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Anadarko Daily Democrat.
ANADARKO, CADDO CO., OKLA., MAR. 13 , 1008.
Nigh Class The Clothing
Are the Ladies' Belts just
placed on sale by us. These
styles have only just come out
in New York.
Price 75c to $3
We have the new Belt
Buckles and Sash Pins both
in Steel and Copper effects.
The swellest in back combs
A white Ivory Comb, gold
trimmed, We show them.
Our Clothing room is full
in all lines of new merchan
dise. No jobs, no odds and
ends, no special bargains, but
new up-to-date spring stuff
that we are willing to com
pare prices and quality and
style with any clothing houoe
New suits for men, boys
and little fellows.
New Shirts in all styles and
New Hats. Ask for the
"Skinker Road" and "worlds
Fair" Hat, they are right.
New Socks. Lace effects,
fancy and plain.
New Neckwear in all the
Jesse James, lie Says, Was a Get
ter Citizen Than tho Grand Ave
nue Methodist Church Pastor.
Work Will Begin Tomorrow And Rap
idly Pushed To a Completion.
Come in and see the new Spring
If if comes from "The Fair" it
I Do You Eat?
Of Course You Do.
You can get good things
to eat at
Big "C" Flour the best on
earth. 3rd door east of P.O.
Highest market prico paid
for all kinds of conntry produce.
John T. Hoover
-All kinds of-
, Lard and
Cheapest Place in Town
iimnnni ni'iiinnininnniii nn
Store, 1st door west
of National ffoLixk
of Anctarko, 6th
and B Sts.
. tl w
"Religion and Socialism," was
tho subject of a lecture delivored
yesterday afternoon in tho Pop
per building by Walter Thomas
Mills. In. tho course of his ro
marks Mr. Mills made an attack
on Dr. William A. Quaylo, pastor
of tho Grand Avenue Methodist
church, who is one of tho activo
members of the Economic Lea
gue, an organization opposed to
the teachings of socialism. In
speaking of Dr. Quaylo and the
league of which ho is a member,
Mr. Mills said :
A miniofft?. r( fVin rvnartnl whn
will stand up and say that a man
should not vote tho socialist tick
et, but should vote instead the
Republican, Democratio or Popu
liBt ticket, is a farce, a fraud and
"Jesse James was a better
citizen than is Dr. Quaylo. Jesse
James robbed tho banks, but
took tho consequences."
These remarks wore applauded
vigorously by tho audience. Con
tinuing Prof. Mills said:
"Dr. Quaylo either must re
sign from tho Economic League,
or I will make every member of
his church brand him as a- liar
and a fraud. If ho does not re
sign he will be advertisod as the
representative of tho biggest
fraud ovor offered to tho peoplcof
the United States."
In speaking of tho Economio
League, Mr. Mills said: "The
National Economic League is
but another name for tho Nation
al Economical Leg-pulling As
sociation. It claims to stand for
good government, honesty and
piety, yes piety, "piety;" repea
ted tho speaker, raising his voice
at each repetition of tho word
"piety" until tho hall rang with
tho. sound of his voice. "Tho
National Economio League is the
biggest gang of pick-pockets
that over lived."
"That's right," somo ono call
ed out from tho audience.
"Of course it is right." said
Mr. Mills, "I wouldn't say so if it
"Why, they say sociulism is
not irreligious, buttreats of ques
tions from an economical stand
point. It is out of ordor to mix
religions ceremonies with social
ism. I do not say that socialism
has nothing to do with religion
So far as I have been able to dis
cover tho Socialists aro tho only
ones in Kansas City who have
real, lasting religious fervor."
"Tho way they figure the thing
out,a capitalist can run for an of
fice before he is baptised, but a
man cannot possibly be opposed
to stealing unless ho shall at tho
same timo agree to and adopt the
whole ceremony of somo churoh
form or other,
Dr. Quaylo only laughed when
hiB attention was called to tho re
marks made concerning him by
The Economic League is an or
ganization composed of men who
are opposed to the teachings of
socialism. Its membere believe
tho principles advocated by the
Socialists would result in tho dis
ruption of tho government. The
league is represented in all tho
larger cities of the United States.
Its local officers consist of a board
of three members of which pr.
Quayle js ono.
For f 0 Alister fancy lump coal,
call up 0. H, Ksmm, phone 43.
Wd aro glad to inform our read
ors that a 150 barrel flouring
mill, for our city, is an assured
fact. Tho sito was purohascd to
day from 0. H. Goagan. Wo
want to congratulato tho Com
mercial Club, city council and
other citizens for their prompt ac
tion and interost taken in this
matter. It proves conclusively
that our citizens are wide awake
to their intoroBts and that when
they go after a thing they will
land it. Tho Democrat will al
ways do its duty towards tho up
building of Anadarko. Wo had
the pleasuro of being tho first
ono to pay tho amount wo sub
scribed to secure tho location.
