The Daily Democrat (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 111, Ed. 1, Friday, April 10, 1914 Page: 1 of 4
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Kathlyn Series No. 3 At the Broadway Theatre Friday Night. Remember the Date
The Daily Democr
ANADARKO. OKLAHOMA FRIDAY. 10 APRIL 1914
10 GO TO
OsBining N. Y. April 8.-"It
800IH8 boys that ovory timo 1
corao into tho death houso that I
am tho bearoi of bad nows"
aai 1 Wnrdon Clanoy of tho Sing
Sing prison lost night as ho Btood
oloso to tho colls of tho four Kos-
enthnt guninon and told thorn that
thoir appeal to Govornor Glynn
for olomonoy or a now trial had
boon inoffeotuul and that tho gov-
ornor had deoidod not lo intoforo
with tho carrying out of tho death
"Gyp tho Blood" Horowitz was
tho coolost of tho four. "Wo don't
blamo you Warden" ho said.
"You oou't help bringing us
tho bad news but I'm sorry tho
governor turned us down. Wo
won't givo you any trouble war-
den. Wo' 11 take our modioino."
"Whitoy Lowis" Soideushiner
said ho would go to tho chair nn
innooont man. Tho other two gijn-
mon "Lofty Louio" ltosonburg
and "Dago Prank" Cirotfcoi
mado no statotnonl. Thoy soomocl
g Governor Glynn today doolinod
to grant ttio request of livo Jew-
ish clorgymou that ho intorforo
with tho oxooution of tho four
guutnon. Thoy now must dio Moil
Thursday ovoning about Bix
o'olook tho firo dopurtmont yn8
called to HO West Washington.
A two room houso owned by Chris
Soulitt had caught firo from a do
footivo iluo. Tho roof was badly
dauiagod but tho bnlauco of tho
Iioubo was savod. Thoro was $310
insuranco on tho contouts but wo
havo boon unablo to loam how
much was carriod on tho houso.
Atty. Bristow came in on tho
morning train from tho east Friday.
Mrs. A. J. Morris wont to Ok-
lahoma Oity Friday nnd will go
fiom thero to Guthrio to visit hor
Mrs. Fitzpotriok who has beon
to visit hor Bistor in Missouri who
has boon vory siok returned homo
Thoodoro Pruottjroturnod Thurs-
day oftornoon from Pocassol.
Mrs. R. W. Will-'-uns roturnod
from a viBit with frionds in Chiok-
Evorott B. Parker and Harry
Ballingor droppod into tho oity
Thursday morning from Norman
whoro thov areattonding tho Ok-
Seven boys who aro attonding
tho Oklahoma University passod
through tho city Thursday ovon-
ing on thoir way to thoir homos
Tho ladios of tho Episcopal
church willsorvo hot ohiokon pio
and ooiTeo at Eooloston & Uoggins
for your noon day lunch Saturday
Think of a protty Eastor dress
withont a nBat pioco of Brower's
Frank Law's Shining' Parlors
On Sixth Street yxBjEfc
Both Lodfcs and Gentlemen s Work
just Arrived! i
AT MADAM SMITH'S
Three doors west of A. B. C. Stoie
Urn Spring llinery
Also new samples from Buckley Bros.
Madam Smith will continue
S dressmaking through' the summer -$
(Qfy season. Hk
W. H. SEALE
If you want it to bring the highest prices Phone
53 Avenue Hotel.
The First National Bank
Anadarko CflPital and surplus $60000003 v
Wo havo double tho capital and surpms of
llrlgiQrj3 any other bank In Anadarko.
Wo have no oxceasive loans no bills paya-
ble or rediscounts.
No officer or director 'of this bank owes ft a
Wo solicit your business whether largo or
T F. Woodard. President. I. E. cox Cashier.
L. W. Myers Vice-President. R. B. Popejoy Asa't Cashier
Say They Disobeyed Orders
of Their Chief. Williams
Oklahoma City April U.
