The Daily Democrat. (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 169, Ed. 1, Thursday, August 8, 1907 Page: 4 of 4
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SPECIAL REMOVAL SALE
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HIGH CLASS STOCK SACRIFICED!-
We Are GOING TO MOVE Our Business
TO C STREET
T NOT OVR GOODS!
rallW r? 1 Br IINIr
TO FILL YOUR PANTRY
SHELVES FOR THE WINTER
That Will Make You Joyous!
WE MEAN BUSINESS
And We Will Make You Money!
So Get In On The Ground Floor
Miss Haskell Weds.
Yesterday overling at six
o'olook'at tho home of her I roth-
or V. W. 'Haslcell of Linooln
townBhip Mies Gertrude May
Ha8koll was quietly married to
Ed S. Vanburnt of Waurika
Evangolist Frank Beach of tho
Christiun ohuroh performing the
osromony in his usual impreGsivo
manner. Both the bride and the
groom aro well known here. Tho
bride waa one of the popular
clerks it tho People's store and
s an accomplished young lady
who by her winning ways has
won many fr.'enda. The groom
was formerly of this oity having
worked in tho O. C. Stephonson
Drug storo. Ho is an upright
energetic young man and ht s
many good qualities and with
tho added treasure of an excell-
ent helpmasei8 destined to make
a suooess in life.
Mrs. Vanbrunt sas married in
a boautiful dre99 of white organ-
die daintly trimmed with Val
laoe and her traveling drees was
of blue and white taffeta silk
with a hat to matoh. The groom
woro the conventional blaok.
Mr. and Mrs. Vanbrunt left
this morning for Watonga where
thoy will spend a few days with
his parents and from there to
Waurika where the groom has
alroady prepared a home fur the
Tho Demoorafc joins their many
friends and acquaintances in
wishing for them a bright and
ONE DAY ONLY
ADMISSION adults 50c
AUllllJJlUn CHILDREN UNDER 9 YEARS 25c
Ticket Wagon Sells Tickets on Arrival of Show on
Grounds to Either Performance
ONLY BIG CIRCUS COMINfi THIS SUMMER
.CIRCUSES - MENAGERIES
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LOCAL NOTICES OFdt
j Wnts For Sale Lost etc. J
It ia almost impossible to tell
you all tho bonofits to be donved
by sending your soiled olothos t
the wash evory wook. The ab j v
refors entiroly to the benefits to
be dorived by you but by folio v.
ing tho abovo dirootionB you will
also be holping those who do
your work. Call No 55 and give
an ordor for our wagon to call
ovory Monday. Anadarko
Steam Laundry. 130tf
FOR RENT Two rosma over
Foley's Grocery storo cool and
nowly papereJ. 150 if
I dyo daily ; lot me dye for you
X58 tf James Adkins.
See Jeff Ford for everything i
meats oannod goods froah vogo
tables daily every thing the best
Phono your orders and they will
bo fillod promptly. Samo atten
tion to ohildron as to grown-ups
BUOQY FOR SAI.K CHEA1
Buggy nowly painted good as
now. Call at Democrat office.
Phone your ordots in wo don'
koop our goods long. Wj pay
tho highest and got tho best and
sell it immediately. Jeff Ford
Why wear that dirty suit? I
will olean it for you tomorrow.
Ladies those soiled skirts oan bo
mado as good as now Try mo
158 tf James Adkins
Good stook of good goods to
sell on good terms if.sold quick.
Near Anadarko. Also havo Block
of merchandise in central Kansas
party is vory anxiouB to trade for
Caddo county farm.
3' d 3t w 110 Baldwin & Gibbs
Feed And Seed Store
Stock and Poultry Feed. Garden
and Field Seed. Phone 1 36.
C H. CLARY Mgr.
J3m Crushed Granite Co. II
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mWm llKAHIlb NJK MLLA51
Street and Cement Work.
Annii For The
Capacity 1600 Tons per day.
(Continued from page 1.)
giving good advice to the young
teaohers just starting out.
Mr. Youngbiood spoke of
county high sohool and of
county superintendent who
wnys works for the good of
schools and pupils. Muoh
thueiasm was shown by
teachers when Mr. Youngbiood
informed them that Miss Wida.
man who is at present seorotary
of the State Association is being
favorably mentioned as its next
proBidont. He urged them to
attend the next association and
work for Caddo county.
Mr. Humo followed Mr. Young-
blood and spoke of the laws o
County superintendent Miss
Widaman then mado an inter-
esting talk giving advioe to
all tho teachers telling them in
what way they could always be
successful in teaohing and in
pleasing the patronB of the
sohools. The Normal will bo out
tomorrow today and tomorrow
being examination and wo wish
that ouch student may bo euor
oossfull in securing his or her
Tho toaohers thon assembled
for tho doting session of the in-
Etilute. After tho examination
regulations were given exoellont
i npromptu talks were given by
After the resolutions had neon
read the association eltcttd tht
President Prof. Sanders
letVioo Pres. " Deane
3rd " Bryan
Secretary Mies Nettie Daniele
Treasurer W. C. Lowdermilk
A midwinter institute and throt
district meetintrd were planned
for next winter.
Mrs. E. T. Conner returned
horns last night from Hennossoy
W ero she has boon visiting her
parents Sho was nooompanied
homo by her sister Mies Clook.
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Mra.Clines Parents Mr. and Mre.
D. D. Hoag.
Geo. Cooper roturnnd yester-
duy from Lawton.
