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Farm Loans and Insurance-Lowest Rate. J. T. MOORE & CO., over National Bank of Anadarko.
ANADARKO. CADDO CO., OK1.A., MAU. r. 100H.
THAT 115 VOTES.
' C n ItJSTRITF '
A Slircwcd Political Moe, Hut One
Which Will Not Rosult In Any
Benefit, Ab It Was Too (llnr
ing a Praud.
So Called because tfcey are
Just rite in fit
Just rite in style
Just rite in comfort
Just rite in price
We have just received a full line of this celebrated
Miss Robard and Miss Anderson will be pleased to
have a chance to show them to you and explain
their good points.
, Prices 50c to $1.50
Only to be had at
Anjsr'k -a TW "
New goods coming in daily.
P. S. We are now fixing up our Millinery room.
We have engaged a first-class trimmer from St.
Louis who will be here soon. We will make an
nouncement of our Spring Opening.
I Do You Eat?
Of Course Yon Do.
You can get good things
to eat at
Big "C" Flour tho beston
earth . 3rd door east of P.O .
Highest market price paid
for all kinds of conntry produce.
John T. Hoover I
Yesterdayjthore wore 116 votos
oast in Uie 2nd ward for delegates
to the city convention today.
There is not an honest RepubjB
oan in tho oity but Who knoTO
that thuro are not more than 78
Ropublioan votos in that ward,
And when a. parly will allow such
conduct to bo carried on in it
ranks it can't oxpoot tho rospoot
and support of docont men, and
tho party will suffor for it. Tho
Ropublioan party does not stand
for such conduct. As a rulo, a
groat majority of tho Ropublioan
party aro for honosty and docon
cy in election, especially so,whon
confined ontiroly to mombors of
its own party. Tho Domocrals
had a primary election a for
days ago, and it is a fact that
ovon thoir political onomios can
not deny that it was conducted
fair and square and that no fraud
was practised anywhoro. Wo aro
proud to bolong to such a party.
Wo arp confident that tho people
of Anadarko will robuko tho ac
tions of tho manipulators anil in
stigators of tho corruption and
fraud that was practised in tho
2nd ward yesterday. Us a dis
grace to tho party and to tho
city. That element accomplished
its purpose, which was to nomi
nate tho ticket today and control
tho actions of tho n&mineo. A
cry has gono up from all over tho
city for honosty and decency at
tho hands ofhOitY officials. Tho
Republicans by thoir conduct
havo uttorly ignored that cry,
On tho othor hand, tho mombors
of tho Democratic party nomina
ted a ticket, solected by tho
pooplo, upon a platform which
pledges them to hbnostY in tho
conduct of tho city's affairs, and
it is a foregone conclusion that
tho people of Anadanco will rati
fy tho soloction made by tho
primary, at tho election on April
-All kinds of-
Mrs. V. Humphrey and daugh
ter loft Wednesday for h visit
(0 relatives in Guthrie.
W. K. Sttlvin hits purchaned
two lots in block seven and will
goon begin building a residence.
This locality 1ms boon blessed
with plenty of rain and thegrnund
is in excellent shape to begin
L. D. Thomas has ordered a
stock of harness and will put in a
harness store in the old post of
Manager Russel, of the local
telephone oxohange, expects to
havo the exchange in operation
by tho firnt of next week.
The now Congregational church
18 nearing completion. When
finished it will be a valuable ad
dition to Binger.
Geo. Massey, manager of tho
Bridgeport tolophone oxohnngo
is here this wook putting in Uio
exchange for Claude Russol.
County Supt. Turner was in
Binger Wednesday, and organ
ized a now district two miles oast
of hero and made arrangements
to havo a new school building
put up at once.
Mr. Allon, connected with tho
Bridgeport Bank, was in town
Tuesday on business connected
with tho bank. Indications aro
that Mr. Allon will soon bo in tho
banking business in Binger.
E. C. McWilliams mado a busi
ness trip to El Rono Monday and
talked with sovoral parties inter
ested in tho M. K. & T. R. R.f
who informed him that the road
was headed this way and pros
poctfi aro vory gQpd for Bingor
g6lting tho now road.
'E. C. Mo Williams took charge
of tho PostOffico Saturday evon-
ing and moved tho office to tho
corner of Main St. and Herman
Ave., whoro ho has fitted out an
up-to-date PostOffico. Tho new
cabinet with call and combina
tion boxes makos the Bingor offico
second to none in Caddo county.
Tlit loiullnir hardware Iuhiip in the
oily. Wo carry a full line of )mrhuu
and impli'iiu'tits. Wo don't chum to
w the cheapest house In town, for w
bii the bent of eerythln;, so we enn
tflve ou the bent value for the price
uskril. We have had our pick and
huM- ntdeotod the following; linen of
iioods, namely: Great Western and
Uarlund Htoxrs nnd Unno. The
worlds bent John Deere Plows. The
New Mollno Wajron. John Deere
Hiitfk'io. Ueerlnif IJurvrstluif Machin
ery. .1. I. Case Thresh In a Machines.
We just mention a few lines of jroods
we handle to kivp an Idea of their
We alxo car - a full linn uf
builders hardware and n mm
of ciueeninare. etc.
it will paj ou to gel our
pilces before jmi bu.
Yours for limine,
H?-fc4H? 4? mHf'4 -ft
W, Mykrs, l'res.
