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ET YOUR ICE CREAM AT EARHEARTS.
ANADARKO. CADDO CO., OKX.A., MAR. 21. 100a.
NO. 177 g
WHERE WILL HE LAND?
1 now Swimming in Mid Stream,
an tlic Citizens Club Rnft.
CAN'T BACK OUT,
Land Snfoly on the Shore of Hither
Republicanism or Democracy.
The Timos man continually
rps about" past records." If
!b wise, ho will say vory littlo
out such as this, for tho pcoplo
xo an idea of thoir own in ro-
trd to this past rocord business.
ick's rocord, in tho political fiold
Anadarko, for trickery, insta-
lity and cunning, surpasses
at of any candidate on any ono
the three tickots. In com-
onting upon tho chances for
oction of ono of tho democratic
indidates, lie says, "thoro'o is
telling what some men well
" Tho people of Anadarko
rmed this opioions long ago in
gard to Nick. When ho camo
anadarko, ho was somothing
tho order of a nondescript, then
b thought ho saw a chanco to
it tho county printing, so ho
amo out Democratic, lost ouc,
ent Republican by a majority
about GO, (?)lostoutugain, and
Dv assails ootn parties, alter
jout six months scheming in
ich one, and now advocates
io Citizen's movement as a last
sort. While tho people are not
irticularly interested in him,
hey have a natural curiosity to
arn what ho will advocate next,
r, "there is no toning wnai
rnio men will do."
Jamoa F. Brown of west Main
. leaves this week for Kansas,
liero ho has accepted a position
take charge of a farm.
A Beautiful Window.
Hoffman has fitted up ono of
tho proltiost show windows to bo
found in tho city. Every ono
that pamoa by stops to admire tho
littlo boy fishing in tho brook,
Tho groon grass, tho moss cover
ed rocks, and tho difforonfc vaa
riotios of summer drinks advor
tisod in tho window mt ke it vory
Tomorrow at the Christnm Church.
Sunday school at 10 o'clock a.
m. Proaohing morning and ov
oning. Morning subject "Christ's
ostimato of tho church" ovoning
subject "A Groat and Sharp Con
flict." Good singing, all invit
ed to attend.
L. B. Grogan, tho pastor will
also preach at tho River Sido
school at 3 o'clock p. m.
With W. H. Divers, Frank
Hofloy, Randall Livosay and
C. V. Liming in office, lawless
ness will coago, and tho present
business depression in our city
will give away, to public improve
ments of every kind, people,
with monoy will have confidence
in our officors and will not hesi
tate to invest thoir monoy hero.
What Anadarko needs now
is a business administration, this
tho Democrats will give the city.
Tho people are acquainted with
all tho nominees, they are busi
ness men, in whom wo all have
confidence. Tho cowardly at
tack that is being mado on Div
ors, causes tho better element to
flock to him. Thoro is not an
honest, progressive, business
man in our city but what is proud
of him as a citizon. Ho does not
belong to any man, or set of men,
ho is broad gauged, level headed,
consorativo, and will do more for
Anadarko during tho next two
year's, than either of his op
ponents, for mayor, vote for
A mnrcli Squall.
Hon. Dyke Ballingcr and wife
aro tho proud parents of a fine
nino pound boy, which arrived
today, March 21. Wo wolcomo
young Mr. Ballingor to our city,
although wo aro rolinbly inform
ed that in politics ho is straight
republican, anu tho indications
aro that ho will bo as good nn
orator as tho Hon. Dyko. At
least, hohasa remarkably good
Three strikes and out.
Tho present xliticnl campaign
will put Nick out for good. It
will bo his third strike. In his
short, ohookcred career he struck
out of tho Democrat party or
rathor was kicked out. Then
tho Ropublicans kicked him out.
And now tho Citizens sny ho is
hurting their campaign. Ono
thing sure Nick ia entirely too
crooked to ever gel straight.
"Niok" is trying to got somo
ono to notice him by saying somo
ugly things about J. G. Gallagher.
A man can got no bottor recom
mendation than that of having
"Nick" against him. L. E.
Lango tho citizens oandidato for
city attorney says ho has known
Gallagher for years and that ho
is a gentleman. Tho peoplo here
havo tried Mr. Gallaghorand find
him to bo a high minded, honor
able, conscientious oflicer and
citizon. But every body knows
Gallagher and knows ho is all
right, or else "Nick" would not
bo opposed to him. "Peoplo who
live in glass houses should not
throw stonos." Take tho hint
"Nick" for wo dont want to in
dulge in mud slinging, but rest
assured we nre ready for you.
Struck by lightening.
During tho storm Thursday
night, lightening struck a barn
belonging to Amos Crippin, of
Ft. Cobb, causing quito a blaze,
which was quickly extinguished
by tho members of tho Woodmen
lodge, who woro just coming out
of their hall. Tho lightening
followed tho .wire- -olobhos lino
from tho barn to tho house,
slightly damaging tho sido of tho
house. Tho cat was evidently
lying on the bed, as tho hair was
tukon off its back, clean as u
razor could hayo done.
