The Daily Democrat. (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 89, Ed. 1, Thursday, May 2, 1907 Page: 1 of 4
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ANADARKO CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA. MAY 2 1907.
Platform of M. L. Turner.
I nP.Al KinTPfi
.Taraca Wenninger wont to Hin-
on f duy
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Miss Grace Beauchauip wtnt
Dr. Gj. Colby of Gruoemont
as in town.
L. R .Vie of Carnegie win in
Mr B rte of Rainy Mt. came
i thia m Jtnitig.
Mr Culmee of Arapaho ie in
he city on business.
Mrs. B F Cooper of Ft. Cobb
pent the day in city.
Sam Ray came in from Okla-
oma City laat night.
Mao MoRno went to ChickaBha
aday on a short visit.
F. V. Hamilton went to Okla-
oma City last night.
T. T. Woodward oame in from
Liawton this morning.
Mrs. J. Oldhom went to Ho-
tart this morning for a visit.
Luoile Aldriok .went to Ft.
Jobb on a visit last evening.
Mrs. G. T. Iwan and family
liassed through tho city today.
Look at that stove at Foley's
is you pass. i?ree i
Limeade at Billingsleys. Try
me. oo oi.
A. M. Kelly and V. J. Kelley
were up from Ft. Cobb sight see-
Mr.and Mrs.Fitzpatrick visited
yithMr. and Mrs. Gilbert y eater-
Mr. Morris wont to Hobart th.is
aornimrund will return this ev
Claude Smith of Austin Tex-
a is in the city visiting with Jack
If your eyes are giving you
rouble in any way call and see
)r. H. T. 8hepherd.
Miss Adams of Varren6burg
lo who has been visiting Mrs.
"olty returned homo today.
H. B. Lockett of Comanohe
i in town in tho interost of his
andidaoy for district judge.
Mr. and Mrs. Chad MoKnighr
ame in last night from an ex-
ended visit in Caldwell Kae.
Frank Peoples candidate for
ijunty treasurer on tho domo-
iratio tioket wont to Carnegie
Misa Ida Burton who has been
olievine Mrs. H. E Ogle in the
Western Union office returned
p Lawton this morning.
I Dr. H. Shepherd the Kansas
3ity eyo eight Bpeoialist is here
knd will remain with us until May
115 offioe at Bryan Hotel.
Mrs. C. R. Hume went to Ok-
tahoma City today to attend a
nesting of tho Woman's Fedora-
ion1 of Club; Mrs. Hume is
Contemplating rearranging our
litore therefore w.e will sell goods
it greatly reduced priced for
jsash for tho
next thirty day?.
The Ohrisputian Eeavor wil4
eet at theNQpera house Sunday
ivening at7:j 1. C. W. Braok-
pan is leador 'ho eubjeat isJoy
M a Contented Life" Everybody
feme and take tyart in
iuhh nn i
IRev. Beaohier will preach Sun-
Ly Qorninp'at the Onera House
m o'clook subjeot" Wells of
jgivation"in the evoning at a
nook. "The identity of the
iroh" will bo bis subjeot.
Brybcay cordially invited.
The grand Stand and Fence for
New Baseball Park Will
be Commenced Tomorrow
Tomorrow morning tho resi-d-nts
of the oast part of tho city
will see mon hauling lumber to
the goveremont reserve east of
the city where oarpentera will bo
prepared to begin work on tho
baseball park fence and grand
Btund. After several weeks wait-
ing a permit has been civon by
the government allowing the
Baseball Association of this city
to ereot their park on thin land
and allowing thorn to plav such
games at suoh times as they wish
Herman Goebel has the con
tract for the construction and the
work will be rapidly pushed for
ward. Mr. Goobel has had much
exporionco in this line and we
know ho will do the work in first
The fans of this city will be de-
lighted upon this turn of affairs
and the crack team whioh has
been chosen by the association
will soon be practicing upon their
new grounds and looking for now
worlds to conquer.
whon the village ohanges to
a town; when the town assumes
the conditions oC-a oity . The
demands of Anadarko places her
on tho list of one of the Important
businos cetera of Oklahoma citi
zens are looking for a locution on
which to build nioer homes with
desirable surroundings and more
harmonious conditions Happily
all those are oombined in the
Otto Wolle addition Bouth and
west of tho oity. Wide streets
high dry and level lots. It is
altogether an attractive proposi
tion. Unequalod as a site for a
home; as an investment a sure
winner. These lots will be plaoed
on sale at auotion on Wednes-
day and Thursda.y May 8th and
Oth. Come out and purohaso
those lots at your price Not
Mrs. Virgil Haskell is on tho
Suoh a glorious rain wo had
There is no wheat left in tbis
Mrs. Conlev visited Mrs. Niok
Tho greonbugs are damaging
the corn orops eomo.
