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The Daily
NO. 130
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Gifts for lhe Graduate
Perhaps the graduate would
appreciate A Diamond Ring.
Diamond Lavallier, Diamond
Stud or a Watch, more than
anything else. We have all this
and just lots o! other Beautiful
and Lite Lasting Articles in our
Jewelry Store. Quality Guaran
teed and Prices Right. Come
and look through the New Goods
we are receiving.
W. ffl. Brewer, Jeweler
Opposite PostoHice
Mondnv ovening about Jf
I ycuug people o. the Epworth
League of the iMotuodUt ohuroh
gathered nt the ohuroh whoro two
hay wagons woro loaded up with
eatables and tho jolly orowd. Rov.
(.'rabtreo, Editor and Mrs. II. M .
Tilt'Mi, Mi8se9 Penn, Biles and
.Area wcrolookingftor the rights
and wrongs of thojpartv. Howevor
everything wont aloiii alright.
Mr. A. h Baldwin's home was
suggested and the merry makers
' drovo for that homo three miles
southeast of Anadarko. Iloro
Mrs. Baldwin welcomed them but
finding Mr. Baldwin on ttiu siolc
lot and as thoro was a vory da'rk
cloud making rapid progross with
' all signs of rain, the hay riders
wont to tho large hay loft, sprend
tho lunch on tho swoot smolling
alfalfa, ato, drank and made morry
Just as tho hay wagon reached
tho ouo milo from tho Peoples
iStoro sign tho clouds opoucd up
and gavo all a roal good soaking.
Everybody onjoyod tho rtdo, tho
wolcomo at the Baldwin uoma.tho
luuch and the bath.
There was a great change in
the weathor. Tuesday morning.
Many of the light and fluffy spring
hats were exohanged for heavoy
wooly olios for the day. Tiip'ca.ld,
wind indicated a hail storm some-
Ladies Aid Social'
A mot'ior's yearning for a son;
le had not seen tor fjurton years
resulted in tLe looation of the boy
by Police Chief IUmmil. The
mother is Mrs. Samuel Kotngtein
of Oliiottgo Her son is Sainual
vSiier, IS years uld He lives at (20
Olive street and works for a grain
company His father is Harry 'ahor
a shoemaker at, Fifth and Main
Tho ooy said ho had wanted to
hear from his mothor for a long
time Qo said ho did not have mon
ey to go to her but would write
hor II is father and mothor woro
divorced yours ago, tho fathor tak
ing one sou and tho mothor an
other Sinco thon the mothor has
Subsorlbo for tha Daily Domo
orat .
Never before since the big
bumper crop yoarsoven years ago
have tho largo lakes oaBt of tho
city been so full of water. Judg
ing the futuro by tho past thoro
will bo big crops this joar.
Attorney H. "W. Morgan return
ed from a businoss trip in Ft.
Worth, Texas, Tuesday.
0. J. bchootz went to Ohiok-
asha Tuosdny on business.
Lost On Sunday May 10th,
one rubbor tiro off of buggy, west
of town. Finder please notify
WoBtor at Palace Livory Barn.
The Woman
Most oxquisito art portroyals ev
or)shown 12, beautiful art pictures.
This latest edition of our cele
brated Art Panuols far oxcells any
wo have ever published and when
we describe them as rare and fasoi
natigart beauty studies we are
expressing it mildly. These Art
Pons are by famous Frennh and
other artists. To lovers of Art wo
say these portrayals mutt be teen
to be appreciated. Finished by the
flebrated Phototoue process on
heavy art paper beautifully, Ufuiu
oolored and life like. Size 7zf0
FREE. Send in your order at
bnco, and wo will send you abso-
lutoly free ono large picture, sizo
15x18 colorod and ready for fram
ing. This boauliful iudoscribablo
pioturo rotailes at from $&00 to
S3.00. Just tho thing for your
den. Order now. Today.
Wo will soil tho entiro set, all
differont, postpaid, for only 1.23
coin or monoy order, and romom
bor our standing guarantoo ot
"monoy back if not satisfied"
holds good. Ooder now. TODAY.
Dayton Art Portrayal Uo.
Dayton. Ohio No.H
Dr. C. W. By&m, Dentist
Office Over Nusho Theatre
Anadarko, Oklahoma
When you buy anything from
our fountain you may be sure
it is of the very best quality.
Steffen's Ice Cream
"Neer eat meat, ' said l)r (.S A
Droll of Battle reek, aMion., in
a lecture tn "Health aud Etti
cienoy," at the Hyde Park Chris
tian ehuitfh, Westpjrt avenue and
Main street yesterday afternoon.
"Meat is iht most dangerous of
all sdibhjs." Dr Droll said "I
would adfiae that parsons live on
vegetables), and drink water in
stead of Onlfee aud tea"
The looture was the geoond t
serios to 68 given in the ohuroh
Sunday afternoons for the con
gregation and tho public at largo
Following the lectures demonstra
tions of corroot broathiugaud ox.
oroisos to benefit hotilth aro givon
by persons on tho platform, led
by James Small, pastor of tho
"Fred Becomes a Homeseeker"
"Tho Eightful tloir" 2 pftrts.
"The First Law of Nature" 3
"The ISmbeszler ' 2 parte
For oonstiptttion, Ohamber
laiit'B TW4 an oxosllant. Easy
to take, mild and gontlo in otl'oot.
Giro them a trial. For salo by
Karl Douglas.
