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"Adventures of Kathlyn No. 2" aJ the Brokdwa.y Theatre Tonight
The Daily Democrat
ANADARKO. OKLAHOMA, FRIDAVJ MARCH 27 1914
AT MADAM SMITH'S
Three doors west of A.JB. C. Stoie
New Spring Milinery
Also new samples from Buckley Bros.
Madam Smith will continue
S dressmaking through the summer -$
Don't worry with Saturday br.!. I
ing. Come down to tho Christian
Lmdios cooked foodsaloat Ecclc-s-ton
i: Coggins Saturday at lOn.'n.
You will find oakos, pies, dough
nuts, salads, baked bonus, dressod
chickon, country butter, frosh
oggs, cream, cottage otiooso Jand
lioino mnde candy.
E. 0. MoWilliama ono of tho
loading merchants of Hiriton, was
in tho city Friday.
BREWER'S Jowolry Houso.
Tho Homo of quality and sonuiblo
antod Traveler: Ago 27 to
50. Exporionce unnecessary. Sal
ary nllowanco to right man. J. E.
E. W. Parker u prosperous far
mer of tho Bingor neighborhood
was ia town Friday,
J. T, Crawford of Boono Town
ship was in town Friday
The School Board had a meet
ing last night. Marvin Bristo-v,
Attorney tor tho bondsmou of
Jaok Mooro mado tho board a
proposition to piy $2,000.00 cash'
now and tho balance some time
this Jail. Tho proposition was
tabled. A moiton was mado and
oarriod that a committoo of three
bo appointed to soouro tho sorvices
of A. J. Morris as attornoy for
tlio board and liavo Mr. Morris to
bo present at tho next mooting of
Tho vacancy in tho first ward
was filled by tho appointment of
Mr. Rittor and T. L. WoodrulF
was appointod to fill M.ho vacanoy
in tho fourth ward and Ralph
Clovolaud in tho fifth ward.
Aftor transacting other busi
ness the Board adjournod.
ThoPhiloinathio club will meet
Tuesday Maroh, 31, with Mrs.
Boit Dixon instead of Mrs. Baker
M. M, EM
Tho M, M. Embroidery club
enjoyed in unusually pleasant
rcoeting Tuesday aftornoon with
Tho iuolemont weather provont
od soveral members from altond
iug, but those who bravod tho
storm forgot about tho outsido
disturbances as noon as they had
joined the oirclo of busy workors.
After an hoi r of industrious
application ol work was oast
aside and the Merry Matrons par
took of dainty and dobciouB ro.
freshmout. sandwiching in much
ploasnut ' conversation botwoen
Visiting guosts worn Mosdamos
M. D. Miller, John Pfall', Sod
grass Bullard, Ross Diuno, W.L.
Clovolnnd and Swain.
Mosdames Lacoy and L. E.
MoKuight wore voted idoal hos
tesses. In two wooks tho olub will
tneot with Mrs. Fulkorson.
The First National Bank
Anatlarko, Capital and Surplus $60,O0O.OOn
rif . . Wo have double tho capital and urpiua of
UklatlODia any tT an ln Anndnrko.
Wo havo no excossivo loam, no bills paya
ble or re-dlscounts.
No olllcer or director of this bank owes tta,
We solicit your buslnofli.Iwhethor larfto or
T. P. Woodard. President. I. E. cox, Cashior.
L. W. Myera, Vice-President. R. H. I'opejoy, Asa't CaBhler
"Tho Tango Tanglo"
"Kathlom tho Irish Rose" 2
Dunigan Trio iu vaudovillo.
Price 10 and IScouta.
30 bushels of cano seod at South
Sido Wagon Yard,
I havo somo speoial prions to
offor for cash on Implemonts,
Buggies and Wagons. Callahan's
'The Advonturoa of Kathlyn"
"Tho Two Ordeals'
Browor'fl Jowolry is guaranteed
to give ontir satisfaction.
Fodora sonsation of Europe
Twonty-fivo thousand dollar pro
duotion at Broadway Thoatro
Friday, April 3rd.
Hay For Sale
I havo plenty of prario hay for
sale. J. S. Pittman, 322 Wtil
Chickens For Sale
Ohiokons for salo, 10 oenta oaoh
1 to 5 day a old. J. M. .Karr, 207
N Hth Street. ,'
For Rent comfortable furnish
od ro3tu for rent at 307 East OJ
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(WHILE THE SUPPLY LASTS)
Introducing the New 10-Cent Tin of Stag
By far the most beautiful and
valuable gift ever given with a tin
of smoking tobacco. The lovely
Bathing Girl from the famous paint
ing, "September Morn" is daintily
reproduced in bas-relief and the
whole pin finished in Roman gold,
You will call it the most ex
quisite thing you ever saw.
We offer one of these beautiful pins,
u)hile they last, to every purchaser of our
new 10 'Cent Tin of Stag.
Look for the "FREESEP
TEMBER -MORN "poster on a deal
er's window TODAY and get your
pin early. Dealers have only a
limited supply and they will go fast,
. fr:t i
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For Pipe or Cigarette
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smoked in America
Stag's popularity isn't Vfad The
qualities that make it great today will
make it even greater tomorrow and next
year. It has everything that smokers
look for, but it has also those wonder
ful NEW qualities that have become
so famous its refreshing effect on the,
rrioiith and throat, its delicious, natural
fragrance that comes straight from the
growing leafj and its entire freedom fromj
"bite" without any artifical process!
If you haven't smoked your first pipeful
(or rolled your first cigarette of Stag, Cheerup!
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" CONVENIENT PACKAGES. Tha HantfyHali-SlM
5-Cant Tin, lha Full.Slia IQ.Cent Tin, tha Pound and'
flail-Pound Tin Mumldora, apd a Paund Qlaaa Humnfw
TTr T? T5 XA TT Titt Vyou have not been supplied with September Mom stickpins, kindly advise'yotW
lJ JaXlJLrtJJbEl4j- jobber and he will arrange to have the Stag salesman call iipon'yoti aConcel