The Daily Democrat. (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 169, Ed. 1, Thursday, August 8, 1907 Page: 3 of 4
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Platform Endorses Constitution
and Pledges Nominee to Vote
for Legislation Pro-
Thf iiotbiirti convention oom
poBcJ f '!i" c ni-i!ft f Caddo
Canaditn .nJ O jvelitd was
held in Ki Keno on Monday af-
ternoon. Tho session vta-i culled
to order by the territorial ooon-
miltoonun and W. E MdHn
ley of Cleveland oounly was so-
looted nt chairman ntl Clyde
Mathewn na secretary.
Comjnit'.ees were naffiTO nnd a
'brief recess takon. The oreden'
tials committer through ite chair-
man Mr Nieodemue reported
two counties- raprosented nil i a
delayed train was the cause f
the non -arrival of Cnddo'n d-d
ogation.A telephone ra 9age
announced tho Caddo delegates
doBired to vote f r Ben VH9.n
nnd it was decided to accept the
voto in thia manner The res-
olutions :ojimittee through ita
chairmin J )hn J. Carney sub-
twitted .1 rep-irt vhicl) waa adopt-
ed. Tho Report commended tho
constitution ior approval par-
ticularly tho initiative and ref-
erendum the oorporation and
taxation features and pledged
the nominee to support theee and
-all other constitutional provis-
ions with proper legislation.
Nominations being called for
Bon Wilson was named and waj
Roasts Medford People
Medford. Oltla Aug. 0. The I
occasional publication of a one-
shoot newspaper under the name
of "Moral Topic" is stirring tlie
peoplo of Medford and thus
far it ha? been impossible to lo-
cate the edit'ir. The shuet as a
rule attaoks persons and their
performances that have not met
with publio favor and while an
effort has beon made to lucato its
origin yot "Moral Topio"lia8
been a publio favorite thus far.
No attempt has beon made to
sond the paper through tho mail.
As a rule the people find thoui
on tho streets early in the morn-
ing being distributed during tho
The Board of county commis-
sioners met this 24th day of July
1907 at 11 o'olonka. m. president
C. C. Fisher ohairiniin Clyde
Leeoh and A. D Canon county
commisbioners and Fremont
Boyle County clerk.
Tho hearing of tho application
of Bort Lackey for liquor lioense
in tho town of cement vs J. D.
Davis et al remonstrators. The
applicant appearing in person
and by hiB attorneys Ballinger
& Liming. The proceedings : f
rial taken by L. U. Heflin
. Tho board took noon recess
unt'l 10 o'clock p. tn. The board
mot at 10 o'olook p. m. pursuant
to adjournment all members of
tho board present.
Board resumed hearing trial.
Tho Board adjourned at 0
o'clook p. m. until 8 o'clock p.m.
'The board met at 8 o'clock p.
m. all members of the board
present And resumed hearing
The board after hearing all the
evidence in tho case and the
arguments of oounoil.
Mr. Fisher chairman announc-
ed that tho Board would ronder
their deoieion July '25 1907 at
8 o'clock a. ra.
The board met July 25 1007 at
8 o'olook a. in. all member. of the
The board after hearing all tho
evidenoo in the case and being
fully advised in the premises.
On motion of Mr.Loeoh aeconded
by Mr. Kisher that .tho applica-
tion herein bo granted and that
a license issued to the said tiert
Where upon a vote wag taken
upon aaid motion as follow:
Fisher oyo Leeoh aye Canon
Tho board find 'Jut the notices
of tho applicant lma been duly
and legally published as required
bylaWj And that tno applioant
is a resident of ihu territory of
Oklahoma and r min.of respect-
able chtraoter ' and e'.tr.dir fc.
and that hia peti.ii. is hi rd by
thirty or moro of the resident tx
payer jf tho 2id ward town of
earner.'. Oklah ma territory.
It is therefore by tho u ard
considered oideted .iJ uoju.Jp;-
od. That the applicant Bort
Lacltey is ortitlod i a license as
prayd for in his applioi'iot and
petition. And the ounty clerk
is i.eruby orde.'tnl ij issuu A
license to the a aid Bert Laoky
upon his executing a good and
sufficient bod to the territory of
Oklahoma in the sum of two
thduaund dollars as provided by
law and piyraent into tho county
treasurery "f Caddo county Okla-
homa the sum of two hundred
dollars. And upon foment of
fees to tho county clerk ior issu-
ing said license
That tho cjata 'cade by the
plaintiff herein uxed at i
dollars bo taxed to tho plaintiff
and tho costs made by the de-
fendant taxed at S dollars
be paid by tho defendant. The
board further finds that the
Romonetratora have whelly tail-
ed to prove any of the ohnrgoa set
forth in their remonstrance on
A notice of appeal having oeon
served on the chairman of the
board it is hereby ordered that
I the issuance of tho license co
stayed for a periodof tenty days
in ordor to civethoromonstrators
an -opportunity to perfect their
appeal and if tho appeal is not
perfected to the district court
within twenty (20) dayB from the
25th day of July 1037 then tho
county clerk will issue a M hcenso.
to tho said Bert Lackey upon him
complying wit i tho law regulat-
ing tho issuanoe of liquor license
Tho official bond of S.J. Hurrte
treasurer of Hillobro township
presented and approved.
