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OCTOBER 25 1913
The First National Bank ,
Anadarko CaPital and surplus $60,000.00.
Wo have double tlic capital ami surplus 01
nn.v other bank in natlarko
We have no ecoslvo loans, no bills )nia-
ble or re-Useounts.
No olllcer or director of this bank owes ft a
Wo solicit jour businesi, whethot large 01
T. F. Woodanl. President I. K cox, ( nshior.
L. W. Myers, Vlce-1'resipent.
Tlio olection in Mexico was a
groat fnrco ns was expected. Not
evon tho oiti.uiiB of that country
regarded moro sorious than a nn
tionnl joko. It whs but a wook
protonco of complying with tno
Perhaps no dictator since the
.irk njes, ever ruled with audi
despotism. As whs the intention
tho elnslion results in Iluerta ro-
The political conditions of Mux-
R. U. l'oprjt, Ass't Cashier
Perhaps no stato in I'noin tlio is
taking a moro activo intoiost in
building good roads than Toxus.
Tho pooplo havo turnud out and
built a lino macadam road from
Austin to San Antonio, a distnnco
of SO niilos. This is a part tho of
tho groat .Meridian road.
Another route of this road will
branch oft" from Wichita Falls, in
a southwest direction. It has al
roady been oliicially logged to
Bnllinij-r, by way of Stamford and
AbiloiM. From Bnllinger it will
The First National Bank
Condetued Statement of Its Condition at the
Close of Business, October 21st, 1913.
tno picturesque mountain route
t.) San Antonio. It will lie n
route that any tourist will enjoy.
ico are now more complicated than ' g0 to San Angelo and thottco over
Tht fighting that began in Mon
terey last Friday still continues.
Reports from thoro aro contradic
tory, but it is boliuved that tho
ralinla lint-A tlin iirlrntif ntTO. '
L'rcsidont Wilson in a spoech
in Pennsylvania, n fow dnys sinco
mndu this significant remark,
which is thought to express his
onin of tho present condition of
Mexico. IIo said: "A govern
ucnt frunded on blood has no
right to exist."
German Army Airship Explod s
Photograph ot tlio -j. Lii, 2T, t in lmt'-t HmLjiew"t of the
German war airuips. winch t-xolodmi on October ITqft while Hying
about 800 feet arxjve lohanusthal Germany. The disiwtor wns mark
ed by three explosions in rapid succession, following whioh tho giant
aircraft fell to the cr round in a blatins mass. Of tno 28 oilicors and
tnon on Iward at the time of tho disaster, alt met death, only one
man being found aliv aI.imi tho sptv ta'ora reached tho wreck, lie
later died in the hospital.
Ijonns and Discounts
V. S. Itond
Real Ifetai FnrnitttfB anil Fixtures .
Other Ken I Estate
lilli- of ISxchanse K,088.Wl
Warrants $ 28, a I H. ft I
Cash and Sight Exchange, 176,065.66
Surplus and ISnriunp
Circulation . .
Deposits . . .
No Bills Payable.
tfo oiHcer or director owes this bank a dollar
The above statement is correct.
I. IS. COX, Cashier
. .'120.717. 1L
Call A BO. Phono .12 3, for
It. M. Pell was in Carnegie
Mrs. Wilkinson of El Bono vis
ited Mrs. J. W, Glisten Tuesday.
Mrs. f E. Brassengton rccoivon
a mossago from Galena, Kansas,
convoying tho sad nows of tho sad
nows of tho sorioua Hickness of her
aged father. Mr. W. W. Torry
and Mrs. Geno ntes took Mrs.
Brassington to Chicknsha Tups.
day morning in their car to catch
tho early train for tho north.
Board with rooms convenient
ly located, 122 west Oklahoma
avonue. Mrs. S. 13. Lindloy.
THE FARMERS HALLOWEEN AT
The ladies of the Catholic
Chinch will gte their basanr ami
cooked food sale on Saturday, Doc
Dulck Autos aro here, tin best in the land,
Reliable Cars to suit ever demand,
Of improvements, tlio latost, in whole and in part,
And electri-ally fixed to light and to start.
Don't forget oar good service In Liery way,
Wo are here with tho goods In the night or the day.
And pleasing home public and travelidg men,
You get satisfaction and como back again.
Good mechanics aro here for work In repair,
All kinds of llxing at rates very fair.
Kepairing that done by tho methods O. IC,
And gives satisfaction day after day.
Good tire?, asscssorios and auto supplies.
Excellent (nullities lice you can buy.
BROADWAY. ANADARKO, OKLA.
Tho Democrat has arranged to
dovoto a page of its space, or at
least a groator part of it, every
week to useful agricultural matter.
This mattor is witton by some of
tho best an) horitios on agrici It it re
in tho united btntos. This will
bo a valuabio featuro to our ngii.
cultural readers, and a department
they no doubt appreciate.
This contract is inado for ono
year and if it proves to bo satis
factory to our readers, will bo continued.
Bestgrad(of Alfidfn sood for
sale, ! per bushol. MoWothy
Day Phone 178;
Night Phone 226
Goorco F. Bryan and Miss
Maude Elston wero quietly mar
ried at tho homo of tho brido's
paronts, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Els
ton at tho Elslon Hotel, Monday
aftornoon at 3 ;30 o'clock, Rov. Ir
Crabtroo officiating. Mrs. W. W.