Pounding at the A. 12. Pursoungc.
Tuesday evening of this wook
about a hundred and fifty por
sons oallod at the M. 12. par
sonage, each of whom loft a
tokon of appreciation. An en
joyablo time and good music.
Tho Anadarko Band doeorvos
much credit for tho beautiful
music rendored by thorn.
rcey. LiiHio anu tnmily vory
muoh appreciate tho high esteem
in which they aro hold by
thoir church people, and tho cit
izens of Anadarko.
Services at A. tj. church.
Tho Presiding Elder, Rov J. F.
Palmor, will hold Quarterly Con
ference Saturday evening at 7 :30
and will proach Sabbath morn
ing at 11 o'clock. In tho ovon
ing the pastor, Rov. Lillio will
Sabbath School 0:30. a. m.
Junior Loaguo 0:30 v. M.
You aro cordially invited to at
tend theso sorvices.
Vr ha plenty of money to take care of all desira
ble farm loans. Will look aflor tho final proof and ,
furnish the monoy for finul certificate. Long term
loans with partial payment privologo after one year.
Annual interest payable on tho first day of any month
in tho year you may soleot. Principal and interest
payable at your own bank.
piAJM & piatm.
4 doors oast of Post Offioo, Anadarko, Oklii.
WHITLOCK & CLEVELAND
Flouh ancl Feed
The largest flour and feed store in Coddo county
Wholesale or retail at lowest cash price
All persons having any soda
pop bottles bolonging to tho An
adarko Bottling works,will ploaso
return them to lot 9, block 12, or
phono 161. ' ' ' 171ff
Tho Gorman Bonovlont Sooioty
will givo thoir 1st annual May
picnic Sunday, May 3rd. Pro
gram will appear later.
Store, 1st door west
of National Bsunk
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We have been for the last 3 months picking over manufacturers samples and selecting the choicest amongst them. W
;acked the Eastern markets from St. Louis to New York and Philadelphia with the aim to gather a stock of merchandi
enrino- wpnr 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 REA.DY FOR YOU, with a selection of wearables that will please the most
fastidious, and at prices to suit the most economical mind.
Wo shoy tho newest effects in Spring woolens, such as Et
amin Vorles, Flako Novelties, Mahares, etc. In
Tho now things in Domestic and Imported : Madras oloths,
Silk Tissues, Morcorizod Novelties, Courtraio Linen Batista,
Faticy wash Grenadines.
Ready To Wear Department.
You will find all novolty fabrics mado into
Shirt Waists '
Prices ranging from
50c to $5.00.
New Silk Skirts .
Of tho latest stylo and trimming both in Taffota PoiDoSoio
made by the- famous Philadelphia Suit Company. Prices
r""g0 $7.50 to $25.00
New Wool Skirts
Of tho Banner Brand make whoso productions uro uo
knowlcdod to load the procossion in the threo essentials, fit
style and quality, prices
$3.50 to $9.50.
Our Clothing Room
Nothing but Standard Brands
and Union Mado Goods in this
Our clothing room is our es
pecial pride. For qur 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
We havo all tho now weaves
and fancy mixtures, that will bo
all the rage in Spring suitings.
They aro ontiroly difforont
from last year, so wo want you to
come in and post yoursolf onput
torns and stylos.
Four reasons why you should
buy our clothing:
3rd. They havo stylo. '
4th. They aro worth the money
Our Childrons Department is
full to overflowing. Over ono
thousand suits to pick from. If
you cant find v suit for tho'imall
boy, you suroly will bo hard to
wash, thoywear. That oasy fooling goes
with ono of those shirts. Wo havo cheaper grades that luvvo
a hoap'o stylo in 'em, and oh, tho quality I Como and see
for yoursolf. Pricos will not mako you gasp either. 50c, 75e
If it comos from tho Fair it is good.
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Ours is tho largest stock of Shoes in tho city. Wo show tho
newest patterns that the eastern factories havo gotten out.
Every distinct stylo of tho Queen Quality and Clover Brand
shoe, slippor and Oxford aro on our sholvos in all sizos and
Lasts B to E. Wo want your patronage and will giyo you all
that monoy and good workmanship can put in a shoo. Wo
havo added a
They fit, they
In ohargo of Miss Barksdalo, a thoroughly exporionood
trimmer from St. Louis. Wo aro showing a full lino of streot
hate now. Will havo our formal opening later, watoh for
Wo would like to call your attontion to our
Usonia Brand Hosiery
It is perfectly fust color and suporiorto any woaringquuttty.
Sod tho now patterns wo aro showing this spring in Laco
woavo affects, from
Tho nowost in Silk Clookod fancies, at 1
35c to $1.00
Satisfaction Guaranteed 'or
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Satisfaction Guaranteed or