This being the day set by the
board to make tho levy for Iho
eneuirtg year thu board proceed-
ed to make the following levy :
Court fund 3h mills Salary
fund 4 mills Contingent fund 2
mills Poor & Insane fund IJ
millp Road fc Bridge fund 2
mills Judgment fund 2 mill's
Supply fund 1 mill 8eperato
sohool 2 mills Court House fund
1 mill Territorial fund 5'a milts.
Tho county clerk is hereby
ordered to place to the credit of
tho several funds the several
amounts raised by the levies on
equalized valuation of the county.
Court fund S0314 92
Salary " 10745 62
Contingent fund 5322 81
Poor & Insane fund 3902 11
Road & Bridge " 5322 81
Jundgment 5822 81
Supply fund 2661 40
Seporate Bohool fund 5322 81
Court House 2661 40
On motion board adjourned tc
meet august 8 1907 at 0 o'olook
C. C. Fisher
Attest Fremont Boyle
By L. N. Vedder Deputy
To Place Smelters In
Hobart Okia.Aug. 5 Timothy
Kilty of this plaoe has plaoed an
order for maohinery for installing
a mining smelter in the Wichita
mountains near Qutebo. Kilty
has several valuable mining
olaims in that vicinity and is
baoked by capitalists who wil)
put up tho funds necessary for a
complete test of ores that have
been founaT This will be tho
fourth omelter plaoed in tho
On Law to a Large and Appro-
ciatiqe Audience at the
Tho Opera Hou9o was woll filled
promptly at eight o'clock Sunday
evening to hear tho locturo given
on the greatest thoino ol tho day.
Tho Evangelist first took up
Blaoits'onog four divisions of law
and only in his enthusiastic way
ho prosented law in its real re-
lation to the people. Law ho
declared was never prohibitory
in any age time or place. It is
instead at least one or all of theeo
four things first it is Declaratory
Second it is Directors. Third it is
Remedial Fourth it is Vindioti-
tory . At this point tho Ninteonth
Pealm was woven in as both an
illustration and as evidenoo of
the fact stated. Prohibition is
wrongly namod as any law
cannot bo prohibitory but it
can declare our rights and en-
join the proper observation of
them. It is for us to declare our
rights and stand by them. Many
other good things wore said by
tho Evangelist which wero very
praotical for all whether profes-
sional men or not
The illustrated songs wer3 of
the finest kind and "Break tho
News to Mother" was very forc-
ibly sung by Mrs Beacb and the
combination of plottlros and mus-
ic brought tears to many eyes.
Tho Airdome instrument was
used giving perfect satisfaction.
Next Sunday night a leoturo on
"Tho Strongth of Unity" will bo
given to labor unions secrot or-
ders and insurance men.
Mrs. Bort Dietrioh who has
been very ill with typhoid fover
is reported much better.
Notice is hereby g'ven that I have
thte day filed with the county clerk of
Caddo county O. T. my application and
petition praving for liquor license to
soil at wholesale Vnalt upon lot 2 block
62 4th ward city of Anadarko O. T.
unless remonstrance or protest is filed
before the inspiration of two weeks
publicatien license will issue.
Witness my hand this Cth day of
Oklahoma Brokerage Co.
By E. B. Wilcox Mgr.
First pub. Aug. 8 last pub. Aug. 22.
Notice thereby Igiven that W. II.
Teany residing on tho north east quar-
ter of section No. 13 Township No.
5 north range No. 11 west I. M. in
Cnddo county Oklahoma Territory did
on the 15th day of June A. D. 1907
take up tho following estray. towit:
one dark brown mare pony about two
years old foretop clipped split in right
ear. That his postofilec address is
Apache R. F. D. No. 2 County of
Caddo Oklahoma Territory.
itr.CEftry lend thm JBlh day cf
July A. D. 1907.
Seal FREMONT BOYLE
OUR BEST ADVERTISEMENT
The Most Good Groceries For the Least Money.
DEAL HERE ONCE AND YOU WILL SEE
We advertise to put you-wise not to see our names in print.
