Anadarko Daily Democrat (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 24, Ed. 1, Tuesday, November 11, 1913 Page: 1 of 4
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ANADARKO DAILY DEMOCRAT
ANADARKO OKLAHOMA TUESDAY NOVEMBER 11 1913
The First National Bank
Anadarko Capital and Surplus $60000.00.
Wo havo double the capital ami surplus of
any other bank in Anadarko
We have no excessive loans no bills liva
ble or re-discounts.
No ollker or director of this bank owes (t a
We solicit jour business whether large or
T.'F. Woodard. President I. E. Cox Cashier.
L. W. Myers Vlcc-l'resipent R. B. l'opejoy Ass't Cashier
Lost or Stolen
. If tho boy thnt took Bustor
Davis' tricycle will bring it back
310 questions will bo asked but if
'o hnvo to hunt for it wo will
prosecute tho ono thnt took it.
F. F. Davis.
For Sale Brown Leghorn bens
and roostors. E. Carror Cyril.
Mr. nnd Mrs O. 1 Dawson of
Chickasha woro tho guests of Air.
and Mrs. T. .1. Lewis Sunday.
Hoard with rooms convenient-
ly located; 122 west Oklahoma
tivonuo. Mrs. S. B. Lindloy. '
Wo aro now propnrod to givo
our norsonnl attoution to dress
making latoBt stylos and designs
a spooinlty. Mind. Smith
V. W. Dannor of Brinkmnu
who has boon visiting Dannor Bios
of tho Dannor Bros grocery store
returned homo Tuosduy.
.1. A. Morris of II. F. D. 3 wrs
in tho city Tuesday on business.
J. W. Osborne of Ft Cobb wns
in Anadarko Tuesday. Ho says
cotton businoss is picking up in
that neck of tho woods.
Let This Double Disc-Record
that Columbia Records can bk used
on any stamlnnl ilUc talking machine
Victor or Columbia .? C
that Columbia Records aro puaran-
teed supeiior in quality to records of any
other ipunuf iicturo
that the price C5 cents is below tho
.price of other records.
Whrn you get this record on the turn table ot your
maclilnoj voii will know all about it. It upeaks for It
self. Only 25o lejful'ar standard 05c record.
Dinkler's Drug Store
STUDENTS ENTERING NOW
WILL BE READY FOR
Felix Diaz Dodging About on Road a Vessel.
Felix Diaz boinp- a candidato for president of Mexico was bv
constitutional provision compolled ro bo on Moxican soil lour days
provious to oloction. Ho complied with this but his prosonco in
Mexico was fraught with so much danger ho loft soon as possiblo
for Cuba Soon aftor his arrival thore ho was soriouslv wounded in
a fight with young Gfuorroro a uewspnpei roportor and Carana syin-pathizer.
Fine Dress Goods
M mo Smith invites tho ladios
to call and oxamino hor special lino
of samples in all silk npt satin
Do Chiuo; opong suiting; not
yarn novelty; Astraohan stripo pon
goo;8ilk woft jacquard; imported
broadcloth; ratine ohitron; cor-
dolo foulards; imported otto-
man; nioiro velour; silk ottoman
coatingx ohungeablo dross taiTota;
all of tho latostshados and colors.
No such goods has over boon intro-
ducod in tho city. It costs you
nothing to oxamino these large
March 1st 1914
Our Complete Life Timo Stenograhic
Course all courses and text free
Our Complete Life Time Commercial
Course all courses! and text free '
Our Combined Business Course text
and courses free
ANADARKO COMMERCIAL COLLEGE
DAY OR NIGHT
J. Bagloy of Ft Cobb was in
tho city Tuesday on businoss.
