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ANADARKO DAILY DEMOCRA
ANADARKO, OKLAHOMA,. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5 1913
The First National Bank
Anadarko Capital and Surplus $60,000.00.
Wo have double the capital and" surplus of
any other bank In Anndarko.
We have no excessive loans, no bills paya
ble or rc-dlscounts.
No ollker or director of this bank owes ft a
We solicit jour business, whether largo or
T.'F. Woodard. President
L. W. Myers, Vlce-1'resipent.
I E. cox, C'nshler.
R. B. Pope joy, Ass't Cashier
IIN THE EA8I,
Now York, Nov. 1. -Tammany
sutrorroil n crushing dofent. Tho
fusion candidate, Mitchell, was
electod by To, 000 mnjrrity.
David Walsh, domocrnt, was
electod govornor of Mussnclitieots,
by 50,000. B
Jmnos Fielder, domocrat, was
elected governor of Now York, by
n plurality of 15,000".
Blair, democrat, was oleoted
sonntor from Maryland.
Kulzer, tho impeached govornor
of Now York, was olocted to tho
legislature from his district.
Thoro will bo a mooting of tho
subscribers to tho bonus for tho
Oil and" Feed Mills nt tho City
Hall, Thnrsday ovoning n. 7.110
o'clock. All subscribers nro earn
estly requested to bo presont to
bo present to hoar a report from
A. D. Brown. Meeting to bo
vailed to order promptly at 7.JJ0.
Levi Oglo, chairman,
H. O. CSibbs, of Carnogio, was a
businoss visitor in t)io city, Wed-nosday.
MoBt of tho bonus subscribers
to tho Oil and Feed Mills, that aro
being built undor tho innnagoinent
of A. D. Brown, woro proFont at
tho call mooting, Tuesday evening
in tho City Hnll, but it was im
possiblo for Mr. Brown to bo pres
out. Tho mill question was dis
cussed nud tho suoscribors decid
ed to hnvo Mr. Oglo call another
mooting' for Thursday ovoning
and hoar a report from Mr.Brown
New Sidewalk Law.
At its rogular session Monday
night, tho City Counoil amondod
tho sulowalk ordinance. Tho old
ordinnnco permitted merchants
nnd othors to titili.o two foot of
spaco onthownbs. for tho exhi
bition of thoir goods. But now,
tho ordianco as nmonded, prohib
its tho uso of any part of tho walk
for this purpose.
Mr. nnd Mrs. John Evans hnvo
returned homo from Okoone.whero
they woro visiting tho former '
parents and friends.
Board with rooms convenient
ly located; 122 west Oklahoma
nvenuo. Mrs. S. B. Lindloy.
STUDENTS ENTERING NOW
WILL BE READY FOR
March 1st 1914
Tho long string of farms that
woro listed to bo sold for tnxos,
were noarly all rodoomed by tho
owners this car, This proved to
bo tho host year in this respect
since tno county was organized.
Never Ijoforo navo fowor farms
boon sold for taxes, This should
in Mm much in favor of tlin finan
cial condition of this county.
Many investors from other
states wrote to thoir agonts to buy
up Caddo county property .for
them nud forwarded tho cash for
that purpose, but thny wero un
able to buy this year.
Wo wish to annoiinco to tho
peoplo of Anadarko and vicinity
that wo have purohusud tho un
dertaking goods, funeral supplies
and rolling stock of Ruftis Shaw,
and aro now locnted 201! West
Broadway, first door west of tho
A. B.C. Storo, just norlh of court
Calls answorod promptly. Phono
;M or 22J1. B. F. Elliott A: Co.
In County Court.
State pf Oklahoma,
County of Caddo, j ss
In tho matter of tho estnto of
J, W. Hampton, deceased:
To tho hoirs, next of kin, nnd
creditors of J. W. llnmpton,
You aro hereby notified that
Mrs. Olivo B. Hampton has np
plied to tho county county court
of Cnddo county. Stale of Okla
mn, for lottors of administration
en tho estnto of snid J W Hunp.
ton, deconsed, to bo granted to
tho said Olivo B Hampton nnd
thnt said application will bo heard
nt tho court fcom of said court, in
tho city of Anadarko, in said
county, on tho iSoth uny of No
vombor. 10l', ut 8 o'clock a m, nt
which timo and plnce any person
interested may appour and show
cause if nny thoy have why such
petition should not bo granted.
Witness my hand and tho seal
said court hereunto nflixod this
4th day of November, 1913.
SE(Seal) O. Ross Hume,
C ounty Judge.