ClmrgcB Mint tlioir dismissal was
rosult of thoir avowed support of
"Bob" Williams onndidnto for
tho domocrntio nomination for
govornor hnvo boon inndo by tho
fivo uppraiBora of tho stnto school
and dopurtmont rooontly "laid
off" by Soorotary John It. Wil
liams. Thoso charges aro being
invosttgatod by throo members ol
trio commission. It. 11. Wilson
stato school siiporintondont Jos-
eph iMoClelland stato auditor and
G. T. Bryan prosidont ot tho
stato board of agrioulturo con-
stituting a majority of tho com
Tho approisors aro boiug ques-
tioned by tbo throo mombois nnd
ono doolarod that Socrotary Wil
Hams had stated to him that "tho
prarics of Oklahoma aro dotted
with tho bleached and whitonod
bonos of tho men who havo dared
to opposo mo uolitically. " Thoy
further doolarod that tho immedi
ate ooubo of thoir removal was
that thoy had retusod to go into
n political deal whereby tlm mem-
bers of tho stato school laud
dopurtmont would support J. B.
A. ItobertBon William's oppon-
ent in return for Itobortson's on-
dorsomont of tho Cruco adminis-
tration. Tho statomont has boon issued by
tho soorotary of tho dopartmont
that tho appraisors woro"lnid ofl''
because of tho dosiro to eliminate
usoloss oxponso whon thoro waB
nothing at tho prcsont timo for
thom to do in tho dopartmont
and tho ohargo is made by tho
supportors of tho socrotary that
tho nppraisois are seeking to torco
thoir roinstatomont by charging
tho political deal.
CADDO CO. MEETS
Fiiday nnd Saturday April 10
Evmits for Friday
8 to II a. m. TonohorB rsadiui;
l'80 p in. written spoiling con-
lost 1 ;80 p. in. Tonohars nteoointiou
8 p. m. Oral spelling otmtost.
8 p. in. Girl's bskot ball by
Fort Cobb nnd AnndArico teams to
do5ido the championship of tho
1C a. in. Boys banket bnll.
8 a. in. Spelling ooutust ootitin-
uod.v 0 a in. Bnso bnll
0 a. in. Tennis.
1 p. a Trnok most.
W 1ND30R HOTEL
Itooms noat and cloan $1 to $2
Mrs. Havons Prop.
Chickens For Sale
Ohiclcons for salo 10 cents ouch
1 to 5 days old. J. M. Karr 207
N 11th Stroot.
Beautiful Easter Gifts can - bo
soleoted with oaso at Browor's
Mrs. Jean Yates who has boon
visiting frionds in ChiokaBha ro-
turnod homo Thursday ovoning.
Thos Graham JohnJBrown and
Bill i ampboll all attonding Ok-
lahoma Univorsity aro in tho city"
sponuing tho Eastor vacutioa with
homo folks and frionds nnd also
to witnosa tho fourth annual Cad-
cio county truok and field moot
which is to bo held horo Saturday
You had bettor got ono of thoso
V shaped pins at Brewer's Jowol-
Comploto sot of Oivil Sorvico
Lossons with answora sont to
any address for $-1. Instructions
froo. Anadorko Commercial Coi-
logo. Buy our Sunday dinner at tho
cookod food Balo givon by tho
ladies of tho Episcopal church
Saturday at Ecoloston & Ooggina
Wanto.l by oldorly gontlonnn
with cotnfortablo homo and
woll fixed in lifo a middlo agod
lady good looking noat in dross
and housekeeping and good cook
Tho ladios of tho Episcopal
church will givo an Eastor lunch
eon in oannootion with thoir
cooked food saio at Ecoloston 'As
Ohiokon pie squab pio sand-
wichos cako ami coHeo will bo
served from II n. m. tod p. in.
Don't fail to attend this rrIo
and got your Sunday dinnor ready
Tho Episcopal churoh will hnvo
thoir lint regular aervico en Sun-
day April Ulth. Thoy will havo
tho ElRono choir horo on that
dny.Evervbody is invitod to at-
tend. Row II. ilopgood Fny will
bo tho resident praaohor and sor-
vicos will be regular cftor this
Gold Front LINGERIE
CLASPS $1.00 a sot at Browor's
ForSalo Taam of large 1 jeur
old miflos. M. Dcstor Sty miles
east and one milo south of Steokor
Ohiokon pio squab pio. sand
wichos und coifoo will be sorvod
at tho Eastor luncheon givon by
tho Ladios of tho Episcopal church
Saturday at Ecoloston & (loggiuB.