J. M. Phillips came in this
morning from Verden.
B. S. Dixon istransaotirg bus
inees in Oklahoma Cjty toduy.
Miss Almyrrt Miller went toi
Lawton last night on a slu rt
MisB Theresa Franz returned
this morning from a vitit with
Lawton friends. I
Mrs. Conner of Binger is.
1000 People 1 08 Cages and Tableaux
SMALLEST BRUTE ACTORS THE BRAVEST TRAILERS
100-IMPERIAL AMAZING ACTS-100
10-GHAMPI0N BAREBACK RIDERS-10
A REGIMENT OF ACTORS-) I KINDS OF MUSIC
2 HERDS OF PERFORMING ELEPHANTS
DOUBLE HERD of SIBERIAN CAMELS and DROMEDARIES
GENUINE POLAR OR ICE BEARS. BENGAL TIGRESS AND BABIES
8 OPEN DENS OF TRAINED BEASTS 3 HUGE CIRCUS RINGS
STARTLING AERIAL ARTISTS 30 NOVEL MID-AIR ACTS
40 CLOWNSA SINGING LAUGHING LOT OF UN-MAKERS 40
BEN HUR HERD OF ARABIAN STALLIONS
- SUtd of th Black Kc Ftathtr World Bt Trained llorata
Beautiful Bewitching Toyland SiSSS
10000 SEATS FOR 10000 PEOPLE
AT 10 A. M. BACH MORNINO YOU WILL GKTS THB MOS"
GORGEOUS NEW FREE STREET PARADE
Nearly t.ooo PEOPLE AND ANIMALS Actually Participating In this Glorious
Spectacular Romantic Pageant and Tremendous Free Public Display
spending a few days with
and Mrs. E. 0. Kelley
Misa Mabel Carson returned
yestorduy evening from a Bhort
visit with Lawton relatives.
J. Oldham of Outhrie oamo in
this morning for a visit with his
daughter Miss Winnifred.
MiGs Ora Bonnell who has
teen visiting Mrs.Fremont Boyle
went to Chattanoga this morning
Mrs. F. O. Cline and son Neil
of Kansas City arrived in the
oity last evening for a visit with
Mrs. J. M. Whitley left this
morning for La Port.Texas where
she will make an extended visit.
A. B. Farrington arrived in
the oity this morning and will
vieit hie brother F. L for a fw
A. .J Buntin of the RivFiicU
Sohool returned this morning
from a three monthB stay in Nor h
Miss Ruth Harriam returnH
to her home in Ft. Cobb last eve-
ning. Miss Harriaf has been
attending the normal.
Today thero are 120 teaoheiB
sweltering over tho examinations
about one'half the number re-
quired for all the Eohools in the
Mrs J. Mi Callahan of Tuoura-
oari N. M. spent last nigh in the
oity with friends. She is enrouto
home from an extended visit in
Prof. Sager and wife.of Minco
spent yesterday in the oity. Mr.
Satrer is very well known here
He was the first band master
tho first band of Anadarko.
A SERIES OF GRAND FREE OUTSIDE EXHIBITIONS TAKE PLACE ON THE CIR-
CUS GROUND IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE PARADE. EVERYBODY INVITED.
Will Exhibit Rain or Shine Under the Largest Waterproof Tents Ever Con-
structed. Doors Open I and 7 p. m. Performances Commence a and 8 p.m.
Mrj EXCURSION RATES FROM EVERYWHENfct
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J. N. CURNUTT
Makes Paints and Repairs
CARRIAGES AND WAGONS
Will Save You Time and Money"
RENEW the Youth of That Buggy Mlir
with a coat of PAINT N ) W
6th Street North of Citizens Bank.
The following nave boen named
for the oonsus enumerators of
Caddo Porter Stover: Siokles
David EubanV; WaBhington.OliB
Oaks Swan Lake O. Windall
Taylor WhUo Bread A. T.Cook;
Banner B. J. Finoh; Tonkawa
Kobert and John L. Phariss.
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THE PIONEER ABSTRACT COMPANY
Cave the jaly Coxpleie Set of Abstract Books In Caddo .County.
OrriOEtQUooms 4 5 and 6 Holler Building.
Anadarko - Oklahoma
ARTHUR M. LEMON
Graduate Jones Auction Cclloe. Sat
Pocasikt I. T or LaCrosse 0. T
Where does your boy spend
Sunday? The ohuroh of jour
ohoice has a live progressive
Sunday sohool that would be
glad to have his namo enrolled
and oan give him interesting and
valuable instruction. Bring him
and your daughters out next
Sunday at 10 a. m.
O cat w'Eiu wp. buptj
Mrs. Li M. Keeler
Seoy. 168 4td
Dr. F F. GREGSON
Glasses fitted scientifically
Koom 1. Holler Building
Anadarko . Oklahoma.
O E N T I ST
Ofilco over Fair
Storo. All work
Office Over The Fair Store
Mro. iv . Kia b loft laBt night
'or'n.Qvn-. Km sas for a two
weoks.visit with her a'onts.
HAMMERT . AYRFfi
Staple emd Fancy Groceries
FRESH MCATi SAVSAGE AND SALT MEATS
Fisbin Season. Fresh Vegetables etc.
C Stre:tTktwecn 4th 6c 5th. Phone No. 84.
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Herndon, H. R. The Daily Democrat. (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 169, Ed. 1, Thursday, August 8, 1907, newspaper, August 8, 1907; Anadarko, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc81558/m1/4/: accessed December 15, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.