The Daily Democrat. (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 101, Ed. 1, Friday, May 17, 1907 Page: 2 of 4
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The Daily Democrat
(Daily except Sunday.)
HEHNDON BKOS. Publishers.
Application mtulo for entry nt tho An-
adurko Oklai postoilicc as second
clnan mall mattci.
Dally Ly carrier per week 10c
1tftllJTa fc. J V(llliui v "-ui
Daily by mail por year
Weekly by mall per year
We Move Along
Tho organization of a livo
band last night in such an
enthusiastic way should bo
a cause for congratulation
to every booster among
Anadarko's boosting busi-
ness men. The citizens have
often felt tho need of a good
band and on occasions
whero wo have just had to
have one a call has been
inado on the Riverside fn-
dinn school. The Indian
boys have always responded
nobly but at some trouble
and inconvenience to them-
selves. Now we will soon have
tho best band in southwest
Oklahoma for that is what
the gentlemen interested pur-
pose to make it and instead
of having to hire bands from
other citizens or borrow
from our friends across the
river we will bo able to
grace any occasion that tho
futuro may hold and in a
way that will do us proud.
Ruet Turns Tail;
Tells of Steals
San Francisco May 10. Ab-
raham Ruuf tho politioal boss
who yoatorday plondod guilty to
'extortion today raado good hie
promiao to turn stales ovidonco
in tho bribery and graft prosecu-
tions. Ho gave ovidonoo bofore
tho grand jury for two hours
this afternoon. It is said that ho
"told things" about Mayor
Schmitz and officials of tho
United Uiilroads. Indictments
nro expected. Tho plan is to
suspend sontonoo against Ruof
until ihoso "higher up" nro
stuck so his testimony will not
be that of a convict.
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muscle-building and blood-making foods
in the most favorable form for easy di-
gestion. The Pabst Eight-Day Malting Process
changes all the possible food-values of the
barley-grain into actual food-values.
Beer of Quality
Is the most nourishing of all beers because it is
rich in health-giving food and is made delicious
nnd appetizing by the flavor and aroma of the
The Pabst perfect method of Malting Brewing
Filtering and Sterilizing makes Pabst Blue Ribbon
Beer the perfect brew a pure liquid food which
strengthens and gives tone to the whole system.
Drink it for the health it gives for the palat-
able satisfying flavor found only in Pabst Blue
Ribbon Beer. You will enjoy a glass at or between
When ordering beer aslc for Pabst Blue Ribbon.
Made by Pabst at Milwaukee
And bottled only at the Drewery.
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For County Superintendent
G. C. WAMSLEY
We nro authorized to announce the
candidacy of G. C. Wnmsloy of Joff-
orBon Townhlp for the office of county
auporintendont of Public Instruction.
For Sale at a Bargain
Hoforo Juno 1 furniture and
fixturcH of Hotol Kirkpatrick
Good trade ostaHished Cull at
h-ifel on C struct. 100 18t d it w.
Thero will bo an ico croam eup
per three ralloa west of Anadar
!:o Friday ovening. Everybody
cordially invitod. -It
Tho Dept. Enoampment of the
O. A. R. will meet at Enid May
22-33-24. Round trip tickets
from Anadarko nro $3.00.
Tho members of tho G. A. R.
HoBt and tho Ltdios of tho G. A.
R. will start on the 11 o'clock
train May 21st.
Governor Frank Frantz will
doliver tho welcome.
Everybody is invited to go
Notice of Survey
To T. S. Widmaicr Sec. T. Dubler
and D. M. Salmon.
You arc hereby notified that Fred
Klrl Chas. II. Bnrrett and S. Jno.
Fauchcr owners of land in sections -1-9
twp. 10 R 12 have filed nn application
to have the subdivision corners and
boundaries of said section established.
Therefore by the authority vested in
me by law I will proceed on the 11 day
of Juno 1907 nt 12 o'clock p. m. to
survey said land nnd permanently
establish said corners and boundaries.
N. V. Cook
first pub 1G
last pub May 30
I will bo in Anadarko tomorrow
to make contracts or deed any
property by private Balo in tho
Bath Addition. Call at Bryan
V. L. Bath.
Al. ftutorprlatHt .ii.
