Anadarko Daily Democrat (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 290, Ed. 1, Tuesday, January 11, 1910 Page: 4 of 4
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il & li bargains
Only thrco lota loft in tho Dnth
Addition nt $125 onch on tho install
3 room house closo in nt ?G00.
Sovernl lots in Highlands addition
at reduced prices ns parties aro anx-
ious to soil.
Lots in South CoIIoro Highlands nt
$100 each $5.00 per month.
Good lot in colored sottlemant et
$125 60 caih bnlnnc monthly par-
I3usinM Iiouici Ht barjiaint on G
and II itreeta. See ai before ouying.
One 1 xnd one 3 room homo clote
ir If jold together eoon price $1000.
Good 4 room house to exchange for
go .1 tonm balance In eiwli. I'rioe
5 room house two paraim good
wll in Unlh addition $100 onih bnl-
ance monthly payments. I'rioo $1300.
Good 80 nores fnrm 5 mlloi from
town $000 down bnlanca oaey pay-
ments. 1'rlco $2700.
Want oirr on lot 8 block 28 aity
2 room house Rood lot nnd wall
$100 cimh balanco monthly payment!.
Want offer on lot C block G High
All persons knowing them-
selves indebted to the under
signed will please call at tho
store and arrange a settlement
of their account before the close
of January as all accounts must
be closed up by that date.
Max Goldman & Co.
Cigar snlcBman in your own locali-
ty to represent us. Exporionco un-
nocos nnry; ?110 per month nnd ox-
ponses. Writo us for particulars.
Monarch Cigar Co. St Louis.
Get your Coffee cut on an elec-
tric mill at Sknggs' Grocery.
Get In On The Ground Floor!!
By Preparing to Buy a Lot
n The Commercial Club's New Town
13 MILES SOUTHWEST OF ANADARKO
On the Line of the Altus Roswell tflb El Paso Railroad.
land addition to Anndarko
4 room house closo in $1000 $500
cast) balanco on time.
Team harness nnd wagon to .trado
for two rjom house.
City 1'roporty to oxchnngo for
Farms to oxchango for city pro-
perty. Good big span of brood Mnros
Imrnow nnd wagon for sale.
Grocery Blocks for salo doing good
Seo ue for good farms; businosi
properly roeidance property vacant
lot farm Ionna.
We have tho property.
Baldwin & Gibbs Co
S7C dtf Anndnrko Oklu.
Notice to Contractors
Sealed bids will be reculvetl nt the
office of th City Clerk Anndarko
Oklahoma up to five o'clock Jan.
10th 1010 for leouringtho bankB of
tho river bolow tho dnm according to
opecincationn on f.lo in the City
Clork's offlco. Tho city roservos the
right to roject any nnd nil bids.
C C McKnlght City Clerk.
To Our Customers:
Having closed a suc-
cessful year's busi-
ness we wish to thank
you for the liberal
patronage you have ac-
Further That we will
endeavor to continue
to maintain a high
standard of business
principle in all our
dealings with you
a continuance of your
trade believe us to
be sincerely yours
J. F. Mitchell Jewelry Co
THE Townsite will be platted at once and the ots in the
on sale. Announcement as to prices will be made later.
LOT FREE FOR MOST APPROPRIATE NAME.
The name. of the new town will be selected from a list which the ladies and school children of Caddo county will be asked to send in to the Secretary of
the Commercial Club. From this list of names the Commercial Club will select the onejwhich may be deemed the most appropriate and to the successful con-
testant will be given absolutely free a deed to a lot in'the new town. Get busy and sendjinjyour name. Write the name yoj think would be the best for the
new town on a slip of paper and pin this to a small envelope in which you must inclose anothsrjslip of paper on which you must write your name and post office
address. Seal this small envelope and enclose both the slip of paper with the town name and thejenvelope containing your name in anotner envelope and mail' to
the Secretary of the Commercial Club Anadarko Oklahoma.
Commercial Club meets at Opera House next Monday night to receive dam and will vote on name of new town at same time.
Hour announced tomorrow.
I ILn fiiitjiwp i 'i yp fj.rVjwtj"s;rr!.
