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feT YOUR ICE CREAM AT EARHEARTS.
Anadarko Daily Democrat.
ANADARKO, CADDO CO., OlvLA.. API,. 10. 1003.
ur uib i ncaa.
you go into a storo and ask
prico of an articlo of morch-
iso you buy it, if it suits you
do not attempt to boat down
price. If you como to a
I'spapor omco and asK tno
o of an ad or a thousand let
heads you Bhould pursuo tho
10 policy. A publisher's spaco
his prico for job work ropro-
ts to him tho samo that tho
ds does to tho merchant. Why
public should oxpoct a ro
tion on tho publishers prico
to than they do on tho morch-
s is an unsolved problem.
are tho averaco merchant
3 ono word for his town tho
spaper man prints pages, and
is a trillo strange mat tins
lv ol tno situation is not moro
piently taken by enterprising
n builders, wnon tnomer-
nt is aBloop tho reporter is
iting something to print which
advance tho town's interest.
M largest advertiser probably
jupios two oolumns each issuo
lertising his own goods. Tho
blisher ubcs doublo that amount
space in advertising tho town,
ing for having it set up and
ited, at a higher rato per col-
i than tho rogular advertiser
s. It is possiblo tho patrons
a paper do not appreciate this
whon they ask a publisher
a special rato or a gratious
to up. If tho business men of
iwn should each contribute aB
in linos, columns or pages
advertising ns tho local paper
s, it would mako of tho four-
lo publication a twenty-pago
ior and of tho publisher a plu-
'his is not a plea for patronago
this paper. Wo carry moro
ertising than any paper in tho
torritory and for this getthehigi
ost rato paid to any paper in tho
territory, but it is a plea for tho
nowspapcr men generally and is
a plea tho pooplo who deservs
success for their homo town can
well afford to heed. Muskogee
In tho death of L. D.Blankon
ship,oditor of tho Anadarko Dem
ocrat, which occured last week,
this country loses ono of its best
citizens and staunche'st advocat
os. Mr. Blankonship vas vice
president of tho Citizens Nation
al Bank of Anadarko, a largo
property owner and a man tho
community can ill afford to loso.
Ho was ono of tho best newspap
er men in this country. Ho was
a progressive citizen, a man who
never laid down on any propo
sition for tho good of his town,
a town buildor, find a loyal f riond.
Wo know him as a brother nows
papcr man, and have over found
him accommodating, fraternal,
friendly and generous. Wo sin
cerely mourn his death, and to
tho boroavod family wo extend
our hoartfelt sympathy. It will
bo a long timo boforo Anadarko
finds another so good a citizen
and newspaperman as Blankon
ship. Chickasha Express.
Hydro's new Paper.
Joseph Fitzpatrick and J. N.
Lama, took from tho hands of
tho typo foundry, tho offico equip
ment, presses, typo, etc., on
which tho dofunot "Hydro Stan
dard," had boon published. Mr.
Fitzpatrick did this simply for
self protection, for it is alleged,
littlo or nothing had over boon
paid on it. Mr. C. S. Clayton
will bo put in chargo of tho now
paper to bo called tho "Hydro
Democrat." Mr. Clayton is not
without experience. Ho knows
what it is to bo a gentleman;
What ploaBOB and what displeas
es. Wo wish all parties success,
and bespeak for tho now paper
U1U UUU Vflil VI 4114 IVUVlUffi
matter and establishing rosorvoirs
"If I can get away during tho
so-called dry season in western
Oklahoma P am going to tako a
trip to Beavor and Woodward
countioB this year to look over
thp situation. It was my inten
tion to mako a trip out thoro last
yoar, but I could not got away.
I huvo boon in Boaver county,
but novor paid any particular at
trition to tho country in regard
to irrigation. If tho situation is
what it is roprosonled, irrigation
will irrnko wonderful changes in
that wostorn country. I think as
a wholo tho peoplo of tho western
counties would bo glad to avail
thomsolvos of tho opportunity of
fered and that if suitablo sites
can bo found a numbor of rosor
voirs will bo constructed and ir
"You know, 1 think Oklahoma
soil tho most productivo in tho
world, an'1 in tho wostorn coun
tios it is simply a quostion of
moisturoto mako it produce. If
irrigation proves to bo a'sucossf u 1
method for producing tho pro
duots adapted to Oklahoma, it
means that Oklahoma will in
crease in population and wealth."
Tho engineering party organ
ized at Mountain Park will spend
th'o groator part of tho summor in
tho field and will mako a detail
ed report relative to tho con
struction of reservoirs in Okla-
ho'ma. It is a work that requires
much study as every phaso must
bo considered boforo a decision
Guthrio, O. T., April 7. Tho
announcement that Frederick II.
