Anadarko Daily Democrat (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 273, Ed. 1, Saturday, December 12, 1908 Page: 4 of 4
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is Closing Out
His Season's Stock Of
AT HALF' PRITES
Ladies $10 Hats at
Ladies $5 Hats at
Ladies $4 Hats at
Your Choice for Half Price
250 Pairs of Shoes at Cost
50 Pieces of Dress Goods at Cost
Blankets and Flannels Very Cheap
Hammond Dry Goods Co.
ubscribe for the DEMOCRAT
5 LI AlIlfCDT Sr AVDCO
Staple a.nd Fa.ncy Groceries
FRESH MEATS SAUSAGE AND SALT MEATS
Fish in Season. Fresh Vegetables etc.
C Street & 6th Phone No. 84.
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DoxBall is the rage in the City
- of Anadarko.
Out classesall games the people
X eel lent for everyone good for
Beats early rising wisdom and
Amusement attraction for ladies
Likes and repeated again and
Iook up the parlor in center of
Bring your friends to enjoy the
Our parlor equipped in a manner
With every appointment right
Light healthful exercise recrea-
Is found every time you enter
low the game is as Simple as
two twos make four.
God prize is offered tfothe best
nignest score ai
Finest cliocolntc creams
enson'a Drug Btoro.
Miues Gortrudo and Corlne Wmle
nre in ML View viitiing frlonds.
"Hoxall" Komedieunt Stophon&on'a
Drug store. 261 tf
Miss Ulclinnl is a Lnwton visitor
Finest cliocolnte creams at Stephen-
son's Drug store. 251 tf
Misses Mnrion and Sylvia Franz
are spending Sunday with home folks.
You can buy that Christmas present
chenper nt fho Bazaar. 209 -ltd ltw
Miss lino Foster is visiting in Ft.
Saturdays chocolate cremns 20 cents
n pound nt Stephenson's Drug store.
Mrs. Frank Stone of tlio Bryan
hotel is shopping in Chicknshn today.
Saturdays chocolate creams 29 cents
a pound at Stephenson's Drug store.
Leo Harvey who has been confined
to his bed for sovcrnl days is im-
proving. A frcsli lino of those famous fruit
cakes mado by tho National Biscuit
Co. a Skaggs. ' Call up and leave
your ordor as we only have a few of
them loft. 271 tf
It. E. Hently nnd wifo of Ft. Cobb
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. L.
M. West Friday.
Tho big doll in tho window of the
No. 3.1 drug storo will bo givon away
Christmas morning. A chance witli
every 25 cont purchase. 270 tf.
Mrs. W. S. Evans who has been
the guest of Mrs. Woolory returned
to her home in Ft. Cobb Friday.
Miss Frances llerron of Lnwton
arrived in tho city Friday evening to
spend the holidays witli her cousin
Mrs. Carl Stratton.
Well I guess tho pcoplo arc finding
out where to get a good pic. Tho Star
bakery is turning out over one hundred
pies a day and still going. 2C8 Gt
Mr. nnd Mrs. Leonard Pickering of
St. Louis nre expected to arrive this
aftornoon on a visit to the family of
Mrs. Pickering's father Kov. J. P.
Brooks on Okahloma Avci.ue.
"Hcxall" Remedies at Stephenson's
Drug store. 254 tf
Cut Price Sale..
Cough! Cough I Cough 1
Rcxnll Cherry juice will
Stephenson's drug store.
do it af
All our Ready Trimmed Hats about 200
WILL BE CLOSED OUT A'T
This is genuine. All our goods are marked in
plain figures and you pay half of its former mark.
Fine hats that were formerly $10.00 Now $5.00
5.00 Now 2.50
" 2.5U Now 1.25
FAIR DEP'T STORE
Dogs To Train
Iltiving had several years experience
in the east in truininir. bird dogs for
hunting. I have fitted up first class ken-
nels on my place and will take dogs for
training. 1 have already several dogs
in tho kennels and have room for a few
more. All dogs will bo well cared for
and given the best of attention and
training. 1 can guarantee to take any
good dog and make dn animal out of
him that will work any place. Charges
reasonable Dogs kept four miles from
town. Any one having dogs they want
trained may address mo as follows:
I. O. Torner
Care of J. M. Dyess R. 4.
Ball Parlor and Shooting Gallery
i! 1 lBHii
We Are Ready For Christmas
Our two furniture rooms are crowded
with Furniture appropriate' for Christmas
Big Bargains In
Dining Chairs Rockers
Tables Center Tables
Music Cabinets Writing
Desks Buffets China
A Few Prices
Guest's Arm Chair $1.50
Princess Dresser $10.00
couch davenport bed
and baby crib only $0.00
Wo Also Carry an Specials
The Mc Dougal Kitchen Cabinet
The I. X. L Kitchen Cabinet
The Sealy Mattress
Tho Ostermoor Mattress
Globe Wernike Elastic Book Cases
Our Undertaking line is complete two licensed embalmers
Phono 57 Nihti or D iy
M. D. MILLER
The Furniture Man
Pioneer Drug Store
Let Us Help You
In making up your list of Christmas
Gifts a visit so our store will mater-
ially aid you in making appropriate
selections that will be appreciated by
those for whom they are intended.
We have just placed on display the
largest and choicest line of Christmas
novelties ever shown in Anadarko.
No thing better for home entertain-
ment and nothing that makes a better
Christmas present than a Phonograph.
We have the best at prices ranging
from $25 to $45
A complete line of EDISON RECORDS-all
the latest and most popu-
Make Your Choice Early
Karl Douglass Drug Go.
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Roberts, A. S. Anadarko Daily Democrat (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 273, Ed. 1, Saturday, December 12, 1908, newspaper, December 12, 1908; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc82085/m1/4/: accessed October 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.