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PET YOUR ICE CREAM AT EARHEARTS.
Anadarko Daily Democrat.
ANADARKO, CADDO CO., OKL.A., APL. 10. 1003.
ffi NO. 104 &
DIED SEEKING A
Yesterday afternoon a man sat
n tho waiting room of the Union
iopot, holding in his arms a baby
nly a few months old. Noar
lim sat two littlo girls and a boy,
ho oldest only 0 years. Tho
nothor of tho children was dead,
ind lay in a coffin in tho bag
After sovoral hours of waiting
ho baby grow restless. Tho
athor did all in his powor to
Suiet it, but ho could not stop its
IIUO. JL'lllUll U WUU U1CDOTO
ioman who nau been oosorving
ho ifttlo group, took tho baby
rom tho father's arras and clasp
rig it to hor bosom, sho talkod
nd sang to tho child as only a
tother can. Its littlo head nest
ed contentedly in tho folds of
er dress and it was soon fast
sleep. When sho returned tho
aby to its father tho man sobbed,
'hilo his children grouped about
im and in their childish way of-
jred him- thoir sympathy and
i Several weoks ago tho family
artod to drive across tho coun-
y irom tnoir lowa nomo, w
ok a now homo in Oklahoma.
While in Southern Kansas tho
ifo became ill and diod a few
ays later. Being poor, tho hus-
and was compelled to sell his
am and wagon and tho few
'fcusehold goods ho had in order
obtain eufficiont funds to ro
irn Willi ins ennuren nnu uiuir
sad mother to tho old Iowa
tome. K. u. oiar.
One Blackhawk Jack. 14 1-2
inds high, good stylo and in
fio condition. On sec. 21, T. 0
R. 11 w, I. M.
J. W. Holmes.
M. E. Church.
Yesterday was a momorablo
occasion in Anadarko Methodism.
Tho other denominations mostly
suspended their sorvicos for tho
day and united with tho Mothod
ists in worship. Tho church was
appropriately decorated with
palms and flowering plants typi
cal of tho resurrection. Presid
ing Elder Palmer was present,
with Bishop J. W. Hamilton.who
preached two masterly sermons
and assisted materially in lifting
a heavy burden of debt off tho
churoh. Tho Ladies Aid Socioty
and Epvorth Leaguo responded
horoically to tho needs of tho
church, and iftany mombors of
other denominations, and other
citizens subscribed liberally.
Tho church was very fortunate
in tho ministrations of Bishop
Hamilton, who is greatly admired
and honored by his people.
Pastor Lillio is an indefatigable
worker, and dosorves much
credit for tho good work accom
plished. Excellont music was
furnished both morning and
evening. Tho rendition of tho
Holy City by Mrs. Chas. Tippio,
was- especially pleasing. Tho
choir mado a liberal subscription
The Lucky Ones.
Bolow wo givo tho names of
tho lucky prizo winners in tho big
drawing which took placo at
Horndon & Britton's last Satur
day. TIiobo who did not win tho
big prizes enjoyod tho "grab
bing," vory muoh, and each one
rocoivod a small present. John
J. Crawford of Anadarko, drew
tho orango plato, M. A. Reed,
four miles south of town, was tho
lucky man who drow tho 100 lb.
sack of Hour, Mrs. N. A. Noto
waro, 7 miles south bf tho city, is
tho happy owner of tho sot of
china cups and saucers, and M.
C. Rimer, 5 miles south of Ce
ment, drow tho S5 bill. Those
drawings nro of great interest to
tho patrons of this popular firm.
One of tho voyagers up the
famous Salt River has been heard
from, and his friends aro a littlo
less unoasy. Wo refer to R. Z.
MoAninch, whoso communication
appeared ' in last weoks issue of
tho Tribune. Judging from tho
gonoral tone of tho article, wo
presume it was brought beforo
tho eyes of an admiring(?)publio
by tho aid of tho historical ''last
resort" of shipwrecked mariners
From a painfully personal ex
perience wo aro proparod to stato
with a great degreo of positivo
noss that tho under side of a land
slide isn't a bit pretty. Never
theless, it's an oxperionco ono
muBt somo timo undergo, and tho
only thing to bo dono is to grin
and bear it, crawling out from
under tho debris as speedily as
possibly, looking over tho ground
to 8eo whero your foot slipped
and gave you tho down hill start,
so that you may trip the other
follow and let him do tho sliding
next timo. Ex.
A Day In Tho Country.
Tho homo of tho Oolko family,
two miles south of town, was tho
sceno of a morry gathering yes
terday. Sovoral persons had
boon invited out from town, somo
of thoir neighbors camo in, and
tho afternoon was spent in driv
ing, over tho farms, gathering
wild flowers, and inspecting tho
fine now barn, after which tho
company, twenty seven in num
ber, gathered around tho well
filled supper tables, and, with
appetites sharponed by tho out
door exorcise, Boon manifested
to tho good lady of tho houso
that hor culinary skill was fully
appreciated, The Oolko family
hav.o in cultivation this year,
fourquartor sections of land;
ono homestead, two school quar
ters, and an Indian allotmont.
