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Ana-darko Daily Democrat
ANADARKO. CADDO CO., OKLA., .IAN. I J). 100U.
Bargains in Plows...
Sold loss than cost at M. E. Sownrds, who carries
a complete lino of Hardware and Implemonts. Those
plows aro tho John Deero in good shapo and wo aro
selling 12 inch plows for S8.00, 14 inch plows S8.50
and 10 inch plows at S9.00. Call at onco ph thoy will
not last long at these prices.
MaiaSt. Between 6 aivd 7
If you want to save money on
the furniture you buy the
Anadarko Furniture and Hardware Co
THOS. WATKINS, Prop
Id the place to go. They have just bought for cash the largest Htock in
the county. North side C St. between Bth and 0th
99&94?9$?$?9$? 9ft? 4? 9Jj? $? ? fy $r
For Slnplo and. Fancy Groceries at Lowost Prleos. I buy
Butter, Eggs and Chickens. John Craggs old stand, II St.
G. D. DRISKELL, Prop.
flN,-V'WM V'tS tyfydV. wM,iff
Thoro was a vory important
mooting of the business mon of
Anadarko at Judgo P. K. Oillotts
office Saturday afternoon. The
mooting was organized by elect
ing John Pfaff Sr., Chairman
and Carl Glitsch secretary. Tho
Chairman stated tho object of tho
meeting was to try and secure tho
M. K- & T., R. R. that is now bo
ing built. Tho road will run in a
southwest direction from El Reno
and thoro is no reason why Ana
dnrko should not have tho road
builthoro. A committeo of prom
inent business men was selected
to confer with tho promotors of
tho road and seo what induce
ments thoy would want to build
tho road to Anadarko. This
mooting was vory enthusiastic
and shows that from now on our
business mon aro going to stand
as a unit in tho upbuilding of our
city. Tho railroad question will
bo discussed again at tho meet
ing of tho Commercial Club to
As it Should Be.
The Democrat Does No Other Kind.
S&" ? sS?S$?5ft"S? fy 4"iNfc?i?$JN?
.T SMITH, President
D. T. FI.YNN. Vlee-rrcs.
U KltUlTZKK. Cashier.
11 S. DIXON. Aft. Cashier.
The National Bank of Anadarko,
CAPITAL - - - - $25,000.
Collections a Specialty.
F. L. Wlnklor.
99?9?$?9$?9? $ 9ft?99ft?59jj99j?99jj9
Jno. O. Burgett,
The Oklahoma St. Gfoceryman
The follow ins
Will soil poods cheap during tho holidays.
prices will convlnco jou.
Standard packed tomatoos :J lb cans
Karly Juno peas for cun
Sugar oorn por can
Pio peach per can
(1 lb best navy boans
4 lb best quality rlco
Flake hominy por lb
Swlft'd Jorsoy Oloomargerlno per lb
Nuts, f undloa. fruits and in fact everything in tho grocery
goes at tho lowest prices Gqods delivered to any part of the city.
Oklahoma Then Republican.
Guthrio, O. T., Jan. 15 At
least ono prominent republican
in tho territory does not believe
single statehood would mako
Oklahoma democratic, but ad
vances tho theory thai it would
bo safely republican. Ho is John
A. Wimberloy, of Anadarko, un
til recently ono of tho commiss
ioners of Caddo county. He
gives good reasons for tho faith
that is in him.
"I am thoroughly acquainted
with conditions in Oklahoma."
said Mr. Wimberloy yestorday.
"Out of eighty incorporated
cities and towns in Oklahoma,
but five havo democratic mayors
and those aro in the southern
part of tho territory. Relatively
thoro is little immigration from
tho south, as tho portion of tho
territory adjoining Texas is es
sentially a grazing country.
Tho railroads now traversing tho
territories aro from tho north and
tho tido of immigration which al
ways follows tho lines of least
resistance, comes in from that di
rection. When tho territories
aro admitted and tho lands in
tho Indian territory aro placed on
sale, tho country will fill up with
northern farmers, and tho agri
cultural and mining districts will
bo so strongly republican as to
offsQtand ovorcomo tho demo
cratic voto in tho comparatively
sparcely settled range country of
Stophenson's Drug Storo will move
1st door west of National Bank of
Anadarko, Oth and B Sts., about
January 1st, 1003.
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LLAD&K. Sit VZ, 5IUK.fi.
Tho only oxcluslvo shoo store. Th only expert fahoo
man. Tho only retail shoo man. Knows, whole stock
from split leather. 25 years experience. You can
not make a mistako by buying of us. All rips sowed
free of charge.
Consiaorablo oxcitoment was
caused hero Saturday ovening
from a report to tho effect that
some ono hero had received a
telegram from Washington D. C.
stating that tho omnibus bill had
passed tho Senate. Upon inves
tigation it was found that there
was no truth whatever in tho re
port. Tho Republican party
stands pleged to give us state
hood, but will thoy doit? Not if
they think tho state will bo
Notes of Two Territories.
Colonel "Tom" Doylo has
counted noses and thoy aro all
A Muskogee capitalist will
orect a ST5,000 building to con
tain a hotol and an opora house.
"Tom" Honsley shouts that
El Rono was victorious in tho
fight for logislativo patronage.
Evorott Purcoll has begun
writing tho obituary of tho man
who announced that ho will es
tablish a metropolitan newspaper
Judgo J. B. Tabott of Lawton
broke a thumb and a knucklo
joint trying to toach a man not
to bo unkind to a dog.