NOT EVERYTHING TO EAT DOT
EVERYTHING G0O0 TO EAT
The Secret of Our Success
NOTHING CHEAP Bui G6e PRICE
Comanche's Big Carnival
For the past four yoars Com-
nnoho has boon dovoting three
days at about this timo of tho
yoar to a Carnival not a Street
Fair nor anything on that ordor
but a Carnival in itB fullest sonso.
This carnival is hold in their
beautiful City Park ono of tho
most beautiful natural parks in
the southwest' with plonty. of
shade and abundance of good
puro well water.
Tho entertainment always con-
sists of a numbor of tho most
sensation' n!j that are possible
to assomblo r such occasions' a
groat muny of thorn are paid for
nnd given by thu management
un free entertainment for tho
publio. Of course there are
alwayfi an abundanco of shows
and exhibitions that a small en-
trance fee is charged but there
is though entertainment free to
interest one all the time.
Some of the free exhibitions
for this year will be worth oom-
ing miles to see. Ono wherein
a lady euirts on a byoiols from
an elevation 40 feet high de-
scending to a small platform
where she loaps a 35 foot gap on
her byoicle landing on another
platform and from there down
another incline to tho ground. A
balloon ascension and paraohulo
leap high diying wire walking
and trapeze work nre only a few
of the stunts that will be put on
free to all this yoar. Tharo are
many other attractions wo might
mention but spaco forbids.
Six horse races will bo pulled
off each evoning. Somo of tho
faBtest horses in tho Southwest
aro now quartered at the raco
course ready for tho moot.
A baseball gamo each day be-
tween semi-professional teams
will also be one of the foaturos.
Reduced rates on all railroads
aro always had and it will pay
you to take a few days off and
Marriage licenses wero issued
Fd S. Van Brunt Waurika
Gerlrudo Hoskell Anadarko
T. J. Arthurs Lookeba
Mrs P. A. Nichols Lookeba
Severo Martinez (Mex.) Ft.
Viola Parkins (Mex) Ft. Cobb.
MrB. E. A. Clauson had a war-
rant sworn out today against
Arthur White who resides thirt-
een miloj south west of hero for
shooting a Durham Bull.
Among those who are cele-
brating at Hinton today are:
Judge Holding E. F. Baker H.
R. Herndon H. Mills A J. Per-
ry C. M. Foster Carl Ellison C
V. Liming C. B. Casp Jno.
Pfaff Sr. Frank Hefley E. B.
Widaman Misses Marjorie Gil-
lett. Roborta and Lucilo Green
MesdameB McCoy Baker Gass
Mills and Zuzak.
A Rare Opportunity
Is Hero Offered to the
Sick and Suffering
of our Community
Read Reflect and Act
carefully thoroughly accordingly
Cleveland Institute of Medi-
cine and Surgery
bejrally Chartered and Incorporated
will pay their first visit to
nnd will be it the
Friday August 9tK
TELL YOUR SICK FRIENDS
ONE DAY ONLY
9 A.M. to 7:30 P.M.
Tills Institute compoted of group
regularly graduated physicians anil sur.
?con licensed legally clustered mid in.
forpomted under the laws of the State
of Ohio sends at Its own expense these
eminent medical specialists In order to
Introduce the newest methods and dis-
coveries In medicine and surgery such as
the system of treatment under X ray
Violet ray I'lnten ray. Hydrotherapy
Etc. to give to those who call on the
above date consultation examination
advice and all medicines required to com-
plate it cure absolutely free Theee spe-
cialists will diagnose your case and glvo
ou the beneilt of their skill and medi-
Thero Is In this case no oxperlmantlng
or gueu work at jour oxpotmo. You will
le told whether you oan be cured or not.
If jour ease is curable they will put you
under treatment Immediately; if incura-
ble they will isl o you such advice as may
pialong your llfo. Tholr troatmont always
gives quick relief and ultimately positive-
ly cures. Delng prepared to copo with
each Individual case tho human system
Ij thoroughly cloamed'of the disease in
i natural nnd direct manner and im-
.ro8marit Is noticed nt once; even tho
vu.-ut cases nre treated without any In-
convenlsuco to the patient or tho pursu-
i.ig of ills or her dally vocation.
If you are improving- binder your family
1 hyticlan do not como and take up tholr
talualile timo as they absolutely rcfuso
to treat any one who Is under the care
cf the local physicians. They wish be-
Ides to glo each patient plenty of time
.nd their undivided attention but can
t.ot listen to long stories not pertaining
o your trouble. They have discarded tho
old methods and remedies uiod for nges
ly the mudlcnl world nnd which It
" Id be folly to depend upon any long-
i. for thoy are not known to euro a
0"U3ands die. depending on thorn for re-
lief. Tho following list of diseases only
sro tuken under treatment to-wlt: Dis-
eases of tho Nervous System llonrt Stom-
ach. I.ungs. Kidneys. Catarrh (purulent
cr dry). Consumption Kpllcpsy Dcaf-
ross. Dlsoasos of Women Tumors
l'seu'do Cancers. I'lles of n Chronlo Na-
turo only. They ttout Deafness by an
entirely new method and hearing In
nnny oases In restored at once Catarrh
In all its varied forms. Ilko other diseases
1. otce taken under treatment aro cured
rormanently to romaln so nnd to never
return It matters not whom you havo
f-cen or with whom treated do not fall
1 3 call as a visit will cost you nothing
end may restoro you to health or even
'ao or prolong your life ns thousands
of persons will testify by unassailable
testimonials in all parts of the country.