Vauglmn and Mrs. Chas. Drossor
wero tho only witnesses outsido of
Tho brido is somowhat of a
stranger hero, having irndo hor
homo hero but a few months with
hor well and favorably kuown
paronts. Tho groom has been one
of Anadarko's progrossivo busi
nesB men. Ho has bought a mov
ing pioturo show at Sontinol,
whero ho and Mrs. Bryan wont
Monday oveniug. The good wishes
of their Anadarko friends go with
them to their now homo.
Tho following program will bo
rondured at tho Presbytorian
j oLurah, Wednesday avoning ;
Vocal duot, Mary Pfalf and .Tas.
Prayor, by Rov. F. V. Fait.
"Tho North Wind," Lloyd
Violin solo, Evorott Cox.
Vocal solo, Edna Bomick.
Becitation, Julia Fulkorson.
Vocal quartotto, .losso Ovor
stroot, Ilarry Bullingor, Jamos
Gassuv-ay, Russell Fait.
Reading, Miss MoLauohlin.
Vocal solo, Mrs. Roudorf,
Othoa foaturos portaining to
Hallowcon will follow this pro.
gram. Refreshments will bo
tjorvod and a free will olforing will
bo taken for tho bonoiit of the
Social Union. Everybody wol-como.
For trade -A woll equipped
pool hall for a farm.
Fresh, crisp vogotabfos, at A
C, phono 123.
Soo Mooro & Yates for insurance
For trade A good houso and
lot m a good Texas town, for prop
orty in or near Anadarko. Ap
ply at this ollice.
Nowscalo, that will weigh 2000
lbs. to tho ton. Coal, coal, coal.
uaddrko Ico Co.
' Sheriff Sale.
On tho Sth day tt Novemlier
l'.M3. atone c'elm-K j. in. .attdo
corner of otli and Mini streets, m
the city of Anadarko, C'addueoun
ty, state of Oklahoma, I will sell
at unblio sale, tho following prop
Ton iron beds, 7 mattressos, 3
refrigerators, 1 1 chairs, I drosior,
L side Ixiard, 2 high chairs, 3
dining tables, I atnnd tablo 1
sanitary couch, 3 comodus, 7 stoolu
or roBtaurontchnirs. I folding bed
2 mirriors, 1 kitchon cabinet, 1
cream separator, f spring cots,
ring hoit.r, IsowiiiL' inaohino. 17
T I . - . '
5 cook stoves. 1 rui.
z linoloums. 1 violin and a lot of
junk' tho property of J. C. Liud-
Joy, taken on execution m favor
ofSicmon Fur Mfg. Co., issued
outot tho District clerk's oilico,
Caddo county, Okla., against J.
C. Lindloy, in caso No. 2228, in
tho District court of Caddo county
Okia., whoroin V. C. Wolfonbor
gor was plaintiir nnd J. C. Lind
loy ot nl wero defendants nnd tho
Sigmon Fur M fg. Co. was orosspo
Datod October 23, 1013.
A. J. Blankonsliip,
ShoriiF Caddo county, Okla.
The Phone will Bring it
Office Phon- No. 17 Rtsidence Phone No. 88
Another wila blizzard swooped
down upon us Tuesday. It came
with a relontloss fuiy thaj show
od no moroy to our balmy Okla
Call A B C. Phono 12 3, for
Coal, coal I Anadarko Ico Co
Lost Gold bracolot with a
monogram "Maxino." Finder
ploaso roturn it to Orosont Grocery
'orE C. bchlitt anurocoivo a
Mrs. Samud Tanmobaum, of
'El Rono, is tho guest of hor niece
I Mrs. A. Younghoiiu.
I Mrs. A. A. Flanagan visited hor
diughtor in Stcckor, Tuesday.
C. ,T. School transiotod busj
ness in l't t"i ', lu'siti
Justice of tho Poaco W. A.
Martin, of Cement, camo to Ana
darko, October Kith., and bought
marriaoo license for Thomas W.
Piorco, ago 22andLucindy Swarls
age 23, both of Cement. He gavo
his ago as 70 yoars, and statod that
his Justice of tho Poaco commis
sion expires December 1913.
J udgo Martin otfioiatod on tho 10th
at tho wedding of this young
couple at thoirhomo in Cement.
In taking a copy of tho recoids
tho Judgo'B name was written in
place of Thomns V. Piorce.
Tho explanation of this orror will
no doubt restore tho Judge's right
to sleep in tho houso in placo of
tho wood shod. Circumstantial
ovidenco has put many an innocsr t
man in tho pon so Judge Martin
will, without a doubt, rejoice oor
gotting oil with tho wood shod for
a fow d.iys.
If You call No. 23. Wejgive
prompt attention to Telephone
Orders and will send you Coal
We'd rather do fit now than
later on, when all those slow peo
ple are sending- m their orders on
a cold day.
Then somebody 'may tuve'to
Lyon & Mathews Co.
B. F. ELLIOTT
Undertaker & Funeral Director
Liconed Embalmer. 15 years Experience
Dost Hoarse in (Jod.lo county. All tho latost modern
appliances. Calls answerod promptly day ot night.
RESIDENCE PHONE WW
A rooming houso, all clear of
dobt, will trade fur land ur resident
ti. B,d lrtui'ia'bb-j Ci
c c Mcknight
Farm and City Lt)ans, R.ea.1 Estate, Insurance
OFFICE 20 U VE3T BROADWAY
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