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Anad&rko Daily Democrat.
ANADARKO. CATT)0 CO., OKLA.. API,. 8. 1003.
W. H. DIVERS.
COUNCIUtKH 1ST WARD
Wells, D 31
Lundgroon, D 29
Oyler, R 57
Childs, R 47
COUNCILMAN 2ND WARD
Ford, D 93
Ormo, D 70
Watkins, R 71
Houston, R 22
Milno, C 28
RESULT OF THE
Below wo givo the rosult of tho
election, tho figures boing us near
ly correct ns wo hnvo boon able
Divors, D .150 107
Cochran, R 180
Bradford, 0 107
Anadarko's New Mayor.
IBBtM a iaiH BMnaiwi iibjum
It was demonstrated yesterday at the polls, that W. II. TMvers
was pre-eminently "tho peoples choice." Wo feel confident that
our citizens will havo no reason to regret their soleclion. Mayor
Divors is acknowledged by all parties to bo a town builder, whe
will exert every energy towards bettering tho condition of our city.
Our citizens feel assured that public improvements will bo begun
at tho earliest possible moment, and that everything that can mean
advancement for our city, will be advocated.
Bcobo, D 312
Hamilton, R 219
Plum, C 115
CHIEF OK POUCH
Hefley, D 340
Starkweathor, R 102
Cooley, C 110
Brown, D 330
i Ellis, R 200
' CITY ATTORNKY
Live-say, D . 339
Wood, R ' 223
Liming, C & D ' 200
Arends, R 302
Campbell, D - 847-
McAninch, R 201
Labbait, C 58
COUNCILMKN 3RD WARD
Gallagher, D 153
Baum, D 130
Wolmor, It 07
Carpontor, It S7
COUNCI1.MEN lTH WARD
Mahow, D 87
Whitlook, D 87
Stophonson, It 00
Ellison, It 85
Smith, C 20
Oldham, D 310
Hart, It 220
Tho following aro tho names of
those elected on tho School Board :
First Ward Campbell. D;
Second Ward Hammort, D;
Third Ward Bnrgott, D; Wal
Fourth Ward T. Pruott, D;
Wo lmv plenty of money to tuki -nro it alldosira-
blo farm loans. Will look after tho final proof and
furnish tho money for final certificate. Long term
loans with partial paymont privologo after one year.
Annual interest payablo on tho first day of any month
in tho year you may select. Principal and interest
payable at your own bank.
PLUM tSz PlitTM.
4 doors oast of Post Offioo, Anadiirko, Okla.
WHITLOCK & CLEVELAND
Flour and IRoedl
TREASURER SCHOOL HOARD
Graham, D 288
Reece, R 281
lllcctlon Notes Prom IJlsewliore.
Blaokwell wont democratic
with tho oxcoption of polico
Rl Reno went solidly democratic
with tho exception of mayor.
Oklahoma City went democrat
ic. Leo Van Winkle being elec
Kingfisher is democratic.
Ponca City camo out on tho
right side by goingddmocratic.
Norman wont democratic.
Purcell was a clean sweep for
St. Louis and Chicago wont
The largest flour and feed store in Coddo county
Wholesale or retail at lowest cash price
Store, 1st door west
of National Bsnk
TVlonoy Saving Offerings at
Our store is crowded with bright new merchandise, all latest styles, the best that money could buy, and while quality was the key note in getting this
superior stock together, the best, the largest, the most complete in this country, we did not forget that prices must be right to hold popular favor.
Special India Linen Offerings.
Bought 0,000 yards before tho rise. Camo in Friday, on
sale now, while this lot lasts. 200 yards 35c quality on sale
at 25 cents.
500 yards 25c quality On sale at 15-oonts.
1,000 yards 20c quality on salo it 12 1-2 cents.
2,000 yards 15o quality on salo at 10 oonts.
1,000 yards 12 1-2 ct quality on sale at 8 1-3 cents.
1,000 yards 8 1-3 ct quality on salo at 5 cents. t
Ready to Wear
Each season shows Ladios Ready
to wear garments more popular.
This season thoy aro more elaborate
in stylo and cut, porfoct fitting and
wo havo an assortment where you
ar be pleased in stylo and price.
Blaok all wool Basket cloth skirts
flare bottomt with straps and but
tons, only S4.00.
Goodv skirts well trimmed, well
finishedV for S2.50 and S3.50.
A full lino of skirts in the new
colors, Tans, Greens, Groys with
tho now hip trimmings and yoko
effects at S4. 50, S5. 00, 80.50, 87.00
Dimity Summer Mublins, in a bowildoring array of styles
and colors, suitable for Ladies and Children. Thousands of
yards which will, however, not last long as soon as spring
buying commences. Got your choice oarly. Prices range
20c, 15c, 10c, down as low as 5c, for dainty patterns.
White Mercerized Novelties.
A largo assortment of patterns, self dot, self stripes Damask
ed patterns, Dresden figures, prices range 45c, 4Uc, 35c, 25c,
15o, as low aB 10c per yard.
MEN'S SHIRTS. Genuine woven Madras Shirts, attached
or detached cuffs, guaranteed fast colors, oaah fiOo.
GEO. P. IDE & CO. Gold and Silver Shirts, a full assort
ment of spring 1008 styles and colors, all sizes for small and
large mon S1.00, S1.50 and S1.75.
MEN'S SHOES. The Amigo, tho regular S3.00, S3.50.
The Special Clover Brand 84.00 and S4.50.
These represent tho highost typo of shoo making, use only
tho best loathors, finest workmanship, aro Union mado and
absolutely perfect fitting.
THE ARISTO CALF at S2.50 is tho best shoe sold for that
money. Made of genuine good quality Box Calf, C. W.
Hand Sowed, by far better than tho average 83.00 shoe.
Our Clothing Department is known
as headquarters for correct styles for
Men and Boys.
Wo aro roceiving additions every
day and all tho now things out this
season aro found on our counters
For Men at from
$20 to $18.
' For Boys
$i to $6.
Shirts for Boys.
In all sizes, Porcalo printed and
woven, Madras with cuffs and collars
attached or soparato for
With Mothers friend Belt
25 and 50 cents.