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ANADARKO DAILY DEMOCRAT
ANADARKO, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY. JANUARY 9 19U
Since tbo roport in yostorday's
Democrat relativo to tho troublo
at the Court House, wo havo boon
advised tbnt wo woro in error in
stating that Hov. Pharos had made
oompiaint before tiio Board of
Commissioners relatiuo to tho con
duct of tbo County Poor Farm,
Rev. Pharos, it sooms, did not ap.
poar boforo tho Board1 andvwontfto
aomo ono of the Commissioners
and told him of tno rumors bo bad
Loard, rolativo to tho conditions
n't bo i tig right
Tho iuforonco in yostordays ar
tiolo that Rev. Pharos started tho
oonversaaiou that lqd tin to tho
trouble, wo aro advisudjj-is inoor
root nnd that ho was only reply
ing to some statement which Mr.
Morgan had mado and that ho
was not tho first ono to pass the
It was not our intoution in
writing up this mattor to tako
ojdes oithor way and wo simply
javo the facts as reported lo us.
Mill I N!i
A meeting df tho Board of Un
ited Charity will moot at tho City
Hall Saturday afternoon at 3
o'olook to appoint oomtnittoos to
look after soveral nondy families.
The Alpha Bridgo Club met
with Mrs. C. H. DoFord Wednos.
day- afternoon. At a previous
rcooting tho olub olootod officers
and inoroasod tboir number to
four tables. Airs. Dixon was eloot
ed prostdout, Mrs. W. L. Mooro
soorotary. Mrs. S. Hilton and Mrs.
P. H. Anderson were reinstated
Mesdames Ivos, Roland and Sin
gor wore aooopto J as new mom-bors.
Cooked Food Sale
Tho Ladies of tho Christian
church will havo a cooked food
salo at tho Croscont store, Satur
day Jan. 17. '
Mrs. Chostor Blankonship loft
Friday for hor homo in Minoo, af
ter n visit with hor parents Mf,
and Mrs. Joe Smith.
Walt Ellison, deputy sheriff,
went to Hinton, Friday, on busi
ness. H. E. Win.onriod wont to Okla
homa Oiiy, Friday. Mr. Winzon
nod on business and Mrs. Win
'.onriod to hoar Schumaun-Heink.
2 E. A. WalliSi genoral delivery-T-nn
at tho Postoilico loft Thursday
for the southern states on a twen
ty days vacation.
Tiffany wodding rings and plain
rings of all kinds in 10. It and 18
karat at Brewor'o Joworly & Op
G. B. Earl of Knox County, 111.
is visiting his nophow Goo. T.
Drake. Mr. Earl reports tho crops
throughout Illinois for tho past
year w is almost a total failure.
Miss Blanoh'6 Baker wont to Ft
Cobb, Friday, whore she baa, a
Mm. Bon Coopor oamo in from
Miss Bom Ivoo camo over
from Apaoho, Friday, to visit hor
brother, W, L. Ives and wifo.
Mrs. O. IC Giles went to Car
negie. Friday, nftor a visit with'
Air. nnd Mrs. B. W. Gilos.
Miss Allou Tvho has- boon visit;
ing Mrs. Jorry Fowlor roturnod to
her home in Konto, Tnursday ,
Tho following marriago liconsea
havo beon fosuod sinco Jan. 1.
Earl Slaton, 2." and Mrs. Mnry
Woodward, 24, Bingor.
Elbort Hodriok, 21, and Miss
Jossio Rogors, 10, Gracomont.
Wado Good,' 27 and Poarl Soa
inmahari. 20, Apaoho.
John Compton, 28, and Miss
Lillian Prat or, 26 Gracomont.
Louio Dorigo, 10 and Miss Laura
Wilson. 18, of Hinton.
Ray .Bishop, lUj'and Miss Jjilia
Allison, 19, Apache.
James A. Glovor, 29, Ft Cobb
and Misa Alioo Holland, '20 of Car
negie Loroy Wallaoo, 21. Union City
and Miss Dot Atchoson, 2.'J of
Jamos MoNoill, 28 and Mis
Edith Warner, 19, of Apache.
Elmer Jarod, 23, Apacho and
Miss Mabol Jones, 20, Carnegie.
Mrs. A. J. Randolph and Mrs.
0.W. Cooper ontortainod tho So
cial1 Union of tho Prcsbytorian
Church Thursday afternoon at tho
homo of Mrs. Randolph. About
thirty mom bors wore proaont.
Mrs. R. L. Lawronco sang "A
Porfoot Day" (and Miss Mary Pfaff
sang "Adoration." A very iutor
ooting contost game was onjojod.
Advertising cards woro plueod. on
tho wall and tho guoats guossod
thorn causing much ploaBttro. Af
tor tho program dolioious refresh
inontB woro served. The guoats
wore Mesdames Audorson, Camp
boll, Smith, Lawronoo and M)sh
Pfaff. Airreporta a delightful at
GUN CLUB SHOOT
Tho Gun Club had a mooting
last Thursday aflornoon. Tho
shooting was 85 por cent. There
will bo anothor mooting noxt
Thursday at which four profos.
sionals from Oklahoma City will
bo present. They aro Egan, Don
loy. Daughtory and a lT. M. t
man. All these gontlomou are tins
All partios wishing to join tho
club should got in thoir applica
tion boforo February 1, so as to
got rogistorod with tho Sportsman
The membership foo will re
main tho samo up until that dato,
The First National Bank
Anadarko Capita andISurplus"$60,00O.0O.
Wo have doublo the capital nnd surplus of
any other bank In Anadarko.
Wo have nn excessive loaus. no bills nava-
ble or re-dlscounts.
