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The Daily Democri
ANADARKO; OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY MAY 21 19U
Tho Oporetto, by the students
( tho High School, at tho Opera
i -loo. Wednesday ovoning was a
.tiPCOflB in ovory particular, every
nu of the ohoraotors performing
lis part porfeotly.
This performance was cortainly
i crodit to tho Anadarko Bchoolg,
inu L'roiossor uisuop nnu iuu
itudonts deserve crodit for tho
jijlo mannorin which tho program
Las carried out. Tho house was
u!l and oompliments could bo
Leard on ovory side on tho por.
Tim tirnnnnria nmnnnlinrr tf
E$11J.90, goes to tho Debating
Sooioty and Athlotio Aasociation
)f tho High School.
Harrison Miller, a prominent
bankor of fiinton. was in tho
Mr. Job Coppingor of IJnrsheba
Springs, TonneB3oo to Miss Udith
Boydston of Tonkawa vioinity.
Wo congratulato Mr.Coppinger
for tho good luok of having won
so beautiful and oharming a wife.
Edith is a favorito whorovor sho
ioes amonir tho vomit: folks. Joo
ie a lino young man with good
oiean moials. Ho is loved and ro
apeotod by all his associates. Ho has
mado his homo in Oklahoma for
tho post six years and if ho has an
enemy wo havo novor hoard of it.
Thoy will mako their homo -i
miles northoast of Cyril, Okla.,
whero Joe has boon very quiotly
furnishiug a oozy little homo for
his bonny bride of 17 aummors.
Tjioy just surprisod thoir many
frionds by going to Chiokasha to
get thoir lioonse and thon to Lav
orty, to tho homo of Rev. Kidgo,
baptist ministor, and he said tho
sacrod words that mado thorn man
and wife. Wo all wish thorn a
long and happy life. A friond.
HE CAN'T KEEP
Oyster Bay, N. Y., May 20.-
from South Amorioo, Thoodoro
Koosevelt got buck into touoh with
tho political situation and tonight
pinna wore well under way for tho
Progrossivo campaign or 191 I.
A large part of the day Colonol
Roosevelt fpont in couforouco
with GoorKO W. Perkins of Now
York, chairman of tho oxeoutivo
committee of tho Progrossivo Na
tional committee, Mr. Porkins
has boon stoadily at work sinoo
Bill Blair, an Anndnrko nigger,
On tho first day after his return 1 shot and killed ahito man, liy tho
tmmo 01 .John Ivys, in Chicknsha
Wo havo been unable to loarn
any of tho particulars, Blair, tho
negro, was h gam tl pi-unci a Iwot
leggor thot frequented tho county
jail here. ,
Tho s lit rill's oflioo and polico
hoadquartors woro called about 2
o'clock Thursday morning and
reqntateufthem to keep a lookout
for Blair, na he waa headed thia
way. Qo seemed to lmvo took to
tll timber immediately nftor tho
killing. Kvideiitly tho faot of who
waa (ivor,nor of Oklahoma, or ho
would have immediately oppearod
in court and plead guilty and got.
ten his ropriovo boforo tho oros.
out Governor's term expires, for
tho next governor may not bo so
loniont with this class of crinio.
SHOOTS ! r-i
I Acme Gleaniny
The best because we are equipped to
do the work.
Top coats cleanod
Top coat and vest 7 EL
cloanod undpressod 3
Qvercoats cloanod 1 ft A
and pressed J.Ur
Pants cleaned and fijft
And do not throw away
your old hats as wo can oloan
and block thorn and mako
thorn look liko now. Wo
havo just rocoivod a ship
mont of tolesoopo and other
now stylo blocka for para-mas.
Suits, plain, (PI A A
cleaned & pressed tj) A UU
Skirts, plain, clean- CA
od aud pressed orU
Jackets plain, cleaned flJA
aud pressed es7U
Overcoats, plain (P 1 A A
olenned& pressed X ""
Drosses plain 1 A A
cleaned A- pressed X UU
Waists cleaned and ffA
pressed, 3."o to iJv
Gloves cleanod, short .15
Glovos oloanod, long .25
Plumes cleaned .50
Plumes cleaned and
W. H. Smith. Prop.
1 1 8 E. Broadway Phone 240
tho P.I12 campaign in organizing
tho now party in all sections of
tho country and hie mission to
Oyster Bay was to acquaint tho
former presidunt with presont day
conditions in the Hold of politics.
Gilford Pinohot,ttio Progrossivo
candidate for United States sena
tor from Pennsylvania, also hid
a long meeting with ColouolJRoose
velt. Ho roaohod Haganioro Ilill
this aftoruoon and spent tho night
Colonel Roosevolt's politioal ao
tivities romovod all doubts whoth
cr ho would take an active part in
the oampaign this year. It is
known that ho ox poets to mako
ono of tho most arduous fights of
Ihb caroor. Although no definite
pinna have boon for mod, it is
probable that in Soptombor ho
will mako a trip across tho conti
nent, speaking in most of the
On May 30, Colonel Roosovelt
will sail for Spain, for tho wed
ding of his son, Kormit. In tho
intorvouiug period ho will attempt
to start into motion the machinery
for the campaign. On hia roturn
from Europo, about July 1, ho
will begin tho oampaign propor.
Ono day of tho quietude and
braoing air of Sagamoro Hill
wrought a groat ohango in Colon
ol Roosovolt's appearance. Tonight
ho waa full of vigor. There waa no
trace of tho fatigue that was no
tioable whon ho left the tug whioh
brought him home laat night.
Tomorrow Colonol Rooaovolt
goea to Now York.
