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ET YOUR ICE CREAM AT EARHEARTS.
Anadarko Daily Democrat;
ANADARKO, OADDO CO., OKX.A., MAR. 20, 1008.
Whereas, it haa come to the
itico of the First Ward Law
id Order League that rude and
mderoua insinuations having
en mado and printed in ono of
e city papors concerning thoac-
bn and stand taken by Mr. M.
Yard, our fellow townsman,
tizen and momber of the board
education of tho city of An-
Whereas, it has been asked
lio ho is and what property in-
rest does ho own,
Therefore, bo it resolved that
, tho mombors of tho First
ard law and Order League, do
reby doolaro such remarks and
targes as slanderous lnsinu-
ions dogenerativo in pur-
)se and without causo or pro
bation ; f urthor that Mr. Yard
a respected citizen of tho first
ard of th6 city of Anadarko,
addoCo., O. T., and ownsprop-
ty and is a legal voter and tax
lyer of aforesaid city, and bo it
esolved that wo inaorsotho po
tion and approve of tho action
ken by Mr. Yard in the school
mtroversy and commend his
rmness and integrity, tho same
aving boon sustained by our
overnor and bo it further
Resolved that a copy of these
solutions bo spread upon tho
linutesof our Leaguo and a copy
f tho samo bo handed to tho ro-
Ipectivo papers of tho city.
Datod March 1003.. Com: C.P.
undgron. B. F. Cassidy. H. C.
It occurs to us that tho Law
nd Order Leaguo has gone out
f its way just a little in adopt1-
ig tho above resolutions, A
aw and Ordor Leaguo is all
ght and a good thing, where
10 law is not boing onforced.
And ovory ono freoly admits
there is room for such an organi
zation under tho present Repub
lican administration, which
"Nick" of "flopping" fame,
helped to eloct. But wo fail to
seo whoro tho Law and Ordqr
Leaguo can accomplish any good
by adopting any resolutions in
regard to an articlo in a paper,
especially when ovory word in
tho articlo was tho truth, and no
violation of law is charged. Tho
facts in tho caso aro that tho.
Governor told Mr. Yard that
thero was no ground whatever
for his charges. That ho (tho
Govornor) was personally ac
quainted with Mr. Parker, and
that ho would not bo a party to
fraud or collusion as charged by
Mr. Yard The Govornor well
know that tho Secretary of tho
Interior would ribt'approvo of the
plans, specifications etc, of our
school houses with Yard's
charges and Bugg's affidavit in
his hands. Tho Governor told
him and tho rest of tho committeo
that if this wont to tho Secre
tary of tho Interior that it was
possiblo wo woul,d. loso ourtS20,
000 appropriation for school
houses. Tho " Governor nover
sustained Mr. Yard in any way
whatever, if Spivey, Stacey,
and Burgett, toll tho truth.
Tho Democrat asked Mr. Yard
upon his return homo if ho had
boon sustained in his con
tention, and ho would not answer
tho question. Mr. Yard's conduct
has cost tho city over $300 and
done no good whatever. Wo
have no apology whatever to of
fer to tho Law and Order Loaguo.
Wo want school houses and
wo want them now, and wo ob
ject to overy ono who can't run
things to suit himself trying to
hold up tho school buildings and
deprive us of tho benefits and
improvements tnat wo aro en
titled to. Tho Democrat knows
no east, west, north , or south, in
Anadarko. Wo stand on tho
platform of tho greatest good to
tho greatest number.
The Plo Social.
Tho pio social which was giv
on last night by tho Ladies Aid
society of tho Christian Church
was a very pleasant affair, tho
attendance boing good and tho
refreshments served wero excel
lent bb is always tho caso when
theso ladies have chargo. Tho
ladios aro pleased with the suc
cess of thoir entertainment, and
thank the public for their liberal
The School Exhibit.
Tho exhibit of the different
grades of tho schools was held
yosterday and to-day in thejnorth
room cf tho high school.
Tho map drawing and free
hand drawings, aro attractive
and show some excellent work .
Several specimens indicate es
Tho exhibit in composistion,
physiology, book-keeping, pen
manship, etc., is certainly com
mendable. Tho Kindergarten
display in paper folding, clay
moulding, etc., is very pleasing.
Parents and citizens should a
vail themselves of this oppor
tunity to becomo acquainted
with the work of our schools,
and encourage tho pupils and
teachers in thoir best efforts.
Tho registra lion books will bo
Tlio Philomathic olub will moot
Saturday aftornoon at 3 p.-m.
with Mrs. Whito on South Boun
dary. Roll call will bo respond
ed to by selections from Hawt
C. C. Aloxandor drovo to
Pleas Howard took passage on
tho train for Chickasha Monday.
J. W. Garrett was a Comont
News in those parts is about all
T. M. Kelly purchased a now
plow in Chickasha Thursday.
Dr. Edons and R. J. McGuffin
wont to Anadarko to attend to
some school matters Wednesday.
