Anadarko Daily Democrat (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 165, Ed. 1, Thursday, August 12, 1909 Page: 4 of 4
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Mrs Bottlo Parks of Fort Cobb was
In town today.
A. L. Doncdlct Is nbuMnoss visitor
in Gutlirlo today.
Ed Crum mado a buainosi trip to
Boono D. Hits is an Apactio busl-
noss visitor today.
W T Clark of Apncho was In tho
city today between trains.
H Z McAnlnch la transacting busl
noes In Fredrick for n few days.
"Robort Conlcy went to Oklahoma
City this morning on n business trip.
Dr C It Humi wont to Mnng'm
Ihl morning (no short business trip.
Mrs J T Lokcy went to Nnsbvlllo
Tcnn. this morning to vlslr her sis-
ter. t Miss Edna rosier in spending a
fow days in 1'ort Cobb with her
Tho latest designs in jowolry find
thoir way into Mitchell's display
window. 104 2td
Anyono wishing California Med-
icated Healing Soap cnll nt tho Whit-
ley Hotol. 163 (Jtd
Cnrrnl Mooro of Norman passed
through tho city this morning enrnutu
to Mt Vlow.
Mrs. J. W. Adair and son wont
to Gnlnsvillo Tox. this morning on
a short visit.
Dr Geo C Campbell is in tho north
part of tho county today on profes-
Frank Cnrrigan of tho Iron foun-
dry is In Enid this week on business
nnd visiting old friends
Miss I'urln McCullnugh and broth-
er Wnrnor loft UiIh morning for
Knboko Mo. for n month's stay.
Mrs V T Mnlton nnd dnughtor.
Miss Fnnnie nro In Verdnn spending
n few days at tho Wamslny homo.
Mrs. Jack Goobil returned this
morning from nn extended visit in
Ohio Illinois Indiana and Knnsns.
M Sophia Insley of St Louis who
bus boon vlsltinc: her sister Mrs C
L Fenncr returned home this morning.
Mrs C II O&rswollntid chlldron Ibft
this week for Now Mexico nnd Ari
zona whoro they will spend n weok or
Little Miss DchbIo Wclnlngcr who
is visiting t'er grandparents Hcv and
Mrs J T Brooks Is ill with typhoid
Mrs T L Evnns wont to Strni.tnn
Kan. Monday' night in answer to a
tolcgrnm stating tho death of her
Miss Ada Stockton left this morn-
ing for her homo in 'Iyrfro after vis-
iting her sister Mr and Mrs T C Mc-
Phcoters. Mrs A F Morrison and chlldron of
Vlnlta after a pleasant visit with
Mrs J P Blackmon loft this morning
for Arkansas city.
Mr and Mrs Josso Campbell who
hava bcon spending tho summer in
Amnrillo Tox. roturncd to tris city
Mrs. G. A. Lyman and son G forgo
returned to thoir homo in Fort Worth
this morning after a pleasant visit
with Mr and Mrs. C. J. Shcotz
Misses Belle nnd Gonuvin Hilda-
brand came in this morning from
Pawhuskn for n visit with their sis-
ter Mrs A Wnlkcr nt tho Agency.
Mrs. M. C. Clifford and daughter.
Miss Ethyl aro in tho city the guests
of engineer King of tho ico plant
and family. Mrs Clifford Is Mrs
X N. Lyons who has been spend-
ing a few dny with his brother L.
E. Lyons wont to his homo In Bin-
gor this morning. Mrs L E Lyons
accompanied him for a short visit.
IMlss Ilcta Bradford nnd brother
Johnny loft today for Strnwn Tex.
for an oxtended visit with thoir
grandfather. Misses Aidis and Morlp
Davidson wno hnvo been visitlnp
thoir aunt Mrs Bradford accom-
panied th'm homo.
:lr and Mrs V W Faith who have
lecm visiting their daughter Mr?
John 2wood loit this morning for
thoir honit.'xln Decatur Tex. Mr
Faith was veryVuch pleased with
this country and greyly enjoyed him-
self by spenalng n grent deal of hit
tlmo in catching catllsh out of the
CRYING FOR HELP
Lots of it In Anadarko But
idly Growing Less
Tho kidneys rry for holp.
Not an organ in tho whole body
is so delicately constructed.
Not ono so importnnt to health.
Tho kldnovs aro tho filters of tho
When they fail tho blood becomes
foul and poisonous.
There can bono health whore tho re
Is poisoned blood.
Backacho is ono of tho first Indi
catlonH of kldnoy trouble.
