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:?T YOUR ICE CREAM AT EARHEARTS.
Anad&rko Daily Democrat.
ANADARKO, CADDO CO., OKLA., API 11. 1003.
u bill will bo before tho Filly-
iit Congress and aomo decis-
acliou will bo taken upon it,
1 Senator Quay today. Tlvo
ator has just returned from a
fida trip and will remain in
shington soveral days looking
fcr personal and official busi-
I do not think that any dofi-
i plan has boon decided up-
" continued tho senator, "as
tho form in which tho bill will
presonted, bui I am confidonl
t tho sentiment of Congress is
h that it will bo impossiblo to
ly legislation on tho subject
jugh another session. Oh,
I am awaxo that tho oppon-
s of tho omnibus bill have an
u, that it will not bo revived in
ormidable manner, but theso
itlemen havo missed their cal
ations before, and tho'ro is no
iranteo that thoy will not bo
(appointed again. I would not
surprised to find a sontimont
favor'of legislation of this
iracter that will result in tho
iption of somo -generally ac
table plan for disposing of tho
vject without much of a fight
;ho next session."
Senator Quay refused to dis
is any of tho compromise prop-
tions that were considered and
ccted during the closing days
,tho last Congress. It is known
At when tho bill was sidetrack-
in tho Senate it was with a to-
Itive understanding that it
uld bo revived at tho next ses
n in somo compromiso form.
j. T. McFarland has purchas-
tho saloon on tho north side of
.in street, known ns "Harry's
ico," and will open up a rbs-
Oklahoma Paid $9,679.
Tho territorial auditor, L. V.
Baxter, yesterday paid to the
warden of tho Lansing peniten
tiary a warrant in tho sum of
anco of Oklahoma's prisoners
for tho last quarter. At tho closo
of last quarter there woro247
prisonors in tho institution, and
during tho quarter forty-throo
woro received, making a total of
317. Of theso ono died, twenty
nino were dismissed, leaving a
total of 287 still incarccrated.Tho
maintenance for tho quarter
covered 20,040 days, at 35c a sum
of S9.110.15; tho officials of tho
prison gavo out to discharged
prisoners S30 worth of clothing
and S145 in cash, making a total
for tho quarter of 80,070.15.
Granite Oil Is (loot!.
El Reno, Okla., April 10. Tho
Granito oil, gas and fuol company
havo sold 1,000 barrols of oil at
S1.05 porgallon. Mr. E. E. Blako,
tho presidont of tho company,
considers this to bo a pretty fair
price for crudo oil.
Tho Granito oil is used exten
sively on tho Rock Island system
for lubricating purposes.
How Oklahoma airls Hustle.
Monday Misses Jessit Pardoo
and Bortha Keach will leave for
Swan Lake, in Kiowa county,
where is located Miss Pardoo's
claim, which sho drowin tho land
opening in tho new country.
Thoy will spend tho ontiro sum
mer there, putting in a fino gar
den and corn and oats crop.
Thoy will leave Guthri'o, making
tho trip, with three wagons and
several head of horses. Stato
Ono Blackhawk Jack. 14 1-2
hands high, good stylo and in
fino condition. On sec. 21, T. 0
n, R. 11 w, I. M.
J. W. Holmes.
First class horses shall bo as
sessed from S50 to S200: second
class from S20 to 850; third class
from S5 to 820. Jacks and stal
lions must bo assessed at 850 to
S250. First-class mules and as
ses shall bo assessed from S50 to
8100 ; second class from S30 to 850;
third class from 85 to 830. Cattlo
six months old under two years
S5 to S15 ; cattlo two years and
over 810 to 830; cows 815 to 835;
bulls S15 to S100. Sheep and
goats ovor threo months old 81
to S1.50;bucksS5 to 825. Swino
ovor throo months old S2 per ono
hundred pounds. Farm imple
ments to bo assessed at cash val
uo. Wagons to bo assessed at
ton per cent to 80 per cent of tho
first cost. Gold watches at from
820 to 850. Silver and othor
watches from SI to 820. Plato
and other jowelry at cash value.
Piano fortos at from S20 to S500.
Othor musical instruments SI to
8100. Household furnituro to bo
assessed at not less than 85. Ter
ritorial county, city, town, school
and othor municipal securities
and bonds to bo assessed at cash
value. Bicycles to bo assessed
from S5 to 850. Moneys to bo
assessed at 100 cents on tho dol
lar. Credits to bo. assessed at
cash valuo. Avorago merchan
dise stocks to bo assesod at actual
cash valuo. Manufactures' stock
for tho preceding year to bo as
sessed at actual cash valuo.
