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Anadarko Daily Democrat.
ANATARKO. CA1MX) CO., OKIjA.. .JAN. l:j. 100J5.
argains in Plows.
Sold leas thun cost nt M. 10. SowardH, who carries
a comploto lino of Hardwars and Implomonts. Thoso
plows aro tho John Dcoro in good shape and wo aro
soiling 12 inch plows for S8.00, 14 inch plows S8.50
and 10 inch plows at S0.00. Call at once as they will
not last long at theso prices.
Maiiv St. Between 6 aivd7
If you want to save money on
the furniture you buy the
nadarko Furniture and Hardware Co
THOS. WATKINS, Prop.
,ho place to go. They have juHt bought for cash tho largest Htock in
tho county. North sido C St. between fith and 0th
For Staple anil Fancy Groeortos at Lowost Prices. I bu
Buttqr, Kggs and Chickens. John Crujjgs old stand, II St.
G. D. DRISKELL, Prop.
As it Should Be-
The Democrat Does No Other Kind.
??j999?j!?9$? $? ?4??4??4?
' SMITH, lTesitlcnt.
. FLYNN. Vloc-Pre.
U. UltEITZF.lt. Cashier.
11 S DIXON. Ant. Cushlor
The National Bank of Anadarko,
Anadarko, Oklahoma. '
CAPITAL - - - - $25,000.
Collections a Specialty.
l Smith. D. T. Flynn.
F. L. Winkler. Win. Grimes.
U. S. Dixon.
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Jno. O. Burgett,
The Oklahoma St. Groceryman
Will soil goods elieai) during tho holidays. Tho following
prices will eonvlnco you.
Standard packed tomatoes I! lb cans 10c
Early Juno peas por can Oc
Sugar oorn per can . He
Plo peach per can f - Do
1) lb best navy boans . . :!5o
4 lb best quality rice '.Joe
Flake hominy per lb 4c 3
Swift's Jorsoy Oleomargorino per lb 20e
Nuts, candles, fruits and In fact everything in tho grocery line
goes at tho lowost prices Goods delivered to any part of tho city.
l'HONi: no. 81.
Stephenson's Drug Storo will movo
1st door west of National Bank of
Anadarko, Oth and B Sts., about
January 1st, 1003.
.SyVvfS sVvllVV tllKf,fZ
LEADER, SHOE STORE.
The only oxcluslvo shoo store. The only export shoo
.man. Tho only retail shoo man. Knows whole stock
from split leather. 25 years experience. You can
not make a inistako by buying of us. All rips sewed
free of charge.
iLc&der Shoe Store:
B St. Anadarko, Okla.
Tho council mot last night at
80'olook with all inombors pros
ont. After allowing several bills
tho Topoka and 131 Reno Tele
phono Co. roprosonted by Hon.
G. W. Bollany asked tho coun
cil to grant said Co. a franchise
to own and opornto n Telephone
system in Anadarko. Mr. Bol
lany explained in tic! til what tho
Co. wanted and what they would
do, aftor which tho members of
tho council joined in a lively de
bate for and against tho fran
chise, 11 vote was then takon
which stood four in favor, and
four against tho franchise being
granted until tho council could
find out what the otiiir towns in
Oklahoma had, it being a tie
vote, tho Mayor voted to grant
tho franchise which was placed
on its' third reading which started
anothor dobato during which tho
City Attornoy produced a copy
of the ordinances from Oklahoma
City, Perry, and Wichita and
read the ordinances from eacli
place governing tho Telephono
franchise, aftor which a motion
was made to adjourn until 2 p.
m. today to give tho council time
to consider the matter, and draft
an ordinance, at which mooting
final action will be taken.
Tho council at tho meotinir at
2 p. m. today granted to tho To
poka and El Reno Telephone Co.
a franchise for a term of ton
years. The council voted unan
imously to grant the franchise
Mr. Bellamy in behalf of tho Co.
thanked tho council and assured
them that they would endeavor
to givo them tho best of service.
Hon. W. J. Bryan passed
through the city this morning on-
routo to Lawton. Although no
public announcement had been
made of tho timo that ho would
pass through tho city, a largo
crowd of our citizens both repub
licans aul democrats wero there
and ail eager to clasp tho band
of tho groat Commoner. It is de
monstrated every day that ho
has a wonderfal hold upon tho
American people Thoso who
differ from him politically realize
that in him wo bavo tho highest
typo of American citizenship.
All concede his honesty, his abil
ity and his integrity. Truly,
Bryan is one of tho greatest
statosmen and orators this coun
try has produced and every citi
zen in our city regardless of po
litical offilliations should do all in
thoir power tomorrow, to mako
his short stay with us as pleasant
as possible. Wo would suggost
to all business men, to decorate
thoir placos of business up in nice
shape. This can bo dono very
cheap by using bunting: tho col
on of tho K. of P. Lodgo, blue,
yellow and red would bo nice and
appropriate, as Mr. Bryan is hero
under tho auspices of that lodgo.
New Peed Store
On north sido of Main St. just
west of Amorican Hotel. Caffir
corn and wheat for chiokon food.
Minesota Potatoes for sood or
eating. Flour and food of all
kinds. Givo mo a trial order.
W. A. Allen.
Wo wish to inform our friends
and customers that wo are moving
our large hardware stook to tho
building; 1st door west of Bill
Lindloys place on tho south sido
of Main street where wo will bo
pleased to meet all of our old
customers. Thanking you for
past fav'ors wo aro yours for
O. B. Case & Co. 115-tf
At a special meeting of the K.
of P. Lodgo last night, to make
I arrangements for tho Bryan
lecture, the following committees
COMMITTKK ON HKCKITION.
