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GET YOUR ICE CREAM AT EARHEARTS.
Anadarko Daily Democrat.
ANADARKO. CADDO CO., OKLA.. MAY Itf, 1003.
PAINT THE TOWN
ANY OLD COLOR
With paint bought of DIVERS &
TAYLOR. They carry n full lino of
Paints, Oils, Brushes, Wall Paper, Etc.
Artistic painting a specialty.
Broadway, 3rd door west of P. O.
Deming Loan . Investment Co
Wo are loaning our own funds and doing a ,
homo business. Money will bo paid on day ap
plication is made if title is perfect and security is f
ample. We ask for no delays. Wo always have
ready money on hand to loan at lowest rates of
interest, and will give equally good or better
terms than any other firm.
L. W. Myers, Local Agent.
Office, Citizens National Bank.
Hugh Graham, groceries, dry goods
and notions, Main St. west of Bank.
Some may offer you n few articles at reduced
prices, but I will mako low prices on everything
F. E. Penn.
G. L. Wood.
Bhe Pioaeer Abstract Co.
tins the pnly complete set of Abstract books in Caddo county. Handlo
1 Estate, write- Insurance and Loan Money on Farms at lowost rato,
office, Rooms 6 and 7 Holler Bldg
Mitchell & HaLgemaLiv,
Hardware, Stoves nnil Tinware. Exclusive Wind
Mill and Pump dealers. Wo handlo tho best BIndor
on tho market, the celebrated Milwaukee. It Is tho
lightest draft binder on the market. It is known
tho world over for its light draft and durabllity'and
good work. Call and seo us on Malt St. bet. 5th & th
1 Mitchell . Haemai.
Is now ready for the reception of patients. Bolnp equip
ped with most modern apparatus and appliances, wa.aro
specially prepare! toAtreat fiu'eessfurty all chronic dlsoiises
which would not be benefitted by medicine alone. With
tho various fprras of eletrlcity together with Dry Hqt Air
Baths at temperature ranging from 250 to 400 degress rarely
fails to dure any form of rheumatism, skin or nervous
diseased ' Out Comijresjed Air and Ozone apparatus to
gether with Judjfcfous WejUcatlon. make almost certain tho
cure of Catarrh' nn'dBronchlJil troubles. We make a
specialty of Surgery, Genlto-Urlnnry and Rectal diseases,
treating the latter.by Electricity.
Rates $2.50 to ?5.00 per day. Call or write.
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Tho argumonts in tho case of
tho Ter. vs. Isenhour, woro heard
Saturday night. Judgo Ma
thony, tho prosecuting attorney,,
mado a strong plea on behalf of
the territory, reviewing tho ovi
donco in a very comprehensive
manner. Ho was followed by
Judgo Strang, counsel for tho do
fondant,who, after a well deserv
ed tribute to Judgo Gilletto,pro
ceeded with his argument on bo
half of his client. Ho went over
the ovidenco carefully, pointing
out tho weak points of tho prose
cution, and asking tho jury ty
uot rely upon tho evidence of
certain witnesses, especially that
of Chas. Ford. Ho was followed
by A. J. MorriB, who was assist
ing in tho prosecution. Ho mado
a brief, but earnest address to
the jury, presenting tho caso in a
clear and concise- light. Tho
jury thon retire'!. They wero
unablo to reach an agreement on
a verdict until Sunday night.
Tho verdict, which was handed
in this morning read "Guilty as
charged in tho indictment." His
attorney, J. L. Byrne, announc
ed that a request for a new trial
would bo mado.
Frank Duncan, nrraigned for
selling liquor to an Indian, pload
not guilty and his bond was fixed
Tho caso of Phidolla Davis vs.
"W. D. Davis was hoard this
Tho Moso Stewart caso was
continued until 4. p.m.
No 112, tho. caso of tho Tor.,ys.
Henry Walker, charged wim
larceny .occupied tho remainder of
tho foronoon. Tho defendant is
charged with stoaling hogs from
C. A. Madden, who lives across
tho Caddo Co. lino in Canadian
Co. Matheny & Randolph con
ducted tho prosecution, and Bal
lingor & Sturgis, and Baker &
Vaughn appourod for tho de
fendant. Court adjourned at
noon to moot at 1 :S0.
A Sad Blow To Ten Men.
Rev. Sam Jones on ono occas
ion dolivored his sermon oalled
"Wives and Husbands" boforo
an immpnse gathering in Birm
ingham, Ala. Ho dwolt particu
larly on tho beauty and utility of
mutual forboarancobotwoon hus
bands and wives, and thon, as
though desirous of showing tho
rarity of thut equality, said :
"If thero is a woman in this
vast gathering who never said an
unkind word to her husband, sho
will please stand up."
A woman aroso, as though sho
sho had been challenged, and
Jones, beckoning her with both
arms, called out:
"Como hero, sitorl-Como right
up hero to tho platform."
Tho woman did as bidden, and
when sho reached tho preacher's
side was presented to tho throng
as tho "most beautiful woman in
Birmingham." Jones, continuing
his address, asked any man who
had never spoken an unkind word
to his wif o to make himself known.