Promissory notes to bo assessed
at cash valuo. Judgments to
be assessed at cash valuo. All
shares, loans, moneys, discounts,
otc, of banks and banking in
stitutions to bo assessed at cash
valuo. Improvements on unen
tered lands(including school
lands)not deedod to bo assessed
at cash valuo. Grain on hand to
bo asscsBod at market valuo.
Machinory of all kinds to bo as
Bossed 20 per cont to 50 per cent
of first cost. Tho nggregato of
all personal property to bo nsses
fed at cash valuo. All real es
tate to bo assessed at actual cash
valuo. Lawton Enterprise
Mr. and Mrs. Ilarned visited
Chickasha last week.
J. C. Smith who has been
quito ill is ablo to bo up.
Miss Ella Fisher is visiting hor
old homo at Yukon Okla.
Mrs. Walter Bell spont last
Week in Chickasha visiting relatives.
Mr. Baily is improving tho
school quarter that ho bought of
Mr. and Mrs. P. C.Fisher gavo
another enjoyable danco at their
residonco last Saturday ovoning.
Miss Mary Halo of McLoud
Okla. who has been visiting Miss
Barnes roturned homo last Sun
day. Sho made many friends
while hero who will bo glad to
havo hor repeat her visit at some
In a few years Mr. Stayly will
havo ono of tho prottiest homos
in tho country. Ho has put out
soveral hundred fruit and shade
trees. Nearly every se'ttler has
put out somo trees.
Tho news of tho death of L. D.
Blankenship was a shock to a
great number in our community.
Every ono who know him feels
that Caddo County has lost ono
of her truest friends.
Wo havo plenty of money to take rare f alldoBira-
blo farm loans. Will look after tho final proof and
furnish tho money for final certificate. Long torm
loans with partial payment privolego after ono yoar.
Annual interest payablo on tho first day of any month
in tho yoar you may soloct. Principal and interest
payablo at your own bank.
PliTJM iSz 1?XjTJM,
4 doors east of Post Offico, Anadarko. Okla.
WHITLOCK & CLEVELAND
Flour and Foci
The largest flour and feed store in Coddo county
Wholesale or retail at lowest cash price
For Solo Cheap."-
2 milk cows and spring wagon
for salo cheap if taken at onco.
Apply at this offico. 182tf
Store, 1st door west
of National Baoik
Money 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. C'umo in Friday, on
' sale now, while this lot lasts. 200 yards 85c .quality on salo
at 25 cents.
500 yards 25c quality on sale at 15 cents.
1,000 yards 20c quality on salo at 12 1-2 oonts.
2,000 yards 15c quality on salo at 10 cents.
1,000 yards 12 1-2 ct quality on sale at 8 1-3 oents. v
1,000 yards 8 1-3 ct quality on salo at 5 cents.
Ready to Wear '
Each season shows Ladies Ready
to wear garments more popular.
This season thoy aro moro elaborate
in stylo and cut, perfect fitting and
wo have an assortment w.here you
can bo pleased in stylo and price.
Black all wool Basket cloth skirts
flam bottom with straps and but
tons, only 84.00.
Good skirts well trimmed, well
finished for 82.50 and S3.50.
A full lino of skirts in the now
colors, Tans, Greens, Greys with
the new hip trimmings and yoke
offsets at S4.50, S5.00, S6.50, .87.00
, and S7.50.
Dimity Summer Muslins, in a bewildering array of styles
and colors, suitablo for Ladies and Children. Thousands of
yards which will, however, not last long as soon as spring
buying commences! Got your choice early. 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 figuros, prices rango 45c, 40c, 35c, 25c,
15c, as low as 10c per yard.
MEN'S SHIRTS. Genuine woven Madras Shirts, attached
or detached cuffs, guaranteed fast colors, each 50c.
GEO. P. IDE & CO. Gold and Silvor Shirts, a full assort
ment of spring 1908 stylos and colors, all sizes for small and
largo mon 81.00, S1.50 and 81.75.
MEN'S SHOES. Tho Amigo, tho regular 83.00, 83.50.
Tho Spocial Clover Brand S4.00 and 84.50.
' Theso represent tho highest typo of shoo making, uso only
tho best leathers, finest workmanship, aro Union mudo and
absolutely perfect fitting.
THE ARISTO CALF at S2.50 is tho best shoo sold for that
monoy. Made of genuine good quality Box Calf, C. W.
Hand Sewed, by far bettor than tho average 83.00 shoo.
Our Clothing Department is known
as headquarters for corroot styles for
Men and Boys".
Wo aro receiving additions overy
day and all tho new things out this
season aro found on our countora
For Men at from
$1 to $6.
Shirts for Boys.
In all sizes, Percale printed and
woven, Madras with cuffs and collars
attached or soparato for
With Mothers friend Belt
25 and 50 cents.
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