. V(.::dl.u ".a correspondent eunti't
i-1 following tradesman's cart na
itxiwIiiK how tho modern Jnp nssimll
't:s Anieii'in niotnods: "Jewelry-
.n.ikoi A (Incut in towti Whisky-
boy. No. 17 Alolcho Itchomiv Show
Uils card 'o Jlnrlkahnmnn. Our shop
Ir best and olillRlng worker Unit zt
everybody known gad having article!
genuine Japr-iese Cryctnln nnd all
kinds of Curloa. Gold and silver plato
In electroplate or plain mendlni;. Carr.
Ing in Laid work own nnma on mono
grams or auj design accorr.nK to or-
ders we can work how much dllllcult
Job with lowest prices Insure ploas
try onc try. Don't forset namo
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NOTICE FOR DEMOCRATIC
The voters of Cnddo county
proposed Htato of Oklahoma will
take nuiioo that the Demooratic
Central Committee of the propos-
ed state of Oklahoma hns called
a primary election for tho pur-
pnee of nominating oandidateB
for tliH vwri )us statu offioers to
b voted for at the next general
election to bo held on Juno 8
1007 polls to bo opondd from 0
o'clock a. m. and to close at 0
o'clock p. m. on said' day. Said
election shall bo held at the fol-
lowing voting precincts in Baiu
Notice of Primary Election
The voters of tho 15th Judioial
Distriot of tho proposed state of
Oklahoma composed of tho
counties of Caddo Grady Step-
hens and Jefferson will take no-
tice that tho Demooratic Central
committeo of said distriot haB
called a primary election in tho
counties of said district for tho
purpose of nominating u candi-
date of tho demooratic party for
the offico of District Judge for
said district to bo voted tor at true
next general election; tho said
primary to b hold in tho several
counties of said district on the
8th day of June 1007. The polls
shall be oponed and closed at the
same hours as at tho primary
oleotion on tho eamo day for tho
nomination of oounty officers in
tho several counties of said dis-
triot and tho places of holding
said election and tbo judges and
clerks thereof in each precinct
of tho counties of said district
shall bo tho samo as has hereto-
fore been provided by ho
County Central Oommittoss for
tho holding of tho primary elec-
tion for tho nomination of county
officers apd roferenco is hereby
rnado to the calls of said respec
tive Central Committees for tho
nomination of county officers for
tho names of tho judgeB and
clerks of said oleotion and that
oart of said notioes is horoby
oiaae a part of this notice.
Said election shall bo held and
'conducted as tho law provides
and tho return thereof shall bo
made to tho Democratic Central
Committeo of said distriot at ten
o'clock u. m. on Tuesday tho 10th
day of Juno 1007.
G. W. Barefoot Chairman.
S. Hardy Seorotary.
Notice of Primary Election
Tho voters of the 15th Sena-
torial District of the proposed
state of Oklahoma composed of
tho Counties of Caddo and Grady
counties will tako notice that the
Democratic Central Committeo
of said distriot has called a
primary election in the Counties
of said district for the purpose of
nominating candidates of the
Democratic party for tho two
offices of stato sonators from said
distriot to be voted for at tho
next general election; the said
primary to be hold in tho several
counties of said district on the 8th
day of June 1007. Tho polls
shall bo opened and closed at the
same hours as at tho oleotion on
tho Bame day for tho nomination
of oounty officers in tho several
counties of said district and tho
tho places of holding said
oleotion and the judgesjand clerk
thereof in each precinot of the
counties of said district shall bo
the same as has heretofore beon
proided by tho County Central
Committeos for tho holding of tho
election for the nomination of
County offices and reference is
horeby mado tho to the call of
said Central Committes for tho
nomination of county officers for
tho namo of judges and clerks of
said oleotion and that part o
aid notices is hereby mado a
part of this notico.
Said elootion shall bo held and
oonducted as thB law provides
and the returns thereof shall be
mado to tho Domocratto Central
Committeo of said district at ton
'olook A. M.
f 10th day of Juno 1007.
G. V. Barefoot
H. R. Heundon
Inspector: Wee Salyrs; Jud-
ges W B AtohiHi.ii O 8 Milner;
clerks: John Cumnn A It izo-
moro. Vote at usuul viting
placo in fown of Hint'm.
Inepoctor: W W Uarkoyj jud-
ges: V E Dear James Bird;
clorks: Charles Vandoventor Ira
Gooafcllow. Voting placo usual
Inepoctor: J L Montgomery;
judges: D CCostello Clyde Dar-
nold; clerks: M D Nation N C
Clanthon. Vote nt Britton school
Inspector: Frank Carpenter;
judges: J T Sisco William
Chandler; clerks: Lee Arnold
Albert Heldorman Vote at Karn's
Inupeotor: H. F. Corder; jud-
ges: J Stookton Ed Phillippe;
clorks: R B Hardesty Hogan
Duiloy. Vote at Diehr school
S. CEMENT TOWNSHIP
Inspector: T C Gardner; jud-
ges: W R Swinney T O Mathes;
clerks :T Latimer Albert Mosier
Vote at Holding & Bailey's offico
town of Cement.
