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VOLUME XIII ANADARKO; OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY MAY 2.3 19U NO. 133 m I I LOOK! Lyon & Mathews Co., will give the following prizes for the best essay on "How to Make a Slow Man Pay His Bills, (not more than iOO words.) ist Prize - $10.00 2nd Prize - 7.00 3rd Prize - 3.00 The contest holds goods until July X8, at which time we will get 3 business men not interested as judges. Address all communications to Lyon & Mathews Co. Anadarko, Oklahoma MEMORIAL SERVICE Memorial services will bo hold fit the Prosbytorian Churoh, Sun day May 24th. nt tl.o hour of I o'clock, p. m. It hus boun nocos sary on acoount of the Bncoalauro. ato oxoroisos to bo hold at tho Op era Houso in tho foronoon to change tho hour of tho Memorial borvico to .'J p. in. At this servioo tho following progrnm was ron do rod: BILL BLAIR il Let's have May come over A faithful servant when there' work to do, and ready to aid in your pleasures, too. When you've friendly calls to pay, last minute ar rangements to complete, those delightful on-the-jpur-of-thc moment affairs to arrange, it's aa added pleasure to "just telephone." You are, of course, proud of your home, but it cer tainly lacks something of comfort and a great measure of convenience if you have no Bell Telephone. Residence rates are low. Telephone or poii-a-card to the Bell Business Office. When You Telephone, Smile ! Pioneer Telephone and Telegraph Company fSS bMA - J 7WJUX Acme Gleaniny & Dye Works The best because we are equipped to do the work. GENT'S Suits cleaned Q and prossod j) X Top oontB cloaned mid pressod Top coat and vest cleaned und pressod Overcoats cleaned 1 and pressed JL Pants cleaned and pressed .00 .50 .75 .00 .50 And do not throw away your old hats as wo can oloan and block thorn and make thorn look like now. Wo havo just roooivod a ship ment of tolosoopo and othor new stylo blockB for paca-maB. LADIES' Suits, plain. C 1 AA cloanod&pressodtj) J. UU Skirts, plain, oloan- ff A od and prossod 3" Jackets plain, cloaned A and prossod (jU Overcoats, plain (P 1 AA oloaned &prossadj) ItUU Drosses plain 1 AA cleaned ic prossod J. UU Waists oloaned and prossod, 35o to Glovos cloanod, short Glovos oloanod, long Plumes cloanod Plumes oloaned and ourlod 50 .15 .25 .60 81.00 I W. H . Smith. Prop. 118 E. Broadway Phone 240 - Tmmm SURRENDERS mJbmd) c vs- vv ss i rrv vimxtej&. r ) & vcw1 rm xmtejxs , zSa fill - t TV ." JIi?a. lL H kM&)mWJ J i iTtiii.H -ffrr 1 1. Opening Hymn. Amerioa Congregation 2. Opening Prayer Rov. W. W. Pharos ,' Solo. "Plains of Poaoo" Howaid Eait 1 Scripture Reading Rov. Ira L. Crubtrco 3 Anthem, Memorial Hymn Choir IS Address Rev. J. W. Coates 7 Duet '"Tho Lord is my Light'' Mr. Morgan and Mrs. Singer 8 Addross - C. E. Hansel II Maio Quartotto. "Tho Heart Bowed Down." Ovorstroot, Mitchell, Ga8soway and Fait. 10 Prayor Rov. J. M. Jonos 11 Hymn "God bo With You Till Wo Moot Again Congregregation 12 Benediction Rov. R. M. Ovorstroot Bill Blair, tho nogro that killed John Ivy, a wliilo man at Chick aalia gavo liiniBolf up Eridoy'night. Iho nogro claims tho killing was an accident and tho shoritr forro sooms inclinod to boliovo his story. Ho says that Ivy couio in a room wlioro ho, Blnir, and three othor nogroos woro, and wauted to lorrow two dollars. Thoy told him thoy did not havo any inonoy to spare and Blair told him that ho needed hid inonoy as he waB going to Anadarko. Ivy pulled his gun and told tho nogro that he -would not bo ablo to go to Anadarko or something to this effect and tho negro grabood hold of the gun and in tho scufllo tho gun was discharged, shooting Ivy through tho log, cutting an artory Tho hammer of fhe gun, whan tho gun was disohargod, out tho negro's hand