No officer or director of this bank owes, ft a
We solicit your business, whether largo or
T F. Woodard.fi'resident. I. E. cox, Cashier.
L.JVV. Myers, V cc-t'resipent. R. B. Popejoy, Ass't Cashier
Lost A pair of gold speotatlos
aud leather casu.' On case J. A.
Rico, Corydon, Iowa. Liberal re
ward to finder. Loavo same at this
Is your watch running right?
We can now ux it right and put
in good ordor on short notico.
Brewer's Jewelry Store, opposite
Mrs. R. L. Lawrence and Miss
Anna Holmes wont to Oklahoma
City, "Friday,' to- hearSohmann
Hcink, who will be there at tho
Overholter, Friday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Dyko Ballinger
wont to Oklahoma City, Friday, to
hear Sohumann Hoink, who wili
sing at tho Ovorholser, Friday
Mrs. N. M. Gish wont to Okla
homa City, Friday, to visit frionds
Mrs. Vina Endicott went to
Oklahoma City, Friday, on busi-
Mrs. M. J. Wall returned to her
homo in Oklahoma City, Friday,
after visiting hor brothor, John
. Holmes and family.
Mrs. Fred Mason aud Mrs.
Raines roturnod to thoir homo iu
Ft Cobb, after visiting friends in
That plooo of jowelry that don't
look right, tako if to Brewor's
Jewolry Store opposite Post Of
Jioc. YVa make old jewolry look
Lost Gents ring, blood stouo
sotting, return to Dr. Andorson
or Democrat for reward.
Lost ' Silver Vanity purso.
" Mcntio " engraved on it.Findor
loavo at-G. W. Koclers or Star
Bakory and roceivo reward.
Wantod A position as house
keeper, by a middlo aged lady.
Gun giro boat of references. Ad
dress Mrs. Ida Pallett, Anadarko
Wanted to buy a houso to
move. Will pay cash. D. G.
Fonua AT hand-bag containing
monoy and two articles from n dry
good store. Owner can havo sama
by paying for this notico and cat
ing at tho Firo Station and dos
oribing tho hand-bag.
Furnishod rooms with good
meals at '!07 West Contral Bulo
vard. For Rent Two fino rooms, fur
nishod or unfuruishod. Mrs. M.
F. Baum, GOI W Broadway.
Lost -Gontloman's stiok pin
fivo small stono in wreath of gold
leaves. Finder loave at Domoorat
or C. D. Candler and recoivo re
The Town Marshal
In presentiuc this comedy
drama of tho rural Northwost, tho
Dramatic Club of the zCodar
Springs Litorary Sooioty is ac
complishing an nohiovomont
which is vory oroditablo to any
community. Tho plot is remark
ably stroug, and is particularly
nutable for the absonce of object
ionable foaturos so usually found
iu light thoatrioals. To miss soo-
ing "Undo Job Jenkins'' in tho
chief comedy rolo will bo tho ro-
grot of all who aro so unfortunato.
All in all tho play is clovorly writ
ton and very ovonly balanced.
Each oharaotor is as essontial to
thn play as tho Jtitlo. Doamond,
tho loading man, injliiavivid ohar
aotor protrayal of "Tho Town
Marshal, ' will awakon overy one
to fan appreciation of a man of
"Tho Dramatic Club" will pro
duco this play at Anadarko Opora
House Friday JamiaryOth. Prices
Call ABO. Phono I 2 , for
Soo Dr. Swoet at tho Bryan
Hotol for firsljclas3 oil leasos.
Rov. FayofEIRono will bald
services in tho Episcopal ohuroh
Sunday at 11 a. in. and 7:150 p. in.
AH aro cordially invited toattond.
Mrs. F. N. Gilbort left. Friday
for her home in Marlow. She
has been horo visiting Mr. and
Mrs. M. Foster.
Kngnn ing of any kind artjsti-
call executed. Browon's Jowoh.v
and Optical Store.
ROADS PUT IN
Two days have workod a great
ohango just oaat of town on tho
road south of tho Govornmont land
The holes havo been fillod, the-
wholo roadway graded aud tho on
tlro mile is now vory good.
Iho firms participating in Uui
work tho first days were:
First National Bank $150
Anadarko National Bank K50
first Stato Bank) 150'
Duncan & Leonherd IJO
Pfaff & Sons man
P. A. McWithy 150
Thoodore Oolko 100
W. W. Watormau 150
Fair Store .l&o
Baird Conf. Co. AR0
Hugh Graham ISO
P. A. Romiok & Co. 150
N. Baum 150--
DouglaBa Drug Oo. 150
Tho menjwho workod from town
wore as follows;
J. H. Coyer and team
L P. Wamplcr
Y, K. Eoglm
Every businoBS firm is under; -
obligations to holp out on thoa
road days and when thoy under
stand that it is all honostly nnd
eiliciently handled thoy ought not
to hesitate to join in.
I. H. Kerr wont to Graoomont,
riemv. on Dimness.
A. O. Drnko. of Bingor, and 0.
B. Earll, of London Mills, III.,
father and unolo of Mrs. W. M.
Courtnoy, are spending tho week
with tho Courtney family on Wosfc
Mrs. B. F. Hooper and children
of Apaoho, camo in this morning
for n few days visit with 0. W.
Cooper and family.
S. Hilton accompanied by a.
dolegotion from tho Kiowa age noj
wont to Oleoma City to meet
tho Commissioner of Indian af
fairs Cato Sells, of Washincton,
D. C. Ho is inspocting the var
ious agonoies in Oklahoma.
SATURDAY, JANUARY 10th BEGINS
BE ON HAND
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