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ANADARKO DAILY DEMOCRAT
ANADARKO, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY OCTOBER 16 1913
The First National Bank
Anadarko Capital and Surplus $60,000.00.
have ilnubic the capital anil surplus of
JTLlUJ Ilia. ye huve no t,xceggjve loans no bills liva
ble tn- re-discounts.
,, No officer or director of this bank owe It u
We solicit jour business, whether large or
T'F. Woodnnl. President. I. K. ox. ( 'ashler.
L. VV. Myers. Vici-I'roeipcnt. K. U. I'opejoj, A't ('mmier
TO Ml J FERRIS
S H Ferris, our new CoMgss-i The first number of the l.ceum
man under tho now dlstriulitig bourse, thu "Four Artists," pro
lull, will Iki with tia Friday ht. 1' ' "" that wmoxportod.
I. Ayers ia getting along nicely
now. For several dnys 1 1 is cusp
looked very discouraging I" li ia
physicians. His manv friends are
)loii9od to hear of li is improe-iiiont.
Another pood semking m:a P it
Wilfl geesp rent tho air wtf
thoir waiU Wednesday ni'"t nu
thev hurried -mth to oacftpe the
wet ti irt or ln,iind thtjin.
Moxico I. as reached a serious
flrisis. Tlio United States refuses
to havo nti) thing further to do
ith HuortA. Passports will tic
demanded and the ond has about
oonfo. If the lluerta administra
tion to show resistance u clash
ny bo expected at any time.
American imasion ia scarcely
tv bo looked for. hut this govern,
tint will doubtless uid tho eon
BtitutionalHts in gaining com
jjlujo control oj tho government.
"For trade- -A good house and
lot in a good Texas town, for prop
'pty in or near Anadarku. Ap
ply nt thisollice.
0. II, De Ford has leturned
homo from the east, whero ho has
baen buying goods for the Fair
, Impart mo nt store.
TqIiii Evans, tho United States
Expp&i55 "boy is onjoyiug a visit
ram his sister, .Mrs. .) M. Miles
Mrs. .las. Bohart, of Apnshe,
Visited friends in tho citj, this
.Attorney "Win. Mc Fadyon
went to New Kirk Thursdjjaij
There will be more enthusiasm
at tho foot ball gamo tomorrow
afternoon, than has been in ovi
d nice lor a long time, in Ana
darKo. It is evident that there will bo a
good crowd of the citizens out to
see tho gnme. Students of tho
High School are selling tickets
and all are enthusiastic in their
support of the home toam.
The hawton boys are a tine lot
of young fellows and propose to
show strouger in tho game than
thoy did Inst year. They took thoir
"walloping" good nntiirodly last
year, but naturally smart some
what under their defeat. A good
clean fast gamo is assured.
As this is the first visit of Mr.
Ferris t our city 8 our conjjrdsl
muii, the business men arfLrc
quested by thu Commercial lnh
ollicprs to moot him in an iiftorti-
id reception from i to b p. m. at
'J'hero nre a number of cniir.
rial reasons why Aitttriitrko shanhl
show her O'lgrMStiinti e
courtesy. Wo Are Asking it
of laud east of the oity for our
we are asking along with
highway, for Fodoral n d faifah
Go out and root for Anadnrko
Lost A Collie dog, white points
had on locked collar. Koturn to
Clyde Thompson for reward.
Coll A BC. 1'hono 1 -2 y, for
Boarders wanted Apply nt ItfjS
East Broadway. Mrs. .1. S. lion,
C'al, coal ! Anadnrko Ico Co
.MaUMluijcuiidasuup the foot ball
game Friday afternoon.
Itulck Autos, are hi-re, the best in tht land,
Reliable Cars to suit ever) demand,
of Improvements, the late-t, in whole and in part,
And electrically fixed to light and to start.
Don't foiget our good service in Livery way,
VVe are here with the goods in the night or the day.
And pleasing home public and travelidg men,
You tret satisfaction and come back again.
Good mechanics aro hf-re for work In repair,
All kinds of fixing at rates very fair.
Itepalring that done by the method? O. K.,
And gives satisfaction day after day.
Good tire?, nssessorlcs and nuto supplies.
Kxcelk'nt qualities he'e you can buy
BROADWAY. ANADARKO, OKLA.
Meridian road: wo ,uo asking fr
favors in our Indian busiiuwR wu
want a postollice building a loon
as we can tret it., uto.
So regardless of political ig.
nilicitneo cer member of the
I'oininercial club, and evury Iftisi
uess man in Anadnrko will plonse
como to tho City Unit during this
hour Fridav ovoning, and niako
or renew his acmiaiutanco witl
Mr. Ferris will meet other jin
gaguments at Anadnrko after liis
j. . iMrKiiiiau, tne manager
Hilled Ilia Auditorium with music
that would certainly cause a ptvn
erbj to stop and listen, lie is a
(ierinnu. robnet Iwiritone.
lacob Kontor and his He Salo
violin held his audience spell
Imuiid with his won erful talk
through the firings of hit v i liu.
Madame Lillian Kingml.rf
pleased the nrowded am.ieuce with
her great soprano voiee that soars
voliimiioiiH. clunr and sweet. ,n
ter hIi apitonred and gae eeral
short rendiuga that not oulv
pleaeel the children, but the
grown ii as well.
The pinuoist is a )oiiuir man
ul of music and made tho ttiftru
incut all but talk.
Kxerybody thoroughly onjoyed
the entire program.
