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w '. 'A y-'. c' V. 4 I VOLUME XIII ANADARKO. OKLAHOMA TUESDAY. Al-XRCH 3 19U NO. 108 J..a-:aj7j The Wanted A refined woman, as ft companion and heip in oare of oaby 5 months old. Good homo ind pay to the right party. Must tavo had experience with baby. Mrs. Ohnuncey Rhodes Phone 293. Lost A 7 months old colt, rod and white. Strayed from my residence Sunday morning. 1, W, Wright, Anadarko. Good Win. Knaba Piano for salo or trade. W. P. Hudson. W JUM tlllVHIl I a m as i t v a nnrvvir 1 A 1 1Y1ALJAM jyii i no Three doors west of A. B. C. Store f I New Spring Milinery is J Also new samples from Buckley Bros. J Madam Smith will continue S dressmaking through1 the summer g$ fgjn season. w LAST NUMBER OF Anadarko Lyceum Course Rogers-Grilley ENTERTAINERS At the High School Auditorium, Wednesday Night, March 4th Thoso entertainers will rondor Classical and Popular Soleotions on tho Harp and ohnraoter impersonations and readings. Tho oommitto guarnntoos this numbor to bo a Top Notoh Entortainmont. Single Admission 50c Seat iosorvationa nt Stophonson's on and aftor Tuesday, March 3, i) n. m. Pioneer Drug Store Is Located 4 doors west of Postoffice ANADARKO, OKLA. and are carrying a full line of Wall Peeper Paints, Varnishes and Glass House Cleaning:" ,t,mr .iB ar and W.Q T 5 looking for you, tn to make your tolcction of wall pupor and othor necessities. Our wall paper lino is complete plain and iigurod oat moalajwith fancy out out bordors, varnish tilo, stripod andkfiguied, designs, in fact a good assortment of all kinds. Also can recommend good responsible workman to do yoifr work. We bought this wall paper at alow fig ure and will give you the benefit of it. Complete Line of Drugs and Patent Medicine Karl Douglass Drug Go. BAR ASSOCIA TION BANQUET -.-1 On tho ovoning of Fob. 2S, tho Bar Association of Caddo county tendered a bnnquot and rocoption at tho Bryau IK tol in honor of Hou. J. T. Johi.son, of Lawton, District Judgo in tho Fiftoonth Judicial District id which Caddo county is included. Whilo tho banquet and rccopf. ion wero primarily in honor of Judgo Johnson, his assooiato Judgo Frank AI. Bailoy. of Chiok aBha, was invited to bo present and both woarors of (tho judicial toga woro tho rocopionts of sin. ccro expressions of gratification from tho Bar for the hard, faith ful and oonsoiontious work dono on tho bonch and lilting tributes woro paid to them for their ilegal honesty and integrity iv oflico. With decidely moro hasto than tho mombors of tho legal fratorn- ity aro acoustomod to uso in tho transaction of thoir daily affairs thoy woro all on timo when tho ovouit g's onjoyment was about to begin. Whothor tho prnsonoe of thoir wivos had anything to do with thoir promptness, is not definitely known but vaguoly suspioionod and timidly denied. Tho baoholor mombors of tho Bar in a spirit of enviable indopand- once, woro tho only onos who did not havo to mark timo or too tho mark. Aftor passing through tho ploaaant formality of mooting all tho ladios proaont, tho guost left tho hotol parlors and marohod in tho diroction of tho punoh bowl, whoro each was pormittod to im bibo freoly, assuranoos having been mado by croditablo raombirs of tho Bar shat tho liquid was harmloss. From hero tho guests procoododto tho dining room and oaoh took a seat around tho foa tivo board. Tho raonu consisted of ovoiything from oyster cook. tail to mintf, with oelory, olives, roast turkoy with dressing, wal dorf salad, ice cream, cuko and numerous other dolicaoies in bo tweon. Beautiful carnations adorn od tho noatly prepared table and wator wub tho oflicoial bovorago J adopted by tho Bar. At the oonclusiou of tho ''oats Atty. W. H. Morgan, tho fortu- nato choico for Toastraastor atart od that part of tho program