Promptly aroso ten big strap
ping, self-conscious chaps, who
started for tho platform without
further bidding, and with an air
that suggested the anticipation of
praiso from tho preacher, who, as
they neared him, said:
"That'B right, my men! Come
right up! I want every ono here
to gatfe on ten- of tho most help
less liars in tho United States I"
W. C, 1 . u.
"If .you .want any . jp'bVwprk
done don't forget tho Democrat.
Tho regular meeting was hold
yesterday afternoon at tho beau
tiful homo of Mrs. Dorothy Cleve
land, Ter. Pres., and with tho
ladies of tho G. A. R. wero rov-
ally entertained; forty-three per
ms wero present. All nature
was smiling; tho day was all that
could bo desired; and amidst tho
beautiful flowers, everywhere
abounding, indeed 'twould be a
narrow mind that would not bo
imbued with tho pure spirit of
that lovoly temperanco homo,
where just to bo, can but create
in tho most Bordld mind a desire
to ciso to a higher piano of pure
living and puro thinking, where
temptations aro.' not bo liable to
assail. A literary treat was in
storo, a veritablo feast for tho
aoul. Mrs. Cleveland presided.
Session was opened by singing
"Oklahoma." Scripture lesson
on tithing was followed by
prayer by Rev. Gassoway. Af
ter minutes wero disposed of,
members responded to roll call
by giving items of interest from
tho press. Old and new business
was taken up. Union resolved
as an organization to commem
orato and givo ap offoring to our
horo dead on Decoration day and
appointod a committo of Mos
dames Dougtusf Thrall and Al
londer to interview tho powers
that bo for spacobnheir program
Mrs. Borgddft "jjglvfl, a ,ljf
ropoi'fc of her boaulifufmlBSion of
flowors. As superintendent sho
is tho right person for tho place.
Mrs. Thrall reftd a loiter from
Mrs. Stevcn HKjpmil. Mrs
Fait, of tho Presbyterian Mission'
followed by a fino reading of tho
story ot "Katy and tho rosebud"
prefacing by a kindly talk. Tvo
solos by Mrs. Tippio added much
to tho occasion. Visiblo homo
making by Mrs. C. D. Douglas,
was woll reoeivod.' Tho "Bow of
whito ribbont" was read to tho
body by tho county president.
A very instructive talk on L. T.
L. was given by Mrs. Dyke, of
tho Baptist Union. A question
box conducted by Miss Dodge,
minutely explained tho work and
creed of tho W. C. T. U. A so
cial hour after adjournment was
greatly enjoyed by all. Straw -borries,
ico cream and cuko ad
ded to tho soul's foast a touch of
tho matorial. On ontoring Uio
dining room tho beauty of uio
scono was entrancing so vory
artislicaly was tho tablo decor
ated emblematic and significant
of tho purity of tho causo, draped
so hundsomoly with whito ribbon,
vines and Amorican beauty ros
es, roses everywhere, Tru
ly with the uplifting, tho mutual
benefit to each other tho day
gavo to us, our own Mrs. CIov
land comes closer to our hearts.
J. R. A.
We have plenty of money to take earo of all desira
ble farm loans. Will look after tho final proof and
furnish the money for final certificate. Long term ij
loanBwitn partial payment pnvolego after ono year.
Annual interest payable on tho first day of any month
in the year you may select. Principal and interest
poyablo at your own bank.
1 doors east of Post Office, Anadarko, Okla.
All persons having any soda
pop bottles belonging to tho An
adarko Bottling works.will pleaso
return them to lot 0, block 12, or
phono 101. 171tf
Privato money ; tho best terms
and rates in the new country.
You got tho full amount of your
loan. Seo us before making ar
rangements. Morris & LAnge,
Attorneys, Anadarko, Okla.
O GET OUR PRICES ON "W G-
ONS, BUGGIES, and FARM IM
PLEMENTS. Wo carry tho lurcost
stock in Caddo county and tho best
lino of goods that aro manufactured.
If you want a wagon wo havo tho Bain, Clinton and
Linstrothe. Wo handlo tho celebrated Bluo Ribbon
and Anchor Buggies. They aro tho boston earth. Our
spring stock of plows, cultivators, etc. aro horo and wo
aro prepared to save you money.
WEIMER & SON,
Everything in Hardware. Anadarko, Okla.
Store, 1st door west
of National Baunk
Pabst Beer is
8Ae Best Brewed.
BEWARE o IMITATIONS.
We Carry the Most 1
Complete Line of
.the English Kitchen.
Goodmoals,weil served. Every-'
thing neat-and clean,' 5th Btrqe,t,
east -of 'court .'Kbu'sQ. Mrs. J, C.
jj Farm Implements, Wagona, Bug-
E gies, Harness, Wind Mills, Pumps,
gf: Paints and Oils in tho city. Agents
I for Advance Threshing machines
and McCormack harvesters.
g B Street JOHN PFAFF . S0&.
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