Straight At It
Thero is no uso of "beating
arouiu tho bush. '' Wo want you
to try Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy the next you havo a cough or
cold, Thoro is no reason so far as
wo oau seo why you should not
do so. This preparation by its re
markable ouros has gained a world
wido roputation.and pooplo evory.
whoro speak of it In tho- highest
terms of praise. It is for sale by
Karl Douglass.
"I suffered with rheumatism
for two yoars and could not got
my right hand to my mouth for
that length of time," writes Lee
It. Chapman, Maploton, Iowa. "I
suffered torriblo pain so I could
not sleep or lio still at night.
Fivo yoars ago I bogan using
Chamborlain's Liniment and in
two months I was woU and havo
not Biifiored with rhoumatiatn
sinoo. " For salo by Karl Doug
lass. Rheumatism
Quickly Cured.
"My sisrer.B hiiBband had an
attaokjof rhouraatism in his arm''
writes a woll known residout of
Nowton Iowa, "I gavo him a hot
tie of Chamberlains Linimont
whioh ho applied to his arm and
on the next morning tho rhouma-
tism was gone. Forolnonio mus-
oular rhoumatism you will find
nothing hotter than Chamborlins
Liniment Soid by Karl Douglas.
Tho Ladies Vid of the Climtpiu j
huroh will hold tli r'gHlr8c.M t
upeting at the home of Mr...Ii.lm J
'faff, Jr. Wednesdav afturuijuu.
TL l.l! . ... I
i ua ibuibb Hrt miursieu to oring
their tanc work. Every lad in
tho oity is invited In attend this
social. Tho committee is Mes-
dames Watorg, Thompson, Keel
er, Onneand Pfaff.
Mother Near
Death, Kills
Philadelphia, May II Fearing
hor own lllnotm would provo fata!
and not dosiriug that hor invalid
daughtor, Josaio, IS should bo left
alono, iMra John t'rimin, -IS, of
this oity, today murdorod the girl
crushing her skull with an axo and
slashing hor with a razor
iMr. Dan ford of the Dnnford &
Watkins poultry firm spent Sun-
day with his mother in Oklahoma
Miss Edna Richmond who has
been visiting her sister, Mrs. "13,
V. GUh returned to her home In
Caldwell, Kaus., Monday evening.
A. E. Baldwin, of the firm of
Baldwin A: Gibbs Heal Estate firm
is reported on tho siok list.
For Rent- A five room house on
South central Boulevard Meeting
Louis Atterbury a half breed
Indian Has killed in Lawtoa, Mon
day when he laid his hand on A
live wire that extended from tha
light plant to the Tndiin Softool
23(H) volts of eleotriotty was shot
through his body. The Indian
was warned of the lire wire but be
told his adviser that bn woolll
take oaxe of his affairs.
Mr. aud Mrs. W. H. Smllh
made a flying trip to ApaoheSou
day in their oar,
Mr. J. H. Carter was in Btii
ger Tuesday on business.
Mrs. Mary Oliukenbuard catna
over from rjhickasha Tosaday to
visit friends in the oily.
Mr. and Mrs. c. A. Carpenter
spent Sunday with Rev. and Mm.
!:. B. Teis In Chic kasha,
Misti Clara Smith who has been
visiting friends in Lawton has rft
turnod home.
Dr. Hume left Monday evaning
for Guthrie where he will attend
the meeting of the State Medical
Society, The wives of the physi
cians are expected to attend theso
meetings. Mrs. llutne left Tuen.
day morning and will visit tha
Medical Society meeting after
whioh she will go to Chicago whetu
she will attend the general assenu
hi of the PresbteriHn churoh.
She ia a delegate from the WoOt
an'i Home Board here., & j,
at Nusho
Wfi-Mamcl Furniture Polish I
Shine Easy
You got the howb in the Daily
Nows roaohod Anadarko that
Mr, Norton ouo of the olliciont
government clerks at tho Kiowa
Agonoy has beon transferred as
agont ht Ponca city. This is a pro
motion for Mr. Norton and ho iB
a competent man for the plaoo.
C. A. clovoland roturnod from a
businoss trip to Ardmoro Sunday,
Mrs. Mny Uindolth and drugh
ter Esther, are tho guests f the
formor's brothor-in-Iaw K. A.
Jamea and family. Thoy will go
from horo to Ellteno und visit
rolativos. Thoy oamo in on tho
Amarillo train that was detouring
on occount of thH flood.
Found A bunch of keys. Soo
night policeman,- Frank CousinB,
Wanted Travolor: Ago 27 to
50. Experience unnecessary. Sal
ary allownnco to right man. J. 13.
MoBrady, Chicago.
The Chi-Namel Furniture Polish (Shine Kasy)js. a
wonder. It takes off the dirt, puts on a shine and
gives new life to the varnish.
We give it our personal recommendation and advise
every housewife to give it a trial. What is more, we
will refund the purchase if it does not please you.
John Pfaff 1 Sons
Pioneer Drug Store
Tho Doily Domoorat is inoreas
ing in subscription and is getting
tho no we. If you want to know
tho hnpnonings of vour oitv tako
Succeed when everything else fails.
In nervous prostration and female
weaknesses they are the supreme
remedy, as thousands have testified.
k Is the best medicine ever sold
aver a druggist's counter.
Goodwin Corsets
Hair Goods . . .
2 doors west'A. B. C. store M3Q3II1C
Also carry a beautiful lino'of the
Buckley Dress Goods Samples.
tho Daily Domoorat.

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