Anadarko Daily Democrat (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 265, Ed. 1, Thursday, December 3, 1908 Page: 4 of 4
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HAMMERT & AYRES
Staple and Fa.ncy Groceries
FRESH MEATS SAUSAGE AND SALT MEATS
Fish in Season. Fresh Vegetables etc.
C Street & 6th Phone No. 84.
Deuly Democrat Office
IS UEITER. PREPARED .TO DO THAT
for you '' in any other printing
office .. tie county. We have
competent w )rkmen and turn out
promptly ... Jiing but good work.
LET US FIGIM WITH YOU ON
YOUR MXT M OF PRINTING
Sfie DAii-Y DEMOCRAT
Office: B. St. between 4th and 5th
North of Court House.
9ioneer Mtfraet tc.
0ldeat Mistraet Kempany in addo Geunti(
Railroad Time Table
All Trains Daily Except As Noted
WEST HOUND l EAST BOUND
o 731 1U;1U a. m.i a 731 9.30 a. m
a 733 4:00 t. m
Nos 733 and 7 34 run between
a 754 9:30 a. m.
n 75G G.10 p. m.
32 6:20 p. m
Olahoma City and Mangum.
a 753 . ..
...4:00 p. m.
J10:25 a. m.
H. G. HARVEY Agent.
Don' l overlook the Dining Room furni-
ture. A set of beautiful dining room chairs
and a table in golden oak or Early English
would make a splendid appearance and add
much comfort and enjoyment to the Christ-
We are offering this week White Oak Dining Chairs at
75c up to $4.50 and Buff ett as low as $17.00 and China
Closets from $17.50 up.
K1NDEL SOIYIERSAULTIC DAVENPORTS
GUNN BOOK CASES
HOOSIER KITCHEN CABINETS
ECCLESTON & COGGINS
Furniture and Undertaking.
Day Phono 178
Night Phone S2
Subscribe for (lie DEMOCRAT
Tho bigot Is somotlmos pretty llttlo.
Tho dond sure thing Is ofton so dead
that It enn't be rosuscltatod.
Tlio men who borrows xnonoy on
his futuro nevor catchos up with it.
The (llfforciico batwoon n man and
n mule Is that n inula kicks with his
Don't ask a candid mnn for his hon-
est opinion unless you aro propared
for a Jolt.
No Mnudo doar wo wouldn't say
thnt tho peoplo who live on tick r.ro as
regular as clockwork.
When a man's wlfo begins to lee-
turo him on the sins of gambling It's
h pretty sure sign ho has been losing.
When n fellow has moro money than
ho knows what to do with ho always
has a lot of friends anxious to tell
First Actor "Henry Uamphat has
had a five-cent cigar named after
him." Second Actor "I hope It draws
better than Hamphat docs."
Nell "Jack asked mo to marry him
last night." Bollo "Did ho press you
for answer?" Nell "Press mo? Ho
noarly squeezed tho Hfo out of me."
When a man wears a swallow-tail
coat and a woman wears a dccollcto
gown It proves that clothes don't nviko
tho man or lack of them the woman.
SAID BY THE OWL.
In hustling for No. 2 a widow looks
out for No. 1.
Tho average man keeps a lot
ready-mndo excuses on tap.
In after years what a man doesn't
know his son cau teach him.
A man's enjoyment of a cigar Is
not governed by the cost thoreof.
You are not entitled to much credit
for doing tho things you want to do.
The outcome of n trip on the matrl
monlal sea depends largely on tho bal-
last How a man does like to havo his
wlfo refer to him ns an authority on
A woman Isn't necessarily tho sun-
shtno of a man's life because she
makes It hot for him.
When n man shouts his virtues from
the housetop it's time for people to
sit up and take unfavorable notlc3.
Every married woman shoulc
Imagine that her husband Is tho onlj
man who has brains enough to under
If tho festive gobbler escapes tho
Thanksgiving slaughter on account of
old age ho bhould rejoice becauso of
his tough luck.
REFLECTIONS OF A BACHELOR.
The reason the baby Is always sn
smart Is because Its parents aren't.
When a girl meets a man sho likes
In tho street by accident it hardly
All a woman has to do to be nblo to
manage a man is not to bo married to
The reason a woman can think hen
husband Is clover is becauso sho
knows ho Isn't.
A woman can deceive everybody
about how sho trusts her husband es-
If a man didn't waste his money on
bis own fnvorlto foolishness ho would
on somo other fellow's.
When a mnn prefers to llvo In the
suburbs he wouldn't If his wlfo would
lot him llvo In tho city.
A good thing about a college educa-
tion would bo if somebody could In-
vent a way to mako It useful to a man.
Ono of tho delights about gambling
Is how tho men who do It can always
tell when thoy win and never when
A girl would much rather you told
her how pretty sho is than how much
brains sho has but you might Just as
well toll her both.
Notice M. W. A.
All members of Modern Woodmen
of America Camp No. 10025 aro re
quested to bo present Monday evening
Dec. 7 ns there will bo "Something
Our Numbor 881 10A. noarly level
all tillable 35 in cultivation 4 mllos
from Anadnrko. Small house wind-
No. 1105 School land 100 A close
10 Anadarko including crops and tools
second bottom 70A broke 2 houses.