which proved to bo the climax of ths ovonings ontortainniontbyolevor ly and humorously outlining tho purpose of the banquot and in a p inted, and yot i.ioffensivo man ner, instilled fear in tho hoarts of tho judges proBont by stating that thoy would now hoar from tho Bar what it thinks of tho Bonoh. Diosapointing no ono ami in strict compliance with the Brrongest assertions of his friends as to his ability as an orator and after dinnor speakoi, Atty. Cso disoussod tho subjoct, Tho Bench. If all tho humorous expressions, bittor sarcasms, lofty ideas and doop thought woro to bo horo the wholo Bpoooh would havo to bo roported verbatim. His roforonco to Judgo Johnson as ono 'bonoh," to Judgo Bailoy as another "bench" and to Judge flumo, of tho County court as "another littlo bonoh," is ono of tho many jowols that sparklo in his roally brilliant toast. But tho bonoh was not to bo outshined, for Judgo Bailoy in ro. sponso to Attornoy Caso's presen tation of tho Bar's resolution on dorsing tho nomination of tho distinguished jurist for Supromo Court Justico, ropliod in eloquent nnrl Inornnrl fltvln vnlnHnrvn rlnfin. .... j w.....b.. Mun ition of tho Bar as being "that which is leftover after the cream nas ooeti takoi from it to make I tno nenoli, and thinking the Bar Association for tho beautiful aontitnents contained in tho resolutions presented to him. Aftor a splendid vocal solo by Mrs.1 1. L. Lawrence, which was grootod by an outburst of oatluiBinstio applause, Hon. Thoo Pruott took up his toast. TLo DEEDS FILED Deeds was iiod for rooord Tuesday, coiuBying any interest tho grantor might havo to tho townsjte of Oarnogio to the varioi.s land owner of tho town aed signed by To go to yah or Harry Kotnalty. '1 ho doed was roqulrod by tho government in Law's Delay, in which ho pointed or(10r to corroot the title to tho out Uiat the subjecl should hno Camogio townsito. It will bo ro. bott assigned to A4 ty. CnrswollV) iborod that some time ago. wuom it bolonas bv "Hint of .pootio uite auoii itlio variouo 2 J Engagement and Wedding Rings discovery and undisputed possess. ion." flo also pointed out some salutary ohanjfos in the roforni of tho oode p.ocedure. Atty, 1. U. Livemy respondod to the toast, PursuitVjf Happinuss and tho audience puruud him attentively from beginning to tho ond, and wero dolighted in the pursuit through which thoy wero load by tho eloquout orator. This was folio wod by an Instrumental Solo by Mrs. Ida Mitoholl, which was very ably oxooutod, and npprcciativoly reooivod. Hero tho toastmastcr intruded Hon. Dyde Bnllingor to rospond to tho toast, Our Wivos, by conceding that the spoakor vould undoubtedly bo oompotont to discuss his own wifo but oxprossod ourpriso ovor any ono possosding knowledge to speak about "Our Wives." Atty. Ballingor paid a glowiug tributo to womanhood in general, and necossarily, to "our wives" in particular by pointing out that ovory movement exhibits tho inprint of influonco of mothors wives and othor good women. Aftor another splendid 3olo by Mrs. W. W. Starkweather, which v as ably" sung and particularly commontod on by tho Toast master for its appropridtoness to tho occasion. Atty. L. E. i MoNight spoko on "Our Guoat,". Judgo Johnson, in which ho paid a fitting and deservod tributo to tho legal ability of tho jurist, to his untiring efforts of service on the bonoh, to his patiout oonsidor. ation for tho Bar. and oxpressod the oarnest wish in bohalf of all for his sucoess at the coming election and further ho hopod that tho ploasuro of havmg uib pres.. oncoon tho bonoh ot this county bo uninterrupted. A rosolution I smbodying thoso sontimonta waaj presontod to him by tho Jspoakor. Touohotl by tlio sincerity ot tno thought oxprossod, Judgo Johnson rapliod with well chooson words of sincere