Wo aro not hero to kick at
everything that don't go to suit
ub, but wo are hero to help make
a city that wo will all ho proud of,
Wo also want tho Commercial
Club to give its attention to tho
canning factory proposition. This
is an enterprise that can easily bo
secured and will bo worth thous
ands of dollars to our merchants
as well as the farmers. In re
Bponso to the editorial in yester
day's Democrat quit a number
of business mon have called at
our office, and we have been as
sured by two parties who aro
residents of tho city that thoy
will take 82,000 worth, of stock) ii
a three or four thousand dollar
canning factory. Now is the timo
to push this proposition, so the
farmers can make their arrange
ments to grow tomatoes, beans,
peas, corn, etc., to supply tho
canning factory this year.
The daily papers report that
tho valloys of tho south aro flood
ed, and that tho levees aro being
anxiouBly watched, as tho Miss
issippi is a raging torrent, and
heavy rains aro still falling. Wo
should bo thankful that wo do not
live under tho shadow of a levee,
which, though it be over bo Btrong,
is not an infallible protection
from a hugh wall of water vhich.
if one weak point is found, will
soon inundate thousands of acres
of rich valley land, and leave
hundreds of people homeless.
After all isn't Oklahonu the
bost place for a homo, oven if wo
have to contend witn tho high
winds and dust occasionally?
Wo have plonty of money to take caro of all desira-'
bio farm loans. Will look after tho final proof and
furnish tho money for final certificate. Long term
loans with partial payment privolego after ono year.
Annual interest payablo on tho first duy of any month
in tho year you may soloct. Principal and interest
payablo at your own bank.
PliTJM tfc PliUM.
4 doors east of Post Office,
Tho leading hardware houso In tho
city. Wo carry a full lino of hardwaro
and Implements. Wo don't claim to
bo tho cheapest houso In town, for wo
buy the best of everything, bo wo con
glvo you tho bost vnluo for tho prico
asked. Wo have had our pick and
have selected tho following lines of
Soods, namoly: Great Western and
arland Stoves and Ranges. Tho
worlds best John Pecro Plows. Tho
Now Mollno Wajron. John Dcoro
Buggies. Dccrlng Harvesting Machin
ery. J. I. Caso Threshing Machines.
Wo just mention a fow lines of goods
wo handle to glvo an Idea of their
Wo also carm a full lino of
builders hardwaro and a nlno
of qucenswaro, etc.
It will pay you to got our
prices beforo you buy.
Yours for business,
On Saturday night, Mar. 14th,
tho Lorano Comedy Co. will
present tho four act IriBh Comedy
Drama, entitled Kathleen
Mavourneen, in tho Opera houso
at this place. Somoof the mem
bers aro well known to our cit
izens, and we predict that the
presentation of this play will bo a
success in every way. Tho
season is drawing to a closo and
the play-going public will not
have many more opportunities to
attend such entertainments.
To holders of Homo seekers
Excursion Tickets reading Via
C. R. I. & P, Ry, pr C 0 & G. R.
R, the Rock Island will sell
side trip Tiokets to any station
on tho 0, R, I, k p. Ry in Okla
at one faro for tho round trip.
The ritPRn JJrait of these tickets
will bo same da,te as return limit
of. the Homo pscke-rs jilokot held
by party making the purchase.
Qet ypar, kd and .eakea of $he
Anadarko bakery. 64U
A NEVA DEAL.. Oi.
On March 1st wo shall adopt tho Cash System and soil
Only for Cash Under this plan wo can and will soil you
goods cheaper, than ovor and wo shall oxpoct to Increaso
"; "our business vory materially. SIncowo started hero busi
ness has been very good and wotako this opportunity of
thanking our customers for past patronago und Invito a
continuance of tho somo, Wo shall contlnua to sell tho
Bost goods at bottom prices, ono prico to all, and your
child can buy as cheaply as yoursolf. Wo call your at
tention especially to our standard brands of canned goods
P. P. O. C. Punch & Bollovtio Cal. Fruits, Hamburgh,
Now York nnd Punch Vegetables, Coffees nnd Teas nnd
Hunter Cream Flour.
"i& SMITH & BEALL.
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A WELL KNOWN FACT.
It is acknowledged by ull that when a man mukes
a specialty of ono lino of business, devoting all
his timo, energy and ability to his work, ho will
make a success of it. Ono of tho most difficult
and oxacting trades is that of harness making,
and wo claim to have mastored tho business.
Our goods aro hand mado, warranted to give
satisfaction, and our prices always reasonable.
SCOTT & SON, East Broadway.
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 cad See us or
StephensonBrowne Lbr. Co.
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U W. Myeus, Pros.
L. D. Blankknsiiii', Vlco-Prco.
I. E. Cox, Cashier.
J. H.Wihtk, Asst. Cashier,
Bhe Citizens National Bank,
Capital, - - $25,000.00.
O. W. Milne, J. P. Brown, L. W. Myors, L. D. Blankcnahlp, I. E. Cox.
J)pcs a general banking business. Money to loan at all times.
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