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AKAD4EK0, CKIAHCMA MONDAY. FEBRUARY 16 1914
Chioknsha, Okla., Fob. 15.
Following tho receipt of offiotal
papors from Govornor C'ruoe, Mrs.
Ada Woodward left horo Saturday
ou a 30 day parolo. She will go to
Willow, Okla., where her mother
and children nro now living. She
8 undor a life sonton, f:r the
murder of hor husband Hhorman
The parolo is allowod in ordor
that Mrs. Woodward may rooupor
ate. Her phisicnl condition since.
alio was brought horo from Law
ton following tho final trial of
John Tremout, and at which timo
ho was acquittBd of tho crime,
has boon vory poor and it is statod
that another oporation will prob
ably bo nocossary in a fow wooko.
While not officially statod it is
thought probablo that if tho worn,
an is not recovered at the expir
ation of hor parolo, the timo will
Marion Banks who was tried
for assault and battory on Mr.
Glover of near Ft. Cobb Saturday
was conviotod and finod $100 and
Tho Board of Charity will meet
at tho City Hull Monday aftor
aoon at 3 o'olook
Wantod Second hand runabout
Inquire at tho Crosont Grooory.
A box supper was givon at tho
Fostor school house, near Ft Cobb.
Friday ovoning for tho benefit of
i. M. E. Churoh.
A uico program was rendored.
Miss Olara Gassaway of Anadarko
sang a solo and Miss Bertha
Bishop and Miss Vota Gordon
Among thoso from Anadarko
who attondod wero Dr. and Mrs.
Nanco and tho Missos Cartor.
Tho recoipta of tho supper
amountod to $27.50.
Notioo Patriarchs I. O. O. F.
All Patriarch's wishincto join the
uanton are requested to moot at.
at tho I. 0. O. F. hall Hall Satur.
day night Feb. 11th at 7:30 o'clock
David L. Ray.
Fred Ensjow of Eakloy, was in
Anadarko, Monday, on businoss.
Mrs. Hampton, who was arrest
od about a month ago,-ncJused of
poisoning her husband was turn
looso Saturday aftoruoon.
Tho ovidenco against her was
insufficient to bring about a trial.
Noxt Wednesdoy tho claying
south of town will be continued.
Thoro will bo only ouo day this
week. Noxt week tho trap will
bo moved and tho clayiug on tho.
DeHeok hill will be completed.
Join the Road Hundred!
Buy Your Tires Direct at Lowest Prices
By buying and "contrasting diroot from tho taotorios"' for
tires in Irgo quantitios for spot cash, we aro ablo to offer
them at n groat monoy saving prioo direot tc tho oonsumor. A
saving of from 35 to 00 pr cent.
Whon you buy tires from us you got full value, you don't
havo to pay the dealer's profit, tho distributor's profit, salos
mon commission and othor high solliDg and ovorhoad ox
ponsos. Wo soil tires diroot to consumer at j'obbors prioes
and you got big valuoa and oxaotly what you pay for.
Shrowd auto ownors composo our oustomors among them
aro bankers, merchants, luwyors, dootors, planters and mon
m all lines who know values ond realizo the advantacos of
During th.3 past dull wintor automobile months wo secured
somo oxcollont donls from tho iaotories and now oll'or our
puroha6os at tho followiug pricos:
Among our tiros aro Diamond, Goodyear, Quakor, Nussau,
fcmpiro, Fiak and orhoro of equal quality.
All Tires Guarantood Fully. Note Those Pricos Carofully
Mutual Weekly 57.
"Romance of Sunshine Alloy. '
"Calamity Anno in Society."
Tho Ladies Aid of the Christisn
ohuroh will givo a chioken dinner
on Saturday, Fob. 21.
Theodoro Pruott made a busi
noss trip to Chiokasha, Monday.
J. R. Shunk of ('anient, was in
Anadarko, Monthly, on business.
Miss May Hall, who has boon
visiting her sister, Mrs. Daniel
Volmor, returned to hor homo in
Stillwater, Okla., Mouday.
Madam Smith and Mrs. Earl
G rammer aro ia Oklahoma City,
this week, on business. Mrs.
Grammor oxpoots to go from thero
to Kansas City.
John D. Pugh wont to Okla
homa City, Monday, on businoss.
Lost Bunch of keys, Finder
ploaso return to this offico or to
Tho Ladies of tho Christian
ohuroh will havo a patriotio din-
nor Sat. Feb. 21st
Chiokasha, Okla., Fob. 15 Tho
plant of tho Farmers' Gin com.
pany fs a mass of oindors, twisted
rods and ruinod machinery as tho
result of a blazo that complotoly
destroyod tho building. It Was a
splendidly cquippod plant, and
tho logs is plaood at ovor $5000.
Tuejcnuso of tho firo is not do
finitely fixed, as whon discovored
by the night operator at tho Frisoo
depot, it was n mass of llamos.
However, soveral tramps woro
seen about tho ploco oarly in tho
ovoning and it ia thought possible
or ovon probablo that tho firo is
tho result or thoir touanoy of tho
Two ootton sood housos woro
savod by tho prompt and officiont
work of tho firo-figlnors and tho
ongino and boilor, located in tho
woot ond of tho gin building, woro
in a monsuro saved. Outsido of a
fow moltod bushings tho ongino is
said to bo in fair condition, whilo
the boiler, with a fow ropairs,
may again bo ueod. -
Tho gin was shut down about
throo woeka ago, for tho soason,
and tho ownor, A. D. Brown, ro.
turned nt that time to his home in
Anadarko.' Tho gin stands and
othor machinory of tho gin pro
per, aro a total loss.
