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I LOCAL ITEMS
Amly Tinker ih now lu intf i otton
BftrRRinH in rimm nnd xtrpet hats
Rt Mrs. Lindir's thin week. 267-3 1
II. W. Morgan went to Apache on
t The Star bakery piei have aetnally
got aotne Ailing In them. Mr St
Rtiulall Livesay made a buainet
Urip to Apache today.
"Rxnll" Romcfl18 nt Stoph
enwn'a DruR Store. 251 tf
W. S. Axline In transacting buii
naaa In DridKeport today.
TlrtB wook fof bargains in mlllln---frT
at Mnt. Umler'n. 27.8t
'' Alvln Kiiiner of Ft. Cobb ipont
' TlmnlcigivinK in Aimilnrko.
""""RexaU" Remedies nt Stoph
s-anfloD'a Drug Btoie, 254 tf
tilm KlchnnU spont Thanksgiving
with hor poronta in Lnwton.
Ask your grocor for stonm linked
broad, wrnpped in waxed pnper.
Win. Milno nnd family are visiting
with Dr. Milne and fnmily in Lnwton.
Saturdays ohooolato oroama 20
oontB a pound nt Stepheneon'B
Drug Btoro, 254 tf
Miss Alice Hastings of Apnoho is
visiting lior siator, Mrs. W H.
I Imvo threo nowly furnlsliod rooms
nnd good board. Mrs. Jossie Miller
on (J atroot. 257-Gt
M. Leo'nhnrd and family took
Tlinnksgiving dinner wltti Chickniliu
"'CouRh! Coutjhl Coughl Stop
it. Roxall Chorry juioe will do
it nt Stophonson'B drue storo. tf
Mrs. Frank Hudson ami children of
I'nwnee, are visiting their brother.
Cough I Cough 1 Cough I Stop that
cough, Uexnll Cherry juice will do it at
Stephenson's drug store. 257 tf
Dr. Hay Hume, of Minco wns in
the city Wednesday, departing Thurs
day morning for homo.
Cough I Cough 1 Cough 1 Stop
it. Roxnli Chorry juioe will do
it nt Stophoneon'B drug store, tf
Horn to Mr. and Mra. Sam rren
tin an eight pound girl, Friday mom
lug nt0:80 o'clock.
Mrs. Linder is closing out hor
'took of drees and struot hate, fancy
feathers, plumes, ribbons nnd voil
ings regardless of coet. 2S7-8t
Dr. Karl Martin ami wife wont to
Cnrneglo yosterdny to eat turkey with
u brother, 1. W. Martin.
Mnplo Syrup, pure, gonuino in the
First Pick brand nt 0. P. Skaggs'.
Phono No. 02. 259-Gt
Mr. nnd Mrs. H. A. Cooly spoilt
Thanksgiving with tlioir daughter
Mrs. W. P. Cooper nt Lnwton.
Quinco, raspberry nnd chorry pre
serves in bulk ; also npplo butter, tho
best whatever, at 0. P. Skaggs'.
Phono No. 92 259-Gt
Hoy Pooler and Miss Pearl Sponrs
of Gotobo wore Thanksgiving day
guests of Mrs. C. E. Brnsslligton.
'"BuVurdayB ohooolato oroams 20
o enla n found nt Stophenson'sl
Drug storo. 2o4 tf
Mrs. M. E. Monsell is enjoying n
visit with her brother, Chas. E. Page
and hor cousin, O. W. Avery, of Tul
sa. Mr. Page is deeply interested in
the oil wells at that place.
Mrs. Hoy Lnglal is quitt sick
If you enjoy a cup of good coffei ,
join our satisfied patrons. Anudarko
Grocery Co. Phone No. 50. 25? fit
Miss Lula Hall of Chickmha "ami
Charlie Heftier of Norman unrr th
guesU of Mtse Mii.ni England Thurs
day. B. F. Myers, wife aid littl.- daurh
Ur erf Oklahoma CUy took Thank t-n
ii dinner with Mrs. C. E. Kras-nj,
Miss Mocabee- and Mr. ami Mr-..
