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VOLUME XIII
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3 Nights Engagement 3
Change of Act Every Night
Prices 5c and 10c
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
Acme Cleaning
The best because
do the work.
GENT'S
Suits oloaned (j AA
and pressed J)JLvU
Top'ooatB cloanod
and pressed
.50
Top coat and voat 7EL
oloaned and pressed 3
Overcoats' oloaned AA
and pressed JL V V
Pants cleaned and
pressed 3U
And do not throw away
your old hats as wo cau clean
and Ijlook thorn and make
thorn look like now. Wo
havo just recoivod a ship,
mont of toloscopo aud othor
now stylo bloeks for para
m aq.
W. H. Smith. Prop.
1 18 E. Broadway Phone 240
DARNELLS
EUROPEAN
NOVELTY
ARTISTS
; In eccentric Juggling,
Balancing and mani-
pulations of various
i articles.
Also Introducing
Lauretta
IN
High Class Violin Sc los
Graduate at the Royal
Conservator, Berlin, Ger
many. BJ"r-7'rrv-irjJBr-J-c
5 Dye Works
we are equipped to
LADIES'
Suits, plain, fl 1 AA
cloanod & pressed cjj X lU
Skirts, plain, clean- CTA
ed and pressed 3v
Jackets plain, cleaned CA
and prossod 3U
Overcoats, plain (T AA
oloaued&prossodtD JL tUU
Drosays plain AA
oloaned & pressed JL U U
Waists oloaned and JA
pressed, 35o to 3U
Glovos cloanod, short ,15
Glovos oleanod, long .25
Plumes cloanod .50
Plumes oloaned aud
ourlod $1.00
ANADARKO,
CLASS PICNIC
Mils McLaughlin's high school
class en jo vet! a baj ride piouio
Monday evening. About seven
o'clock Mis McLaughlin aooouv
panied by Mrs. Dyke Bellinger!
met at the High Sohool buildifcg
with the youngsters of that roflbi
and were' soon all comfortably
seated on the hay wagons that
the hos had furnished. The girls
carefully watched their lunoh as tt
whs placed in different parts oveV
the wagon to see that the deviled
cgcs were not bothered by soma
"unknown. " 3;
After marching up and- fioyfe
the streets singing and makipg.
inern the wagons were turned HI
the direction of Riverside. Here
they were royally received by the
' Kivemide officials-and teaoherla
The Kyu room was visited .and
eioli and every one tried to play
best. That lunch was next and
when those full and running over
baskets wore uncovered the boyaj
declared it to be onlled i"none
v.ich. " They took charge of the
band stand aud spread the lunoh.
Eerbody was satisfied, borne
miserably satisfied. On returning
hon.e Misa MoLnughlin took the
young people Jto Kaiser's where
they woro treated to delicious re
freshments. At n Into hour nil
wont homo this night long to bo
remembered.
Marriage License
Marriage licousos woro issued
to Schley Richard 22 and Daisy
Caloy 21 both of Anadarko.
Allen Tena ID aud Lillie Chink
Is Anadarko.
CliffordE. Sohooloy 22, Tulsa
and Jeanotto Berkley 21 Carnegio
PROGRAMS
NTJSHO
"The Deputy Sheriff's Star"
roels.
"Politenoss Pays"
New Vaudeville
BROADWAY
"Aftor Air;
"A Cruel Stopmothor"
'Presidential Possibilities"
AIRDOME
"Hormit of Lonely Gulch"
roolB. I
"A Hobo's Bear"
"Philadelphia Athletics"
Attorney R. K, Robinson left
Tuesday for Dallas, Texas whoro
he vill transaot legal businoss.
Mrs. Byatn. wife of Dr. Byam,
tho dentist is roportod on the
side list.
Mrs. Frank Campbell and Mrs.
Richard Rosser und son Fay Ros
ear, of Binger woro guosts of Mrs.
A, J. Blankonship Monday.
The Broadway undor J.ho now
managomout rondored a vory
clover program Monday night.
The Austialiau Miller show man
with his animal show gavo tho
pianoist Miss Gasper a oompli
mont by declaring hor to be the
best young lady at tho piano that
they had mot in the southwest.
Of course Anadarko knew such
product is found hero but tho
most of tho people .have to bo
shown.
Mr. M.JG.Batos returned homo
from a visit in Texas Monday.
Mr. I. !. Cox and son Everett
eft Tuesday for Kansas to visit
Mr. Cox's father who is quite ill.
OKLAHOMA. TUESDAY MAY 26 191ji - --- -.- -- smm
' NO. 134 i
'uv I . '
sionary
Society Meeting
Mrs. Hubert Campbell will en
tertain Mie Missionary Society of
the M. E. Church .South at her
home Thursday afternoon May
2o.
NOTICE
' All dK tax must be paid by
June lOtb. Any dog found run
nlag at large after this date will
be killed.
Day the tax to the Oity olerk.
Fred Sullivan,
Chief o Police.