botwoon tho thumb and forofingor. Wo understand Ivy was drunk at the timo he wos killed. Rev. Humphrey To Chickasha V5;ji JEWELRY c5IWfmVARK VSO Wi CLOCKS LINE PARTY Miss Maxiue Cox ontertainod tho girls in tho ojght grade, at her homo, Wodnesday aftornoon, from 0 to b o'clock. A delightful luncheon was serv ed and musio and games onjoyed until 8 o'clock, after which tho girls went to a picturo show, ohaporonod by Mrs. Myers and Mrs. Cox, Everyone who attonded report od an enjoyable evoning. i Rbv. Humphrey will be horo in charge of the M. E. Churoh, south, Until about Juno 20th, after vhI6h time ho will move to Chick, ashft, aild will bo District Evan gelist for tho Chickasha district. Rov. Smith of Nashvillo, Tenn-, Will tnRehis place-adpastoroHhe M. E. Churoh, south after tho abovo dato. Wo understand that Brother Smith is a graduate of tho South western University or Texas nnd has boon attending tho Vandorbilt University ut Nashville, Tenn., for the past two yoars, Gift Seekers YOU CAN ESlLV SETTLE THK MATTER IF YotJ WILL VISIT BREWER'S JEWELRY STORE SOME VKKY HEAUTIFl'L GIFTS KOK THK GUADUATE IN PERrECT DIAMONDS, COBALS ROSE BUDS LA VALUERS. WATCHES. ETC. WEDDING PRESENTS? WE HAVH THEM, USEFUL AND LIFE LAST. 1NG AT SENSIBLE PRICKS. Every Article We Sell Is Guaranteed to Give En tire Satisfaction. W. M. BREWER, Jeweler Opposite Post Office 3 6 yn PROGRAMS KUSHO "Shoity Escapes Matiimony. "JCaughtin tho Rain." AIRDOME "A Model Young Man. "In Remembrance." "Littlo Ned." Mrs. L. C. Snodgrass accom panied hor brother, John Thcmp son to Edmonton, Canada, whero she oxpoots to spend tho sutnmor, visiting hor motoor. Tho loft on tho aftornoon train Thuridoy. .Tnrlcn Thnniinra Prmtt wont to Gracomont, Saturday. Darnold P. Karnes of Graco mont. who has boon toaching school at tho Star school houso, went to Edmond Saturday to at tend Normal. Dr. Nanco camo in from Dun can SaturJay. Mrs. John D. Pugh, Bpont tho day in Binger, Saturday. Two good rooms for rent ovor Callbhans Hardwaro store. F, J. Callahan. SLUMBER PARTY Miss Loia Douny gavo a slum, bor party to tho gins in tho Senior class hi High School, Fri day night, at her homo in High, land Addition. There woretwouty six prosont Misses Ora Pro Hit and Laura Ray, two mombors of the class, wore unablu to attend on aocount of aicknoss. Soveral ot tho boys wore invitod in to spond tho ovoning. MiiBio by the male quartette and others was much onjoyed. Various games woro also played until tho woo small hours. A two course broakf ut wos sor vod nftor which the guests depart od for thoir homos, declaring Miss Lois a royal ontortainor. .v n UP-TO-DATE S M I LLINERY Goodwin Corsets Hair Goods . . . 2 doors west A. B.C. store Madaflie Slfllth'S! Also carry a beautiful Jline of the Buckley Dress Goods Samples. tiKti mjtf hi. tf?h COOKING DEMONSIRATION S TEPFEN Ice Cream For Sale at S Married Clifford E. Schooloy of Tulsa and Miss Jeanott Berkley of Oar nogio, were married at II o'olook Saturday morning in Judge Hume's office, Rov. Crabtreo, offi-iating, Iho Scionco Cooking Demon stration school at Eccloston & Cog gius, has boon a great success. Whilo the attendance has not been as large as it should, thoso who did attend woro highly satisfied. Miss Colvillo, who has boon superintending tho demonstration is a graduato of the Kansas Agri cultural Collogo, department of Home Economics, and is strictly up-to-date in this work. Thoso who failed to attend certainly havo missed something, and thoy should avail thomsolves of tho noxt opportunity that is offered. Our Pioneer Fountain Drug Store W. L. Booth of Siokles, passod through tho oity Saturday, on his Dr. C. W. Bym, Dentist Office Over Nusho Theatre Anadarko, Oklahoma EIGHTEEN YEARS EXPERIENCE I way home from Kansas Oity.