A largo number of Washita and
Cache bottom fatms fine corn and
Baldwin & Glbbs Co.
2G3 2td 2tv Anadarko Olka.
All kinds of good things to
tho Palace bakery. Fresh
pics cakes candies etc.
2G2 tf H. C. Barz
" tune's vvneci.
Turn Fortune turn thy wheel and low
cr the proud:
Turn thy wild wheel thro' sunshine
torm and cloud:
Thy wheel and thee we nolther lova
Turn Fortune turn thy wheel with smll
With that wild wheel wo go not up or
Our hoard Is little but our hearts ar
fimllo and we smile the lords of manr
Frown and wo smile tho lords ot. our
For man Is man and master of his fate.
Turn turn thy wheel a!ovo the staring
Thy wheel and thou art shadows In the
Thy wheel and thee Kvo neither love nor
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
in the State of Oklahoma at the close of business. November 27 1908.
Loans and Discounts . . .......
Overdrafts secured and unsecured
U. S. Boi.ds to secure circulation
Premium on U. S. Bonds
Bonds securities etc.
Banking house furniture and fixtures .
Due from National Banks (not reserve agents)
Due irom state Banks and Bankers .. . .
Due from approved Reserve agents "....
Checks and other cash items "'".'""'.. !""."!""
Notes of other National Banks "..."". .......
Fractional paper currency nickels and cents
LAWFUL MONEY RESERVE IN BANK VIZ-
Legal-tender notes 8365.00
Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (S per cent circulation).
Capital stock paid in . . ... $ 50000.00
Surplus und 5000.00
Undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid - 4413.66
JNationai mnk notes outstanding - 25000.00
Due to other National Banks (Deposits)
Due to State Banks and Bankers (Deposits)
Individual deposits subject to check
Time certificates of deposit . .
Cashier's checks outstanding -
Orators Have Free Hand.
Prof. Masterman lecturing at Cam-
bridge on modern England and tho lib-
erty of tho subject' said thero was
enough treason spoken In Hydo park
London on Sunday afternoons to fill
a German fortress. Instead tho ora-
tors went homo to tea. It Is a remark-
able fact however added tho lec-
turer that thero Is no stato In Europo
whero attacks on tho sovereign aro so
rare or so strongly resented by the
people at large.
Prevent Bowl from Splitting.
If the wooden chopping bowl Is
stood upsldo down when not In iff
there will bo no danger ot its snlltt'n.
STATE OF OKLAHOMA COUNTY OF CADDO ss:
I I. E. Cox Cashier of the above-named bank do solemnly swear that
above statement is true to the best of ray knowledge and belief.
I. E COX Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2nd day of December 1908.
A. E. BALDWIN Notary Public
Correct Attest: T. F. WOODARD
L. W. MYERS.
R. BEN POPEJOY
Loans and Discounts .. . . $17GG98.98
U. S. Bonds and premium 25750.00
Banking house F. and.F. 13000.00
Cash and Sight Exchange 127945.69
Capital .Stock $50000.00
Surplus and Earnings. 9.413.CG
Play Is work that you don't havo
Never hlro a traveling man whoso
waistcoat Is moro Insistent than his
Don't rlso so high In your calling
that you soo only ono Bldo of your
Tt'n trim thnt n mnrliln ntnhin 1i.3 nn
--- -"-"" """" -""!' "- I
lauus uut men it lias no friends
Thero aro plenty of doors laboled
"Pull" but tho majority after all
bta. .!; lejjo.id "Push."
T'i :v aro solf-mado men In this
! t "o ought to bo suffering from
I. ; I"' ctt's Jlagazlno.
M I THIS LAMLATANDSrUnVtYEAKS
B m.-iJ.Li or KNOW (WO HOWt u
When You Are Ready To
Choose Your Fall Suits
you are particularly invited to .make our elothing
room a call. You have to examine several lines to
get posted to be able to judge which is the best. We
do the same thing iu a larger way to keep up-to-date
All good dressers have the ambition to wear the
best. Wo ask for a chance
To Show You
how superior Stein-Bloch and Sampeck clothing set
off your figure.
How much style is put iu their make-up; they aro
the pioneers of modern High grade clothes and are
still maintaining the lead.
These goods in fit style and quality are so supe-
rior that thoy have driven the merchant tailor out
of business except for irregular shaped figures.
Give Us a Try-On
Wo will not bore you to buy will not havo to.
Prices $15.00 to $25.00.
A GREAT SHOE DEFT
at our place. When looking at suits
have Mr. Cargill show you tho new
shoes. It will interest you
EDWIN CLAPP SHOES
$6.00 and $7.00
$4 and $5 00
aro tho Two best makes sld. We can
fit all feet .narrow or widnhortor long
to examine our new Fall Underwear
havo a great assortment to please tho
MEDIUM WEIGHT RIBBED
UNION SUITS THAT WILL FIT.
$1.00 1.50 2 00 2.50 3.00.
LIGHT WEIGHT FINE WOOLENS
$1.50 2.00 2.50.
If you arc particular about your
Underwear bo sure and see u.
The Fair Dep. Store
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