They are just completing a fino
largo barn, and will begin atonco
to erect a commodious residence.
Tho afternoon was vory much
onjoyed, and all who wore pres
ent agroo that Mr. and Mrs.
Oolko and their sons, and daugh
ter, Miss Maggie, aro most do-
lightful entertainers. Those
present from tho city woro tho
Kowitzky family, Capt. Groody,
D. G. Gallaway, Mr. and Mrs.
S. H. Roberts, and Mrs. M. A.
Wo havo plenty of monoy to tako caro of all dosira-
blo farm loans. Will look after tho final proof and
furnish tho monoy for final eertifioato. Long term
loans with partial payment privologo after ono year.
Annual interest payable on tho first day of any month
in tho year you may soloot. i Principal and interest
payable at your own bank.
PLUM & Pr.UM.
4 doorB oast of Post Offico, Anadarko, Okla.
For Sale C heap.
2 milk covs and spring wagon
for sale cheap if taken at once.
Apply at this offico. 182tf
Mr. John S. Wise and Miss
Anna Stalbarg, both of Lookeba,
wero united in marriage this
morning, April 13. by Probate
judgo M. N. Gish. Tho Demo
crat wishes these young people a
prosperous, happy life.
All persons having any soda
pop bottles belonging to tho An
adaTko Bottling works,will please
return them to lot 0, block 12, or
phono 101. 171tf
If you havo school or other
warrants for salo see Dyko Bal
linger, over tho National Bank of
Anadarko. Ho buys them. 194t0
& WHITLOCK & CLEVELAND &ou
Flour eind Feed
The largest flour and feed store in Coddo county
Wholesale or retail at lowest cash price
Tho Easter edition of theQkla
homan, edited and contn 3d to
by th5 Club women of V two
territories, is a beauty. It is full
of interesting sketches, poems,
etc., from cover to cover. An
especially, interesting r- article,
"Sturdy, Staunch, Steadfast
Scots." was contributed by Mrs.
C. R. Hume, of Anadarko.
Store, 1st door west
of National Bsunk
Money Saving Offerings at
Our store is crowded with bright new merchandise, all latest styles, the best that money could buy, and while quality was the key note in getting this
superior stock together, the best, the largest, the most complete in this country, we did not forget that prices must be right to hold popular favor.
Special IndiaHsinen Offerings.
Bought 0,000 yards before tho rise. Camo in Friday, on
salo now, while this lot lasts. 200 yards 35c quality on salo
at 25 cents.
500 yards 25o quality on sale at 15 cents. Vjfc .
1,000 yards 20o quality on sale at 12 1-2 cents.
2,000 yardB 15o quality on salo at 10 cents.
1 000 yards 12 1-2 ct quality on salo at 8 1-3 cents.
1 000 yards R 1-3 ct quality on salo at 5 conts.
Ready to Wear
Each season shows Ladies Ready
to wear garmonts moro popular.
This season thoy aro moro elaborate
ip stylo and cut, perfect fitting and
wo havo an assortment whoro you
can bo pleased in s,tyle and price.
Black all wool Basket cloth skirts
flare bottom with straps and but-
tons, only S4.00.
Good skirts well tnmmeu, wen
finished for $2.50 and $3.50.
A full lino of skirts in tho now
colors, Tans, Greens, Greys with
fV. nmi' hin trimmines and yoke
Dimity Summer Muslins, in a bewildering array of styles
and colors, suitable for Ladies and Children. Thousands of
yards which will, howovor, not last long as soon as spring
buying commences. Got your ohoiop. early. Prices. rango
20c, 15c, 10c, down as low aB 5c, fortdainty patterns.
White Mercerized Novelties.
A largo assortment of patterns.solf dot, 8eUstripes,DamaBk
ed patterns, Dresden figures, prices rango 45o, 40c, 85c, 25c,
15c, as low as 10c per yard.
MEN'S SHIRTS. Gonuino woven Madras Shirts, attaolfed
or detached cuffs, guaranteed fast colors, oaoh 50o.
GEO. P IDE & CO. Gold and Silvor Shirts, a-fidl assort
ment of spring 1003 styles and colors, all sizes for&mall' and
largo men S1.00, S1.50 and S1.75.
MEN'S SHOES, The Amigo, tho regular S3j0q, 53.50.
Tho Special.Clover Brand S4.00 and S4.50. , . ' ,' ;
Th.eso represent tho highest typo of shoo making, us'o'qnjy
tho best leathers, finest workmanship, aro Union made and
absolutely perfect fitting.
THE ARISTO CALF at $2.50 is tho best shoo sold for that
monoy. Made of gonuino good quality Box Calf, C. W.
Hand Sewed, by far better than tho average $3,00 shoo,
Our Clothing Department is known
as headquarters' for correct stylos for
Men and Boys.
Wo are receiving additions every
day and all tho new things out this
seasorr aro found on our counters
For Men at from
$io to $18. fc
$i to $6.
Shirts for Boys.
In all sizes, Porcalo printed and
woven, Madras with' cuffs and collars
attached or separate for
With Mothers friend Belt
25 and 50 cents.
effects at S4.50.S5.00, S0.50, S7.00
and 57. 50.
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