McKlhany enjoyed a Thankgivinjr
dinner with F. W. Cojc nnd family nt
I'icKles, spices, preserves, dritnl
frulta, for the holidays at Anndarko
Grocery Co Phone No. BO. 268 Ot
Mtaeea Lula Gasper, Ida and Wol
thn Mumloll, C. A. Mumlell ami Tomy
Graham went to Apache Thuiwlny to
play for a ball.
JJ W.B. Head, has entered into n con
tract for the erecting ' of the new
residence of C. A. Cleveland in the
Finoat ohooolato creams at
Stophoneon's Drug etoro. 254 tf
Finest ohooolato creams at
Stophonson'B Drug store, 254 tf
They Remembered Him
It looked like the good old times,
Saturday night, to see the opera house
pneked and jammed with an enthusi
astic audience. Tho attraction was
Hobert A. Noff in "An American
Hobo". It was Mr. NefT's first visit
to this city in fifteon years, but the
people hnd not forgotten him, ns he
was always a great favorite here, and
all the oldtimprs were on hand to give
him a grand royal reception. If such
n thing is possible he was funnier
than ever, nnd his comedy, An Ainer
ican Hobo, gave him and his excellent
company full scope. Bob was made
promise to play a return date here
next season, and if he does manager
Chase will have to enlarge the opera
house to accommodate the large audi
ence that will turn out to greet him.
Medicine Lodge, Kane., Crescent.
At the Dietrich tomorrow night.
C. E. Brnsalngton and fnmily were
enjoying Thanksgiving by entertaining
Mr. and Mrs. Mysrs and dnughter Miss
Virginia, of Oklahoma City nnd Roy
Povoller, of Gotebo when just as they
were about to partake of n bountiful
dinner the door bell alarm wns honrd
and in answer to it Rev. Farrington
wns invited in doors and at this mo
ment, to tho great surprise of those
prosent Mr. Hoy Reveller announced
tho rondlnoss of his marriage to Miss
Pearl Spears, which took place at
The ceremony was short but imjj
preesive after which nil enjoyed the
wcV.ing-ThnnksglvIng dinner. Tho
contracting pnrtios are well and fa
vorably known in Gotobo and have
many friends wishing them a happy
and prosperous lifu.
TULSA Just outside the city of
Pawnee in Osage county has been
struck'one of the greotest gas wells
over discovored in tho United Stntcs.
The well is said to have a daily
capacity of G0,000,000 cubic feet, the
equivolont of G,000 tons of coal a day
in heat units.
g OKLAHOMA CITY-Ira A. Hill,
president of the Alfafn county bank,
has been appointed postmaster of
Cherokee. Mrs. Anna Wood, who hns
had the olllce for the past eight years,
was compelled to resign on account of
ill health. Mr. Hill hnd the unani
mous endorsement of the citizens of
his town for the place.
We have on hand 52 Suits, Sizes 32 to 40,
Broken Lots. Prices ranging from $12.50 to $16.50.
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to be a propert owner If you are evor
to be one. We are offering some very
choice lots as well ns improved proper
ty at prices which are bound to show a
profit for quick purchasers.
THE MONEY IN REAL ESTATE
is made by those who buy while pricos
nro low. We offer you n chance in this
direction which you will be mighty
glad you accepted in a very few yqars.
Stop in and let us have a talk with you.
The Recce Agency,
OKLAHOMA CITY-Mnny oil work- (
ors nre returning to the Hamona oil
section. Some months ago hundreds of
men quit and wont to California and I
Viginia, where they were promised
much more work and better wages.
GUTHRIE-Tho wedding of P. J.
Golding, state sonntor from Garfiold
county, is announced hero. Mr. Gold
ing was married to Miss Nannie Lou
Bates, former county superintendent of
schools of Garfiold county, Tho mar
riage was tho result of n courtship of
sight years during which period. Mr.
Golding hns become one of the woal
thy citizens of Enid.
OLAHOMA CITY The Woman's
Federated Clubs of El Reno, after
a campaign of several months have
succeeded in having passed an ordi
nance by the city council of that city
preventing cruelty to dumb animals.