Local news inthoEdmond En
terprise : Yostorday while- IIopo
Link was working in his tin shop
ho foil in some way and cut his
uppor lip open just under tho
Tho mad bull dog which bit
porsons living oast of Edmond
sovooral weeks ago, left a trail of
rabies behind it. Horses, cows
and dogs bitten by it aro dying of
Joseph W. McNeill, who retir
ed from tho prosidency of tho
Guthrio National bank, did not
retiro from business. Ho will
lend money on farms and extend
his agricultural acquaintance.
Bird McGuire is quoted as say
ing in Washington that Dennis
Flynn will bo elected to tho Son
ato. If ho will tell what will hap
pen to Thomson B. Ferguson,
William Grimos, Horace Speed,
Judgo Burford, Joseph W. Mc-
Cord, "Cash" Cado, Henry How
ard, Colonel Roy Hoffman, Frank
Greer, "Bill" Cross, Jero John
son ,. '"Bob" Forrest and a few
others, ho will reliovo a strained
Real (Estate Conveyancs
John A. Digoman toWm. Hef
fron, lot 12 block 40, North Look
oba, consideration S20.
John A. Digeman toWm. Hof
faon, lot 11 block 40, North Look
oba, consideration S10.
Joseph A. Carson to E. E. Ben
nett, lot 18 block 23, Bingor, con
Nora G. Hazlott to W. H. Bul
lock, lots 0, 7 and 8 block 18, Ft.
Cobb, consideration S450.
Rogers it Rickey to Frank J.
Hoorick, lots 1 to 0 block 5, S.W.
Apacho, consideration S12.
V. S. Rogers & F. E. Rickey
to R. C. Arndt, lots 1 to 0 and 10
to 21, block 30, N. E. Apacho.
Beoks Erick to J. W. Hanoy &
Son, lot 7 block 4, Cement, con
E. E. Blako to J. W. Hanoy,
lots 3 to 8 block 44, Cement, con
E. E. Blako to John Hays, lots
0 to 12, block 44, Cement, consi
J1 II. Maxoy to O. II. Geagon,
lots 0 and 10 block 04, Anadarko,
Jesso P. Miller to J. F. Ruz
icka, lot 15 block 40, Anadarko,
CITY MEAT MARKET,
llammcrt & Thralls.
i'n 11 up &l when you wlih to arrange a
tempting bi oak fiwt, serve a nice dlnnor or
supper, as we are alwajs preparod to fur
niih anything In the lint of fresh and cured
moats, llsh, oysters and game, oolory, oran
borrlos. orange and other fruits and vegeta
bles. Wo uldo keep a complete lluo of
staple and fancy groceries, tinned moats
and soups. Special attention glon to
family trude or ni. orders by Phone.
To Lovers of Good things to Eat. Ov
Hegm tho new j ear aright. Go to Smith & lloall whero you can pH U
nnvtllltlir rllll wntlt it flti. luiat tlm iiirit.lru nfTtttvlct Wrt li.i oil fin f.llt ?
prices, our goods aro all loaders, onoe a eostomur always a custom
er. Thanking the good people of Anadarko for tholr p.ist patronngo
will say woarobottor propaied to tnko care of you now than over
before. Come and be convinced of tho truth. Wo havo been doing
our ndiortising over tho counter, but tho nows paper men say thoy
havo got to live, hence this ad. 2
SMITH & BEALL.
A watch charm, (statuto of a
dog,) finder please leave at this
offico and got reward. 117tf
Leader Shoe Store:
St. Anadarko, Okla.
lVWVEVWftlN'y ' i(Qi'liffilmili'$S
Wo wish to inform our friends
and customers that we are moving
our largo hardware stock to the
building 1st door wost of Bill
Lindloya place on the south side
pf Main street whore we will be
pleasod to meet all of our old
customers. Thanking you for
past favors wo aro yours for
O. B. Case & Co, 115-tf
Volume 1 No. 1 of tho Apacho
Chief reached us today. Tho ed
itors aro Messrs McKonna it
Cross. Tho Chief is a vory neat
papor ably edited and overflow
ing with nows. It is Democratic
to tho coro, and will, wo hope re
ceivo tho support of tho business
men of that thriving city.
Apacho can and will support two
good papers at present, and if
she continues to thrive in the fu
tiiro as she haB in tho past, there
-will soon bo a field open for an
other papor. The Demeorat
hopes to seo the Chief become a
power for good in Caddo county.
we have a large stock of
Cement, Lime, Sidewalk
McAlister Coal, Colorado Coal, Smith
ing Coal. Our grades are the best, our
prices as low as onyone.
Call and Sec us or
StephensonBrowne Lbr. Co.
Centrally located, everything first-class, rates $2 por daj
, E. HAI.STON, I'lioi'. Cor. Oth and Main Streets.
The Reece Agency,
Office on Main St., one block north
of Court House.
Iiuys warrants and bonds, collects and romits monoy, buys,
sells nnd leasos farm and city proporty on small margin.
Does all kinds of notary work, writes contracts, deeds, etc.
Surveys and appraises proporty and guarantees descript
ion anu vaiuo oi proporiy, negotiates suroty uonus anu
farm loans. Agent for Victor safes, and school furnlturo
and supplios. ljoans money with which to erect 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.
O. B. Case & Co.
Aro now prepared to do all kinds of tin work
and also savo you monoy on your hardwaro.
Wo aro not olosing out overathing at oot to
quit business, wo aro horo to stay. But wo
-havo a good many specialties that wo aro
soiling belyve wholesale prices. IIoatingr
stoves wo aro soiling 10 por ct less than whole
sale prices, as wo must mako room for a
largo shipmont of Hardware that will bo
TheBig Coffee Pot
St. is the place.