Inspeotor: M. E. West; judgeB
Peto Olbortz Fred D. Newton ;
J E Snyder K M Wilson. Vote
at Masonic Hall town of Hydro.
Inspeotor: O D MoCray; jud-
ges: Don Green William Rossor;
clerks: Ralph Wincholl Tom
Ray Vote at Carson's office
TONKA WA TOWNSHIP
Inspector: M Hester; judges:
Chris Sohlitt John Green ; clerks
Joo Alliflon W W McElhoney.
Vote at Tonkawn school house.
Inspector: S A Armstrong;
judges: John O Burgett Frank
Cottingham; clerks: PC Staoy
J Sheriff. Vote at Sohool House
WEST MCKINLEY TOWNSHIP
Inspector: L I Reed; judges;
M R Ford S E Stephens; clerks
W W Sires B Roed. Voto at
Wild Cat School house.
SOUTH COBB TOWNSHIP
Inspector: C W Van Eaton;
judges: John Campbell W A
Zumwalt; olorkr: Josoph Gumm
Marvin Cook. Voto at Red Sign
Restaurant lot 80 olook 10 Fort
SOUTH LATHRAM TOWNSHIP
Inspector: M. C. McCall; jud
ges: Dan W r'eery a li Brown;
cleriJs: Joo Holland WC -Morrison.
Voto at Dan W Peory's
PRAIRIE VALLEY TOWNSHIP
nspector: A Lislo; judges: J
H Biswell E E Davidson; olorks
E E Laooy E E Diokorson. Voto
at usual voting placo.
Inspector: A B Kennedy; jud-
ges: Andy Spoar Jako Swartz;
clerks: I F Fuller J S Bell. Voto
at Eubank's feed yard in town of
LCNE MOUND TOWNSHIP
Inspeotor : R M Howell ; judges :
I F Copley H C Weiffe; clerks:
F E Elting A B Gentry. Voto at
Prairio Dale school house dist
v CEDAR TOWNSHIP
Inspector: II E Lookhart;
judges: William Davis Domas
Morin: clerks: Frank Mills Wil-
ber Zoode. Vote at sohool house
dist No 141.
Inspeotor: J A Baker; judges:
on Tuesday thc'P S Lowry.W W.Rodgersjclorks:
W S Finley Geo Childs. Voto at
school houBo Graoomont.
Inspector: J W Holmes; jud-
ges: S E Tuoker John L Davis;
oln.ks: Thomas Riley N Mead-
ows. Vote at sohool house dist
EAST MCKINLEY TOWNSHIP
Inspector: William Dotrick;
judgt'n: Frank Soard Joo Con-
Icy; clerks: Carl Oelke William
Masterson. Voto at Methodist
hurch Kiowa Agency.
Inspector : J F Prowott; judges :
S M Wamsloy August Handke;
clerks: C E Bair II E Roberts.
Vote at UBual voting plaoe.
Inspector: W T Smith; judges:
John Rankler John Clinken-
beard; clerks; S E Thurmond
D A Smith. Vote at Prairie View
sohool house diet No 55.
Inspeotor: B L Long; judges:
Rober Hughes G B Ellis ; clerks :
T L Davenport Joseph Hemm-
ing. Voto at Residence of J S
Inspector: E T Mills; judges:
G A Williams J W Allen; olorka:
N E Paokard J F Wyatt. Voto
at school house distriot No 146
SWAN LAKE TOWNSHIP
Inspector: T J Warren; jud-
ges: W H Roid W H Clayton;
clerks: J D Williamson G K
Reinking. Vote at school house
district No. 01.
Inspector: RE Bentloy;
gos: Chas II Cheatham William
M Cook; clerks: James M Erwin
O b Beckett. Voto at school dist
LONE nOCK TOWNSHIP
Inspector: J E Beard; judges:
W M Gordon Henry Hernias;
clerks: Jbsr Dovinie. Vote at log
Inspeotor: w B Edwards; jud-
ges: PM Oswald J R Wilson;
olnrks: Ed Kell Ed Smith. Vole
at lot 13 blk 1 NvV division city
Mound Valley Twp.