It is tho kidney's cry for help
Doan's Kindoy Pills nro what Is
Aro just what overworked kldnoys
TJioy strengthen and invigorato tho
kidneys; holp them do thoir work;
never fnil to euro any case of kid
Mrs. E. N. KniBcr formorlv of
Main and Third Sts. Anadurko
UKia. says: "Aly sister gave a
testimonial recommending Donn's
Kidney Pills several years ago nnJ 1
am glnd to say that sho still hns n
high opinion of this remedy."
For salo by nil denlers. 1'rlco CO
cents. Fostor-Milburn Co. Buffalo
Now York solo agents for tho United
Remember tho nnmo Doan's nnd
tiiko no other.
Improve Your Place
I am still soiling stock from ono
of tho best Nursorles in our own
state cI"so by. Stock will got hero
tho samo dv it is loaded on tho cars
theroforo It is nllvo and nuio to grow.
Hut I hava no flno specimens to show
you thnt linvu bcon grown 1000 mlloi
fiom hero nnd in n different climate
nnd In dltlorent iiround. I am living
hore nnd you can find mo if you havo
any complaint to ranko. I will call
on you befora tlmo to order for fall.
J. A. Becker
169 Ctd ltw Box 543.
ilavo n lock at tin most valua in
jn-.velry for less monoy at J. F.
Mitchell Jewelry Co. 1G1 2td
First pub Aug C last Aug 17 09
Stato of Oklahoma County of
C A. Cleveland rlalntiff.
Georgo D. Drlskoll and
Emma B. Drslkell Dofcndants.
Notico 1b hereby given that by
vlrtuo of an order of salo to mo di-
rected nnd dclivorcd and now In my
hands Issued out of tho Clerk's olFlco
of tho Fifteenth Judicial District
Court Stato of Oklahoma in and for
tho County of Caddo upon a judg
ment of foreclosure rondorcd in said
Court in favor of C. A. Cleveland and
against Georgo D. Drlskoll and Era-
ma B. Drlskoll I havo Iovicd upon
the following described reni estato of
Bald defendant to-wit: Lots num-
bers nineteen und twenty (19) (20)
in blcck number thirty-five (35)
of tho City of Anadarko according
to tho original plat thereof and
that I shall o.i Monday tho Gtn uoy
of Sept. A. D. i909; at tho hou of
2 o'clock p. m.. of said flay and at
tho front door of tho Court House in
Anadarko in said County and Stato
proceed to sell tho right title nnd
interest of tho abovo named Georgo
U. Driskoll and Emma B. Drlskoll
in and to tho nbovo described prop-
erty to Bntisty said judgment and
costs amounting to Fifteen hundred
eighty two dollars together with nil
accruing costs of sale and interest
on tho same from tho 19th day of
April 1909 at the rato of 10 per
cent per nnnu.ti at nublic auction
to tho highest bidder for cash.
Sheriff of Caddo County Stato of
Dated nt Anadarko OkUhomn
this Gth day of August 1909.
First pub Aug 6 Last Aug 17 09
In County Court
Stato of Oklahoma County of
In tho matter of tho estate of C.
N. Childress deceased.
To thohoirs next of kin nnd cred-
itors of C. N. Childress deceased.
You aro hereby notified that Nora
B. Childress has applied to tho
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oi UKiahomn lor Letters oi Aumin
istro'lun on tho catntu of C. N. Chil
dress deceased to bo grantc I to J. P.
Childress ar I that said application
will bo heard t tho Court room of
sa!d Court in tho City of Anadarko in
said County on tho 20 day of August
1909 at 9 o'clock a. m.. at whicb
timo and placo any person interested
may appear and show cause if any
they hnvo why such petition Pjild
not bo granted.
Witness my hand and tho Seal of
said Court horounto affixed this Cth
day of August 1909.
B. F. Holding
(Seal) County Judgo.
By Ivy Schoonhovon Doputy Clork.
For Sale or Rent
One Smith Premier No 4 Type-
writer now. H. K. Robinson. .
Bids for Oats and Hay
Tho mayor and council hnvo author-
ized mo to advertiso for bids on 275
bushels of oats samo to bo frco from
all dirt weeds and weed seeds. Al-
so 8 tons of good clean bright prairio
hay. Bids to bo opened Monday night
Aug 1G 1909. Council reserves
right to reject any or nil bids. Bids
to bo filed with city clerk.
Bids For Desks
Bids for school dsks will bo re-
ceived by tho Board .of Education up
to Saturday Aug. 14 1909 at bIx P.