L. D.' Blankenship Chairman,
Randall Livesay, T. II. Brooke,
R. Z. McAninch, Dr.E.B. Mitch
oil, Bonj. Loibonheim, Worth
Farmer, E. B Widaman and R.
COMMITTEE ON UKCOHATIONS.
E. E. Smith, Taylor and Mc
Aninch. COMMITTEE ON MUSIC.
Dr. Mitchell and Randall Liv
esay. Tho program will bo as follows:
Mr. Bryan will bo met at tho
train at 11:45 a. m., by both
bands and citizens of Anadarko.
Ho will bo escorted to tho Wind
sor Hotel for dinnor, and from
tho hotel to McAninch Hall. Tho
lecture will boo-in promptly at
1 :30 p.m.
Real Instate Convcyancs.
Nora G. and W. M. Hazlott to
D. Jackson, lot 5 and 0 block 5,
and lot 1 block 7, Ft. Cobb. Con
J. F. Rood and wife to II. G.
and W. L. Smodloy, lot 1 block 0
Ft. Cobb. Consideration S150.
C. W. Tomlins and wifo to J.
W. Tomlins, lot 12 block 23, Ft.
Cobb. Consideration S200,
J. W Tomlins and wifo to J.
L. Gunn, lot 12 block 23, Ft.
Cobb. Consideration S100.
C. O. Blake to W. R. Swinnoy,
lot 21 and 22 block 43, Cement.
W. R. Swinney and .wife, to M.
J. RutledKO, lot 21 and '22 block
43, Cement. Consideration S35.
Almont J. Nelson to Henry
Nelson, lot 10 block 14, Anadar
ko. Consideration S500.
Charles L. Crum to Ida Crow,
lots 1, 2, 4, 5 and 10, blook 1, S.
W. Div. Apache.
United States to James R.
Lowis, lots 3 and 4 and S. 1-2 of
N. W. 1-4 Sec. 1-11-11. Consi
Albert S. Kendrick to Harriet
S. Kendrick, S. E.l-4 Sec. 12-8-0,
Frances C. Bacot and husband
to W. M. Hazlott, lot 11 block 13,
Fort Cobb, consideration S750.
Nora G. and W. M. Hazlott to
J. L. Gum, lot 4 block 5, Fort
Cobb, consideration S150.
II. G. Smedley and wifo to W.
T. Smedley, lot 1 block 0, Fort
Cobb, consideration S185.
Caddo Co. Townsito Co., to C.
C. Boontreger, lot 22 block 35,
Hydro, consideration S50.
II. L. Nelson to J. A. Nelson,
lots 7, to 18 block 30, and lots 1
to 0 block 24, and lots 17 and 18,
block 11, N. E. Apacho, consi
E. C. Gilbreath and wifo to T.
A. Hostottor, lots 10, 20 and 21,
block, 32 N. E. Apache, consi
A Die Dinner.
Every day at tho Blue 'Front
As a friond to both the Ladies
and Mens bands tho Democrat
suggests to them that they bo
reasonable in thoir charges to
our citizons when playing for
them, and not chargo them every
dollar tnat they will pay. Our
citizens havo boon very liberal in
donating to thoso bands, especi
ally tho Ladies Band. Our citi
zens aro proud of our bands, and
aro full of homo pride, but thoy
will get tired of being charged
full price or exorbitant pricos
on all occasions. Tho bands must
at all times remember that thoy
need tho good will and co-operation
of tho citizens of Anadarko.
CITY MBAT MARKET,
llnmniert & Thralls.
Cull up H4 when you wish to arrange a
tempting breakfast, sono a nlco dinnor or
supper, as wo aro always prepared to fur
nlsh anything in the lino of fresh mid on rod
moats, ilsh, oysters and game, colory, oran
borrios. orangos and other fruits and vogota
bios. Wo also keop a complete lino of
staplo and fancy grocorles. tinned moau
.ml soups. Special attontion given to
family trade ornt orders by Plume.
To Lovers of Good things to Hat. Q
Q Hegin the new year aright. Go to Smith & Ueall wlioro you can get
uuyimng jou want or the bust the market affords. Wo have no cut
prices, our goods uro all loaders, onco a costomer always a custom
er. Thanking tho good people of Anadarko for thoir past patronage
will say we arobottor proparod to take caro of you now than over
before, f'onie and bo convinced of the truth. Wo havo been doing
our advertising over tun counter, but the news paper men say they
f have got to lire, hence this ad.
SMITH & BEALL. f
J rvxlr"jflfr ttxl?rsurlrrfKrC$
J GOOD rfOAlANj,
we have a large stock of
Cemont, Lime, Sidowalk
McAlister Coal, Colorado Coal, Smith
ing Coal. Our grades are the best, our
prices as low as onyone.
Call aud See us or
StephensonBrowne Lbr. Co.
Centrally located, ovory thing ilrst-oluss, rates $2 per daj
O. e. u ALSTON, wiop. Cor. 0th and Main Streets.
The Reece Agency,
Office on Mam St., one block north
of Court House.
Buys warrants and bonds, collects and romits monoy, buys,
soils and leases farm and city proporty on small margin.
Doos all kinds of notary work, writes contracts, deeds, otc.
Survoys and appraises property and guarantees descript
ion and vnluo of proporty, nogotlatos surety bonds and
farm loans. Agent for Victor safes, and school fumituro
and supplies. .Loans monoy with which to orect buildings,
Is local treasurer and agent Agent for the Aetna, The
for Aetna Building and Manchester of England &
Loan Association. Citizens Fire Ins. Co's.
25 per cent Discount
On all Suits. 33 1-3 off on
Youngheim Clothing Company,