Anadarko Daily Democrat (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 57, Ed. 1, Monday, October 20, 1913 Page: 1 of 4
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ANADARKO DAILY DEMOCRAT
ANADARKO OKLAHOMA.. MONDAY OCTOBER 20 1913
The First National Bank
Capital and Surplus $60000.00.
V'e have double tho capital and
any other bunk in Anudnrko.
Wo huvo no excessive louns. no bills paya
ble fir rc-disuountt
No olllcer tr director of this bonk owe-. It h
We solicit j our busim-M whether large or
T. V. Woodaril. President I. K. or. Cannier.
L. W. Myers Vice-l'risipent. K. 1?. l'eptjo.v . Ai-s't Cashier
Wm. Milne ami faintly spent
S indny with relatives in Verden.
Mis. Milno will chaperon u bunch
o? young people from Vcrdon to
the show at Chioknshn tonight.
Bonrders wanted Apply nt ?0
Fred I'fall" loft fur Oklnhomn
City Monday where ho will meot
with triM committee of tho State
Hardware Association nnd arrange
for the Hardware Convontiou.
Teddy Veddor county clerk nnd
Mrs J. S. ITon-'W- P Hudson went to the cirens
Monday to see tho elcnhntit.
The Celebration of the Sec
ivd Anniversary of the
Hie IVmiiiTiit C.hiImhI I.dhI Mio .imaarKo u. . f.t Imli
Ih-uh postponed. This decision ' leu" yun lll K'm' fr""' ' !'
was reached after a conference id"; tfm Aitfie Friday iiftermn!..
the netiM) contestants and the Uogardless or tho changing i.f the
management. U whs tuougbt our to LeK" IBru wns it K.(id
Imsi l.e nil cmiriiaH. I attendance Owing to tho fact
For tlio tirst severe! weeks of
the contest there wns no monny
in thtj country and Ui. best tile
contestants could do whs ti get
promises us awn as money whs
nnilnblc. It was so disctirngiiig
that h niunherof contestants fail-
od t" tii'ike further tftl'tnt. Those
who continued did hut little un-
til the hibtytwo or throe weeks.
Since that lime tliev hud (hit lit
tie truiio.e in procuring sulwcrib.
ors. lint they had not t ne hum
to see the many who hud proline
The Democrat contest managers
had otfered a number of aluabo
jiri.es and it was generally known
that no one contestant had any
"fl 1 - T
Hvery lady with ten cent
admission will be given a
i3e0K1venuIwayS to DECORATED CHINA
Tuesday night at the Nusho
FOR THE LADIEb
SUPERIOR SERVICE SI
Tinick Autos are here th? best in tin- land.
Ileliable Lata to uit ivery demand
(f improvements the latest in whole and in part
And elee;rially fixed to lifjht and to start.
rton't forget our good sorvlce in Livtry way
We are here with the good In Uie night or the ts
And pleasing home public nnd travel idjf in on-
You yi-t satisfaction and come back again.
Good inechunks are here for work in rojmlr
AH kinds of fixiuir at rates very fair.
Repairing that done by the methods O-K'.
And irtves satisfaction day nftor day.
Good lire? asessortos and auto supplies.
I.xceili-nt (jiiahties hem jou can buy.
'----.- -w --.--
Day Phone 178; High! Phone 226
yreat amount of votos. This made
I it nn oasy mntter for any ono to
'step in with a fow hundred dol-
1 1 a is and take the niotit valuable
prizes away from those who had
actually done tho work.
Had it been desired to turn it
into a mere speculating scheme
the management could easily have
done so without loss to himself.
But this was not tho purposo or
iutoution. The mnnagomoiit Jios
1 for years made n business of con-
duoting contests they nro con-
ducting two others in this state
at tho present time one At Enid
and ono at Titian and they have
tho reputation of conducting thorn
on tho squnro. j
Tho manager of tho contest left
horo Sunday for Tulsa where ho
will remain n week to look after
his contest there when they will
return here and . remain until the
All contestants have been oliui-
inrted from tho race except thoso
who took an ' notivu part in tho
contest. Only sevon now remain
as cuntestKiits who will remain to
tho close. These are
Mrs. Jessie Sueatheru.
Miss Margaret Fisher.
Miss Mildred Jiulloii.
Miss Noln Ooforth
Mrs. Nettie Dnniels.Wanisley.
Miss Ethyl Churohill.
Miss Mae Sti.lt...
No others will bo permitted to
outer the contest aftor this dato.
