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ANADARKOs OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY, DEC. 31. 1010.
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HELD LAST MEETING
.!. 4, .,
WE. WISH YOV ALL
Tlra Uit msettnr of tbo commercial
ctub for the ycnr 1910, was held at
tbn a'ubrooms, Friday night There
wb2 not ft larg attendance, but those
w5o wero thore cliRcuasod the work
for the cuininft year, nnd nttendod to
th business that comes before the
A commtttco from the city council
pterented the depot and adcwalk
nuttUrd. Tho eouncll was thoroughly
acquainted with tho arrangomenU
thai had been made hetween the Rock
Inland and the club.
Ah the railway company bai said
that work would begin on the new
depot about tho first of January, nnd
an it could hordty bd expected that
th pavement nd street cro?Bings
could bo put down until the tracks
are changed and tho depot built, it
was thought best tn wait the company
ha? time in which to act before any
demands arn made.
JUNIUS OLDHAM DEAD
Juniui Oldham, who has been nick
for several days with pneumonia, died
this morning at 4 o'clock. Mr. Old.
ham came to Oklahoma In the oarly
days, and was connected vith tho
titderal jail and court at Guthtie at
fie camo to Caddo county about the
time of tho opening, nnd has been
here ever nince, lie has a host of
Jtrionds hero in Anadarko, and n
Te remalnH will be sent to Guth
ria for burial. His Hon who died a
few months ago in burled there.
TO OUR PATRONS
AND MANY FRIENDS
With this issue of the Democrat, the lease
under which the present management has been operat- '
Ing expires. We have been unable up to this time to
make any arrangements for the purchase of the plant,
and we do not care to further lease it.
We came to Anadarko with the : ntion rf
staying here, and if it is possibln to make the aritingti-
ments, we will stay and publish a weekly newnpaper.
We do not behove that the circulation possible
to secure in Anadarko, and the patronage possible to
obtain, will justify the publication of a daily.
No man is willing to put his time and energy in
to a business that docs not pay, and with another good
daily in the field, we do not feel that we can make any
money out of a daily newspaper.
We have become acquainted with the business
men of Anadarko, and with some of the people in our
short stay, and we are convinced there are no
better business .irn or citizens than are found here.
Thanking ilie people of Anadarko for the patron
age and good will that has been shown us, we close
our daily newspaper career in Anadarko.
NESBITT & REINMILLER.
A HAPPY HEW
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Sunday school 9;45 a m
Sermon 11 a m
Westminister Guild 6:30 p. m.
Sermon and regular evening tier,
vices 7:30 p m.
Strangers within tho citv are cordi
ally invited to attend 1 ' services
d. V. Fait,
If you want to trade a good a'ty
residence for a good farm in good
location, see William Reece at once.
He has a new farm to trade.
As pe contrast with the Interna
tlonal Retail Clerks 1'rotective Asso
ciation, local No. 1J84, all rttail
tnorcbants will c!o?e their stores at 6
p. m. except Saturday, from January
2, 1911, until )tcmber 15, 1911.
Goo. L, Kay, Pros.
A. L. Morris, Secy,
A well equipped butcher shop for
Bale doing a good business Corner
Fourth and Kansas, Chtckaaha, Okla
J. C. Rader. I w i!
Thanking you for your past patronage and
hoping you II continue to do
future, we remain - n
1 Youngheim Clothing Go.
Your Morning Meal
Toaster like cut T...S7.2f
0 in. disc Toaster '. 5.00
5 lb. and G lb Irons 4.75
Sewing Muchino Motors 20.00
81bDeskFan s , lt.00
Welhave a well assorted stock of Enameled NJckle Plated and
Aluminum Ware in which you can find
MANY USEFUL GIFTS .'.' .
Laundry Sets .' ...$2.00
Sleeve Iron v.---. :... 75
Pressing Iron ,-..- .. 1.75
Plated Knives and Forks:. ..$5:00 to $0.50
Baby Knives and Forks..... 1.25
Desert Spoons..... '3.25
Tea Spoons 2.25-
Baby Spoons .j. I 75
Kw - Forks,, per set 8.00
Pickle' Forks ..' 75
Cream Ladles 1.00
Gravy Ladles ;.. 1.10
Soup Ladles . 4.00
OUR VERY B.EST"
' CUTLERY AND.. TOOLS
Our Lice of Pocket Cutlery and Edge tools ifi'the njoHt'ccirpleto in the' City;
piece is absolutely guaranteed' to be perfect.
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAYS
John Pfaf (EL Sons
ve inTen Days
All Requirements Have Been Met By Okla
homa City. Some Officials Already There
Oklahoma City, Dec. 31. Within
ten days uvcry Mate iflico wilt he lo
cated In Oklahoma City. This is ac
cording to tho opinion emanating
from fho office of Governor C. N.