SImiliar laws have boon added to the
constitutions of many cities throughout
the state though the efforts of tho
R. IC. ROBINSON
Practico in the State nnd FedoralCourts
and before the Department of the
NOTARY IN OFFICE
All parties to whom tho Pioneer
Telephone Co., is indebted on open or
running account will please present
statemont to the local mnnnger of the
company at once ns it is desirous that
all accounts b'e adjusted up to this date.
Pioneer Telephone nnd Telegraph Co
9iemer Mtitaert q.
Idcat Mtttraet empani( in adde cunU(
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i up a game that would call public at-
! t ntion.
Orme, left-half, dill some effective
work in breaWag through and tackling
tlir Indian full-back on the high school
Filer' work in securing the ball
' ur opportune momenta brought out ap-
. plausr from the side-lines.
( The high school pt up a solid front
i me Indians anttuuiit one gam was
made from a center rush.
Stacey and Grammer were stars
throughout tho game through their
elfectlve tackling and run blocking.
OKLAHOMA ClTY-What is be
Hpved to be a rich strike of iron ore
lias been discovered by A. J. Meers a
prospector of much oxperionce, who
hns been living in tho Wichita moun
tains for several years. Samples of
tho oro have boon assayed and those
who know the result claim to be high
ly pie -' mi the result. There is
said to be an inexaustible supply of
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WAN? ADS. ?
v, not exceeding 5 lines 3 days, 25c y
tt one Week without change, 40c
" .- ' :0 K K t? K ? J.' K JO t? 0 K "
FURNISHED ROOMS fo--snt. Mrs,
L. M Sptvey. Phone, 112. 257 tf.
Fjit SALE Typewriter for sale or
rent. R. K. Robinson. 253 tf
WANTED Five or six good carpenters
Apply at shop on A Street after G
P.M. J.F. SUohn. 258 3t
FOR SALE Baled wheat and oat
straw. Glean and suitable for bods,
at South Side Wagon Yard. 259-Gt
POST Child's plain gold bracelet,
"R. F." engraved on inside. Leave
at Democrat offices or Ferguson's
rooming house and receive reward.
WANTED Man or woman to solicit
for special newspaper work, capable
of earning $25 n week. Apply at
Elston Hotel between G:30 and 7:30,
LOST Gold mounted Elks tooth.
Finder please return to Democrat
ofllce. 2G0 Gt
FOUND Ladies linked gold bracelet.
Inquire of M.C. Allison R 3; 2G0 3t
See J. C. Thigley, office Curio
Store, Mam St. between Fifth
n d ? xMi nre t ,
F. J Callahan has the
imost 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
Christmas Dinner ,
Don't Overlook lhf Dim'no Rnnm furni
ture. A set of beautiful dining room chairs
and a table m golden oak or Larly English
Would make a snlenrlirl annparanrr nnA aAA
much comfort and enjoyment to the Thanks
We arp nrrWInrr thic uanr
7oc up to $4.50 and Buffett
ivacio iruiii p.l..ou up.
KINDEL SOMERSAULTIC DAVENPORTS,
GUNN BOOK CASES,
MOOSIER KITCHEN CABINETS,
ECCLESTON & COGGINS,
Day Phone 178
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Saturday, November 28.
J. F. Pennington Presents The Eminent Comedian
Robert A. Neff
Supported by an Excellent Company in the Great Comedy
"An American Hobo"
The Greatest Success of Last Season, Replete with high
class Musical Specialties
Prices 25c 50c 75c
Seats On Sale At Stephenson's
Afresh, Tender, Juicy Meats
Pare, Clean Groceries
The Best the Market Affords Afoays in Stock
Prompt Delivery pf Jccs R. fc
HARDY & ALDRICH fisg
vjap&& mi a
FUESH MEATS, SAUSAGE AND SALT MEATS
Fish in Season. Fresh Vegetables, etc.
Q Street & 6th
Wh.tn rui, Ti::.. ni :.. ..
. .imv. woiv bluing uairo at
as low as $17.00 and China
Night Phone 226
au uruceries I,
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