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ANADARKO DAILY DEMOCRAT
I Publi9hed;EveryJ Evening,' Except Sunday 3
a aeinmYllbr; I A ,
PAUL NE8BITT EUITOli
G. A. RffilNMILLER MANAGER
Delivered By Carrier lOc Per Week
By Mail, Payable in Advance $4.00 Per Year
THE COMING YEAR
"In iimon thre is strength." "A hoiwe di
vided ajruinst ilsolf cannot stand " These are two
very ancient but potent truths handed down to us
by our fathers, but are aH true todnv as when they
first fell from the lips of man.
Every town in the state of Oklahonm thnt is
progressing bus an active organization of business
men to guide the work and promote their interests.
Thcae organizations represent the united energy
of the towns-
The town that is divided whore one half ff
the business men descry every artempt of the oth
er half to boost the interest!) of the town is not
only making no progroBs. but is actually driving
business away, because investors and people look
ing for trade do not care to enter family rows,
when there are ao many places whore the family
is at peace and all working to make the stranger
Anadarko is in a position now to make a re
cord for growth and prosperity in the coming
yenr. but every business man in town must get
in the game There is one thing on which all can
agree -we want more business and prosperity.
The way to get it is to go after it.
Let's not advertise our troubles.
Let's advertise our business interests and the
opportunities for investment in Anadarko-
Wc are closing a ytar that has been fraught
with many hard j'r, f M ' h lion p 'ho state,
but we can't afford to iliut up fihop boi anso of
Thin in n r! rnrt o1 the fltat, and ir time
for good things will come to all who vfork and are
prepared vhen I ho time Wi. '
So, let's resolve that tho next year shall be
proijerous one for Anadarko if the ignited energy
of the business men ojf Analaruo can make it ao
Remember that hat U-' ., Lu.ircsa
bolus ull, nd no man should be billing to accept
the rewards of the labor o. .iIiuj .10 . iu. 1 c n
jtribute his portion to the- work tnuking a great
or and belter Anadarko.
REDS AND BLUES
bTAK l CONTEST
El Rono republicans are raising cam Hth
Senator Colville because he has" not been influenced
by the the Jim Harris-Joe McNeal machine. Sena
tor Uolville is representing oiiawma county aa
well as El Reno, and he had to chooee between
loynity to his constituency an t own interests, or
blindly following a forlorn hope under the leader
ship of forlorn and hopeless leaders. Tim poetic
senator chose the sensible course, and only blind
partisans would condemn him for so doing.
El Reno bus decided to have the capital moved
to thnt city, and with a progressive spirit that is
commendable, selected the site and made all the
arrangements for the removal- The only trouble
with the El Reno crowd is, thy enn't move the
.Under the bill that is now pending in the
legislature and which has passed the housc.'there
will will be no more injunctions from inferior
courts in the capital matter- This bill provides
that the supreme court shall have authority to
hear all matters of controversy relative to the cap
I' - ....
Wlmn toii man wtirinK red or
He will tell jfou It you insist.
At thf" ' T - f " wi.frf
olab FiHhv nlrht, it nsi d rifed -o
give a banquet and after choosing
slrto. a rontest should be made to
bBo Whuli mIi! :n Bttur-- t.ie niottt
new members for the club. 'I he
losing side Is to pay for tliu bunquet.
E. II. Luitwiolder was chosen cap.
tnin of one side, nrtd Paul Nesbitt
RButuIn uf the otbtr. Thunu choson
by Mr. Lultwleldor tvill wear tho
red. and, thoso chosen by Nesbitt will
wear the blue.
Following (h a list of thu members
ehoeca by Mr. Lditwielder:
M. E. Monsell, Fremont Qoylo,
A. E. Baldwin, I E. Cox, Geo.
Campbell, .1. J. Coggins, C. II. De
Ford, E. V. Duncan, Geo. Em..lons,
F. L. Farrington, U. Grabam, I. M.
Holcorrib, P. L. Jorgamon. C. L.
Kunkol, L. E. Lyon, It. Livesoy,
Chad McKnight, I evi Ogle, W. M
Plum. P. A. Romlck, John Waff, Jr.,
E. S. Paker, C. II. Pratt, J. I.
Stowe, L. M. Splvey. i. B. Sanders,
J. E. rtinsom, A. M. Thompson,
Whitlock Bros., A. Younghelm, G.