The farmors aro in betu r
spirits eince the rain.
There is not muoh cotton being
planted in this vicinity.
Mrs. Minnie Reasonover was
shopping in Anadarko Saturday
The cotton that is up is on the
stand still becaupe of the cold
Mrs. Minnie Thompson visited
Mrs Delia Thompson in Anadar
The Thompson Brothers and
their families attended church
at Prairie View laat Sunday.
Paul Koiaer will givo a box of
oigarB to tho one making the most
Billiard or pools. Prize to be
given noxt Saturday and to run
Wtt J EF-Ziv i 'WfflM
There was onco a hubby named Kerry
Who sampled tome strong Tonvand-
Jerry; And he stayed in tho game
'Til his mother-in-law camo
And now he Is sorry yes VERY!
Monday night the ground froze a
A.P.Johnson the atty is spend-
ing a few days at his old home in
W. S. Cole and M. J. Swigart
were county 6eat visitors Satur-
day. H. E. Boyer is ereoting him a
a new bouse on his fine farm
The IK inohes of rain came at
a good timo although it may ruin
some of the oottoi).
E. L. Blevins -jade u business
trip for the I Jaers' union to
Shawnee last wy-i; '
The Woodman Hall is going to
be PJPRftl$ for the pubo speak-
ings for all oandidate.
Rev. Kerns of Mt. View was in
this part wha.re he purchased
some fine registered hogs from
Mr. Loop this week.
MeBsrs Walker and Charles of
Carnegio have been writing quite
a few members for tho Home
Fraternal Ins. Co. of Anadarko-
Several candidates have been
making their appearance in these
parts lately The banner twp
primary eleotion will be held at
Alden this year.
Tho lightning struok the barn
belonging to H. C. Horton tear-
ing it up quite a little fortunately
there was no damago to tho stock
whioh wore in the burn.
M. C. Swartz writes back from
Mexico last week that he was
ought in a enow storm there 2H
feet deep last week Says the
'plains don't look good to him "
J. C. Buchanan gave a demo
nstration of his cotton chopper
here last Saturday thiB maohine
seems to be a practical implement
and should find its way into every
farm in Oklahoma.
Geo. D. Norton of Chiokasha
the cattle man with his partner
Smith were in Alden Saturday
Mr. Norton i3 holdintr several
head of cattle south of here at
I preBont fattening for tho market
The Alden Telephone Co. met
at their regular place of meeting
and several matters for the better
ment of the line was gone over.
A reorganization was made and
the line will be put in good shape
at onoe. The toll will be 25o to
Carnegio instead of 15 as hereto-
fore. 8everal lines aro project-
ed from this place oonneating
Apaoho Ft. Cobb and Carnegie
with the line hero.
Get tho habit. Clark's Cafe
has everything good. C 8t. 74 tf.
Still winter lingers in tho lap
Mr. Sohoonover's family visit-
ed with Mr. Lane's family Sun-
day. Robt. Cran and Miss Birdio
Owens were in Anadarko Satur-
day. Messrs. Younkers and Stewart
have been shelling oorn for Mr.
Mr. Love of Okarohe haB
purchased the Lindley farm and
has built a house and barn on tho
Edith and Jessie Warner visit-
ed tho Fielden household Sunday
Several now members were in-
itiated into the Anti- Horse Thief
society at Hple sohool house
Miss Ethel Hocken-hull spent
Saturday and Sunday with Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Wright of Grace-
mont visited with the latter's
sister Mrs. Walker and family
Mr. Brook-heart thinks he will
be an expert in the culinary de
partment if his "better half"
doosn't return homo soon.
The copious rainfall of Monday
will delay corn planting for a few
days. One or two farmers in
this seotion wore fortunate
enough to got through planting
corn before the rain.
Fort Cobb Route 4
Mr. Bolton's visited with Ralph
Tho Peacher school closes this
week with an ice cream supper.
Mr and Mrs. Throckmorton
are tho parents of a brand new
Everyone wpb clad to see the
hoavy rain which fell Sunday
night and Monday.
Tho Poaoher 8. S. is preparing
for a convention to bo held at
Oney in the near future
The green bucrs are cone but
before they left they managed to
eat all tho wheat and oats. The
farmers are preparing to plow or
liBt up tho wheat and oats ground
and plant corn and cotton.
Chester Blankonshin. who has
been attending the State Univor
sity at Norman arrived homo
this raomine and will visit for a
few weokB. He had tho misfor-
tuno to be in. an explosion in one
of tho labratorios and had ono of
his oyos badly injured.
