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YOU CAN'T TELL
whitt will happen the next minute.
Your bwutlful i!ate glaw window
MAY GO TO SMASH .while you are
reading Uiia. la it insured? If not
Hrtd !t' broken tomorrow our skirts
re cleared Tor calling your attontion
to It today. 'Hie cost of iniurnnce is
nominal and wo'llj:tvovou n compnny
that will pny promptly if you have a
mianap. Today's your chance, tomor
row Tiiay ho too Into.
The Reece Agency
"1 LOCAL ITEMS
Thoso oil palntod pIoturoB at
tho Bazaar for D8 oonte aro a
annp. 252 (14
TJort "Wiloox of Ft. Worth, iB in
tho oity on bupinoss.
C-Boar MorriB.visited his friond
at Apuoho Sunday.
Mr. Poo, of Bridgodorl, was a
visitor hero Monday,
Froemont Boylo wont to Car
negie, today on business.
Jiuimio Pattoraon, of Graoe
mont, ia oxpeotod horo today.
Julius Lasma is spondingn fow
days in tho Wiohita Mountaino.
Mro. MoCall of Carnogio, waa
chopping in tho oity yoeterday.
J, S. Thompnon, of Waurika,
ia in tho oity on business today.
Kndma E, Franois has filod Quit
against Marion Francis for a di
voroo. Hon. D. D. Hoag wont to Hol
liday, this morning; on Masonio
S. it. Prentiss looks for heavy
pioking this wook duo to tho fina
F. E. Salisbury and eon, Ivan,
and daughter Mrs. V, E. Perkins
left on tho morning train for Dos
Moines, Iowa, nooompanying tho
Ttmaineof Miae Louise Salisbury
to tho homo cemetery.
Building a City
(From tho CofTcyvillo Chronicle)
Juat boforc Oklahoma and tho
Indian Territory woro admitted
as a Btato thoro was a groat doal
of talk in ruforonco to tho start
ing of a town juat ovor tho state
lino south of this oity. No doubt'
a town would have sprung up
with tho admission of tho stato
had not it been for tho prohibition
aot. This town would have boon
a ac.i'tured, haphazard affair for
people would have gone thuro
and purchased ground and erect
ed buildings regardless of ttreete
and this would have caused a
town without a system. All this
would havo boon dono from the
standpoint of putting in saloons.
Owing to tho way tho stato was
admitted, carrying with it a liq
uor prohibition olauso, tho talk
of a town starting ovor tho lino
waB droppod, Sinoo thon, how
ovor. tho Etohon brothers of thib
city purohasod a largo traot of
land and havo platted it into a
townsito Booing many other feat
ures whioh would bo tho making
of a oity, regardless of tho faot
that statehood mado Oklahoma
a dry Btato. Tho now town is
boing built on Kb merits bb a oity
for business men, manufacturers
and professional mon, anu for
mon in overy lino of logitimato
buainoas, The town is possessed
of ao many oxoollont featuros for
tho building of a oity that its buo
ooss ia assured, however, a re
submission of tho prohibition
question to tho vo'.ers of tho
stato is being agitatod and tho
genoral opinion id that Bhould it
oomo to a vote tho prohibition
oluuso Would bo voted down.
In suoh an event South Coffoy
villo would bocomo one of the
most thriving border towns in
tho ontiro stato if for no other
roa8on than for tho faot that the
laws of tho stato would allow lo
cal option or govern tho liquor
traffio by high lioonse, a thing
whioh ia advocated by tho6o fa
miliar with tho slack way in
whioh tho prohibition law is
handlod in prohibition states.
A resubmission may bo grant
ed and the following diapatoh
from Oklahoma City tolls of a
stop taken in that direction:
Oklahoma City, Okla., Nov. 0.
A vigorous campaign for a
resubmission Of the prohibition
question to tho voters of tho
ataio will bo outlinod at a meet
ing of tho Sons of Washington to
bo hc!d horo today. Dolegatoa
from all parts of tho Btato will
attend, The recent vote for tho
defeat of tho extension of tho
dispensary has given encourngo
mont to tho anti-prohibitionieta.
Stato of Oklahoma, ) .
County of Caddo f M
In tho mattor of tho Estate of D. S.
Pursuant to an order of said County
Court, mado on the 5th day of Octo
her A. D. 1908, notice is herohy given
thnt Mrs. L. A. Stokosborry as tho
Administratrix of D. S. Stokosborry
deceased, made to this court and filed
in tho olllco of the Clerk thereof, on
said day, a return of sales mado by her
on the 10th day of November, A. D.
1908, under a previous order of said
court, of the following real estate, and
for the following sums, to-wit: lots 17,
18, ". 20, 21 and 22 in Ulock 28, in
the town of Hinton.
