Hied in the oltlco of the
eouni.N clerk hUapplioatlon to se'Ialt
bpiruuom and inoue liquor at retail
upon lot No. 0. in block No. 1 N. W. divi
sion in the town of ApHohe. Uiddu
Oklahoma Tciutoi atid tliat unlet -remontrance
or proient i hi. liuiu
nfiice btlnre October l&th liWl, -.uut
petition Kill tie grentetl und lioente is
Dated u.it thu30th day of Hept , 1001
11) ke IsllingKr, Count) I'laik.
I'er.l. t". Ilitndi)x. Doput).
'l'errltor) of Okliihnnia l
Count) of t'addo I '
To Whom it nut) I'uiiet'in:
Notlee N heieb) tfiwii that llobeit
W. Otto, has tiled hU petition In the
clerks oillee of Hlil count), iiiMiil' for a
llueuse to tell malt, spirillum-, und vin
ous lliiioi's, at retnll uhiii lot --, block
Al. In the toun of ltrldueort, Mild
Count) slid Territory, and that unless
remonstrance or protest Is filed a pro
vided by Utt on or before the 1:1th da)
of October, ltKU, Mid petitleu s 111 In
grtnted. Dated this the th du) of Sept. UHU.
Dr. I:. B. MITCHELL,
Physician and Surgoon,
Olliee, liiHim n, MUer I'.lk., Nortli-
otiBt of ('uiirtlioimc Sinrnre.
Uwiilenee. Lot lit IMiiokHU.
Hutchnson & Monsell,
Real Estate, Loans
Applications made for school
lands ChiiiuH located and
surveying correctly done.
Block 48, Lot II,
Opposite Post office.
We have a pretty F.inu
and Blue Kind!
lite ( 'orrenpoiiilence.
Wi lme the While Ink to
un- with it.
We have the nicest lino of
Writiiij.' "TA ULKT3" in town
Mrs. W. . Gilshaav, Proprietress.
TKe'dweiiest Pla.ce in the City.
2nd Room In Miller Block.
DUNCAN & LEONARD,
HARDWARE AND IMPLEMENTS.
The Most Complete. 'iiid Up-To- Pate Stock of Builder'
Hardware in tlie city. A complete line of Great W-jstern
.Stoves. In fact everything that is carried in a'Gvuernl
Hardware Store. Bring ua your Bills to figure on.
WADSWORTH & SMITH.
Contractors, Builders and Paper Hangers'.
Wo nro hero to Stay.
Give u! a trial.
All work Oim'witeotl
L 1 13, Block GO. South of Squnro.
You ll!:c BOOTII'3 OYSTHHS. We servo them in any Style. Full lino
of Confection's anil rmlth. ilct Short Order place in town. See for wuseM
TIMF TAB l L.
l . i 1 M
Mieil Train 11:1.1 a. in.
I'lis-eiuior 3:.'l" l. in.
I'lisngm'to t'hlokalia U:i:ia. in.
Mixed Tiuin 3:.".0 p. in.
IMHT SIM. TBAIW.
To Port Sill ":6fin. m.
From Iirt Sill ffiWI p. m.
A. F.. Baldwin, Agt.
TBIIHITOKY OK OKLAHOMA I
Countj of Caililo f '
TO WHOM IT M.W CO.S'CHIt.S : -
Xutlee is lieieh tfiwu that .1. II,
Friiukx hai llli'il hU petition inking for
a lleene to mU at retail, mult, spirit
ims and Iniuw liquors, upon lot It), in
liloolc H, in tho Town of Uiulirpoi', h.iiil
eoiinu aim territory, ami that unkwsi
irote-.t or r mon-.triuiee ho llleil as pro-
lileil lv luu . on or hufore the Ulst ilay
of October. l'.Kil sahl petition will be
D.iteil this the Ttli da of Oetoher,
Dykk Uai.i.inoek, Countj Clerk.
TerHuuyof Okhthoma I
Comma of CtiU o f
To 1it)iu It M Courem:
Notlee itelieiehj k1vii that P. A.
Parker nml W. V. Coffey, under the
tlrniof Parker .V loltej, have lilni
their iletltlon in the elerk olKoe of
ul(l county, Mkfnir for a lleeii-- to uell
Mult liquors nt whop-mle. on lot 17,
block 27, in the tow n of Amlarko, Mid
Countj and Terrltorj . and thai utiles
reiiioiiHtrauee or protest is tiled as pro
vided 1 ho on or lx-fiti-f Die lUthiluy
ofOetolwi. l!i, stiiil pi'iiiiiin will 1'
Dated, this ill. ilnlin ii s. ! 1U01.
l)ki HalliN''! ''' "ik.
I'uliieo MnrkiU. (.mkhIn ileliveivd
to all parts of the iit. Sittiufae
tiou giiuraiiteed. Flunk Muiming.
A New lig'ir Factory
will be Permanently located
here in a lew days and so
licitH your patronage.
Will be two ol'theirgood
brands. Bath are
Smokers for 5 cents.
. F. Pointer.
"B" Street Kasi of Lawton
BENNETT & BETRY,
WHOLESALE AUD RETAIL GROCERS,
We will try to Please you. Call and see us. S. I4.. Cm
Pobt Office Block.
Agency Enid Steam Laundry.
Drink VAL BLATZ FAMOUS
jM I I-WT'A. J K E H
TAYLOR & CUMMINGS,
Wanted at Oivce
500 Men to Smoke
Cigar, fie. Made in Anaclarko
S. H. BLOVNT a Co.,
CONTRACTORS AND BUILD ICRS
DWELLINGS A SPECIALTY.
Corner of C and 7th Streets.
Attorney nd Counsellor at Law.
Js'otnfy Pnhllo, Culdo county. Com
t)"rJor of Deeds for the State of
l d New York.
W . ITKO, wa.a..u.u
Clarke & Boone,
The Up-to-Date GENTS' FURNISHERS,
We Sell the "Noxall" and "Clay" Shirts,
and the "Thoroughbred" Hats.
Also a Nice Line of Men's and Boya' Shoes.
South Hiile of 0 Street, Auailarkq, Oklaionfc