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Irr YOUR ICE CREAM AT EARHEARTS.
ANADAHKO. CADDO CO., OKL.A., MAIL 1H, 100J3.
armor's Arc Very Anxious For a
ining Factory to Be Located In
nadarko. Who Will Make the
md the Button items tins
r and von will see what our
liers think of tho canning fac-
1 proposition . Almost daily we
tho same expressions in ro-
l to this mattor, in which tho
iers are deeply intoroatod.
lis part of Oklahoma, reg
ies of all kinds can be grown
little trouble, and tho farm
aturally wants a homo mar
for thorn. Ho is willing to
t a largo acreage, but ho
Id like tho assurance that
o is at loast a possibility of a
liing factory being in readi-
) to take care of his products.
farmers of Caddo Co. do
d such an institution, and as
ill undoubtedly be a paying
stmont, one will bo estab-
jd for them some whero in
county, and tho county
. is tho proper location for it,
t is easily accessiblo from all
is of tho country. Lot us not
w ono of tho small country
ns to get ahead of us in this
Items From button.
rs. L. W. Frain and son O.
attended to business in Minco
rs. Vm. Curlew has been
to ill recently.
Ir. and Mrs. Sid Britton's in-
t is better after having been
hero are being hundreds of
es ot oats soweu in our mi
liar vicinity. Gardens are
ng planted and hens and incu-
ers are ueing '"sec. in a
few more montliB wo will bo on
joying all tho delicacies of Bum
mer time on tho farm.
Mrs. Britton, of Lahoma, and
Hill Britton and family of Alva
rotta, roturned to thoir homo
Monday after a visit of threo
weeks among relatives hero.
Mrs. Ilurned accompanied thorn
Wo spoke once boforo of tho
amount of money that could bo
kopt in Caddo county by having
a canning factory at Anadarko to
uso tho vegetables that would
otherwise co to waste. Wo don't
want to tiro those who are patient
enough to read our locals but tho
need of a canning factory is so
pressing that wo will montion it
again. Wo are glad to know tho
question is being agitated and
hopo it will bo decided immedi
ately, for thero aro hundrods of
farmers that could and would
raiso immense quantities of things
a cannory would uso if thoy just
know there would bo a market
for thorn. A canning factory is
Iho only way to create a market
for them becauso freight rates
aro so high on perishablo goods
that thoy can't bo shipped out
successfully and Caddo county
can not only raiso as much as
hor people would consume, but
can ship out canned goods and
bring money into tho county in
stead of buying goods put up in
the north and oast. Figures and
statistics aro tiresome or wo could
erivo somo that might bo a sur
prise to somo as to mo amount
spont for canned goods in other
states and consumed by our peo
ple, in which caso wo notonlypay
for tho vegetables but high freight
It was thoroughly demonstrated
last summer that tho vegetables
raised hero are equal in quality
to tho best. Lot tho farmers
know at onco that thoro will beo
cannine factory in Anadarko in
time to handle their vegetables
this summer and thoy will buy
all tho garden seed tho merchants
havo on hand in a week.
RIVERS ARE STILL RAGING.
Break in Leveo Threo Quarters of a
Mile Wiilo Cause n Raging
On the evening of March 10,
tho St. Francis lovoo gave way
at Trice's Landing, Ark., about
20 miles north of Momphis Tonn.
Tho pont-up wators rushed
through with a roar that could bo
hoard for miles. Tho situation
is oxtremoly critical,as thoro aro
indications of a still greator rise
in tho Mississippi.
Valuable bottom farms aro in
undated, and considerable loss of
livo-stock is ropm-tod, and it is
stated that several persons havo
lost thoir livoswhilo trying to os
capo from tho flood. Thoso who
were uneasy during tho high
wators at this place last spring,
may havo somo idea of (ho agony
of terror endured by tho
peoplo rosiding whore an om
bankmont is in hourly danger of
giving way, releasing a torront
of water which would swoop
everything boforo it.
Tho water whioh has escap
ed through tho break in tho loveo
near Memphis has already form
ed a huge lake, many miles wido,
with tho wators still rushing
through tho crovasso. Tho situ
ation in tho south is moro serious
than it has boon for years.
Tho Domocrnt is Appreciated.
This office is in receipt of a
lottor from Mayor Edwards, who,
with his wifo and two soiib, is
visiting in California. Ho in
forms us that the arrival of the
weokly dbmocrat ie hailed with
joy by tho family., on account of
tho groat amount of homo news
which it contains, wnicli miikos it
doubly interesting to thoso who
aro in a distant state, and hun
gry for, all tho little details of af
fairs in thoir home town.
(lillcttc at HI Rono. ,
El Rono, Okla., Maroh 17. -r
Judgo Frank E. Gillotto of tho
seventh judicial district is hero
today looking after his fino farm
on tho North Canadian river and
alsd trying to find out how much
of a donation the St. Louis, El
Rono & Southwestern railroad is
willing to givo him for cutting up
ono of tho vory best farms in
Oklahoma. It was thought by
some that tho judgo would do
nato sovoral acres of his farm to
holp build up El Reno, but it
seems such is not tho case.
