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ANADA11KO. CADDO CO.. OIvLA., JAN. 2-1 . 1000.
gr NO. 18Q.
Hold less than cost ut M. K. Sewarda, who carries
a complete lino of Hardware and Implomonls. Those
plows are tho John Deoro in pood shapo and wo aro
selling 12 inch plows for S8.00, 14 inch plows $8.50
and 10 inoh plows at S9.00. Call at onco as thoy will
not last long at theso pricos.
Mais St. Between 6 aid 7
Jno, O. Burgett,
The Oklahoma St. Qroceryman
Will soil uoods cheap during the holhlays. Tho following
prices will convince you.
Standard packed tomatoos ."$ lb cans lOo
Early Juno pens por can . .. . Oc
Sugar ooru per can ... Oc
Flo peach por can Uo
(1 lb best navy boans Ufic rs
4 lb best quality rico 2ic s
Flake hominy por lb 4c 3
Swift's Jorsoy Oleomargeriuo por lb 20c
Nuts, candles, fruits and in fact ovorythlng in the grocery line
iuit ut the lowest prices Goods ilollvorcd to uny part of the city, sis
l'HONi: NO. 81. E5
Mitchell & Hagsman,
One of tho loading Uardwaro dealers and tho cxcluslvo
Pump and Wind Mill dealers in Anudarko. Wo do nil
kinds of pump ropairing and Wind Mill work. Wo drill
nil kinds of wolls. Wo carry u full lino of well, pump and
plumbing supplies. When wanting anything In our lino
cnll up phono No. 174 and nil cnlls will bo promptly an
swered. All wonc guaranteed.
On Muin St. betweon 4th and 5th
MITCHELL & HAGEMAN.
Wo aro always watchful of your interests. If
you wont horsewear that serves you well, there
is no doubt of you finding it here. "Wo want
to show you tho goodness of the things wo
make ourselves or thoso wo buy of tho manu
facturers. We're- ready aro you?
:ott & SON,
4? sft? ?J
It SMITH, President
T FLYNN Vlec-PrcH.
D. KUEITKH. Cashier.
II. S. DIXON. Asst Cnsbler
The National Bank of Anadarko,
CAPITAL - - - - $25,000.
Collections a Spoolalty.
T. Smith. D. T. Flynn. B. S. Dixon.
F. L. Wlnklor. Win, Grimes. D. KrelUor.
K'?ft"ft"J?'ft'? ?? '&'$?'&'''''!&
Store, 1st door west I
of National Bank
of AnaLctaj'ko, 6th
arid B Sts.
f ZNew X0ai( to tftcp gambling, t
There's a dapper little follow,
Whom wo all know very wall;
He's u shrowd young polilloian,
And if 'tis truth thoy toll,
IIo's concerned so very groallj?
In tho welfare of his town,
That on all kinds of gambly
Ho most virtously doos frown.
IIo's so vory onorgotio,
That ho and another man,
A husky, portly follow,
Decided on this plan
Thoy know thoy wero oxpoolod
To do all which thoy woro ablo,
To suppross this ovil practice,
So thoy watched tho gambling U bid.
And thoy found a gamo in progress,
About thirteen hundred strong;
A cattloman. tho naughty thing,
Was piking right along.
Now in order to accomplish much,
For tho welfare of tho land,
Thoy decided to break up tho gamo,
And so they took a hand.
Thoy woro vory, vory caroful
To do nothing that was rash;
Thoy reasoned that to stop tho gama,
'Twas best to get the cash.
For with that in their possession,
'Twould surely easy be,
To slop that auful gamo of chance
Their wisdom you can see.
So thoy waded in right sturdily,
And with chips stacked up like towers,
Thoy struggled for that money,
For forty-eight long hours.
Thoy played tho gamo most wisejy, ',
Thoy did their very best; t
Thoy wero determined to .succeed,- 4fr -'
Ero thoy would sleep.or rest. f X'
And from that wicked cattloman,
Thoy took that filthy gold
Thoy finally stopped that gamo of chance,
Thoso men so wise and bold.
And thus thoy'll stop all ovil,
All wrong doing thoy'll keep down ;
Givo them tho reins of government,
And you'll havo a model town
II.is tho Caddo County Times
"Flopped" again? If so why is
it thusly? Does it want to get
brought out? Did its flop flop
ping prove remunerative. Who
gets tho public printing, and why
is that thusly also? Why does
tho C. C. T. want an Independent
"Peek-a-Boo" "I see you"
"Come from bohind tho chair."
Wo cannot? answer tho first
question for tho reason that wo
havo never boon ablo to find
from what ho "flopped,, and to
whore ho "flopped" or whothor
lie has "lit" yet.