D. Blank Nairn, Vlce-1'res.
I. K. Cox, Cashier.
J. II. White, Ami n
Bhe Citizens Natiosval Bank,
Capital, - - $25,000.00,
0. W. Milne, .1. R Drown, L.
Does a general tanking business.
W. Myers, L. D. lUankenshlp, I. E. Cox
Monuy to loan at all tlnios.
afcs afts tifaifcifafydfrfyfyfytifrdfrgfr
JMiWV,V' fjnf)fIjfI?$Jj JL
A NEW DEAL. Ov-
On March 1st we shall adopt tho Cash System and soil
Only for Cash. Undor thta plan wo oan and will bull vou
itoods ohonpor than ovor ami we slinll oxpoot to incroaso
our buslnoss vory materially. Since wo startod lioro busi
ness has beon vory good and wotako this opportunity of
thanking our customors for pusL patronage and invito a
coullnuanco of tho sumo, Wo hhall contlnuo to soil tho
Dost goods at bottom tirlcos. ono nrlco to all. nnd vour
fj child can buy as cheaply ns joursolf. Wo call your ut-
gff tontlon ospeclally to our standard brands of canned goods
It P. F. O. C. Punch As Dollovuo Oil. Fruits, Iliunburch,
JT Now York and Punch Vcgotablos, CoiTeos nnd Toas and
jf Uuntor Croam Flour.
"V$ SMITH & BEALL.
I J KV4A-0V-k'V- V"A,V,,',,tsl
M E A T S,
Cheapest Place in Town n
Phono 72 I
I Store, 1st door west
I of Natioaal Bstfik !
of AnaLd&rko, 6th 1
and B. Sts. 1
Did you over see such a com
motion as thoro is in tho republi
can ranks at present? It is not
at all surprising, for tho republi
cans aro in tho midst of one of
tho fiercest, threo cornered fights
among themselves, that our city
has over known Heavyweight
Hammond, tho loadorof ono fac
tion, stalks majestically around
hiiHv "mnltino' modifiino" for tho
big pow-wow, Bro. White of tho
Tribune, though comparatively
u now man in the city, seems to
bo of tho opinion that tho only
way to save tne city is to toiiow
his instructions, while Nick, tho
would bo loader of tho citizens
movomont, stands around on tho
comors, and no Qno takeB tho
slightest notice of him. Ho cer
tainly is a "power in politics" as
ho has endeavored to bo a loader
in threo political parties within
tho paBt oightoon months, put
ting in about sis months of his
valuablo timo in each party.
Verily, tho way of tho trans
gressor is hard, and tho way of
tho man who allows himsolf to
become a oat's paw in the hands
of a party which is full of con
tention and strife, is hardor
Tho Philomathio Club will moot
Saturday, at 3 i M., at tho homo
of Mrs. Frank F. Ford. This will
bo "Longfollow" day, and a vory
interesting meeting is anticipated.
"Under the Big Tent."
Tho entertainment to bo given
at tho Opera Houso, March 0, by
Col. Jack Faw, will bo a bonofit
to our citizons in moro than ono
wav. Not only will thoy havo
an opportunity to hoar a splendid
lecturo, delightful music and
laughablo anecdotes and imper
sonations, but thoy will also hayo
tho satisfaction of knowing that
a goodly share of tho proceeds
will bo givon to tho high school
library at this placo. This enter
tainment should bo liberally pat
ronized, as our school children
will bo greatly benefited both
by tho lecturo and by tho ad
dition to tho library funds.
Delinquent Persoaal Taxes.
All persons having dolinquont
personal taxes can savo further
costs by paying up before March
15th. After that date tho law
roquires thut tax warrants bo
placod in tho hands of tho sheriff
for oollootion. M. L. Hito,
By 15. B. Widaman, Doputy.
we have a Iarcre stock of
foooDfLMu' rr t mn w-! tr-r n
GOOD CO.AW iUUYl JO JEZ JTV.
einont, jjimo, muowaiK
McAIister 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.
wtwrnnm a jwitr.gwtn
4H NNsH fc'ffcfcM?
It is acknowledged by all thatwhon a man makos
a specialty of ono lino of business, devoting all
his timo, energy and ability to his work, ho will
mako a success of it. Ono of tho most difficult
and exacting trades is that of harness making,
and wo claim to havo mastered tho business.
Our goods are hand mado, warranted to givo
satisfaction, and our prices always reasonablo.
SCOTT & SON, East Broadway.
Taken up by tho undersigned
on nw quartor of sec. 84-8-10
March 2nd. 1008, ono rod cow,
and small oalf. Ownor can havo
samo by proving proportyand
paying costs. If not proven tho
abovo properly will bo posted ac
cording to law. F. Snitzons. t2
J. L. Wilson, of Gracomont,
was a visitor at tho Democrat of
fico today and had his name
placed on our subscription list.
lie informs us that his Democ
racy is of tho Texas brand.
O. B. Case & Go.
Aro now proparod to do all kinds of tin work
and alo eavo you money on your hnrdwun
Wo aro not closing out ovorsthintf at n9t to
quit bueinose, we aro hero to stay. But wo
havo a good many specialties that wo are
soiling below wholesale prices. I loafing
stoves we are selling 10 per ct less than wholo
salo prioos, as wo must muko room for a
largo shipmont of Hardware that will bo
The Big Coffee Pot
On C St. is the place.