Notice of,, sale
' I Notice is hereby given that h
iursuBnoe of an order of sale is-
jaued out of the District Court of
addo oounty, Oklahoma, on the
2oth day of March, WH, In "
action wherein Kipp D. Cross was
plaintiir and William 13. Bowen,
Sarah E. Sparks, John Howard
Snarks. a minor, aud Sarah IjO-
reen Sparks, a ninor, were de
fendants, dirooted to me, the un-
darsigned shorill' of Caddo county,
Oklahoma, commanding me to
ndvertiBO and soil tho following
described real ostato, situated in
Caddo county, Oklahoma, towit:
The southeast quartor of sootion
onq (1) in Township oight (8)
north of range ton (10) West of
I. MM containing 1(50 aores, more
or lo3s, according to tho govorn
mont survoy, for tho purpose of
partition and to satisfy a judg
mont of partition in favor of said
plaintiiT and against said defend
ants, obtainod and made in said
Court on tho 5th day of Fobruary,
1014, and tho costs of said parti
tion and all accruing costs, I will
on tho 2lBt of May, lfll4, at the
hour of 2:00 o'olook p. m. on said
day at the front door of tho court
house in tho City of Anadarko, in
said county and slate, offer for
sale and soil to tho highest bidder
for caBh all of said property above
dosoribod for tho purposes above
named.
In Witness Whereof, I havo
hereunto subscribed, my name
this 18th day of April, 1014.
A. J. BLANKENSH1P.
I ShorifT of cadno county, Okla.
Bristow& MoFadyon,
Attornoys.
Summons by Publication
In tho District Court of tho
Fifteonth Judicial District of Ok
lahoma, sitting within and for the
County of Caddo,
Myrtle May Hiokcox, plaintiiT,
vs Mansol L. Hiokoox. defendant.
Said defendant, Mnnsol L.
Hiokcox will take notico that ho
has boen suod in tho above on
titled Court for Divorce upon tho
grounds of fraudulent contract
and extreme cruelty aud must
nnswor tho potition filed thoroin
by said plaintiff on or beforo tho
lBtdayof July A. D., 1014, orsoid
petition will be taken as true. and
a judgmont for said plaintiff in
said aotion for divorco will bo
rondorod accordingly.
Attest:
Thoo G. Oolke.
Clerk of Snid Court,
Marianolli & Exondine,
Attornoys for Plaintiff
Seal.
Farm Loan
Our farm loan plan is now and
muoh bettor than tho old way.
Wo consolidate mattors, mako low
rate of intorost and givo you priv
ileges that othors don't
If you aro thinking of making a
farm loan, or inoroasing tho old
ono, drop us a lino and kwo will
tell ycu our plan.
, Courtly & Drake,
' Anadarko, Okla.
Cooked Food Sale
3 The ladies of the M. E. church '
uutu win asrve ineir cooked fcort
sale Friday &lav 2. instund of
Saturday the SO Decoration Day.
This change is made in order to
ptrjnit the ladies to go to the
cemetery. They oan buy their
cooked food Friday for their dec
oration day dinner.
Alpha Bridge Club
Discontinued
The Alpha Bridge club has dis
continued meeting until fall.
Mrs. B. S. Dixon.
Mr. and Mrs. Wni. Denbnm of
Hobart who have been visiting in
Oklahoma City stopped off in An
adarko Sunday and visited Mr
Mr. Mark and Mr. and Mrs. Wal
ter Laazetiby. The Leazenby's
gave them a joy ride in their auto
mobile and showed them the city,
they retunied.home in the evening
Col. A.- P, Watson member of
the corporation commission was
hi the oily Tuesday lookinir afUr
the political fenoes. The Colonel
thinks his reoord as member of
tho commission is suoli that hu is
entitled to reolootion. Thori is no
quostion but tho Corporation
commission has mado good and
that thoy havo saved tho tax pay
ers of tho state millions of dollars
Mr. Watson's oxporionoo as mom
bor of this board should inako him
bettor qualified than eomo now
man without any oxporionoo.
O. W. Honsou, 310 West Broad-
way typewriter adjuster loft Mon
dav with Mrs. Hanson and their
littlo four yoar old eon Smuel D.
for tho hospital in Oklahoma Oity
whorojthov will havo tho littlojboys
eyo operated on, Tho troublo is
ruptured blood vessels. The left
eye will bo removed but the oper
ation on tho right may sovo tho
Bight, The little follow is almost
totally blind.
Broadway Theatre
TONIGHT
Special Attraction
The Australian
MILLERS
Big Novelty Musical Act
ensaeMMBMaMBnsjBjMMnBjBMajsBMHB
ALL COMEDY. Singing, Dancing
Musical Cats, Donkey, Ducks and
Novelty Instruments. Don't Miss It.
And Our Great Picture Program:
"Lured From Squash Center' '
"Up-to-Date Cook" ...
"Notoriety"
"Three Men and a Girl"
Prices
I
HIGH SCHOOL
con
tNCEIHENT
WednosdHy evening the High.
School commencement will Ik
held at the opera hove. DtA? C.
Scott director of the extetMkm
work of the University at Norman
will deUver the address
tickets will be on sal at -
ensons DrftgUtore eftor -a.
m. Wednesday.
MY VAOATI N PoKm
(By Polly Anna)
8hocris-albw)eJ om,
All that is left is xatninah n
And though we like our st ,iir-
oma
Wt tit just lova vaofttion.
Oh! won't wa have a j i j ily
fun,
When we leave old -hl lie
bind V
Everyone will malt a run
And just sea how high they ann
olimb
In the tree behind the barn
I don't think it will do mrtch
harm.
Then oh then the res grandpa's
farm,
Oh ! just think of all the things,
And 1 don't think in will oaubo
alarm
To find your ..feet wound 'up in
strings.
For thero's plenty of them thoro
And we will havo to walk with
caro
Or we will stop down on a thorn.
Or on the point or tho old oowh
horn.
And then when vacation in ovor
Wo will havo to loayo old Rovor,
And ootno baok to school again,
And study till summer ag'aiu
will reign.
For Sale
Family driving maro also good
buggy and harness.
C O. MoKuight.
5c and 10c

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