M. Specifications and othor infor
mation may bo obtained from Harry
Brown President of tho Bonrd.
Mn Wd & Sat.
T II 13 A T R E
"Tk tf-.1 $r" A very exiciting incident of the
Not Exceeding Fivo Lines Ono day
10c 3 Days 26c; 1 Week . 40c. CuBh
WANTED-A good mllkor and farm
hand. Ingalls' Dairy.
FOR SALE Houso and lot; 5 rooms
and lot well-Improved othorwiso
60-dtf R K. Robinson.
FOR TRADE-1G0 acre farm well
improved to Mado for business
property in Anndirko or Okluhoma
City. Apply to C. E. Brassing
ton. Anadarko. 1G3 3td
&&H vJfy Great Civil War.
Thp Np17 FiarvM The pictures illustrating the
A IIC 11CW &Ja.B.l construction of the new dam
with a thorough lecture by J. M. Smith Superintendent of 'the
Ambursen Hydraulic Construction Co. will be given tonight
Friday night Saturday matinee 2:30 to 5:30 for the benefit of
our country people.
ILLUSTRATED SONG: "Hearts and Eyes"
Amateur contest Saturday night first prtee $2.50 second $1.00
M. A. COURTRIGHT.
First Show 7:30
FOR SALE A flno jersey cow cheap
Seo P C Stacy " 1G2 4td
l need a coat of something to make them
look bright and new? If so get a small
J can of
i Floorenc or Durene
J Call at our yard or phone No. 29 and we
will tell you about it.
TO RENT Two rooms over tho Peo-
ples Store. Inquiro at tho Pioneer
Drug Storo. 164 3td
EOU KENT Nicely furnished or un-
furnished rooms 302 West Okla-
homa Ave. 157 Gtd
To pay your telephone bill
by August 15th and avoid
having your telephone ser-
E. S. IParker
Contractor and Builder
Shop on A street South of Pair
Storo. Estimates Furnished and
R. K. ROBINSON
Practice In tho Stato and Federal
'"Courts nnd buforo iha Departments of
NOTARY IN OFFICE
j Stephenson-Browne Lumber Co.
L. E. LYON Manager
FOR ANYTHING ON EARTH
W. P9 HUDSON
Office with Baldwin Gibbs Co.
Don't be deceived by a catchy low price that is
offered by someone else at the expense of quality. This
is something we never do. We never sacrifice quality in
any degree in order to make low price.
Our furniture we guarantee there is no speculation
when you buy from us. Isn't it a confortable feeling when
you own something that you know has to be right? That
is the satisfaction you get when you buy from
The Store of Quality
Furniture and Undertaking
Day Phono 178. Night Phono 220
Drouth and Hard Times
May effect and cramp business in a
general way but remember these
conditions will not in least endanger
the loss of a penny of your funds if
The Anadarko Stale Bank
Where deposits are absolutely pro-
tected by our STATE GUARAN-
THE ANADARKO STATE BANK.
w.i.' m- crm
f MITCHELL a LAMBf
t Plumbing and Tinware 4
Wo havo tho only up-to-date ohop In the city. We carry a full
stock of Plumbing goods and all kinds of Tin and Galvanized Iron
Roofing Plato Eavo Troughs Ridge Roll Valley Tin Well Casing
Pumps. Windmills. Tanks and all pizes of Pipes and Fittings. We
do all kinds of well work pump repairing driving pumps repairing
steam pumps gar.olino engines steam engines and put in nil kinds
of plumbing and stonm and hot water heating plants.
We Guarantee all Work
When you havo a job of any kind in our lino come In and let us
flguro on it. We nro here for business. Pleaso remember tho num
ber. Call and seo us or phono 201
R. L. Mitchell Mgr. 211 WBroadwayt
North of Court House Square Anauarko.
9kmer Mdtract YeX
j What ytbistraet cmpcmi( in 'Caddo Kcuntif.
YOU CAN BUY FROM
J. M. YOVNGBLOOD
108 Mam Street
Ford Automobiles Kimbal Pianos all kinds of Sewing
Machines Organs Etc. Pianos Organs and Machines
Repaired and For Rent. Used Pianos Organs and
i Machines Good as New at half price.
J. M. YOUffGBLOOD'S
Is the Place to Save Money
Beauty and Value
There is no end to our Jewelry
Bargains and people who want
real value in an article when they
buy it for personal use or as a
love token or offering will find
that our prices are as attractive
as our many charming novelties
in bracelets rings and jewelry.
J. F. Mitchell Jewelry Co.
DEMOCRAT F OR FEWSY NEWS
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