Tho second question can bo
answorod by an oraolo only, wo
do not know where it could at
this time flop too.
Tho third is probably now in
embryo, as enough of its inde
pendent contingent has not yet
materialized to find if thoy aro
endowed with a few sheokols that
will bo dotormined lator on.
For answer to tho fourth ques
tion wo cannot oven vonturo a
guess. For answor to tho fifth
questton read tho Tribune.
Answer to sixth question. An
independent movement is usually
instigated by a few renegades
from each party who by reason
af their insatiate greed for public
patronage and support and eter
nal bickerings aro outlawed;
thoy then got together and enlist
tho support of a few honest and
upright citizens who givo oar
and credence to their tirades and
in some instances thinking thoy
aro assisting in roform bocauso
involved with them, after which
tho aforesaid renegades and po
litical outcasts take charge of af
fairs and then tho honest busi
ness man who is not seeking pro
ferment himself becomes tho un
willing political tool of tho tricks
tor and grafter who secures tho
coveted nomination or public pa
Very often the honest business
man discovers this too lato and
prido keeps him in lino with this
revolutionary movomont and in
tho end ho has to pay dearly for
it. Bowaro of tho trickster who
comes and says I will step in and
bo tho saviour for aftor inlisting
with him ho will next inform you
that to carry on his righteous and
holy warfare will necessitate
munitions of war and you and
tho othor roformors will havo to
provide it. For fear that ho
might not bo successful in got
ting his cadaverous hand in tho
public treasury ho will work his
first graft on his honest and un
thinking constituency Mr, Busi
ness Republican and Domoorat
if you want roform, got
out in your own party and uso
your energy and brain in select
ing good men for office.
John F.' Brown of the Mo.
Lumber Co. loft today for Kan
sas City to attend tho meeting of
tho Mo. Kans. and Okla. lumber
mens convention whioh, moots
there next Tuesday. Tho Hoo
hoos will moot at tho same time.
CITY MlttT MARKET,
llannncrt & Thralls.
Cnll up 84 when you wish to arranjte a
fmptlng breakfast, ierve a nice dinner or
upper, m wo are always prepared to fur
nlh anything in the line of fresh mid cured
menu, nth, oysters and ginc, oelery, prnn
Iwrrlee. orange ml other (mitt mid vegeta
ble. We hUo keep a complete line of
st pie and fancy groceries, tinned meat
and ioupi. Spocial attention given to
family trade orai. order by Phone.
To Lovers of Good things to Eat. (3
0 Heu'in the new year aright. Oo to Smith ft Ueall whoro you can Kci (L
mythlng you want of the beat the market nllords. Wo have no cut T
f pi iff., our goods are all leaders, once a customer alwnys a custom- A
r. I hanking the good people of Anadnrko for tholr past patronago V
will sav we are better prepared to take care of you now than over (Jl
befow. Come and Ihj convinced of the truth. W hnv !..... ,i,.i,,
our advertising over tho counter, but the news paper men say thoy
hav- got to live, hence this ad.
SMITH & BEALL.
we have a lnrye stnr k nt
Commit, Lhno, Sldowalk
McAlister Coal, Colorado Coal, Smith
ing coal. Our grades are the best, our
prices as low as onyone.
Call and See us or
StephensonBrowne Lbr. Co.
t. entrally locitcd, overythlnfriirst-class, rates 2 per dav
o. u. it ALSTON, fitoi'. Cor. Oth and Main Streets.
The Reece Agency,
Office on Main St., one block north
of Court House.
lluyb warrants und bonds, collects and remits money, buys,
soils and loasos farm and city property on small margin.
Doos all kinds of not try work, writes contracts, deeds, etc.
burvoys and appraises property and guarantees descript
ion and valuo of proporty, negotiates surety bonds and
farm loans. Agent for Victor safes, and school furnlturo
and supplios. .Loans money with which to orcct buildings,
is local treasurer and agent Agent for the Aetna, The
tor Aetna Building and Manchester of England &
Loan Association. Citizens Fire Ins. Co's.
(J. o. Case & Co.
Aro now prepared to do all kinds of tin work
and also savo you money on your hardwaro.
Wo aro not closing out ovorsthing at cost to
cpjit businoss, wo aro hero to stay. But wo
havo a good many spooiallios that wo aro
soiling bolow wholosalo priooe. Heating
stovos wo aro soiling 10 por otiose than whole
sale pricos, as wo must make room for a
largo shipment of Hardware that will bo
The Big Coffee Pot
On C St. is the place.