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HAMMERT & AYRES
Siaple a.nd Fa.ncy Groceries
FRESH MEATS, SAUSAGE AND SALT MEATS
Fish in Season. Fresh Vegetables, etc.
C Street &c 6th Phone No. 84.
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Golden State Limited
Is a Train of Comforts
Thcro la a deliKhtful roominess about its bp, new, easy-riding Pull
mans, You can tnko your cholco of drawing-room, state-room or
tho regular aectionB.
You enjoy tho artistic decorations of Us unlquo misiion-stylo
dining car and tho well-cooked food that is attractively served.
You arc pleased with tho bulTet-llbrary-obscrvntion car, entirely
for your entertainment. Thcro is a valet and a barber to minister
to your wants. Electric fans and berth lights, a well-stocked
library' tho current magazines, dully papers and stock market
reports theso comforts servo to mke:tho trip seem all too Bhort.
Dally scrvlco to Loa Angeles, Santa Darbara and San Francisco.
(TTThe Golden State Limited is the only train by
any line affording through sleeping car service
between Chicago and Santa Barbara.
, Beautifully Illustrated book about tho
train, the trip and California for tho asking.
J. S. McNALLY,
Dir. Pass. Afit..
II. G. HARVEY
9icneer z&bdtract tc.
Vldeat MiStraet Kompanif in tadde cuntif
Railroad Time Table
All Trains Daily, Except As Noted
7!U 10:15 a. m.
7It:i 4:00 p. m.
No 733 and 7 34 run botween
754 9:30 a. m
75(5 CIO p. m.
a 734 9;30 a. m
n 732 6:20 p. m
Olahoma City and Mangum.
a 753 .4:00 p. m.
a 755 ... 10:25 a. m.
H. G. HARVEY, Agent.
Don't overlook the Dining Room furni
ture. A set of beautiful dining room chairs
and a table in golden oak or Early English
would make a splendid appearance and add
much comfort and enjoyment to the Christ
We are offering this week White Oak Dining Chairs at
7oc up to $4.50 and BufFett as low as $17.00 and China
Closets from $17.50 up.
M EL SOMERsAULTIO DAVENPORTS,
QUNN BOOK CASES,
HOOSIER KITCHEN CABINETS,
OS1ERMOOR MA I TRESSES.
: CLESTON m. COGGINS,
Furniture and Undertaking.
Day Ph. no 178
it scribe for he DEMUORAT
Gloo Austin is in Chickaaha today
visiting his sister.
Cough 1 Cough 1 Cough 1 Stop
it. Rexnll Cherry juioo will do
it at Stophoneon's drug store, tf
A. D. Brown is in Vcrdon today.
Will teach a limited number.
Piano playing by ear. Original easy
method. Address by letter, Chas.
McClure, care of Democrat. 258 tf
Mrs. Wm. Plum and Mrs. Roy Eng
land aro Chlcknshn visitors today.
Quince, raspberry and cherry pre
serves in bulk; also applo butter, tho
best whatovcr, at O. P. Skaggs'.
Phono No. 92 259-Ct
G. Kunkcl made a business trip to
All kinds of good things to cat at
tho Palnco bakery. Fresh bread,
pics, cakes, candies, etc.
262 tf II. C. Barz.
Mrs. Souhwick of Walters was a
visitor in tho city today.
If you enjoy a cup of good cofTcc,
join our satisfied patrons. Anadarko
Grocery Co. Phono No. GC. 258 Ct
KNOW IT WELL
Mr and Mrs. Beast, Miss Bun
Cleveland and Mrs. P. A. Parker
went to Oklahoma City today.
' Frco uso of text books if you at
tend tho Oklahoma City Business col
lego Oklahoma City Oklu. Big sav
ing. Writo for particulars. 2C5-4t
Mrs. Frank Stono of tho Bryan ho
tel, is visiting her sister at Chicka
Saturdays ohooolato oroamB 20
oonta a pound at StnphoriBon'H
Drug store. 254 tf
O. E. Lacey and wife of Minco aro
enjoying a visiv from with their
daughter, Mrs. Hoy England.