appreciation, rolatod his ploasuro that his work was satis! faotory to tho Bar.to whioh ho had como as a stranger and on whioh ho was thrust, as it woro, by anaot of logislaturo, pointod out that his sorvioo had not boon marrod by auv unnlonsantnoss, cntortainod tho ilosiroto ronderfurthorBervico to tho public and, for hhnsolf and for his kind wifo who as n guost, sat by his sido, thanked tho Bar Association for tho honor paid him. property awnors of that town for somothiug like ono third interott in tho original townsito, claiming titlo undor a deed given him byjn Lparty claiming to bo Ji common law heir of the original allottee of the land on whioh tho townsite of Curnogio is luoatod. "GET THE GIRL" J Alrs.c. Oolko rocoived a telogram Irom Syracuse iob. announcing the doath of horsistor Mrs. Juke Melohor. I Have Ihc Rings lor all 0cca sions, especially for engage ments and weddings. Brewer's Jewelry & Opti cal Store Opposite PostoIHce Tires! Tires! Tires Buy Your Tires Direct at Lowest Prices By buying andjeontraoting diroot from tho factories' for tires in targo quantitios for spot oash, wo aro ablo to offer them at a groat money saving prioo direct tc tho oousumor. A saving of from 35 to GO par cent. Whon you buy tires from us you get full value,"you don't havo to pay the doalor's profit, tho distributor's profit, sales mon commission and othor high Boiling and overhead ox ponses. We soil tires diroot to consumer at jobbers prices and you got big valuos and oxaotly what you pay for. Shrewd auto ownors composo our oustomors among- them aro bankers, merohr.uts, lawyers, dootors, planters and men in all lines who know values ond roalizo the advantage of buying diroot. During ths past dull wintor autoraobilo months we scoured soino oxcollont deals from tho taotorieo nnd now offer our purchases at tho following pricos : Among our Urea aro Diamond, Goodyear, Quaker, - Nuosau, Empire, Fisk and orhera of equal quality. All Tiros.GuarantoodlFully. Noto Those Prices Carefully Tuboa Sizo Tiro Groy Rod Rolinor 28x0 $7.20 $1.65 l.0O $1.85 30x3 7.80 1.95 2.20 1.40 30x3 1-2 10.80 2.80 3.10 1.90 81x31-2 11.00 2.00 3.20 1.95 32x31-2 lUM) 2.95 3.25 2 00 34x81-2 12.10 3.00 3.S0 2.05 80x4 12.10 3.10 3.40 2.80 31x4 13.45 3.20 0.60 2.35 32x4 13.70 3.85 3.80 2.40 83x4 14.80 3.50 3.90 2.45 31x4 10.80 3. GO 4.00 2. GO 4osl 17.25 3.75 4.20 2.70 3G.vL 17.85 3.90 4.25 2.80 84x41-2 18.00 4.80 5.10 3.40 35x1 1-2 18.75 4.85 5.20 4.45 80x4 1.2 19.42 4.90 5.30 3.60 87x41-2 2L50 5.10 5.40 3.70 80x3 23.00 5.80 0.20 4.00 87s 5 21.40 5.90 6.35 4.20 ij W can furnish allfotlior'si.oa. Non-Skin 10 per cent higher Our supply of thoso tiros is limited, so wo adviso oarly ordering. Romombor thoy aro now, oloan, fresh, .fully guar, anteod goods. M AH high-grade "goods that will giv best sorvioo. "5 Tortus: 5 por cont disoo'int if full amount aocorapanies.'ordor. C. O. L. upon rucoipt of IOJpor cent of oost. Prompt Tship monts. Jtonoy roturtiod if unablo to fill ordor. Send us a trial orjornow Tire Factory Sales Co. Dayton, Ohio SOCIAL UNION Tho Lndio3 Social I'niou will! moot Wodnesday aftoruoon at tno' home of Mrs. John Pfafl, Sr.. at j 8:30, This is tho annual mooting at' which ollicors urs olootod. A full attondonoo is desirod. The First National Bank Anadarko CaPital and surplus $60,000.00 Oklahoma Dr. King's New Discovery kill ntt uuuun. u nts nit luikus. T. L. Wo havo double tho capital and! suruius of any other bank In Anadarko. Wo have no excessivo loans, no bills !pava- ble or rediscounts. No officer or director of this bank owes ft?a dollar. Wo solicit your buslnoss, whether largo'or small, P. Woodartl, President. I.B. Cox, Cashier. W. Myers, Vlco-Prcsipent. R. B.lPopejoy, Ass't Cashier LAST GAME OF SEASON Mountain View vs. Anadarko At Basket Ball Hall Saturday Night, Feb. 6 .