Ono of tho -Pianoe will bo with'
drawn from tho list of prizos. It
was ottered as a speoial prize to
the church or organization on
doi.ing and working for any if
tho contostanta. Jintnsthis was
not douo that and similas spocial
prizos of like nature are with
drawn. See announcement in the
Tho oonte.t will closo Nov. 22.
that thu aggies l"d to make the
I :I0 train the gnnu was Imgim at '
With Prof. Stamford a nferoo
the game was played with tho
host of feeling among thu play
orsi. Aundnrko won thegtune 7 to
Si. liof. Llitwkiiison who liNd
ohnrgu (if tho Airirios and three of
the Invtiiii touchers Minees Ar.ht
Frans. Myrtle Adams Ellen G"k-
or. Marie Moldman and Holuii
(.isey who accompanied t hum
have a rifht to bo proud of their
well behaved Lu)s. Th; are
aood. clenu liova. every ono of
them. In every move they proved
that they are gentleman. C!ood
clean boys playing against good
clcrm bovh make u good clean
" JOB w &
'nKina DIiaho fdn T7 1?oclHonpo T3tinno Mrt ftR
VJUlW i HUI1- 1IU XI ilVDIVVUVl J. UUI1V. 1IUI JJ
'J ho roial nt tho M. E. church
South closod with tho cvoning
sorvicos Sunday night. Tho
preaching was of n high order
'jjhoro are fow men that uro hotter
httod for tho Evangelistic Held
than Dr. YorK. Tho singing was
supQrb. Bro. Bridges with tho
tine voices of onr city strength-
ened by tho holp of Bro. Snyder
with his cornot gnvo ua somo
uuiistiRlly fine music
Bro. Jonos I'astpr of the Bap-
tist church was with us in oveiy
service exoept ou SSuudays atJl
o'clock and did much earnest
effect ual work. Bro. Crabtree was
with us until forced to leave for
his annual conference and did of-
fectual service. Brof. Fait and
Pliorec wore with us when oppor-
tunity offered and aided in overy
The christiane of tho oily wore
faithful and t.rno to us and the
Lord gave iw 24 professions and
stirred the house of lend to a
quicker pace. 1 rejoice nt the
lino spirit that oxist in tho town
among tho uhurchos not ono nd-
vorso word wns heard from any
sourco so far ns I know.
I return thanks for mysotf and
congregation to all for tho help-
fulness in tho mooting nnd nssure
thorn thntl am nt thoir command
whou needed. May God tho Ea-
ther bless tho ontiro city is my
W. E. Humphroyp.
Lief the Lucky
That sturdy Norseman arrived on the American con-
tinent about 10U0 A. D. and was actually
The Discoverer of America
Tim wandering of these old Scandinavian Vikings
was the inspiring motif of beautiful Viking Silver.
We have just received a large assortment of this line
from the Benedict Studios including clocks desk sets
hanging jardinieres fern dishes.
Come in and look over this assortment it will solve
the gift problem or fill that vacent niche in your sitting
The prices are moderate.
THE ANADARKO JEWELRY & OPTICAL HOUSE
W. M. tiUEWER Prop.
Eor the next ton or fifteon days
ladies slightly usod suits cohts
nnd skirts.' Wovid soil entire
stock and household furniture to I
party desiring to .go into business
for thomsclvos. Investigate nnd
tee n good proposition.
117 East Main. Anadarko Okla.
For trade A good houso and
lot in n good Texas town for prop-
erty in or near Aumlarko. Ap-
ply at this officii .
Clean dry cobs delivered from
Powell -Tebb elevator. Phone No
1 or 201. Call Tucker the fobb
The Silver Leaf
For nil kinds of Shoe Dying.
Dje eoiled tan or white
hcee to n beautiful gun
metal black and do nil
kiuds of repair work while
j C. M. CESAR Proprietor
The Phone will Bring it
J. A. Mj Maban of Apnoho
wns in the oity Monday and whilo
here made the Democrat a pleasant
Freeh orisp vegeUibfee nt A B
O phono 123.
e'tto.rncy and Mrs. N. O. Fetors
and littlo Mno Recce of "Waurikn
nro guests of Mrs. Petors' parents
dipt. Wm. Heoeoand wife.
A. II. Miller and wifo wore
Cliioknsha visitors Monday Thoy
nttoudod U'o show.
Now senjo thnt will weigh 2000
lbs. to tho ton. Coal coal oonl.
Annd.irko Too Co.
have a limitod amount of Round
Oak Heaters on hand which I
will closo' out at greatly roducod
prices. Ask to bosoowna Round
Oak before you purchase. F. J.
SSsS -vfVMfl'Wi 1 HI
If Youall No. 23. We (give
prompt "attention to Telephone
order and will send you Coal
We'd rather do Jit now than
later on when all th'ise slow peo-
ple are sending in their orders on
a cold day.
Then sometodyjjmay hxvi'to
Frank Law'e good work shines
like the sun i
Reliably finished nnd oxpertly
Artiitic jfoba vcrth donble the
Neet and prompt serrloe for
Initios and man
Keope Frank in tho Joud all
Look up Fjgtik's plnoo fpr work
that's O. lv.
All kinds of shoes shined in right
Whon you oomo into town and
wnnt.tD look tine
Stop at FKANK LAWS for an
FRANK LAW Anadarko.
Lyon & Mathews : Co(
A- Yates foi insurance '
B. F. ELLIOTT
Undertaker & Funeral Director
Licened Embalmer. 15 years Experioncu
Best Hoarse in Cnd.lo county. All tho latest modern
appliances (''ills answered promptly doj Oi night.
RESIDENCE PHONE 22.1
c c. Mcknight
Farm and City Loans lletxl Estate Insurance
OFFICE 201?. WEST BROADWAY
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