The Daily Democrat. (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 101, Ed. 1, Friday, May 17, 1907 Page: 4 of 4
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At prices below what many firms must get for those of ordinary quality. Our plan of "One Price" and "No Commissions" makes
possible the amount of business we do and the lesser profits we are required to have. Below we tell you more
of a few Pianos of which we are especially proud:
THE PERFECTION STEINWAY
Thane who are mtut competent to judge concede that the Stolnway
I'inno is tho boat in tlio world; profonting to iU admirers n complntoneee
an urtUttc llnlih nought for in vain in other pianos. This individuality
is tho ripe product of (growth of evolution of artistic atmosphoro. A
thuuMiiid llfo-trtiinI workmen arlliinn of the highest type are re-
quired to produce tho Stoinway. No one of them alone can accomplish
the task; it take thorn all working harmoniously from year to year.
Knch part aen ami unseen must bo wrought carefully lovingly; then
all the parts must be combined with the touch of genious into an artistic
The two largest examples of this principle the rosult of prolonged
arduous effort are tho Vertegrand and the Miniature Grand. The price
of the Vertegrand is $600 and represents the highest investment ovor
ofrcrvd in a Piano at this sum. Tho Miniature Grand price $760 reproduces in a smalter compass G foot 10
inches the wonderful attributes of tho larger Stdnwuy Grands. This fomarkable instrument is unapproached.
Whether from a commercliil or artistic point of view the Steinway is tho best and most economical in the end.
Terms as low as $16 a month.
..The Schaeffer Piano
Tlc Best Made in Chicago
in use in
Wo are fac-
lts manufacture began in 1876 and three years later it was awattled the diploma of honor at
Kxnosition in comnetition with numerous other Pianos. Upwards of 36000 Schaolfor Pianos are
Ani.riim. nml thnv ifivn KHtisfnction. The Sc hneffer is warranted for ton years by the makers
tory distributors for this excellent Piano in the Southwest and have sold many of thorn. Tho now 1907 Schaof-
fcr eclipsos anything ever before made in the West. This Piano has boon steadily abroast of the market and
ahead of all others of like price and is by fnr the most desiroablo Piano made in Chicago.
Beautiful new stock including golden oak and fancy walnut cases of latest and most dosireable style.
Wo sell a beautiful Schaeffer so much lower than othur dealers thnt the manufacturers will not permit us
to name the price.
Teims $7.00 a month.
THE POPULAR VOSE PIANO
In ovory line of goods there is one certnin article that through
gonuine merit and economy is the best of its kind at the price.
In Pianos this is the Voso.
The Vose Piano has been established fifty-five years. The ex-
traordinary dovolopsmont of the Vom Piano through the efforts of
James W. Vose its foundor his three sons and two grandsons as
the music trade admits has placed the Vose in a class by itself and
is receiving more favorable comments to-day from an artistic stand-
point than it over received before.
The Voso is tho most popular Piano today. We are its exclusive
agonts in tho Southw 'it and liavo so'd thousands of them. They give
universal satisfaction a A it U u wininwn thing for the owner of a
Vose to write us after yoarB "f use:
'"Its marvelous tone improves with -go.
"If ovor I bought another Piano it would bo a Voso" etc. etc.
We sell one of the best Vose Pianos for $360. Terms $10 a month
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Style O Elburn
There aro probably more Pianos sold at about $200 than at any othor figure that might be named. Th0
books of many Piano dealers would show that they wore selling many $200 Pianos for $300 tho amount they
get depending entirely upon the credulity of the customer or tho amount of commission tho dealor has to pay
to some would-be friend of the customor.
Tho Jenkins one-price no commission plan enables us to soil a new Style II Elburn Piano for $210 and
there novor was a Piano made that sold so readily and gave so much satisfaction for $210 as this. The major-
ity of Pianos sold elsewhere for $250 cannot compare with it.
$G a month will buy one.
We extend a special invitation to everyone interested in Pianos or Music to visit us
a.1 the BR.ADFRD BLDG east of Court House. We navca. Piano for every pursea.nd
every one offered at tlc right price.
Jenkins' Sons Music Co
1 Anadarko Oklahoma.
Best Place To Buy A Pia.no
A ORE AT BIG BARGAIn
Tho nico 5 room dwelling on
lot ltf blooK iW ArmuurKO oroci-
od by Dr. Mitchell. A striotly
modern dwelling with furnace
hunt; nice Imth room; priviuu
water works; good barn; fi-e
ciBtern collar walled with briolt;
nice shndo and fruit troodjeontra-
lly located. Will take part good
AddreBB tho Gotebo Land Co.
96 If Gotobo Okln.
To loan on oity property sec-
Otfil U. K. RoniNSOX. Ap.t.
Btiur onion quick it you want
any of that Uryan hotel furniture
at Shaw place. 21 tf
Use It Today
And Save Delay
Other Wt of Transacting Your
Allaire. Cannot Compare With It
Tin The Comprehensive Means
Pioneer Telephone sxnd
Look at that stovo at Foley 'a
as you pass. Free. tf88
J. E FARRINGTON'S
Feed Andi Seed Store
Stock and Poultry Feed. Garden
and Field Seed. Phone 1 36.
C H. CLARY Mgr.
