The Daily Democrat. (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 235, Ed. 1, Thursday, October 29, 1908 Page: 4 of 4
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I. Desflto'crai WANT Advertisements
ll! nrtiNG RESULTS "' ' "I
Not exceeding 5 Linos 3 Days 2Fs Ono Welt wlthouchangc 4dc'.
Have you Found or do you Want to TRY A.
Find iiuy or Sell SomcthinR? Then J 'Democrat Want Ad
FOR SALE 13 room boardinff houBC
A bargain. Addrenn C2 care Daily
Democrat. 227 3
WANTED-A Rood tfirl for general
r housework. Mra. Geo- Ford 223tf
FOU SALE L 18 B23 Anadarko. Sec
M. Cline on premises. .
FOR KENT Newly furflishd modern
ro6m8 with bath.four doora east Star
meat market acronu Lawton track
for men only. 230 dC
FOR SALE-4 room house; 50 foot lot
$5C0. Coll or phono Hnldwln & Glbbs
Co. I'hono 209. 233 2t
LOSTr-Silk wnlch folf with a heart
nhaped locket between Baird'a con-
fectionery and Kccler'n residence.
Finder return it to Clyde Kcelcr and
receive reward. 23G 2td
WANTED Pupils on violin and cor
net. Terms reasonable. G. L. Ko-
dcr Dreamland theatre. 229 tf
WANTED-At once girl to do genera
housework for small family. Inquire
R. J. Liston Fair Dcp't store. 224 tf
LOST LadicB gold watch. Finder
leave' at this ofllco and rccoiro re-
Phone No. 293.
LOST A bay colt C months old left
white hind foot. W. F. Schocn
boven. 233 2t
FOR SALE-2 roosters C hens 15
' pullets pure blood Black Orphington
chickens; fine winter layers. Fifty
other chickens. L. M. SriVKV
235 3td 1 tw Anadarko.
HAMMERT & AYRES
Staple .nd Famcy Groceries
FHESH MEATS SAUSAGE AND SALT MEATS
Fisb'Jn Season. Fresh Vegetables etc.
C Street '& 6th Phone No. 84.
' Our business tainoToaBing very
niooly sinoo wo havo athorouph-
ly oompotent laundryman for
jwhioh wo thank our patrons but
thoro aro othors who ehttu'lfd bo
on our list of patronB. Lot ifB bo
your laundoror. Anadarko loo
fc Laundry Cd. 232 d5
Mrs. J. T. Hazol of Ardmore
who haa been visiting frionda in
and near Anadarko roturnod to
hor homo tbia morning.
Now is tho timo to insure
againe) firotornadowind storms
burglary theft steam boiler ex
plosions plato glass breakage
aooidont eioknoBO liability of
omployeoa oto. Tho HEECE
AGENCY haa a largo number of
tho strongest and most prompt
paying oompanios in tho world to
protoot you. The reoords of the
paBt provo that dolayB aro dan
gorouB. Insure today. 231 dO wl
f Boone Hito haa just returned
fnm k trtn with (Jnvnrnnr Has
LOCAL IIJEMS Mpnvjy'
soonos jUBt reooivod at tho post
offioo book etcrro. Just what you
want for your frionda away. Get
a sot today. d3t
Mra. Botty Parka and Mrs- J.
R. Bugham of Ft. Cobb wero
shopping in tho oityyoatorday.
1 . flln JlAlrtK In Irfhraoo-'P NofWin
mont today. d
Fresh horse radleh piokled pig
foot Phono No. 11 Best on
Earth. 233 tf
Juno Oldham is transacting
businesa in Yordon today
Bulk olfves bulk rainoo moat
Dill pioklos yes every thing at
Jeff Ford'a Phono No. 11. 233 tf
Mra. L. M. Spivoy iB on the
If you are without a pano
CoombB Bros. oan givo you ono.
Window glass in all shapes and
zes. 220 dCwl
Romember tho now feed store
at the Honninger Bottling Works
Phono No. 200. gtd
Your bout linona and wearing
apparel will reoelvo tho boat at
tention by tho Anadarko loo fe
Laundry Co. 232 d5
John Showon of Tedda ia in
tho oity taking tho teaohora ex-
amination. Wo etoam oluan and press
skirts and men's euitB. Inquire
of driver or phono 55 for priooa.
Anadarko Ioe & Laundry Co 6t
Loo Hite has moved in what is
known as tho Jas. Whitley prop
orty on South Boundary
Lot us figuro with you on oan-
ned goods for tho winter. Big
lino of vogetablea and fruits at
wholesale prioea at O. P.SkaggB.
Mr and Mrs. F. W. Cox went
totSteoker last night to look after
Borne personal business
68 1-2 acres of fine Washi-
ta bottom land for sale 1-2
mile from Anadarko. Will
sell in 10 or 20 acre tracts.
d3 w3 Baldwin & Gibbs Co.
Dem.ocra.t4xi Campaign to
!' (Jlosj..Saffrday Kight.'V
i ay ii. -?m
Speoial attention ia givon to
family washing. By tho pound.
W o do not solioit your patron
age boonuao wo aro a homo in
dustry but beoauao wo aro doing
juBt ae good work as Ib dono by
Wiohita Wellington or any
other laundry. Anadarko loo &
Laundry Co. 232 d5
Mrs Rev. Huaoor of Lookoba
spent yoBtorday visiting at tho
Wosloy Child's homo.