Nowoll,ono of tho chief engineers
of tho department of tho interior,
has been in Oklahoma looking
up statistics relativo to irrigat
ion, as published in tho Eaglo a
fow days ago, has created gener
al intorost. Mr. Newell's visit to
Guthrio has caused public offic
ials of tho torritory to begin an
investigation of conditions and
they aro anxious that Oklahoma
peoplo shall profit by tho offer
mado by tho United States
Governor Ferguson is ono of
tho Oklahoma officials who aro
anxious for tho western part of
tho territory to adopt irrigation,
behoving that by such a system,
many thousands of acres of land,
will bo of immeNBo valuo to far
mors. Said ho today: "Itismv
idea that tho wostorn counties of
tho torritory can profit wonder
fully by irrigation. I havo been
informed that in Beavor county
there aro depressions which hold
water many months in every year.
If this is tho case, with scientific
woric wonderful progress can bo
mado by irrigation. Engineer
Nowoll when here stated to mo
that ho believed there aro many
valloyB in Beaver county that
can bo irrigated and mado ex
ceedingly fertile in ono yoar's
time. Ho also states that thoro
aro portions of Woodward county Anadarko Lodgo No. 97 I. 0.
whoro irrigation omi bo carried 0-. F. will hold a spooiaj meeting
Wo havo plenty of money to tako caro of all desira
ble farm loans. Will look after tho final proof and (
furnish tho money for final certificate. Long term
loans with partial payment privologonftor ono year.
Annual intorost payablo on tho first day of any month
in tho yoar you may select. Principal and intorost
payablo at your own bank.
PLUM & PLUM,
1 doors east of Post Offico, Anadarko, Okla.
WHITLOCK & CLEVELAND
Flour and Feed
The largest flour and feed store in Coddo county
Whole sale or retail at lowest cash price
on successfully, lio states that
tho department of tho intorioi
will make a moro thorough in
vestigation of the bituntion in tho
various counties. As far as I
am concerned personally, I am
much in favor of taking up tho
Anadarko Lodco No.
in their hall on Saturday night
April. 11. for tho purposo of
completing arrangements lor tho
anniversary. All members ur
gently requested to bo present.
B. Loibonheim N. G.
I. V. Cunningham Soo.
Store, 1st door west
of National Beunk
TVionoy Saving Offerings &t
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
uperior stock together, the best, the largest, the jinost complete in this country, we did not forget that prices must be right to hold popular favor.
I Special India Linen Offerings.
liouglH U,UUU yaras ueioro ine rise, uumu in iTiuay, on
salo now, whilo this lot lasts. 200 yards 35c quality on sale
at 25 cents.
500 yards 25q quality on salo at 15 conts.
1,000 yards 20c quality on salo at 12 1-2 cents.
2,000 yards 15c quality on salo at 10 cents.
1,000 yards 12 1-2 ct quality on salo at 8 1-3 cents.
1,000 yards 8 1-3 ct quality on salo at 5 conts.
Ready to Wear
Each season shows Ladios Ready
to wear garments moro popular.
This season they aro moro olaborato
in frt.vlfl and cut. nerfect fittincr and
jwo havo an assortment whoro you
can bo pleased in stylo and price.
Black all wool Basket cloth skirts
iflaro bottom with straps and but
tons, only S4. 00.
Good skirts well trimmed, well
finishQd for S2.50 and S3.50.
A full lino of skirts in tho now
colors, Tans, Greens, Greys with
itho now hip trimmings and yoko
Dimity Summer Muslins, in a bewildering array of stylos
and colors, suitablo for Ladies and Children. Thousands of
yards which will, however, not last long as soon as spring
buying oommences. Got your choico oarly. Prices rango
20c, 15c, 10c, down as low as 5c, for dainty patterns.
White Mercerized Novelties.
A largo assortment of patterns.solf dot, self stripos.Damask
ed patterns, Dresden figures, prices rango 45c, 40c, 35c, 25c,
15q, as low as 10c per yard.
MEN'S SHIRTS. Genuine woven Madras Shirts, attaohed
or detached cuffs, guaranteed fast colors, each 60c.
GEO. P. IDE & CO. Gold and Silver Shirts, a full assort
ment of spring 1908 styles and colors, all sizos for small and
largo mon 81.00, S1.50 and S1.75.
MEN'S SHOES. Tho Amigo, tho rogular 83.00, 83.50.
Tho Special Clovor Brand 81.00 and S4.50.
These represent tho highest typo of shoo making, uso only
tho best loathers, finest workmanship, aro Union mado and
absolutely perfect fitting.
THE ARISTO CALF at S2.50 is tho best shoo sold for that
money. Mado of genuine good quality Box Calf, C. V.
Hand Sewed, by far better than tho average S3.00shoo,
Our Clothing Department is known
as headquarters for correct styles for
Mon and Boys.
"Wo aro receiving additions every
day and all tho now things out this
season aro found on our counters
For Mon at from
$io to $18.
$i to $6.
Shirts for Boys.
In all sizes, Percalo printed and
woven, Madras with cuffs and collors
attached or separate for
With Mothers friend Bolt
25 and 50 cents.
effects at S4.50, 85.00, S6.50, S7.00
md S7.50. .