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The Daily Democrat VOLUME XIII ANADARKO OKLAHOMA, TUESDAY JUNE 2 1 U NO. 135 . M 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 - $10.00 2nd Prize - 7.00 3rd Prize - 3.00 The contest holds goods until July X8, at which time we will get 3 business men not interested as judges. Address all communications to Lyon & Mathews Co. Anadarko, Oklahoma f you want the best Buy Steffens That's the kind of cream we serve Pioneer Drug Store TEETH TEETH TEETH Don't nogloot your tooth you will need thorn when younroold. FREE! For ihe next two wfcoks I will extract teeth FREE OF CHARGE. Ihnvo reduced the pricos 011 all Dental work dur ing tho noxt two weeks. Beginning today end up to nnd including Juno the 10th, 1014, 1 will fix teeth at tho following pricos: Silver, Alloy, or Amalgam Filling.. - . 25o to 50o Bono or Cement Filling 25o to 50o Piuo Gold Filling as low ob 50o Porceluin Filling . 50o Artificial Enamel Filling 50c Gold Inlay as low as . .. Aeolito Inlay 50o Gold Crown... .' Porcelain Crown - . . Bridgowork par tooth so to SI to$l 50o to SI $3.00 S3. 00 S3. 00 to 50c .$5.00 Cleaning teoth. Set of Teoth Remember I was educated and trained in the largo cities and under somo of t'e best Dontists in America. Also roinembor that I understand and for yours havo us ed tho various systems of Painless DontiBtry. I can UlJ, crown or extract teeth without tho loast particle of pain. I tighten loose teoth, cure gum diseases, abscessed teeth, uso tho kind of Fillings that stay in, mako artificial teeth to lit tho mouth wuon othors fail, and guarantoo my work to c6nsist of first class material and workmanship. Don't forgot theso prices aro good only until Juno 10th, lDli. So como early and make your appointment so that you can ho waited upon. X am doing this for advertising purposes. 1 know you will tell your neighbors that Dr. Byam did your work and that you are pleased with it. I MAKE KO CHARGE FOR EXAMINATIONS Di By am , Dentist Occupying 1 rooms in Now Post Office Building, ever Nusho Thoatro- I FAREWELL PARTY FOR MiSS GROVES Miss Paulino Craig entertained sixteen young peoplo at a farowoll partyjin honor of Miss Boss Grovos who will depart for hor home in Goavor. Sho is Mrs. Dyke Ballin- gor's noico. Games of the tea par ty stylo such as answers to bo giv en in tho words onding in ty caused muoh study and sport In tho lotter dioo game Miss Hilda Rogord won first prizo for the lady and Mr. Waldo Ports for the gon tloman. Everybody made merry and onjoyod tho ovoning. Light refreshments wore served. All do- olarod Miss Paulino a royal enter tainer and loft regrotting tho loss of tholr friond Miso Boss for tho summer, Sho will return in tho fall to finish school hero. nninLruuL AT AIRDOME The ' Whirlpool' at Rumbloy'B Airdomo Monday night proved to bo a drawing card for Mosoloy Bros. Without a doubt it was muoh more than was oxpectod Tho drama was put on in four aots Tho full houso is no doubt a good advertisement for tho drama Mon day night, Tonighf'A Gamble's Sweotheart" will bo equally as good. RECITAL WEDNESDAY PRISCILLA CLUB Mrs. R. L. Lawronoo and hor largo olaBt in music- willgivo thoir recital in tho Opera houso, Thurs day night Tho program will ho published later. Tiokots will ho on salo at btopbonuou b Drug Store Wodnosday morning JO and 15a Lcn Fitzpatrick, dotnooratio candidato for court olork, is in the city, shaking hands with old friends. Lovi Ogle tranuaotod businoB n Snydor, Tu oBday. MUSIC CLUB ELECT JfflCERS T'io Music club mot Monday ovoning with Mary Pfalf and oloct od tho following ofiicors: Mro. Singor, president; vico prosidont JMiss iNathan; secrotary and presi dent Gonova Ballinger. Tho olub adjournod to meet Monday Oot. Brd. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Ecoleston roturnod homo from Emporia, Kbub., whoro thoy havo noon vis iting rolativeB and thoir many old frionds. LAWN SOCIAL Tho M. E. Church south will give a lawn social at tho home of Mrs. J. P. Blackmon, Friday ove ning Juno 12th, Tho program will be publishod later. PROGRAMS NUSHO In tho Cow Country" 2 parts. "In Hor Sleep" AIRDOME "A Gambler's Sweetheart MosloysStookCo. BROADWAY "Tho Lion" "Skeleton" "Tho Fruit of Evil" Mrs. H. M. Tilton entertained tho Priscilla club with a good at tnndanco and the following visitors MosdameB .1. E. Farrington, Wm. Hughos, B. H. McDowell, R. U. LivoBay and Wm. Browor. Mrs. Tilton served delioious ioo cream, oako and grapo juioo, Tho club will meet with MrB. J. P. Blaok mon at the next mooting. Pres. Ladies Social Union Tho Ladies Social Union of tho Presbyterian church will moot Mrs. Joseph Barofl', on East Ok lahoma Ave, There will bo sow ing. Please bring your thimbles. Mrs. A. M. VanOrdon and children, Elvise and Archie, Jr., and H. F. VnnOrdnn are spend ing a fow days in Oklahoma City, A, E Baldwin transacted busi ness in ChiokaBha, Tuesday. ' Mrs. H. M. Tilton wont to Lawton Tuesday to visit her par ents, Mr. and Mrp. J. W. Wolvor ton. Mrs. John Breham, i who has boon visiting Mrs, E. W. Gish and Mrs. Goo. Emmons loft for Caldwell, Kans., to visit frionds boforo returning to her home in Horrington, Kans. Mrs. C. E. Graham loft Tnos day, for Aboljne, Texas, whoro sho will visit her sister, Mrs. John Mingus. S. E. Parker went to Ft Cobb, Tuesday, to look after scmo con tracts he mado boforo his serious illness. SB Miss Luln Gasper, who has boon on tho biok list sovoral days, is roportod much bettor. Mrs. R. W. Williams nnd,moth or, Mrs. MoWhirtor, wont to Ok lahoma City Tuesday to spond a fow days with trionds. R. M. Pell of Baldwin & Qibbs went to Snyder, Tuesday, on bus. Rjof. Balyeat, who has proven to Anadarko his principles as an instructor, in high school and wno has been hired for another year here, is teaching in the teachora' county institute at Edmond, this month. Mrs. Balveat will visit her parontsand frionds there durj ing his stay at Edmond. Mrr. Balyeat finished an unexpired termof Miss DrisooJJ, wliO-r.Qi signed anu accepted a position in tEnid. Mrs. Balyeat's work with the little pooplo proved to bo suoh that tho board cf oducation asked hor to remain on the list of Ana darko oity school toachors for another year. The Board of Dirootors of tho county fair visitod tho grounds east of tho city and ordorod tho county teams out thoro to grade tho race trook. A ono half milo track was stakodout yostorday and work will begin at onco putting ovorything in order for a good fair this fall. Carl Hamraertand wifo, aro on joying a visit from Mrs. Ham moit's noico and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Harvoy Lambert, of St. Joseph, Mo. Miss Louanna Duncan, who has been a faithful clerk in tho Rogers Variety Store, for tho past yoar, is takiug hor vacation. Sho will rest at home and visit in the country. Leo Har?ey oamo down frm Lindsbcrg, Kans,, Monday, and will visit his fatbor, fl. G.Harvoy, boforo going to visit an uncle on a farm in Illinois. Loo is looking fhio and says his hoalth is much improved. Loo has many wirm frionds in Anadarko, who wol- oome him back at any time. For Sale Young gontlo driv ing or riding horso. Also now sad dlo and briddlo. Phono ION. Joe Millor drovo his oar to Medioino Park, Monday, accom panied by his brothor, A. II. Mil lor and Roy Ellison, who oxpeot to fish. rlhoy oxpeot to havo a fine timo pulling the mammoth fish troin tho water. There aro many pooplo horo from Mo Ray Hydo has rontod tho floor rooms of tho Royal Hotol and has opened up an up-to-dato cafo. Ho has had too rooms all cleaned and furuishod for a that class busi ness. Littlo Sou Blankouship is iu Blngor, visiting frionds. Mrs. Blaukonship will visit thoro this wook and return homo with Mas tor Son. Mosley Brothers lanasers or iompany, in Ihe "THE GAMBLER'S SWEETHEART" AT AIR.DOME TONIGHT Acme Gleaning 5 Dye Works The best because we are equipped to do the work. GENT'S $1.00 .50 Suits oloaned and pressed Top ooatB oloaned nnd pressod Top ooat and vest 7fi cloanod and pressed 3 Overcoats cleaned and pressed Pants cloanod and pressed 1.00 50 And do not throw away your old hats as wo can oloan and block thorn and majco thoni look lifco now. Wo havo just roooivod a ship niont of telescope and othor now stylo blocks for para maB. HBHMBHaBBBBEBWaansnaB ,50 LADIES' Suits, plain, (J AA oloanod&presscdtp 1 Uu Skirts, plnin. donn ed and pressed Jaokots plain, cloanod JA nnd pressed CPU Overcoats, plain (11 f A cleaned ccprossod) JL UU DrossHB plain AA oloaned & pressed J. UU Waists oloaned and JA pressod, 35o to i a3U Gloves cloanodj short .15 Gfovos oloanod, long .25 Plumes cleaned .50 Plumos cleaned and curled $1.0C W. H. Smith Prop. 1 18 E. Broadway Phone 240 a..!,. u.u-.m.M HcciestonCoggins Funeral 'Directors Licensed Day Phone 178; zA ID- Embalmers Night Phone 226 ness.