Haskell, where the knowing onea arc
congregated, and (a concurred In bf a
large mbjority of the ofliciulw thprn
eolves, many of whom visited Okla
hotua City, Fridey, In search of pos
Following the raising of the $71
200 necessary to defray the expenses
Incident to the removal of the cap.
ital, former capital commission 1
architect' tees, the citizens cot.
mittee, of which' S. C, Hey man la
chairman, has been busily at work in
an .A.'..j.,nt to arrange satisfactory
o(Tftt . fc: ''" state departmental
heads. The committoe waa in aes
sfon practically all of Friday security
the remainder of the $71,200, a mat-
ttr that wns accomplished early Krf.
Owing to this fact, tho committee
has huu very littlo time in which to
meet with the ptato officials and di.
cuss probublo offices and headqunrters.
Tho eld high school building will be
used by as many officials as can be
adequately accoramoduted there.
The governor, secretary of state,
state treasurer, state auditor, at
torney genf ral, and the other sub
sidiary departments will have their
offices in this building. On the
ground floor will be the office of the
governor, secretary of atate. state
treasurer and attorney general, .The
offices of the capitol commission,
which will be appointed by Governor
Haskell ioon, will be on the sacond
Notice of Dissolution
Notice is hereby given that the
partnership "The Oklahoma Engl,
neering Co," composed of F. W,
Keeney and M. E. Monsell has been
mutually dissolved, M. R, Monaell
retiring from e&id partnership. All
parties owing said firm will please
settle with either F. W. Keeney or
M. E, Monaell and take receipt for
samo.Ail cutracta and obligation
of the firm will beearrieq Jout and
diBcliargdd by V. W, Keaney andany
other parties who may , becom as.
(Delated withhim In .bqilnooa.
P. W. Kecnay,'
' ' M. R. MrfU.
i & j
Every jrood housekeeper r
prectatw a good, reliable Grocer
That'a what we claim.to be. We
ffive at all times the
GOOD ROADS SUBJECT
AT GRADY MEETING
M, E. Monsll, coanty turveyor
elect, returned from ChicWasha to
day, where be was attending the good
roads meeting t that placo. Mr Mon
sell is vary onthusiaatic over the work
of the meeting, nnd eaya our Ulster
city on the east is pwparinir to build
aoiae roads in the near future. '
Among the prominent "good road
era" from abroaJ who wero In at
tendance were Prof. Alfred Boyd, who
holds the chair of civil engineering at
tho A. & M. college. Stillwater:Geo.
L Biahop, dUtnct agent of the U. S.
department of agriculture, Cordell.
W. It. Golt, and Clark udron,
aecretury of the Oklahoma Good RoadH
association, arrived latn in tbo after,
Present and participating in the
deliberations of tho meeting aUo
wero Representative plover nd Frey,
Senator Geo, W. Barefoot, Elmer E.
Colby, city engineer of Chlckasba,
who gavo a very instructive talk on
"Materials for Road Building," and
J. D Lindsay, county clerk, who re-
ported on county funds available for
Mr. Monsell as aurveyor is in a
goal position to be of great service
to Antdorko and Caddo county ii the
building of roads, a matter that can.
not be over estimated by our people.
ThfAnidnrkoPalnt, GUas aod
Wallpaper Houae carrloa' thn best
and largest stock of paints, ollr,
varnlnh. colours and wallpaper, If
you contoraplate building or? repair
lh(,',will scvo .money to flgant,
with ma. Af,. ,. .,
: '".' 2S5-d & to Jan.-tt
in'the market, and at prices that
make the pother afellow"2open trchnical form-mi
O. P. Skatftfs Orocerv
Just received half arr
rYiflsouri Pippin nppleg,
Corner 6th and Hrondwa.
d & w
ONE HBHE FiGOT
Guthrie, Okla... Dec., 21, -Thu.oait
on whlcb Guthrie will finaMy depend
ta win back the stats capital or lose
it forevwr wb vtned hare Friday af.
tsrnoon and will probtbly be filed
Saturday morning. W. H. Coylo, the
Guthrie milliooaire, it the plaintiff.
and Ihe grounds allied er esactly
the earn as tbcaa aet out in tba suit
filed last 8atctrday on tba assumption
tnat the governor hd signed tho cap
ital removal then,
The luffallty of thu logislatar .
esrabltns la Oklahoma City, tba le.
legality of taa bill iUolf and .It-.
are attacked In
tho Gathrio potltlon.
The Anadarko Point, Gins and
Walipaer nouaq.guarahUWU work
dono Cv befirat : claB0,';notbri.- hoi
hlgb nlawt material atpd at moderate