Our Complete Life Time Stenogtahic
Course, all courses and text free
Our Complete Life Time Commercial
Course, all courses and text free
Our Combined Business Course, text
, and courses free
ANADARKO COMMERCIAL COLLEGE
DAY OR NIGHT
Call ABO. Phono 12 3, for
If you want a fnrm loan, or farm
insurnnco quick nud on the best
terms, or if you want to Bell or
trade your farm, Reeoo & Niokols
can get you, quickly, just what
See Moore & Yates for msuranco
Mr. nnd Mrs. Creech Lower nro
oxpeoted home today from Wonth
erford. Thoy oxpeot to go from
hero to Toxas on a short visit
For trade A good houso and
lot in a good Toxas town, for prop
erty in or near Anadarko, Ap
ply at this office.
Warron Froolin, of Rainy Mt,
visited his mothor, Mrs. W. S.
Froolin, tho first of tho wook.
A. M. Thompson, of Ohiokasha
wns in tho city, Tuesday, on busi
ness. He wns 0110 of tho first
content wnlk builders in Anndarko
Ohns. Woslor transacted busi
ness in Chioknshn. Wodnosdny.
Mrs. John Gasper, who hns boon
on tho sick list, ?s much improved
Sheriff Blnnkonship is now
sporting nn nutomobilo of his own
This, ho thinks, will onnblo him
to got 'om quiok.
A. D. Evans wbb in Ft Cobb,
Wednesday, on businoss.
For nioo frosh homo mndo can
dios nnd ohocolatos, go to Poto
Fort Cobb, Nor. I'll;!.
To tho Dotcocrnt:
Woll, wo woro a little surprised
at tho Tribuno editor going up in
tho nir at our criticism of some of
his correspondents. Hud somo of
tho correspondents gavo us n jack
ing up, thnt would hnvs hooti no
surpriso. But the editor, yogods !
vo thpught a touch up might in
dueo Bomoof tho correspondents
to givo 101110 nows, but suppose
some of them nro little children
nnd writo all that comos within
thoir scope. Wo will any nothing
against the oditor, nil know ho's
peevish, nnd no doubt has to got
up, go to tho glass and straighten
his faco at night boforo ho can go
Corn and cotton mndo from fair
tOf good crops horo this year.
Most farmers are slow getting
their crops gathorod. Tho peanut
crop is fair. Had tho rains come
Boonor wo would have had n bump,
F. E. Kent hns movod to oast
om Oklahoma, wo understand.
Frank was a lino follow, but a tor
Wo would liko to boo thoso good
old times ngnin, when ono could
buy n soup bono for 25 cents.
If you want to know nnything
nbaut tho quantity nnd quality of
tho sou in Arkausaw just nsk 1.
M. Poll; he'B boon thoro.
Frank Law dyos your shoos right
now. Gives thorn a glowing shino.
Makes old shoos look now.
The Phone will Bring it
If Youjcall No. 23. We 'ptve
prompt ..ttention to Telephone
orders and will send you Coal
We'd rather do it now than
later on, when all those slow peo
ple are sending in their orders on.
a cold day.
Then somebody may havctojc
Lyon & Mathews Co,
Up to Wodnosdny morning tho
rain fall rogistored 2.5 inches. Tho
rnin is gonornl ovor tho Stnto.
Cotton pickers nro put on tho bum
nnd tho rain will no doubt bo of
much damngo to tho cotton that is
still in tho Hold.
Have Your Roof Fixed
J am prop.irod to fix old roofs
or put on now onos. Seo 1110 if
your roof noods fixing.
A. W. Hess, fiOl E. Wash. st.
Thoo. G. Oolko, clork of district
court, has purchased a now Ford
automobile This is a live piia
sougor. Sovoral years ago, Toddy
drow a little red run-about, in a
drawing. Ho know tnat it was too
small to accominodnto his mauy
friends, so ho sold it.
Call A B C. Phono: 1 2 2,1 for
Never Grow Old' Club
Tho Novor Grow Old Club mot
with Mrs. O. W. Coopor, Tuoa-
day nftornoon,vith n good nttond-
nnco, rognrdloss of tho rainy
Tho ladies brought thoir neodlo
work thnt novor grinds n tho
norvo to work but dcolnro it is
such n pleasure that thoy would
have no troublo fighting grn hnim
Mrs. Coopor sorvod dolioioun
rofroshmouts iu throo courses; 1st
buillon and ornokors, 2nd. Boston
baked beans, oliickon salad, pickloti
brown broad nud buttor. 3rd. light
and' (lurk cako and coffoo.
Tho Club is growing in tin .born
but not in ngo. All roport i de
Tra E. Shownltor, 20, of Cnld
wnll Kansas nnd Elma DodsDn, 22,
of Hinton, wero issuod murringgu
We Are Overstocked on
And will close out the following
Heaters at reduced prices.
No. 721 A Great Western Duplex
794 it "
" 5 1 6 A Heat Well
214 Col. Oak
216 " "
0 1 Q
" 614 A Great Western Tubular
'616 " "
213 " " "
64 A 20th Cen. Laurel
66 " " " '
C(3 E l " it
" 215 German Heater
1 1 4 Master Economy
, ( . s
22.5 1 20.00
20.00 1 5.00
DUNCAN k LEONHARD
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