YoU CAN EVMI.V
MATTEK IF Y(U
"Our Mutual Girl,"
Famous Players "Clothos"
"The Little Mail Oarrior
Oudgo Giah of Oklahoma City,
passed through on tho morning
BREWER'S JEWELRY STORE
SOMK VKUY HKAUTIFUL aiFTS
FOU THK GrtADUATK IN PRRrECt
DIAMONDS, CORALS ROSE BUDS LA
VALUERS, WATCHES. ETC.
WKDDING PRESENTS? WB HAVM
THEM, USEFUL AND LIFE, LAST
ING AT SENSIBLE PRICES.
Every Article We Sell Is
Guaranteed to Give En
W. M. BREWER, Jeweler
Opposite Post Office
Dr. C. W. Byam, Dentist
Office Over Nusho Theatre
EIGHTEEN YEARS EXPERIENCE
For Sale at
W. A. Buttorfield wont to Bin.
gor on businoaa, Thursday.
Pioneer Drug Store
Department of tho Interior
U.S. Indian Servioo,
Kiowa Indian Agenoy,
Anadarko, Oklahoma, May 19,1911.
bealed Proposals, plainly mark,
od on envelope "Proposals for
11 four room houses for Apaoho
Indians," and addressed to tho
Suporintondont of tho Kiowa
Indian Agenoy, Anadarko, Okla
homa, will bo received at tho
Agonoy until 2 o'clock P. M. May
29, 191 1.
For tho convonionco of bidders,
pluns and HpooiHoations have boon
plaood with tho First National
Bank of Apaoho, Oklahoma, for
examination aud also at the
Agenoy oilioo in Anadarko.
For Sale At
I have Ono 2 Row 8 shovol Oil
tivator aud 3 two row cultivators
with disoand sbovol for listed corn
and cotton cultivating oaoh of
whioh are for sale at a bargain.
Also 2 noarly new surreys, 2 good
second hand top buggies and 2
seoond hand runabouts.
F. J. Callahan.
From tho Buroau of Publioity,
National Kivors and Harbors
Washington, D. C. May (Special)
With tho beginning of work on
tho Alaska railway, for whioh the
gonoral govornment has appropri.
uted $30,000,000, all iortB of "wild
oat" mining sohemoa will bo un
loaded upon tho people J tho
Unitod btatos, if thoy aro not
caroful, according to a statement
mado by lilwood Brunor of Nome.
Alaska, a Souator of tho Territorial
legislature. Mr. Bruuer, w ho has
been in Wnaliingtou for tho past
four months looking after sovoral
bills boforo Congross in which tho
legislature of Alaska is intorested,
said, boforo leaving for his fur
north.weatorn homo, ''The peoplo
of tho states must tight shy of
wild oat mining Bohomes whioh
promoters will foist upon them.
It has boon tho constant aim of
tho logislaturo of Alaska to koep
the credit of tho territory first olass
When the question of a govorn
montowned railroad camo boforo
tho logislaturo it was most goner
ally conoedod that tho momout tho
bill making appropriations for
tho road had passed Congross, it
would be tho signal for tho advont
of hundrods of 'Wallingfords' and
got-rioh-quiok advonturors who
lator on would drift baok to ktho
states in duo soason, with tho
most unhoard-of stories of rioh
finds, fabulous placors, and a
wealth of description that would
out-MunoliaUBon old Baron Mun
"In viow of thoso conditions I
would adviso tho poople who aro
seriously oousidoring the purohaao
of Alaska mining stook to go slow.
Getflotne one in whom you havo
oontidonoo to oxamino tho pro
perty beforo you purohaso, other
wise you stand to got stung good
State Spelling Contest
The Board of County Commis
sionors of Caddo county will moot
as a Board of Equalization for
Caddo County on Monday, Juno
1, 19 l and will consider such bus.
iuoss as may como under thoir
jurisdiction, as follows:
From 1st Commissioners Dis
trict Jnuo 2, 1911.
From 2nd Commissioners Dis
trict on Wodnosday Juno 3.
From 3rd Commissioners Dis
trict Thursday Juno 1.
Any porson who fools himsolf
aggriovod as to tho 19 M assess-
mont as listod by tho County As.
soBsor shall appoar on abovo speci
iiod date and ontor complaint
heroto andauy person who knows
of omittod property or proporty
not assessod at its fair valuo shall
appoar on above spoolfiod datos
and ontor protest.
Come only on tho dato sol for
Caddo County contestanto fail
od to win in tho State Spelling
Contest. Tue first prise waa won
by ,Mrrgie Fithon, agoH of
Woodward County and the seoond
prizo was won by Edith Main, ago
1, of Lincoln County.
Mosoly's Stook Company at tho
Airdomo. Watoh for data.
For Sale or Trade
lGO aoros ti miles north'and oast
of Graoemont. Will take $500 cash
and balanco in live stook or give
timo on balanoo foi furthor infor
mation call or write tho Domoorat
What havo you to trade for den
tal work? Como in and boo me.
Dr. Byam, Dontist,offico on Main
at, ovor Nusho Theatre.
Attorney Lane of Carnegio, waa
in town on business. Wednesday
Mr. Boys, of tho Farmora
State Bank of Carnegie, was iu
tho city on business, Thursday.
Mrs. PauIKaisor loft Wednes
day morning for a visit with
frionds aud rolativos in Oklahoma
J City and Wiohita, Kansus.
Mrs. Henry Mankotf, who haa
boon a guest at tho home of Mr.
and Mrs. W. W. Waterman, loft
Wednoaday for hor home ia Cold
3 room houso, 50 ft. lot', wpll
aud pump, oemont walkin front.
For short timo only Prioo $260.
Baldwin & (iibbo.
f Goodwin Corsets
Hair Goods . . ,
2 doors west A. B. C store
Also carry a beautiful (line of the
Buckley Dress Goods Samples.
tt0mtfffmAA$U M 'yn'FWl '