That on the 10th day of November,
I'.kih, yo-jr pedtioneer sold said real es
tate at private sale to H. A. Herman
for the sum of $1760.()0 he being the
highest and host bidder therefor, and
said amount boing moro than the ap
praised value thereof.
As will moro fully appoar from said
return filed as nforesaid, and to which
roferonce is hereby made for further
And notice ia hereby further given
that Wodiu day the 25th day of No
vember A. O. 1903, nti) o'clock a. m.,
of said day, at the court room of this
court in said county of Caddo has been
fixed for hearing tho said return, when
and whore any person interested in
snid estate may appear and file written
objections to the confirmation of tho
said sales, and may be heard and may
produco witnesses in support of their
Witness my hand and the seal of said
court at Anadarko, in said county this
11th day of November A. D. 190S.
B. P. Holding, Judge.
By T. G. Ohlkb, Clerk
F. J Callahan has the
most complete line fo
Cook Stoves and heaters
ever brought to Anadarko.
It will pay you to see his
line before purchasing
your fall and winter
goods. 197 dtf
t & & & J & wt X Jt . & & & & & w' W
WANT ADS 5
4 not exceeding 5 lines 3 days, 25c
tt one Week without change, 40c R
if if if if if if i? if if if if if ? tf K" V
BEAUTIFUL SILK FLAG-Do you
want a beautiful silk flag 2x3 feet?
Up-to-date; -10 stars; made of fine twill
ed silk: beautiful color." A nice Christ
mas present or a souvenir for tho home.
Sond $1.00 nnd you will receive the
Daily and Sunday Journal throe months
and one of those flags, Address, The
Kansas City Journal, Kansas City, Mo.
MEN WANTED Quickly nt big Chica
go Mail Order House to distribute
catalogues, advortisc, otc. $25 a
week. $00 oxponso allowance first
month. No oxporience required.
Manager, COO Wabash Bldg, Chicago
I WWV VSIoV C?
HAMMERT & AYRES
Staple a.nd Fauncy Groceries
FUESH MEATS, SAUSAGE AND SALT MEATS
Fisffjn Season. Fresh Vegetables, etc.
C Street &. 6th Phone No. 84.
FOU SALE A good driving horse,
four yonrs old, gentle for a woman
to drive; a runabout nnd harness that
has" boon used about fivo or six
months. See Dr. Earl Martin 2oltf
FOUND Bunch of keys with chain.
Owner can havo samo by calling at
Democrat ofHco and paying for adv.
FOR KENT-Good farm for rent and
horses to sell to run it with. In
quire of J. M. Youngblood, Ana
darko, Okla. 253 3td
A BAHGAIN-A 4 room house 50-foot
lot, good well and stablo for $G50 on
monthly payments. E. C. Schlitt
253 G td
FOB SALE I have a' few choice white
Langshans to spare at reasonable
prices. Frcdorick PfafT,
wtf Anadarko, Okla.
Seo J, C. Tingloy, office Curio
Store, Main St. botweon Fifth
ard Sixth ttrcfto.
Afresh, Tender, Juicy Meats
I'lire, Clean Groceries
The Best the Market "Affords Always in Stock
Prompt Delivery Prices Right
Hammort & Ayors havo bulk
mince meat, bulk kraut, bulk
olives all just in froah. The best
fresh and oured meats always on
hand, 251 dG
Every body is afllicted with some kind of trouble with
their Pumps, Wind Mills, Tanks, Plumbing system,
Steam Heating systems, Boiler feed pumps, Boiler fit
tings. I carry a full line of- Pumps, Wind mills, Plumb
ing goods, Steam heating outfits, also do nil kinds of Bo
pairing, Pumps, Mills, Tanks, Plumbing systoms, Steam
engines; Gasoline engines, Stenm boilers, Steam Pumps.
When in need of a Drain, Well or any of the nbovo men
tioned, give me a call. All work guaranteed.
R. L. MITCHELL,
A LITTLE MORE
A LITTLE LESS
We are in tho
for your benefit as well as our own. If you
will call on us wo will convince you of this.
WE are showing our Fall stock of Buffets, Davenports,
Couohes, Parlor Suits, China Closets, Library Tables,
and our collection of Ruga is the largest and best in
price and quality in the county. SATURDAY, NOV. 14, wo
will make Speoial Price on Iron Bed Springs and Mattress
completo for only S5.50. Samo will bo displayed in ono of
our show windowB. Wo handlo tho oolobrated
KIN DEL SOMERSAULTIC DAVENPORTS,
GUNN BOOK CASES,
HOOSIER KITCHEN CABINETS,
Furniture and Undertaking.
Day Phone 178 - - ... Hjht phone 22G
for the DEMOCRAT
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