Insrector:EM Kennedy; judg-
es: B F Hofer A A Martin;
clerk :FE Barrett GW Goodman.
Vote at Pleasant View School
house Dist. No 154.
Rusk Muce Linn;
Alford Sears Geo Nun-
Vote at Fairview sohoo
Inspectoral J" Dolaney; judges
B B Caddel. B R Morris; clerks:
J Hunter J M Berkley. Vote at
Alden P. O.
Inspeotor: G W Zimmerman;
judgoH:Charles Mogel.P R Kauf-
man; clerks: B B Cooper' J J
Kaufman. Voto at usual voting
Inspector: Tom R Richards;
judgeB: W B Dunlap J N Cur-
nutt; clerks: Ed Flms Carl
Oelke. Vote at office Missouri
Inspeotor :L W Tingley; judges
J H Harvey O M Topley jolerks:
J S John J L Ayers. Vote at
Inspector: F A Lane; judges:
Earnest Taylor William Shoen-
hoven; olorks: W S Freolin J E
White. Vote at lot 21 blook 35.
Inspector: R B Campbell;
judges: J W Williams L O Nic-
hols olorks; J W Priestly Jas
Ridgell Vote at lot 32 blook
Inspector: A L Moore judges;
N 8 Toothmer J A Morgan
clerks: S P Turner AugUB
Morgan. Voto at sohool house'
Dist. No 01.
Inspector: H H Marx judges
Geo Hochdeffer H J .Mason
clerks; Geo MoMahan.T B John
son. Voto at usual voting plaaef
Inspector J Hensloy juJges
H H Strain M L Tato; clerks
C M Carter R M Atkins. Vot
at school house Dist. No 00.
Inspector: P H Maeao ; jud
gos: Hiram Bulk and Josepfl
Meek; olerks: J J Chism Stev
Prio'e. Vote at usual placo. '
Inspector: J H Anderson; jud
gescTJ Robinson Hiram Mo
Daniels; clerks: Henr.- Worm
ington J B Hinos. Voto at Par
rish school house.
NORTH LATHRAM TOWNSHIP
Inspector: Tom Kotter; judges
John G Smith Honry Gibbs
uiutkb: joaepn Latnrop. vote of
UBual voting placo.
NORTH FERN TOWNSHIP
1V1I of the north half of Fer
township will voto at Lookebo.
Inspeotor: J N Christiun; jud
ges: Tom Wyriok Dr. Kinder
clerks: Tom Lockhart EMcKin
noy. Vote at offioo of Whit
NORTH WACONDA TOWNSHIP
All of tho north half of Wacon
da township will voto in tho tow
The above named persons ar
appointedas judges and clerks
tho severul voting precincts t
to hold said primary election an
make report to the County Demo
cratio Central Commitiee at Ana
darko at ten o'clock A. M. o
Monday Juno 10th 1007.
Dated this second day of Ma
J. B. Thompson
W. S. Chapnan Secretary
At a meeting of tho Democrati
Central Committeo of Cadd
county Oklahoma held in th
city of Anadarko Oklahom
Monday April 20th 1007 it wtJ
ordered by said Committee that
primary election oe neld in sai
county on Saturday June 8t)
1057 for the purpose of nomina
ing me louowing county am
township officers to be voted f
at tho election to bo hold c
Tuesday August 0th 1007
Two representatives treasure
county clerk legistor of deed
ehuriff county judge county al
tornoy clerk of district cour
county superintendent surveyo
coroner county weigher and oi
commissioner from each of tl
three commissioner distriots al
tho following township officers:
Trusteo clerk treasurer ju
tice of tho peace and censtab!
in each township and two justic
of the peace and two constabr
in the oity of Anadarko.
Tho said primary will also eld
ono committeeman from eat
township one from each ward
tno ciiy oi AnaaarKo and o
from tho town of Bridgeport.
Tho polls in tho seyoral voti
places shall be kept open from
o'clock a. m. to 0 o'olock p
on said day and tho said jud J
and clerks shall make report
tho Democratic County Cent!
Committee at Anadarko at i
o'clook a m. Monday Juno
Tho Central Committeo dos
nates the following voting pla
and inspectors judges and ole
in tho various voting precino
Dated UiisOthdayofMay lOi
W A. HCOTT Chairman.
Randall Livesay Sooret
BLANKES COFFEE pro
by tost tho best on earth or u
whore else Sold only by Ska
Bros. Phono 02. 0
store therefore we will sell gd
at greatly reduced prices
cash for tho ' next thirty (
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