V can furnish nil nihnrmVnn. KXnn.Qhln KUnF aah u:u
Uur supply of thoso tires is limitod, bo wo adviso oarly
ordoring. Romombor thoy aro now, clean, fresh, fully guar,
anteod goods. All high grude goodB that will givi best
Tormsj 5 por cont discount if full amount aooompanics .'ordor.
C. O. v. upon recoipt of IO.'per cont of cost Prompt ship
ments. Monoyjroturnod if unablo to fill ordor. Send us a
Tire Factory Sales Co.
The First t National Bank
Anarlnrlrn . CapitaCand?Surplus!!60.00O.00,
i t 1 o Wo hnvo double tho capltai;;and surplus of
UK13110I113J any other hank In Anadarko. ,J .
a f Wo havo no excessive loans, no bills pava
ble or rediscounts.
No officer or director of this bank owes ft a
We solicit your luslnesj, whether largo or
T. F, Woodnrd. President. LIE. cox, Cashier.
L. W. Myeis, Vice-Presiuout. R. B. Pojwjoy, Ass't Cashier
III IIMIHIIIIIIIII lllll IIIMWMaBWMHWM
. Pie Social
Thoro will a pio social at tho
Jack sohool houso Thursday night
Feb. 19th. A program will bo rou
dorod and n good timo. Corao
with a big fat pio ladias nnd
gontlcraon como aud holp oat it.
Ono mile south and ono milooast
Tho Third Mouday Sales, hold
horo today was largoly attended.
A largo amount of horsos,
cattle, housohold goods and in
fact ovorything imaginable, was
put up and sold.
That thoso sales are fast be
coming more popular with the
public is ovidont by tho orowds
of farmors that woro hore today.
It gives tho public a clianco to
disposo of artiolos at a good nrico
aud nt vory littlo oxponso.
Tho First Baptist churoh of
Anndirko closed theii mooting
wuu moirarm of tho ohurch at
tho Koaoh Bohool houso lust night
isiblo results, 11 additions, 25
by baptism. Tho community vmis
awakened along roligious and civ-
10 rigiiteounoss as novor boforo.
Rev. P. F. Ilaicion. miosiouarv
of Caddo county Association was
with us throughout tho mootimr
and provod himsolf to bo God'h
man m tho right plaoo.
M. E. Junior
Miss Ada Blankenship ontor-
tortainod tho Junior Loaguo of
tho M. E. Church South, Satur
day ovoning. A largo numbor
Valontinos woro mailed thoro
tho postage going to tho Loaguo.
Allen Molton of Oomont, wub in
Anadarko Monday. Wo under
stand thoro is aonsidernblo talk of
Mr. Molton bocomiug n candidato
W. B. Stopheusof tho Ft Cobb
Rocord, spont Sunday with homo
fplks. Frank Peoples of Aldan, was
in tho city, Monday, on business.
Mr. Boys ot Carnogio, was a
busiuoss visitor in Anadarko,
DIO NOT SELL
Rumors woro afloat that Ham
mort & Ayors had sold thoir otook
of grocorios with intont of rotir
ing from businoss, but a ropros
ontativo of tho Domooratoalled on
thorn and was informed that tho
doai failod to go through and thoy
will romain in business at tho
samo old stand.
Primary Grade -
Tuos. Feb. 24th, p. m. Mtsa
Roll Call. Sohool Nowa.
How toSeouro tho Boat Rosulto
in Penmanship. Miss Franz.
Nature Study, buggostions for
March, April and May. Miss Good
Toaohing Fraotions Illustratod
Discussion, Mrs. Alice Cleve
land. Langungo, Suggestions for
Socond, Third and Fourth Gradot
Wantod 300 foot 1 or Ifc inoh,
socond hand goo pipo. Westor Bros
Anadarko, O kla
Dan Porry, of Carnogio, spont
Monday in Anadarko,
T. E. Rowland, Prosidont
W. L. Mooro, Vice ProBidont
O, O. Nathan, Soorotary
W. P. Hudson, Troasuror
Oklahoma Real Estate 5 Loan Co.
Insurance, Rentals. Trades. Plenty
Money to Loan on First Class
ANADARFO, OKLA. ;j
Rear of National Bank
Ballard and Iborto, who will
appear in hfgh-class audovillo
at tho Nusho tonight.
For Sale Good gentle
driving horse. Inquire at Cres
Fifth Number of Lyceum Cou
Tho' famous Kolfogg-IIainos Singing Patty will presont a mu ioal program
of 6oloollons from grand opora and popular soleotions at tho
HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM
Friday Night, February 20th
"" Thoro aro iivo mombors in tho party, Jand tho presont mixod quartots, 'malo
trins and solos. Ono mombor of tho party. William Jamos Broach is a monologist
of oxcoptional ability.
A fow of tho selootions from whioh tho program is mado up'aro
The Bohemian (1 rl The Chinese Honeymoon Penelope
The Milk Maid Lovely Gaicrea Dolly Varden Martha
The Singing Master The Songs of the Sixties
This attraotions is fully guaranteed. In tho ovout that you aro not satisfied
with it your monoy will bo rofunded at tho door.
SINGLE ADMISSIONS, sOc.
Seat Reservation at Stephenson's
Wednesday, February 18, 9 a. m.