We have plenty of money to take care of all deelra-'
bio farm loans. Will look after the final proof and
furnish the money for final certificate. Long term
loans with partial payment privoloco after ono yoar.
Annual interest payable on tho first day of any month
in tho year you may soloot. Principal and interest
payable at your own bank.
PLUM & 1?Xj TBI.
4 doors oast of Post Office, Anadarko, Okla.
A son was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Crvillq Green, who live 8
miles northwdsD" 'of'towrf, laBb
night, March 17.
Mrs. Hattio D Rose of Vordon,
is visiting Dr. Bertha Campboll,
of this city and will remain dur
ing tho W. C. T. U. convention.
Closing 61 J ack's School
A high class ontortainmont
will bo rendered at Jack's school
house Saturday night March 21.
Tho program consists of marches,
drills, declamations, songs, di
alogues and tabloux. Tho peo
plo of Anadarko aro cordially
invited. School house is ono
milo south and three-fourths
milo east of eaBt boundry. Ad
mission free. 8 p. m.
Bt D. Barnott, teacher
gt WHITLOCK & CLEVELAND J3
PI our- and Feed
The largest flour and feed store in Coddo county
Wholesale or retail at lowest cash price
Caddo Co. Convention.
Tho county convention o the
W. C. T. U. is boing hold at
this place today and tomorrow.
Quito a number of ladies from
neighboring towns will bo presont,
an especially interesting pro
gram will bo rendered.
Store, 1st door west
of National Bsoik
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We have been for the last 3 months picking over manufacturers samples and selecting the choicest amongst them. We have
ransacked the Eastern markets from St. Louis to New York and Philadelphia with the aim to gather a stock of merchandise for
spring wear that should be second to none in Oklahoma. We have been receiving, opening and placing these goods for the last 3
weeks and we can truthfully say that WE ARE READY FOR YOU, with a selection of wearables that will please the most
fastidious, and at prices to suit the most economical mind.
Wo show tho newost effects in Spring woolens, suoh as Et
amin Vorles, Flake Novelties, Mahares, etc. In
The new things in Domestic and Imported : Madras cloths,
3ilk Tissues, Mercorizod Novoltios, Courtraio Linon Batisto,
Fancy wash Gronadinoe.
Ready To Wear Department
You will find all novelty fabrios made into
Prices ranging from
50c to $5.00
New Silk Skirts
Of the latest stylo and trimming both in Taffeta Poi Do Soio
made by th nmous Philadelphia Suit Company. Prices
- ranB $7.50 to $2500
New Wool Skirts
Of the Banner Brand mako whoso productions aro ac
knowlodod to load tho procession in tho threo essentials! fit
stylo and quality, prices
$3.50 to $9.50.
Our Clothing Room
Nothing but Standard Brands
and Union Made Goods in this
Our clothing room is our es
pecial pride. For our customers
always go out satisfied and suit
ed. Our Spring linos aro now in
and wo consider it tho best lino of
clothing wo havo over shown in
Wo have all tho now weaves
and fancy mixture, that will be
all tho rage in Spring suitings.
Thoy are ontfroly different
from last yoar, so we want you to
come in and post yourself on pat
terns and stylos.
Four reasons why you should
buy our clothing:
1st, They fit.
2nd. They woar.
3rd. They have stylo.
4th. Thoy are worth the money
Our Childrons Department is
lull to 'overflowing. Over ono
thousand suits to piok from. If
you cant find a suit for iho small
boy, you suroly will bo hard to
Thy fit, they wash, thoy woar. That easy fooling goes
with ono of thoso shirts. Wo havo cheaper grades that havo
a hoapjo' stylo in 'em, and oh, tho quality 1 Como and see
for yourself. Prices will not mako you gasp oither. 50c, 75e
If it comes from tho Fair it is good.
Ours is tho largest stock of Shoos in tho oity. Wo show tho
newest pattorns that tho oastorn faclorios havp gotton out.
Kvory distinot stylo of tho Quoon Quality and Clovor Brand
shoo, slipper and Oxford aro on our sholvoa in all Bizoa and
Lasts B to E. Wo want your patronage and will givo you all
that money and good workmanship can put in a shoo. We
havo udded a
In charge of Miss Barksdnlo, a thoroughly experienced
trimmer from St. LouiB. Wo aro showing a full line of streot
hate now. Will have our formal opening later, waloh for
We would like to call your attontion to our
Usonia Brand Hosiery
It ie perfectly fast color and suporiorto any wearingquality.
S09 tho now patterns wo are showing this spring in Laos
woavo oifoots, from
Tho newost in Silk Clocked fancies, at
35c to $I.O0
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