A. Relnmlllor, E- S Parker.
Mr. Nosbitt chose the following:
jE. B. Tela, P. M. Bsali, Doane
Baird, W. H. Campbell, C. A
Cloveland, Oscar Diehr, F. F. Davis,
G. D. Driskell. J. F. Eccleaton,
II. O. Bradford, Hammert & Ayres,
Boone D. Hite. E. A. Kunkel, W.
I. Lacov, M. Leonhard, R. h. Mitch-
oil, J. F. Mitchell, J. Nathan, T G.
Oelke, R. Bn Popejoy, Frod Pfaff,
Pioner Telephono Qo Joo Smith,
J, (J. Stelmer, Stratton & Sons, O.
C. Stephenson, II. M. Tilton, J. C
LIndley, CI as. Wester, Spmcer
Hilton, G. F. Bryan, M. D. Miller,
W. P? Hudson.
Gilmore Brow Jxt Opera House Dec. 3
DO YOU REALIZE THAT
Will Be Here in a Short Time
0W about you advertising? Now is the time to get
'before tho public in order to got your share" of tho
Holiday Trade. THE DEMOCRAT is prepared "to
give you the best service at the least" possible price.
Wo have in stock some very, attractive headlines for
adswhich will b furnished FREE to our patrons.
Call and See Them
And plHcn an ail in the Democrat it will bring results
VliHlWMilllllltllMUMMMI iU"l II Ml
Our Job Department
Lot us do your commercial printing. Wo are prepnrcd
to do your work on short notice. Givo us a trial on
your uoxt Job
The Indian land leasees were In
Anadarko today attor.ding a meeting
looking to the betterment of the
At the Opera House Sat
urday Night Decem
WittT one accord the' press and
public have united in bestowing the
most.unstinted praise upon, the re
markable performances of Mr. Gil
mor Brown and his supporting com
pany. This company is now in its
third successful season upon the road,
iti an . entirt-lv" nctv departure in the
nmuxement world ' It is made up'of
excellent pnsternplayers.hefided'by a
young romantic actor of established
reputation, presenting the j great
English ComedyUrama "David Gar.
rick", with a complt-teacenic invfa.
ure and, with an attention, to detail
most uniiHual Ina one night sturd'at
GIVE, US YOUR
If j'ou want to make
the trains on time,
leave your order with
The Bryan Hotel. We
strive to please our
VEIDTS BUS AND TRANSFER LINE
Corner Central UnuluvarJ
Sunday school at 9:45.
Services at II u. m. and 7:30 p. en.
Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m.
Tbe public invitid.
W. W. Phares. Ministrr.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Sunday school D;45 a m
Sermon 11 a m
Westminster Guild 6:10 p. ra.
Tho young folki are urged to at
tnd and identify themselves with
Sermon and regular evening Ber.
vices 7:30 p m.
Strangers within the City are cordi
ally invitod to attend therjs services
8. V. Fait, pastor.
We are now sole agents
Sewing Machine Call
and see us before making
GISH . SKIDMORE
Dr. C. P. Warner. V. S,
(Vats tacceufullr nil dlsese of domestic
mimi.li. Surgiol operations a ipecUUy.
:tlb promptlr snswered day or nlcht.
Oflico at HITE'S BARN.
Office 'Phone 4. Residence Thoi V3b
FARMS TO RENT
Three farms to rent for cash.
Inquire of J. M. Youngblood.
Join ?tatl$, Sons
T II HARDWARE STORK
at popularity of tbe Schu
Quartette is not only their
(, but also because they
li'sso the people. All their
i either amusing, or ar
tistic arrtnrenenta of those sweet
old melodies jo dear to al American
hearts. Hearl!tbeBa' at the Opera
viloUBii on Dc. 14,
For Sale or Trade
Nearly new Hammond typewriter.
Will trade for second hand wagon,
two t.orne wagon. Enquire
W, C. Morrison.
bert I h
Lovle 2ndt Purcell, the famous
contialto of the Schubert Lady Quar
totto, has one of the deepest voices
ever given to a woman and is the
only Indy vocalist able to sing an
octave below middle C in concert.
Her voice is very powerful and yet
so melodioub that her strongest tono
loses none of its tweetnets. Hear
her Uec, 14 at tho Opera House.
Do you want a knife for your
boy, your father, or your hus
band for a Christmas present?
See that fine (display at Callahan