I' you suspect Kidney Trouble bring a
two ounce bottle of your Urine for chem-
I'al and microscopical analysis.
HUMKMBCR; The "freo offer Is during
this lslt only and will not bo repeated.
Persons commencing treatment upon
their futuro lslts vlll be required to
t ! . but not ono cont will be asked from
tnose commencing treatment during
this lslt for any medicine necessary to
effect a cure; Irrespective of your posi-
tion In life or tho number of those who
cme on above date. Whcnsovcr or by
whom wanted a positive guarantee U
cure will bo given under their system of
t-oatment. Those having long standing
i ml complicated diseases who have failed
to got well and become discouraged aro
particularly Invited to call.
NOTICE: Married ladies without
their HUSBANDS nnd minors without
their FATHERS will positively not bo
admitted to consultation unless nccom-
Kinled by ono of their local physicians.
Offlco Hours- 9 A. M. to 7 30 P. M.
rON'T ronacr the date.
Friday August 9th
One Day Only
Two Year Old Child of Lou
Grdoil Run Over By Train
At Mt. Tifw
Tho little two your old dsuehtor
of Louis Gordon of Mt. Vlovr.
wns insinntly killed yoBtordny
ovoning by tho 0:16 train wit-
pullod out from Mt. View.
Tho child's parent live nosr
tho railroad riglit-of wRy.und the
ohild va8 plnying en traok. The
oigineer did not th ohild io
timo to stop the train but hobiaw
tho whistle. Tho child boaring;
the whistle ntarted up but dt
not Rot out of the way in time.
Tho front part of the engine
Btrucl; the ohild on tho left temple
and killed her instantly.
To Pay Big Fine at the Ex
pense of Producers and
MuBkojee I. T. Aug. 0 Oil
produouru in tho raid-continent--field
seo nothing but the proe-
poot of a reduction in tho price
of orudo oil as n result of the un-
precedented fines impoeod upon
tho Stnndard Oil company.
Tho Standard absolutely con-
trols tho price of tho oil of tho
mid-oontinent field. A reduc-
tion of a cent a barrel on the-
crude moans S2000 a day to the
Standard. For every cont that
tho prico of crude oil is reduced
tho Standard io $2000 a day
ahead and thero is no reason why-
this item should not bo made.
S10.000 or 820000 a day. This
is tho way ono producer put tho
matter today and tl.cn are hun-
dreds of others who are of the
samo opinion. Oil ia now selling
at 41 oonte a barrel and thf
Standard could got all it. can
handlo in this field at 30 oenta
just as woll as it can at 41.
Notioo was served a short .time
ago that the prico on ull refined
products would bo advanotd ten
por cent within 30 days. Thero is.
no reaeon why a similar 'out
should not bo made at tho othor
end of tho deal. Tho Texas and
tho Gulf pipe lines would wel-
oomo a reduction but thoy aro
not now largo purchasers of oil
bocauco thoy have not ooroploted
their pipe lines. The producers
aro expooting an announcement
of a roduotion in tho price of
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Widaman
entertained tho faoulty of tho
. Normal last night. Tho evening
Was Bpont in conversation and
somo excellent musical numbers
Shcrbrt and oake wero served
and a most delightful evening
was spent. Thoso present were
MisBes May Overstreet Fernan-
das Widaman Mr. and MisB
Youngblood and Messrs Butcher
Blind Merchant to
Introduce a blind
Nominee for office
Edmond Okla. Aug.4J. Wilh
Joeoph Slack a blind merohant
of this city to introduoo T. P.
Gore the blind nominee for
United States senator a farm-
ers' barbeouo and domooratio
rally will be hold in this city
Thursday August 8. Prepara-
tions aro being made for the
largest crowd ever assembled in
C. N. Ha kelldemocratio nora-
meo forjjovernor and tho nom-
inees for county offioors will
somploto the program. It is ex-
)ected that a largo delegation
'rom Oklahoma City will attend
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Herndon, H. R. The Daily Democrat. (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 169, Ed. 1, Thursday, August 8, 1907, newspaper, August 8, 1907; Anadarko, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc81558/m1/3/: accessed December 16, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.