Soo Mooro & Yatos for insuranoo
Willard Campbell writes his
frionds in Anndarko that ho is
doing real work in tho Stato Uni-
versity. Ho says it is oariy. nnd
lato with him. However he gets
tbe Democrat and always wntchep
.for H. S. news. He is u IMS
Ex. Postmaster ChmpbeH return
I ed to the oity Tuesday on busi-
ness. He fools somewhat nt home
in Anndarko nnd is no! considers
ied a btrangerby his many friends
I 'all A II C. Phone. 12 3 for
Mrs. O. El. Da Ford nnd Mnu
A. W. Fulkor8on left for Tulw
Monday ovonin'whore thoy will
join tho Federation of Womnn'i
Tho Democrat is preparing n
special addition for tho Christmas
ndvortisomonts. Look this Santa
Clans issue over nnd chooao your
spneo for your ad
For nico fresh homo mado can.
dies nnd ohocolntos. go to Poto
Stnthos' Knndy Kitcubn. (5
Mrs. N. Baum roturnod homo
from Chioktishn Tuesday whore
she wont to sou hor sistor Mrs.
P. T. Omor tnko tho trnin for hnr
homo in Donnison Toxas. Mrs.
Omor ha& boon visjtiug here nnd
D. Morser nnd littlo son woro
Bingor businoss visitors Tuesday
If you want a hrin loan or farm
insurance quick and on . tho best
tonus or if you want to ecII or
trade your farm Koeco it Niokols
can got you quickly just what
HoproBontntivo Theo. Pruott
traiisiotod legal biiBinoss in Ft
T. A Thnokar of Einton wns
in tho city on business for his
. M. E. Monsoll mado n lino on a
pieco of proportj nonr Stacker
that is owned by Fathor Isadore.
Call A BC. Phono 12 3 for
The West Oklahoma ronforsnro
of tho M. K. Churcti South whkh
mot nt Norman mado tho follow
ing appointments for tho Cliickn-
Cliicknslin Moss Vonor pre-
siding older; Alo Monk Ana
dnrko W. K Humphreys Bailey
A B. Carson; ChickiiBha mission
J. X. Tinkle; Coinont I J. M. Nol-
soii ; Coinnnoho 15. I. Ailor Dun
can J. S. Lamar; Fort Cobb K.
II Donuy; Ilarrisbur to bo sup
plied; Lindsay. .1. B. McBrido;
Mnysvillo V. B. Ltanloy supply
Marlow B. A. MoKnight; Oak
Grovo t Williamson Tuttlo
.Jesso Cruinpton: Torrnl (1. P.
Kico; Ryan V. Spain; Rush
Springs; N. T. Alloti: Wnurikn II
B. I'Jllis president stato institute
of the Mind . W. Stowart;com.
missionor of education V. K.
of Ft Cobb was
Tho now colored school houso
is progrossing nicoly. Tho ex-
cavating is about completed nnd
tho other work will follow booh
Jinlgo Lnno of Carnegio wns
in tho city Mondny. IIo claims
that tho pooplo of his city feel
lino oror thoir futuro prospects.
Fresh crisp .vogotnbfos at A B
C phono 123
Miss Jean Hito roturnod homo
from Oklahoma City Tuesday.
All Work Guaranteed
A. D. EVANS
With Anadurko Jowelry & Oft -
Tho Domoorat i ntcuplatoa
issuing a largo Illustrated Hlidny
Edition nbout tho first wonkin
Docombor. It will show up Aim-.
darko tho host advantngo ami it
is to bo hopod that nil of our va.
rious business intorosts may bo
roproBOiitod so that outsiders i tay
know ns near as prncticnl just
what thoy'may oxpaot to find in
Anadarko nnd whoro they can
It will bo our ondenvcr to make
ncreditnblo showing for Anndnr-i
ko in this edition. But of coursa
it will depend largely on tho on-
couragement this enterprise rc-
Hnrry Mooro was in Chiokashn coivos. It .requires. tho co-opeia-. v
Tucsdny on business. tion of nil to build.
We Are Overstocked on
And will close out the foil
Heaters at reduced prices.
721 A Great Western Duplet
724 " a & ' f
5 1 6 A Heat Well
2 14 'Col. Oak " j
216 " " .
218 " a
614 A Great Western Tubular
213 " " "
64 A 20th Cen. Laurel
66 u " " "
56 B 4 " "
215 German Heater
1 1 4 Master Economy
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Stephens, W. B. Anadarko Daily Democrat (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 24, Ed. 1, Tuesday, November 11, 1913, newspaper, November 11, 1913; Anadarko, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc82489/m1/1/: accessed October 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.