Wnntou l or D lamest tor (lorn
onatrating. Salary $1 per day
Call at Avenuo ilotol and let mo
explain. Ask for Mrs. Nollio L.
Whon you want to solcot a gift
that is beautiful nnd.long lasting
don't forgot to visit Browor'B
For Ront Two good offico
rooms for ront ovor F. J. Calla-
han's Hardwaro Storo.
A pullman containing 25 now
recruits for field sorvico in Undo
Sam's army passed through tho
city Thursday afternoon bound
for tho Fort at Sill. The mon
woro reoruitod in Now York stnto
and loft homo last Monday morn-
ing. Nono of thom have ever
boon out of Now York Btnte
boforo and tho Indians woro es-
pecially interesting to thom.
Thoy will be placed in the Bth
N USER) TO NIG I IT
'Tho Rolio"2 teols.
"ThiTDeoreo of Justice"
"Tho Advonturos of Kathlyn"
For Ront Two nioo rooms
furnished or ruufurnished. Mrs.
M. F. Baum 001 West Brondwny
Sun Proof.Wonder nnd Almotn.
Steam Woslier for salo by J. C.
Stolznor A: Son.
By n voto of four to throo witk
tho mayor votinir no. tho it
counoil wont on rooord Thursday
"K'unsi purolinsing an auto
firo wagon. Four nldnrmnn -.
Tho tost voto was brought out
by the following resolution which
had boon introduood and was up
That tho firo oominitteo bo nnd ia
horo by instructed toprocood fortlu
witli to purchnso an auto fire
oquipmont comploto to tako tho
ploco of tho prosont firo wrtgoa
nnd horsosjon tho followinjr con.
ditions and torniB. Tho wagon to
bo vnluod nt not loss than 700
togothor with 1000 as first pay-
mont whon said auto oqutpinout
is dolivorod to tho oity of Anadar-
ko tho romaing jiaymonts in throo
annually payments drawing G por-
cont interest all paymonts to bo
paid out of tho wator "and light
imi " ii WJ " iiuuuninu
I Pioneer Drug Store
Fable ol the Two Frogs
Onco upon n timo thoro woro
two frogs Porcy nnd Johnny.
Porey was lazy but Johnny was n
hustler. Whilo playing nround a
spring houso thoy foil into n Jjar
"Oh my ohjmy" wailod Porcy
'I aeo our finish. Wo'll botn bo
drovMiod or Btarvo to doath. Wo
can't got out of this moss."
"Isoh kn Bibblo" said Johnny
Frog. "Uheor up and watoh mo.
And jou do ua I do."
Then Johnny Frog bogan to
kick and strugglo. In a short timo
tho cream t'.iokonod avd it was
not lung until they had churned
an island of button Johnny nnd
Percy olirabed up on tho islnnd
and hopped out to snfoty
"Now you seo what huBtling
doos" said Johnny. "Hnd I giv-
on up and roniainod quiet doing
nothingt wo should both hnvo
boon drownod. "
Johnny Frog is hustling busi-
ness for PuulKnisor's Confeotion-
Is Located 4 doors west
and are carrying a full line of
Paints Varnishes and Glass
H House Cleaning: ""V8 nar nnd " n'e
- --5 looking for you in to
make your.solootion of wall pupor nndjothor nooossiUos.
Our wall pupor lino is comploto plain and figured out
moots with fnnoy out out bordors varnish tilo striped
nnd figuiod 'designs in faot n good assortment of all
Id nils. Also can recommond good roaponsiblo workman
tdo yoar work.
We bought'this wall paper at a iow fig-
ure and will give vou the benefit of it.
Complete Line ol Drugs and Patent Medicine
Karl Douglass Drug Go.
Addross Box 9") Anadarko.
orv a ndUafo
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