While Wc arc "Ahead
of the meat liminem" it lut- Ijecomo
a aerioua mattur v.th trie ordinary
wage-earner to kn" huw to pup;ly
the family table witl
Although our margin is email we
buy only the beet and Kve oir cus-
tomers th benefit of it. We have
large refrigerators In which to keep
oar meats nnd every part of our mar-
ket is kept clean ami in a limitary
Dyche (EL Wooster
114 W. Main St ANADAKK9
Wo pny $00 n month salnry nnd fur-
nish rig nnd all oxponses to introduce
poultry nnd stock powders; now plnn;
stondy work. Addross Uigler Co.
X 081 Springfield III.
Scnlod lilds will be received at tho
ollico of City Clerk up to five o'clock
p m Jan 13th 1010 fur tho installing
of water meters. A separate bid
shnll bo mado for the installing of
now meters nnd thn taking up re-
pairing and replacing old meters.
Tho nbovo docs not include placing of
motors whore now work is being put
in. Tho successfnl bidder will bo re-
quired to give n bond'in tho sum of
$C0O.0O to bo npproved by tho Mnyor
nnd Council. Tho city reserves tho
right to roject any and all bids.
C C McKnight
Don' t Buy Kansas Flour when
you can get the Famous 'Big A'
Flour made right here at home.
Second Hand Store
A. A BHUNK Prop.
Buy and sell all kinds of
SECOND HAND GOODS
Fumilute Stoves Hardware
GUNS ALL SORTS GUNS
114 Broadway Anadarko.
For Sale or Trade Good Lot
nnd house to trade for mares or
mules. Only young stock want-
ed. Or will trade for young
cattle or good milch cows.
South Boundary dot
Wanted: Dressmaking to do and
plain and fnncy sowing; ladles tailor
mado suits. Sntisfact'on Guaranteed.
Mrs J II Sagor 325 W Broadway.
WANTED to Buy 100 tons of scrap
iron nt Anndarko Foundry at 25 to
10 cents por 100 lbs. 44 vk tf
Calls nro promptly answered by
Dr Mock from tho Main St Drug
Buy "Big A" Flour and "keep
your money at home. For salu
by all grocers. 2C5 lmo
8 dozen S. C. B. Leghorn hens nnd
pullets scoring 01 1.2 to 03 3-4.
mo. Chan i'ollock.
Three cans 15 cent Tomatoes
for 25 cents at O. P. Skaggs'.
332 East Broadway.
That magic word "CASH"
has revolutionized the busi-
ness world and j Jay btands
preeminent as the equalizer
between buyer and seller.
We want to prove to you
that "Cash" will buy more
good fresh grocecies here
than anywhere else. You
simply can't get as much
for your money on credit
as the cash wi.' 1 '.y.
Your Orders Solicited
W.O. Kennedy fflgr
Silent Partner wanted with
$1000 or $1500 in paying '.busi-
ncss either man or woman
over 100 per cent. Established
business. Address Q 82 care
oi the Democrat 282.6
New Year Watches at Mitch-
One price one policy and al-
ways courteous treatment at
As Solid as the Pyramids
Deposit Your Money With
THE FIRST STATE BANK
It will be prote'eted by the Depositors' Guarantee
Fund which has just paid every depositor IN
FULL following the failure of the largest bank
in the State with deposits of over $300000000.
You cannot doubt the Absolute Safety
afforded Depositors after Such a
First Plat placed
Watch this space.
ILLUSTRATIONS BELOW ARE
BASED ON BULLETINS.
NO. 11 OF U. S. DEPARTMENT
OF FEED UNIT IN
COTTON SEED MEAL C1.7G Per Cent
One-half the weight in nourishment.
WHEAT BKAN . .. 10.40 Per Cent
One-fifth only is nourishing.
CORN MEAL 18.91 Por Cent
One-eight j only ia nourishment.
COMPARATIVE COST PER FEED
I CORN MEAL nt $1.00 per 100 pounds.
71 cents por feed unit.
WHEAT BRAN nt $1.25 per 100 lbs.
Ci cents per feed unit.
COTTON SEED MEAL nt 31.G0 per
3 cents per feed unit.
COTTON SEED MEAL IS THE
MOST CONCENTRATED AND
CHEAPEST FEED TO
Gar Mason and family who have
been working in Ft Cobb hnvo moved
back to thoir farm where they in-
tend to farm this year. .
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Roberts, A. S. Anadarko Daily Democrat (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 290, Ed. 1, Tuesday, January 11, 1910, newspaper, January 11, 1910; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc82245/m1/4/: accessed May 25, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.