Fireman Weber Badly Injured-
Taken to Hospital
John Wobor fireman on tho
train running botween Enid and
Chatnnonen was seriouHly if not
fatally injured this morning at
Walters. Mr. Weber was stand-
ing in the gangway looking at a
hot box on on tho baggage car
when he" was struok by a switch
stack and his skull crushod. Ho
was takon to tho hospital at
Lawton where every medical aid
was given him.
Such a oad aooidunt throws a
gloom over overyono and his
parents have tho sympathy of tho
entire community in suoh a timo
of distress. Tho injured man has
no family but his headquarters
were at Enid. At tho presont
writing we aro unable o say how
critical his condition may be.
Hugh Hioitey is working for J.
A stray pig is reported at the
J. T. JohnBon is planting cotton
for S. W. Edwards.
Messrs. Buie and Peacock
. . it to Cement Friday.
Miss Ada and Gom Edwards
made a trip to Laverty Saturday
0. M. Ullery and wife and J.
Similar and family spent Sunday
at tho Fletcher home.
Osoar Ullery sold his span of
two year-old mules for S250 and
purohased another one.
Wash Edwards reports the
heavy rain of Monday as noarly
drowning his little pigs.
Mr. Green has purohased a
new horse to replace the one
which died sometime ago.
A letter from J. O Cothlin
formerly of this vioinity but now
of El Reno informs us of his in
tontion of selling out and moving
A danoe given at the Wolgram
home Thursday wag largely at
tended by the young people of
this vicinity. All report a very
Tho well drillers working on
tho Ferguson place wore com-
pelled to abandon their work af-
ter drilling CO feet on account of
striking a Badling rock.
Although a little early great
intorest is boing taken in the
coming township eleotion. Sev-
eral persons already announced
their intention of coming out for
Tho Pfaff Exhibition Coop soon
to be seen in all leading shows of
Oklahoma and adjoining states
if not all over tho union is with-
out doubt ono of tho best exhibi-
tion ooops made. M. 8. Fito pro-
nounoes it oraoker-jaok. It gives
a fine view of tho birds is con-
structed of spinal wire tho joints
being welded instead of twiated.
This will not catoh feathers of
the fowls and mar their appear-
ance. Tho (joop can be easily taken
down and storod away when not
in use and oooupies only a small
space when ready to Btoro away.
Improvements are constantly
being made and by tho timo the
show season opens tho ooop will
bo tho finest oxhibition ooop on
the market Now State Poultry-man.
I favor and Shall Support:
Tho initiative and referendum.
An eight-hour day for all lab
Exclusion of Oriental labor
from tho United Statoe.
National laws to suppress
manipulation of tho markets in
farm products railway and other
Incomo and inheritance tax.
National legislation to prohibit
railroad and other corporations
from capitalizing in oxcess ofA
Granting authority to tho in-
terstate oommoroo commission to
ascertain tho aotual valuo by in-
ventory of tho railroads of tho
country for the purpose of as-
certaining tho truo basis for fix-
Rod uolion of tariff on ntces
saries of life and readjustment of
sohedules to a ba3is whioh will
operate against the formation
and protootion of trusts.
Stringent anti-truBt laws with
effootivo provisions and enforce-
A moro right and offootlvetaw1?
against railroad rebates and dis-
criminations whioh will provide
severe penalties for the guilty.
National encouragement of the
movement to build and maintain
Nomination of all candidates
for offioe by primary olootion in-
cluding tho first two United
States senators from Oklahoma.
Eleotion of Uunited States
senators by popular vote.
Romoval of restrictions from
Indian lands other than home-
steads of full-bloods
Purchuse by tho state at fair
value of segregated Indian min
eral lands and operation thereof
for the benefit of sohools.
A fair pro rata of federal build
ings as compared with the most
favored of other statos.
Improvement of rivers as far
a3 navigable within and contig-
uous to the state.
The right of Indians to bo
heard in court to obtain just
settlement of their claims against
the United States.
Equal rights to all; special
privilege to nono.
I Shall Oppose:
Combinations of capital for the
purposo of reducing the price of
labor or its produots.
Usurption by tho federal gov-
ernment of powers granted by
the constitution to the several
Campaign contributions from
Employment of child laborr
Any legislation whioh fosters
special privilogo or promotes pri-
The prinoiplo involved in the
measure reoontly before congresd
known as tbo "emergency our-
ronoy" bill I bolieve that tno
issuance of money 19 a function
belonging to tho general govern
ment and should be oxercisod by
Upon the principles of demo-
cracy and tho above declarations
I ask tho support of tho demo-
cratic rotors in tho new state ot
of Oklahoma for on of the two
United States sonaturs from this
M. L. TURNER.
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