M. (SILLER 001SIES GHK0PJ1G 0ISEASS
Uirlnnpoln "eat this dlaeue brjialnloMmethodi aad
lOllliUbOlU with no dplcni a from liuslnnn. Tlia atait-
nantbloolli driven from iliiced elm with tho aulstanee of
oarlmproTcil Varicocele Truii and KinIp Ch.mlo procesi ttao
paru being rcitcred to Ihclr natural conCJtlou and circulation
Cr!"lnrn I era ttrlcturo wllhout eerara operative
UIIIU1UIU procedure Ourtrca'uient act dlrtctlfoo tho
parta afTertcd ciimplcteljr dl-lnd k ilia ttrleturo bfOurgal-
TanU olvotrlc lucdiraliriiiti.tnt u 1 painless and In no wile
Interferes wliliyuurlMsloesMiui ..s
Loss of Manly Vigor rr.?0??.'f.k&
odr tuotluHla wo mil restore mat lcor and strength to jou that
hi ui ibo)o irs Ourtroatinenl lsnota mere stimulant but
piv. Kiti.tn. tirr ntid permanent results.
finN.fifrlniic. HlnnH PnUnn ? n?J.?.rt?
W Wit I U . M.ww a w-wwn AlBOI II mT ot octn
Id earir dix. I cur tts coin
protren oradltate ercrjr tcsu or
tiiiiiv th iika fif havrmlflii rartaiiilaJ
UNTIL CUBED 'wb Ox to tc noaf .er effect i on the lyitom.
WltlTE-rnMnottoor. tnnllMtM I Kl IINKY. IILAUIUIU AVI) UIllNMTlV DISEASES
in rated thum If ximimtictcnil I suoccMfii'ir trottoJ nd rcrDiaoently cured. IMLK5 nd
nii inr iniornmiion iTirnniiny i iiui TLIiL. curea vj painio9 Dim uiooaioa maiaous.
OHRONIC DISORDERSof WOMEN.
I atlcceiifullr trrni All lirrrunt and uhru .1
jdltcaioauf wumin.anddl.enaiaiivcnllar to llnlr
i nrx. aucu aa ra lliiK or tho Womb Dliplaiament
OUR BEST REFERENCE IS.
'J UNTiLCUHlD '"wli.iilo.Tonoaf.ercHcciu
CATARRHAL CONDITIONS CURED.
CatArrh of the ;ue. Throat and Long! o-i
.enfiillj treated by nif neir innaiauon rneinou. p
1 1 removn all Irrttatlun pain In f orchtad "drop-1
iplnir " hwkln and eplttlnir and preTanti lundl
11 natural Ultohare. Kcrruiii Iiecllco. Dli.in. .. "" .""""J? !?" fXl'iihi.? . JrtrV0n.r5
Pain In tbe back. Votnrn who wm to aroldopf r- Sl""l"liC-HI. ?.in. hnln?adr.a?ani ftr
ailroproo.duro-atiouldlooJtliutB our mottodll"'"l; rlto rcjardlnit our noma troatmtnt for
Ilo'iris 8tol2 30 1 .00 to J 30p. m.i KTeulns0:30 to8. Enndaxi tol. I
s r:3 uiWcl (aiucizib'st.)' FT TiORTIi TEXi
F'irst NationaLl Bank
Fine Range given away Fiee.
With every dollars wotth you
get a ticket. The lucky num-
ber gets the stove. Don't
fail to see it as you pass.
J. E. FOE FY
Cottonseed for ealo at the
South Side Feed Yard. Ctd 00
Oon't forget the dato May 25
Good tablo bmrd wi'h orwiih .
out rooms. Men Is 20- Cf8
as mnde to tho Comptroller of tho Cur-
rency nt tho close of business
March 20 1907.
Lonns and discounts - $110061 71
U. S. Bonds and Premiums 25750 00
HarwinK house furn. & fix. 12000 00
Cash nnd sight exchange 60315 89
Total - - -
- $ 25000 00
- 151522 75
Tho above statement is correct
I. E. COX Cashier.
tUIt liboral plan of loaning
money we believe gives
gonoral satisfaction. An oppor-
tunity to cut down tho inter-
est by means of part payments
is a pi ivilege which the borrower
We dork Sales and discount
Sab' Paper at lowost rates.
We pay interest on time de-
We want you rpauking business
SURKTY Oy 130NDS
yilOSE who nro Required to give Bonds in positions of
trust nnd who.'dcsire to avoid asking friends to become
their sureties or who mayjwish to relieve friends from fur-
ther obligations as bondsmen should apply in person or by
etter to FttEEMONT BOYLE Anadarko Oklahoma.
A OK NT IX) U
..rfmeriean tfjtretii YZcmpanif.
i a vita i. ttnooaoo.'
lAood & WcKLnigHt
Farm and Chattel Loans Real Estate
Office Bear of National Bank Bld'g.
ohe Crisked Granite Co.
CRUSHED GRANITE FOR BALLAST
Street and Cement Work.
Agents For The
Capacity 1500 Tons per day.
Pure Linseed Oil
For The Outside of Your House
Aad a. Choice Assortment of
For the Inside Will Brighten Your
Horn For the Summer
PIONEER DRUG STORE
Coming (?) May 23th.
Any young man desiring to
join iho Anadarko band ploaso
hand in your name to tho Demo
orat offioo noS later than Thurs-
day. 08 3t
for sale cheapest in Ana-
darko. Cash or payments.
See the owner.
i2td LEE N. WALLIS.
On May 25th will be-i
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The Daily Democrat. (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 101, Ed. 1, Friday, May 17, 1907, newspaper, May 17, 1907; Anadarko, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc81494/m1/4/: accessed November 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.