The Daily Democrat (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 132, Ed. 1, Friday, July 10, 1914 Page: 1 of 4
The Daily Democrat
ANADARKO OKLAHOMA FRIDAY JULY B 10 1?U
Lora Thurston Stock Co.
Presents the dramatization oi Marie Corellis immortal novel
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hort Length Ri
Jurlir Ro inson will spe; k
in Anadnrko Satttrdty at 2
P. M. Come ard hear him.
A story of Neopolitan integrity love and revenge
Finest costumes ever seen in Anad arko
iOc and 15c
The First National Bank
Condensed Statement of Its Condition at the
-TCIore-bf Business June 30th -191C
Loans and Discounts $180093.81
Warrants & Bouds 21.401.2S
U. S. Bonds 25000.00
Real Estato Purnlturo and Fixtures - 12500.00
Othor Real Estates. ...... .... 10509.(2
Cash and Sight Exchange. 106265.11
Total $36 1772.77
Capital Stook $50000.00
Surplus and Earnings - 15015.52
Total - $30 1.772.77
Tho above statemont is correot
I. E. COX Oashior
LADIES AID AT
Tho LadicB Aid social givon by
.iurs. mariv uoazojaajvussisteu uy
J Mosdamos Ray and Aldridgo was
1 a BUCooBs in every way. A letter
social contest was thoroughly en-
joyod whon cards woro passed rop-
resonting a flowor of difForont
kinds. Miss Blanche Baker and
Miss Edna Leazonby kept tho
room ful)of sweot piano music
j the ontiro aftornoon all of which
waB highly appreciated. Tho
guest) then matohod ndvortis-
Imonts for partners for refresh-
ments. Delicious homo mado ico
'oroam. light and dark cako and
lemonado woro served. Tho little
people wore served on tho lawn
of this boautiful now homo J
sovoral kodak pioiure3 woro
takon of tho children and the woo
babes after which tho guosts and
aid members camo out on tho
poroh and a snap shot was takon
of thorn. Thcro woio thirty sovon
bosidos tho ohildron prosont. Do.
spito tho hoat ovorybody doolarod
vho aftornoon woll spoilt.
Thq Apaohe.lndians arj anxiois
to hare preaching of somo knd
in tho elm roh that U now uno
oupiod. The Indians claim tho
ohurohos help to keop tho peoplo
from dri ftiug back to the o'd wajs
of living. They say there has boen
no services held in their church
for mouths. This story came to
the Democrat by one of tho In.
dians from Hint district. Thoy
soom to be anxious to have church
AT HALF PRICE
Shoes One Fourth off
Dress Goods and
ONE FIFTH OFF
Cut Prices see them
Nine young ladios. Misses Mar.
guorito Millor Fern Brooks Ruth
M itcholl. Wanda and Nellie VVator-
man Bessio Eastman Kathriue
Pfail' and Mary Clark havo been
onjoying tho hospitality of Rev.
and Mrs. S. V. Fait nt thoir couu-
try homo oast of tho city. Tho
young ladies mado tho trip out in
oars Tuesday aftornoon. Tho o -oning
was spont in musio and
panics on tho lawn. Tho Bwim.
ing pool was tho principle feature
of attraction for tho young ladies
At a lato hour Wodnesday ovon-
ing aftor thanking Rov. ai d
Mrs Fait for tho pleasant time
thoyroturnod to their homos.
the President's Speeia
W. .1. Barnott president State ElkB Association has ar-
ranged with Rook Island to opjrato spooial train to Donvor
for tho accommodation of Elksand thoir frionds on tho follow-
As a Special Inducement to those who
wear : : : : :
Palm Beach Suits
I am making the special low prices on same for clean
ing and pressing.
The method I use absolutely! prevents fading.
THESE P1IICES ARE QN'PAIM BEACH SUITS ONLY
Acme Clean'! & Dye Works
Thoro will bo proaohing in tho
Episcopal ohuroh Sunday morn
ing. Everybody invitod to attend.
Lv. Shawnee 0:30 P. M. July llth
Lv. Oklahoma City 7.40 P. M. July llth.
Lv. El Rono 8.40 P. M. July llth.
Lv. Enid 10.20 P M. July llth.
Ar. Denver 7 3C P. M. July 12th.
This train will consist of tho latost modern Pullman
equipment including observation car Rock Island dining
cars and buffet library car.
Spooial Pullman oar will loavo Anadarko 5.80 P. M.
July 21th and connect with Speoial at El Reno Round trip
rato from Anadarko only $21.40.
Forcomplote information regarding tickets and birth ieser-
vations soo your local agont or wrjto the undersigned.
Fay Thompson J. F. Emorioh
Div Pass. Agt. Trav. Pass Agt.
Oklahoma City Okla Oklahoma City Okla.
118 East Broadway
Goods called for and delivered.
W. H. Smith Prop.
Hat salo at Mmo. Smiths. Watoh
Tho rivor seems to bo quite a
plaoo for passing a woary hour in
R. N. A.
Tho Koyal Neighbors of Amer-
ica initiated a class of fivo Thurs-
day night. ThiB was tho finishing
up of tho olass of twonty two
novontoon having boon initiatod
two weeks before.
City warrants issuod against the
salary fund aro now payable up
to and including No. 217.
Hugh Graham Treas.
HATS! hats! hats! ohoap. Mmo
Mrs. E. H. Luitwoilor and
little daughter Doss aro visiting
rjlativos in Bonham Texas.
Lost A black parasol namo
aud address out in tho woodan
handle. Findor please loavo it at
tho Democrat and bo rowarded.
Soo Mmo. Smith tVtl'esonho
Mises Mabel and Ida Gobs
of MoAlestor are visiting their
nunt Mrs. David F. Davis.
Littlo Earl Orabtioo loft Friday
for a visit with frionds in Apnoho
Worthy Myors haB accepted h
position with Paul Kaisor again.
Worthy is an alround good follow
behind tho countor. His overy
aim is to plBaso tho peoplo. In
this way ho kills two birds with
one stono; ho ploaeos his omployor
Albert Loomis was in Ft Cobb
Tho Missionary Society of the
M. E. ohuroh south wiligivo nn
Ico Croara Sooial Saturday ovon-
ing on tho court Iioubo squaro.
instead of thoir cookod food sale.
Woodson E. Norvoll of Tulsa.
oandidato for Lioutonant Govornor
was in tho oity Thursday gotting
acquainted with tho peoplo. Mr.
Norvoll advises us that ho is moot
ing with a groat deal of encourage
mont in his campaign in difforont
parts of tho State.
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.)
1st Prize - $10.00
2nd Prize - 7.00
3rd Prize - 3.00
The contest holds goods until JJuly 18 atwhich time
we will get 3 business men not interestedjas judges. J
Address all communications to
Lyon & Mathews Co.
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