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ANADARKO, CADDO CO. .KL.A. FIU Di:C. .) 1001
NO. 87. &
$2.00 Per Gallon
From TKe Kentucky Distillery,
Just received one carload of Whiskey, and I am going; to sell it to you
at a reduced price, so if you want a quart, onehalf gallon or gallon
it will not take a farm to buy it. I will sell you good Whiskey for
$2.00, $2.50 and $3.00 per gallon. You can come and sample my
goods before you buy, and see for yourself. I expect to stay in
Anadarko and I want your trade.
Wines, Brandies, Gins9 Rtim5 Apple and Peach Brandy
fjiiawrita wti hmumuwiw
And everything to be had at a first class bar. Tom and Jerry, Hot
Drinks. Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year will soon be here, so
leave your order and it will be promptly filled. City Orders delivered
Quick Salesandsmall profits, jsniy njpjiq
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North East Corner of Court
House Squaro Phone 31.
A Brief Outline ot Cases
On Trial, For Busy
fTho examination ot witness
Stokes begun Wednesday even-
in nnd occunving most of tho
-day yoslorday, Mr. Speed hav
ing taken all morning and the
most gl the evening in the cross
examination of the witness. The
evidence has developed that
Stokes has dravn Bomo 30 to 40
fhmiHfind dollars tor-bridge -piers
tliatwero built and for piers that
were never built. Instead of
this'.court being insossionjin and
for the oounty of Caddo, it seems
to bo a court sotting in and for
Kiowa couty. The two cases of
Poolo and Stokes have now oc
cupied nearly two weeks, and
still there are more cases against
Poole, one more against Stokes
id two against Ryan,
The case of Territory vs Rus-
.1 has been on chango of
anuo from Comanoho county
to this county and is sot for trial
on Dec. 10. This caso is esti
mated to consumo a week. So
there will be but little time for
Caddo county cases.
The cross examination of the
defendant in the United States vs
Stokes caso was finished this
morning at half r"8 n clock
after an examination lasting
more than a day. At 10:15
o'clock, court took a recess to a
wait the coming morning train
from Ilobart, which was to bring
additional evidonco for the gov
ernmont. The Grand Jury entered at
40:25 and make a report. They
retired for further delibera
tions. Birdie Thompson vs Chas. C.
Thompson, decree of divorce for
plaintiff in Judge Kerr's court,
Bauy and Venablo of Uhickasna,
attorneys for plaintiff.
Judge Gillotto a few days past
in case of Glitsch vs Byrne order
ed J. L. Byrne to sorvo Glitsch
with the original or a copy ot a
certain contraot named in the
disbarrmont procoodings against
Byrne. Mr. Byrne was cited be
fore the court this morning for
failure to comply with the order
(if the court and was suspended
until such timo as he did comply
with the rules.
Judgo Kerr's court was turned
over to the Indians this morning,
the divorce mill grinding briskly.
Eck-o -rsn-ah-nip-por vs Com
anche Tom on ground of adultery
J. F. Vaughan attorney for
plaintiff. Decree granted.
Clyde Cocoa vs Sadio Cocoa,
I on graund of adultery. Decreo
' granted. L. E. McKnight at
I tornoy for plaintiff. Both woro
The long protracted case of
United States vs Stoke closed at
noon today and went to tho Jury.
Horace Speed addressed the
Jury for about one hour on be
half of United States and J, II.
Cllno on behalf of defondunt.
The evidence seemed to show
that defendant had drawn pay
for five sets of bridge riers that
woro not built.
FordWells Gro. Co.
Handler of Everything to
W 2ZZ. HIGH GRADE
Cnflee In the morning Is '
Chase & Sanborn fl
nizli art lie Coffees.
r very care is ui
from the 6clec
m me placing in ine
nackaee ufiirh vmi Imv
If vnu inralil. fin
ana ueucate aroma iwns
but Chase & Sanborn'.
1 R vou.
Monarch Lint' of Bottlo
Goodn, Preserves, Kraut,
Dill Sour and Sweet Pickles.
Greer County Man Has
Samples of His
Will Sell for $1.00.
7 bars Silk or Clairette Soap
5 pounds best Head Rice
5 pounds best Michigan
Navy Beiins for .25
5 pounds Granulated Sugar
All for $1.00 from now and
Good Goods, Low Prices,
FordWelIs Gro. Co.
Guthrie. Okla., Deo. 7 A box
of produce grownon the Fullor
ton Irrigation farm, in Greer
county, shows what irrigation
will do in this Territory. It
contains samplos of r.'co, Louis
iana cane, and swoet potatoes.
Tho rice was good, tho cano wus
planted late and therefore not a
fair sample, and tho potatoes out
class anything of tho kind ever
grown in the territory. Tho
largest potato weighed 10 pounds
anu ine next luryusi x-t puuiiut y
Struck Bv A Train.
, Lawton, Okla., Dec. 7. Wil
liam Duncan a drayman of Dun
can, who is well known by a
number of persons in this city
was fatally injured in anncoidont
at that place yesterday afternoon
his team killed and his wagon
Duncan was driving over the
railroad track just in front of a
freight train. In giving his at
tention to this train in order to
cloar his route, ho was not awaro
of tho moving of tho southbound
I ironnnnn fr imnfli.ilt 4 rtlr TTf
was therefore caught in a tpap
IS THE TIME TO DO YOUR
HOLIDA Y SHOPPING
Bofore tho assortments are broken.
You have tho choice of all tho good
things in tho storo by buying early.
Of courso our stock of Christmas
Novelties is largor this year than
over bofore, and in a fow days our
' storo will havo a Fairy Palaco ap
" ' nearunco and will bear tho closest
Inspection. Quality and prico con
sidered, wo havo tho bust stock
tho Markets afford.
Seeing is Belieinjg
COME AND SEE IT NOW
'Brick Store, Second Door
of The Post Office.
from which there was no epcape.
The passongor train ran into the
wagon, completely demolishing
it, killing tho team, and throw
ing the driver fifteon feot into
tho air. In falling ho utruck the
ground on tho head, fracturing
tho skull and causing internal
injuries, from which at this hour
has probably suooumbod.
Prof. Hatfield, of Hydro, was
a business isitor in th city today.
Tho ladies of First Methodist
ISpiBcopal church of Anadarko
will, on Saturday, Deo. 17, hold
a bazaar, serv.o a chicken pie
dinner, and havo a box suppor
at tho new storo room one door
west of tho post office. The
money to bo applied to the
II. O. Moore, rastor.
P. S. Let every lady bring a
x r n Uiiung supper for two.