Tho second iiumbor will be till,
ed by Alton Packard and will bo
ono of tho best numbora of tho
course, bomo of his subjects are
"Vanity Fair," "Undo Sam's
Folks," Funny People, oto. Jfe
is a high priced entertainer and
to miss this you miss a treat. Ho
ib an artist and puts tho best of
humor boforo his andionco. llo
will bo hero Nov. 20.
Frank Law's good work shines
like tho sun,
Ueliably finished and expur,tly
Artistic jobs, worth double tho
Ceat nnd prompt sorrico fpr
. ladioB and men, 'ViLi
Look up Frank's plnco for work
that's O. 1C.
All kinds of shoes shiuod in right
When you como into town nnd
want to look ilno,
Stop at FKANK LAW'S for an
FRANK LAW, Anadnrko.
Day Phone 178;
Night Phone 226
E. W. GISH
j AND EMBALMER
Office Phone No. 17 Residence Phone No. 8
Support tho homo toam Friday
Tho Zigamar nt tho Nusho
proved how poworloss ono would
bo in JJtimo of war, should tho
enemy uso an air ship in tho bat
tle, Tho boat on the wntor was
attacked by tho enemy in an niro.
piano and dropped a boomsholl
into tho bont, sinking instantly.
Fresh, crisp vegotabfes, at A B
V, phono 12:5.
CSn.ll ARC. Phono 12?,, for
Now scale, that will weigh 2b(X)
lbs. to tho ton. Coal, coal, coal.
Anadarko Jco Co.
(iooiit nnd sea tho foot ball
gamo Friday afternoon.
Mr3. John Campbell is enjoying
a visit from Mrs. (3. II. Ludwig,
of Ft Cobb. Mrs. J. L. Daniols
ncc. npnniod Mrs. LtuHvig to Ana
dnrko and spent tho day with Mrs
Campbell, returning homo in tho
ovoning, ' '
I hnvonlimitod a!iiount(of Round
Oak Ileater.H on hniub which I
will (!o9qont nt groatly roduqed
prices. . 'Ask tb bo seown u Kound
(ak boforo you purchaso. F. J.
Take n'n'hour olf and qq tho
gnme at 1 P..M., Friday, r
Soe Mooro'ec Yatos fo'i insurnnco
Mrs, Josio Ward and Oqrtrudo
Wliitworth aro visiting frionds in
Mrs. 1. E. Cox ontortainod
&oysw,Qt UiaqIjI tiino friends and
pioneers at lior boautiftfl homo on
West Oklahoma Ave, Wodnoadny
nfternoon, in honor of Mosdnmes
N. M. (Jish nnd Italian Uish, of
Oklnhomn City. !
After welcoming the guests Mrs.
Cox invited them itito hor dining
room, whero the lights wero beauti
fully shndod in yollow, and tho
two long tables nnd room were
bountifully decorated with carnn
tions, forns anil chrysanthemums.
All onjoyod tho delicious throo
course lunchoou. Mrs. Cox was
assistod in tho sorving by littlo
Miss Maxino Cox.
At tho close of tho th'rd course,
Mrs. Cox appointed Mrs. Craig
toast mistiess. Mrs. Craig pleased
the guests with a vory witty story
Mrs. Baker followed with "Old
Memories," relating to tho guests
stories of her mooting with Mrs.
N. M. Gish when n brtdo and
later in Anadarko during tho pio
neer days ; this wns full of wit, Mrs.
Mo Fadyon then nmused tho guests
on tho "Future.'' All was fall of
humor. Mrs; Ballingor clo-od tho
toasts with a vory pleasing talk on
sociability. Tho guests thon iinish
ed tho afternoon in tho parlor,
whore Mrs, N. M. Gish started a
story that was iinishod in chapters
by tho guests. Mrs. Cox thon pro
sonted tho story toilers with a
white carnation. I """I
Ma8toi Everett Govt with his
violin, and MiasMnxirie Cox. with
hor pinno, ontortainod (with somo
vory pleasing selections.
Thoso presont wore Mesdamos
IalHngor, Do Ford, Pfiiir, Mc.
Fndyon Elmer Gish, Tlnrry
Brdwh, Suttor, Fulkorson, Adrinn
linker, Stophouson, Korloy, Craig
Youngheini, Italian Giah and N.
It will bo romomberod that the
first social orent in Anadnrko was
given by Mrs. N. M. Gish. Most
of tho guests nt Airs. Cox' wore
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other nieiuhcMN of the .niily
h.ippr iipiH'titcH hhurnfii, thinu
bri'.'htt'it up gcncrnlly. And C.tluiiiit -1?
dxing l'owilrr is rcspoiinihlc fur it all.
For Culmuet never fails. Its
wonderful lfaveniiiK cpinllties Insure
p Tti-ftly sluatontHl, I'uultlcssly raucd
C'liuiot he compared with X
otlur Ivikintr powtkrs, wlilvh promise J.
without performing. -W
Even a beginner in cooklncr t
gets ilellghtful results with this iii'vcr
Ciihng Calumet Baking l'owdcr. Your
grocer knows. Ask him.
RFXEtVED HIGHEST AWARDS
World's Para food Exposition, Chicago, CL
yyrUpoiUoa, Frce, Mrch. 1912.
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fiftf best rtialU,
B. F. ELLIOTT
Undertaker & Funeral Director
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Friday Afternoon, Oct,
Phono I 2 U, for
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Farm and City Loans, R.ea.1 Estate, Insurance
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