John Carson drovo to Anadar
C. C. Aloxandor is plowing for
T. M. Kolly at prosent.
Mr. and Mrs Leo drovo to
Several of tho young folko
of Laverty attended tho danco at
Mr. Mayborry's homo five miles
north west of town Friday ovon
ing, everybody enjoyed a nico
J. W. Garrett departed for his
homo at Springtown Texas Sat
urday. W. H. Nyo of Chickasha was in
Laverty on business Saturday
Joo Naylorof Nowkirk was
visiting with tho family of Henry
Marshall tho past week.
Miss Nollio Peory of Chickasha
was visiting with friends in Lav
ertySaturday and Sunday.
Arbor day was well observed
by tho teacher and pupils of tho
Laverty school. Tho afternoon
was spent in sotting out shade
trees which ndda greatly to tho
looks of tho school ground.
Another wreck happened to tho
east bound froight at Turkey's
Peak west of town Sunday. Con
siderable damage was dono to
ono car and tho track, causing
Bovoral hours delay of tho trains.
Wo have plenty of money to tako caro of all dosira-'
bio farm loans. Will look nftor tho final proof and
furnish tho money for final certificate. Long term
loans with partial payment privologo after ono year. (
Annual interest payable on tho first day of any month
in tho year you may solcct. Principal and interest
payablo at your own bank.
PliTJM! & PliUM,
1 doors east of Post Office, Anadarko, Okla.
1 VIJ1 Vwv
K& WHITLOCK & CLEVELAND rou
Flour and Foecl
The lamest flour and feed store in Coddo county
Wholesale or retail at lowest cash price
Stephensons Drug 1
Store, 1st doqr est
of National Bank
ady for You
We have been for the last 3 months picking over manufacturers samples and selecting the choicest amongst them. We have
ransacked the Eastern markets from St. Louis to New York and Philadelphia with the aim to gather a stock of merchandise for
spring wear that should be second to none in Oklahoma. We have been receiving, opening and placing these goods for the last 3
weeks and we can truthfully say that WE ARE READY FOR YOU, with a selection of wearables that will please the most
fastidious, and at prices to suit the most economical mind.
, We show tho newest effects in Spring woolons, such as Et
amin Vorles, Flake Noveltios,Mahares, etc. In
Tho now things in Domostic and Imported : Madras cloths,
Silk Tissues, Mercerized Novelties, Courtraio Linon Batiste,
Fancy wash Grenadines.
Ready To Wear Department.
You will find all novelty fabrics mado into
Prices ranging from
50c to $5.00
New Silk Skirts
Of tho latest stylo and trimming both in Taffota PoiDeSoio
mado by th'o famous Philadelphia Sutt Company. Prices
$7.50 to $25.00
New Wool Skirts
Of tho Bannor .Brand mako whoso produotions are ac
knowloded to load tho procession in tho throo oasontials, fit
style and quality, pricus '
$3.50 to $9.50.
Our Clothing Room
Nothing but Standard Brands
and Union Mado Goods in this
Our clothing room is our es
pecial pride. For our customers
always go out satisfied and suit
ed. Our Spring linos aro now in
and wo considor it tho best lino of
clothing wo have ever shown in
Wo have all tho now weaves
and fancy mixtures, that will bo
all tho rago in Spring suitings.
Thoy aro entirely different
from last year, so wo want you to
como in and post yourself on pat
terns and styles.
Four reasons why you should
buy our clothing:
1st, Thoy fit.
2nd. They woor.
3rd. Thoy havo style.
4th. Thoy aro worth tho money
Our Childrons Department is
full to overflowing. Over one
thousand suits to pjok from. If
you cant find a suit for tho small
boy, you surely will bo hard tn
" .OLD" AND "SILVER" SHIRT.
They fit. rhey w:ish, thoy wear. That oasy feeling goes
with ono of Uieae shirts. Wo havo cheaper erados that havo
u heap ' atylo in 'em, and oh, tho quality ! Como and seo
for yourself. Pric-e- will not mako you gasp either. 50c, 7Bc
If it enmw from thi Fair it is good.
Ours is tho largest stock of Shoes in tho city. Wo show tho
newest patterns that tho eastern factories have gotten out.
Every distinct stylo of tho Queen Quality and Clover Brand
shoe, slipper and Oxford aro on our shelves in all sizes and
Lasts B to E. Wo want your patronage and will givo you all
that money and good workmanship can put in a shoo. Wo
havo added a
In chargo of Miss Barksdalo, a thoroughly csporienfed
trimmor from St. Louis. Wo aro showing a full lino of stroot
hate now. Will havo our formal opening lator, watch for
Wo would like to call your attention to our
Usonia Brand Hosiery
It is porfootly fftst color and suporiorto any woarlngquality.
Seo the now patterns we aro showing this spring in Laoo
weave effects, from
Tho nowos,t in Silk Clookod funcioe, at
35c to $1.00
Satisfaction Guaranteed or
Satisfaction Guaranteed or