C. H. Aorea of Chioago who
has boon visiting with Charles
Tuoker and family loft on tho
morning train for Brownvillo
Mra. Joff Ford left on tho morn
ing train for Pauls Yalloy to visit
a few days and oxpoota to bring
tho littlo daughter of B. B. Dio
Mra. Eugeno Fiahor who has
been visiting relatives and friends
for tho past two wooks returned
to her homo in Kingfisher thia
Tho Quintano and his Royal
Italian Conaert band will bo at
theMoAninoh opera houae Nov.
2 and oomee highly reoommond
ed aslone of tho boot and moat
popular aonoort bands out on tho
J. H Russell who is with the
Grain Mill Mfg. company left
this morning for tho north part
of the atato to be gone .several
I weeks. Mra. Russell will oon
tiuuo her visit with frionda in the
The demooratio oampaign
Anadarko will oloso so far aa
spoaking assignments by tho
state committee aro oonoornod
with two speeohes one by Hon.
T H. Reoord who oomes to
morrow night and will apeak at
the oourt hoUBo in the; evening at
8 o'olook and on Saturday night
Hon Milton Bryan will' epoak at
tho oourt house at 8 o'olook
Both gontlomen aro woll known
and are known as exoellent
speakers and aro thoroughly
posted on the Isbuos of thooam
paign. Every one should hear
New Feed Store
Wo will handle all kinda of
feed at tho lowoat possible oash
prioe at tho Honninger Bott Wka
Phono 206. Staoy & Hill. Otd
.Highest Price in County Now
Being "aid for Cotton t
Wednesday 60 bales of cotton
were delivorod in Anadarko the
prioo ranging from $8.52' to
S8J0. Ab a ootton market Ana-
darko is loading tho county and
all surrounding towns the high-
est prioo being paid horo at all
times. Farmora know thia and
aro bringing thoir ootton to Ana
darko from long distanooB be
oauoe of tho prioo and tho fair
treatment they reooivo.
Tho Brooklyn Rooord says
that Now York'a woll known
Royal Italian Conoert band is
oomposod of 50 piooes ia not a
new organization but haa stood
the teat for years playing three
oonseoutivo years in Now York's
moot popular reBorts.
For Chattel Loans
Soo J. C. Tingloy offioo Curio
store Main St. botwoon Fifth and
Sixth streets. 227 Gtd
Soapl Soapl Soap!
You oan buy throo bara of the
famous buttermilk toilet soap
for lOo at the Bazaar Saturday
Oot. 31. 232 d3 w3
Oldest Missouri Editor.
Tho oldest editor in Mlsspurl Is
Lowls Lompkln of tho Lves Summit
Journal who haa Juat celebrated bla
seventy-third birthday. During stxtj
years of his llfo ho has been in tho
newspaper buslnoaa. When he first
began this kind of work la 1847. thora
wero not moro than a score of news
paper or printing cstabltahmonta hi
tho state. Chicago Chronicle.
Religions In Boston.
The Hot. Dr. Charles A. Crane ot
Uoston after careful Inquiry has corns
to the conclusion that there aro aboat
140 different kinds ot ralttfon In thai
Honey apples nuts
Coffo sugar eyrup
Candy oraokerB bread
Tobaooo cigars snuft
Coooa ohooolate ooooanut
Oysters Salmon sardines
Pioklos ketchup .mustard
Peaohoa pears grapea
Hominy pumpkin corn
Spuda oniona oabbage
Grooorios and Hoover's Moat
Prioea always right.
Anadako Grocery Co.
Aftir Wlttfom Tetth.
Tho latter part ot a yrtao man's Ufa
la taken up rn curing tho follUs preju-
dices and false opinions he had con-
tracted In the former. Dean Swift.
Callahan has the
most complete line fo
Cook Stoves and heaters
ever brought to Anadarko.
It will pay you to see his
line before purchasing
your fall and winter
goods. 197 dtf
A few'.mote days and the election campaign will be a thing of the past it's Bill Bryan or Bill Taft. In Youngheim's good clothes
campagin we expect to win on merits we count on yourjvote because we count on your good sense: and every man votes sooner or later
on just how good his clothes are to be.
Hart Schailner 4 Marx
The Society Brand
Michael Stern - Co.
clothes are the right kind for your vote.
Take your choice of either brands and you win. Drop into our polling place any day
You'll get value for your money such as you can't get in any other way.
Suits and Overcoats $18 to $30
If you would have the best Suit for $12.50 or $15
UK you must come t0 Youngheim's for it- The value that these prices represent are pos-
uveiy unpuruueu m mc uiacory 01 gooa ciotaes seuiug m mis city lne lines at inese
prices are enormously big and satisfactory in every sense of I the word. The fabrics
are pure wool worsteds in brown olive mode and grey shades guaranteed fast color
and faultlessly tailored. No better illustration of Youngheim's underselling could be
: desired than these matchless suit values at
$12.50 and $15.00
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Roberts, A. S. The Daily Democrat. (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 235, Ed. 1, Thursday, October 29, 1908, newspaper, October 29, 1908; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc81627/m1/4/: accessed April 21, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.