Students guaranteed work to pay
board nt tho Oklahoma City Business
college, of Oklahoma City, Okla.,
Big Baving. Writo for full particu
A marriage licenso was issued Sat
urday to John Snow and Bertha Con
ner of Apache.
W . II. Ferguson was found guilty
in tho county court Saturday of boot
legging, and fined $50, with an ad
ditional thirty-day jail sentence.
A SHORT TALK
Tlioiv whs a 1 imo, per
haps when MiniM of our
Deoplo niijrhr hnv had x
cuhcH for HMi(iiii their
lmindr.y oar of town, but
it; is not no a,v mid tin
ono who iIok ir, IIuhuiohm
Men cspcciallr. is u kaoek
or. W" pohiiivcl.v caa do
.Corn IiiuihIi'i sorlc as well
as you fan jMt it done na
place, and in tlio.se who
want to tie ali.fied, w
do UO full In yM intiifi(J
Our biisni. -. i uicreaH
ing iii(!e)( . v. imve uiHii.y
happy iiini -.niHtii'd pat
BrotliiM Kn ckcr jr. on
our list i.i o licrniiif a
W' dn mi leaning
Men's i n iitk
Ladiee' .in n, in, Skirts
Ladies' W ' silk r
Ladies' i .
Wh OH II
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Ice and Laundry Co.
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Familiar Features Well Known to
Hundreds of Anadarko Citizens
A famllair burden in ovcry home,
Tho burden of a "bad back".
A lame, a weak or an aching back
Tells 'you of kidney ills.
Doan's Kidney Pills will euro you.
Hero is Anadarko testimony to
Mrs. Minnie Turner, nurse, East B
Street., Anadarko, Okla. says:
"About two years ago my health be
gan to run down. I was tired all tho
time and when I arose in tho morning
I felt more miserable than when I
went to bed. I was seldom freo from
pain and there as a noticeablo swel
ling in my limbs. I seemed unable to
got relief from any of tho various
remedies I tried and was in despair
when Doan's Kidney pills camo to my
attention. I procured a supply from
the City Drug Store and cannot begin
to tell of tho great benefit I derived.
My hdalth improved so rapidly that
I hardly believed tho relief would
last. Five boxes of Donn's Klrlnov
pills brought about a wonderful chango
in my condition. I always recom
mend this remedy to my friends when
I have tho opporunlty, as I do not
think there is a preparation in exist
ence that can compare with it for
curing tho 'isorders of tho kidneys.
For sale by all dealers. Prico CO
Cents. Fostor-Millnim Co.. HnfTnln.
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New York, solo agents for the United
Remember tho name Doan's and
tako no other.
Edmond, the state examiner of the
county treasurer's office, from Guth
rie is in tho city today.
Saturdays chocolate oreama 20
oenta a pound ac StephenBon'H
who is with tho
Folder & Co., at Hobart was in the
city on business yesterday and left
on tho morning train for Vernon, Tex.
F. K. Evans
Pioneer Drug Store
Let Us Help You
In making up your list of Christmas
Gifts a visit so our store will mater
ially aid you tin making appropriate
selections that will be appreciated by
those for whom they are intended.
We have just placed on display the
largest and choicest line of Christmas
novelties ever shown in Anadarko.
Burnt Leather articles
Fine Soaps and Perfumes
Books of History,Fiction
School Tablets and Books
Nothing better for home entertain
ment and nothing that makes a better
Christmas present than a Phonograph.
We have the best at prices ranging
from $25 to $45,
A complete line of EDISON RECORDS-all
the latest and mos popu
New Shining Parlor
James Adkins Wednesday opened
up his new shine parlor for ladies and
gentlemen on C Strcot. Mr. Adkins
has fitted up an attractive and neat
place which will bo known ns tho
"Green Front." Ho is an expert
workman in his lino nnd guarantees
satisfaction. His shop will bo found
to bo kept in tho neatest and cleanest
shape at all times. 2G5 tf.
Make Your Choice Early
Karl Douglass Drug Go.
Cut Price Sale..
All our Ready Trimmed Hats, about 200, ...
WILL BE CLOSED OUT AT
This is genuine. All our goods aremarked in
plain figures, and you pay half of its former mark.
Fine hats that were formerly $10.00, Now $5.00
5.00, Now 2.50
2.50, Now 125
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